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Datudingzi Mountain

Datudingzi Mountain
Highest point
Elevation1,690 m (5,540 ft)[1]
Coordinates44°30′05″N 128°14′11″E / 44.5014751°N 128.2364024°E / 44.5014751; 128.2364024
LocationHarbin, Heilongjiang

Datudingzi Mountain or Datudingzi Shan[2] (simplified Chinese: 大秃顶子山; traditional Chinese: 大禿頂子山; pinyin: Dà tūdǐng zi shān), also known as Mount Datudingzi, [3] abbreviated as "Mt. Datudingzi",[4] is the highest point of Heilongjiang province, located about 170 kilometers southeast of Wuchang County, [5] Harbin City, Heilongjiang Province.

Datudingzi Mountain is one of the peaks in Zhangguangcai Range (张广才岭), [6] and is also the highest mountain in Heilongjiang Province,[7] with the main peak of 1690 meters[8] above sea level.[9]

Natural geography

Datudingzi Mountain is located on the southeast slope of the Zhangguangcai Range.[10] The plant growing period in this area is 120 to 140 days, the annual precipitation is 500 to 1,000 millimetres (20 to 39 in), the average annual temperature is 2.7 °C or 36.9 °F, and the snow accumulation period in winter is 130-150 days.[11]


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  2. ^ Reader's Digest (2005). China - Its Most Scenic Places: A Photographic Journey Through 50 of Its Most Unspoiled Villages and Towns. Reader's Digest Association. pp. 13–. ISBN 978-0-7621-0620-2.
  3. ^ Rongxing Guo; Hao Gui; Luc Changlei Guo (27 April 2015). Multiregional Economic Development in China. Springer. pp. 58–. ISBN 978-3-662-46620-9.
  4. ^ Wang, Xiangping; Fang, Jingyun; Sanders, Nathan J.; White, Peter S.; Tang, Zhiyao (2009-11-23). "Relative importance of climate vs local factors in shaping theregional patterns of forest plant richness across northeast China". Wiley Online Library. Vol. 32. pp. 133–142. doi:10.1111/j.1600-0587.2008.05507.x.
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  6. ^ Li Xingsheng (2000). A Collection of Chinese Refugee History and Refugee Culture. Heilongjiang People's Publishing House. pp. 9–. ISBN 978-7-207-04956-8.
  7. ^ "Representing Harbin's 70 symbols, Harbin people may not know". 2017-09-10.
  8. ^ Rongxing Guo (21 January 2013). Regional China: A Business and Economic Handbook. Springer. pp. 120–. ISBN 978-1-137-28767-0.
  9. ^ Chinese Encyclopedia Dictionary. Encyclopedia of China Publishing House. 1999. pp. 6733–. ISBN 978-7-5000-6212-7.
  10. ^ Chinese National Geographic Encyclopedia: Inner Mongolia, Liaoning, Jilin, Heilongjiang, Shanghai, Jiangsu. Northern Women's and Children Publishing House. 2003. pp. 61–. ISBN 978-7-5385-2093-4.
  11. ^ "Changes in soil-microbe-exoenzyme C:N:P stoichiometry along an altitudinal gradient in Mt. Datudingzi, Northeast China". Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology. 2019-09-16.
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