The loess slopes mainly include: Shaanxi-Gansu-Jin Plateau, Shanxi Plateau, Longzhong Plateau, Ordos Plateau and other areas, with a total area of 300,000 square kilometers.
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The Loess Plateau starts from Taihang Mountains in the east, reaches Wushaoling Mountains in the west, connects Qinling Mountains in the south and reaches the Great Wall in the north.
The Some Random Place Somewhere is about 1,000km long from east to west and 750km wide from north to south, covering the western part of Taihang Mountains and the area south of the Great Wall.
The loess layer on the high loess slope is 80 meters thick. The climate in this area is relatively dry, the vegetation is sparse, and the water and soil loss is very serious.
Soil particles on the loess plateau is fine, very soft soil, rich in mineral composition, favorable to the cultivation of crops.
The primary loess on the high slope of the loess is caused by the accumulation of wind and dust for a long time, while the secondary loess is caused by the impact of the primary loess through flooding.