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North HuoYenShan Seacoast
Taiwan

東北角豐富的地景資源處處驚奇,回顧地球億萬年來的地質演變,東北角海岸可以說是臺灣的縮影,它從華南邊上的一片陸地下沈成海,再從海底被擠上高山,這一段滄海桑田的演變歷史,刻劃在龍洞岬古老堅硬的四稜砂岩中,也紀錄在鼻頭角沈積的地層上。

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Copyright: Tim8809
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上传: 08/05/2012
更新: 25/09/2014
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