Jehol


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Jehol:

see ReheRehe
or Jehol
, former province (c.44,000 sq mi/114,000 sq km), NE China. Chengde was the capital. In 1955, Rehe was divided between the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region and the provinces of Hebei and Liaoning.
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Jehol

1. a former province of NE China, north of the Great Wall: divided among Hebei, Liaoning, and Inner Mongolia in 1956. Area: 192 380 sq. km (74 278 sq. miles)
2. a region of NE China, in Hebei and Liaoning provinces: mountainous
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Over the past 20 years, direct evidence of trophic interactions in the Jehol Biota has slowly accumulated.
The fossil of the microraptor and its last meal are now helping scientists get a better understanding of the ancient Jehol food web, particularly what ate what in the prehistoric world. 
According to a news release from the French Embassy, the actions of March and Bachmeyer made a significant impact on protecting the lives of the members of the "Jehol" unit.
Seven Hedin, author of several travel books about Central Asia, including Across The Gobi Desert, Jehol: City of Emperors and Riddles of the Gobi Desert, had, when young, read "the accounts of the immortal Marco Polo," devoured "Abbe Huc's and Prshevalsky's descriptions of journeys in Tibet," and "dreamed about the opportunity of seeing that country" (A Conquest of Tibet 12).
(2004): The first fossil soft-shell eggs with embryos from Late Mesozoic Jehol Biota of western Liaoning, China.
(2008) described more material, collected mainly from Yanliao Biota and Jehol Biota during the last two decades.
Evolutionary radiation of the Jehol Biota: chronological and ecological perspectives.
In 1931-3, Japan took over China's Manchurian provinces and Jehol to create its puppet state of Manchukuo.
With these fossils, paleontologists have pieced together an ancient forest ecosystem called the Jehol (JEE-hole) Forest.
The action picks up with the royal family's infamous flight to Jehol to escape the barbarian (British, French, and Russian) invasion of Peking and Orchid's rescue from being sealed into her dead husband's tomb by the man who will later become her political ally and rumored lover.
By the end of 1898 he was in China, where he'd taken a job as chief engineer for the Chinese Bureau of Mines in the northern provinces of Chihli and Jehol. At the same time, he served as Bewick, Moreing's chief representative in the region.
Geoff Wragg is relieved when Jehol (Paul Eddery) lands the mile-and-a-half maiden at York for the trainer's first success in 37 days.