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A New Study on the Use of Fences for Grazing Exclusion on... (Jun 12, 2020)

  The use of fences for grazing exclusion is a key element of the policy initiative being implemented by the Chinese government to rehabilitate degraded grasslands on the Tibetan Plateau (TP) and elsewhere. Much of the existing research has a limited und...
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Study Reveals a Comprehensive Picture of the Vegetation a... (May 8, 2020)

  The Tibetan Plateau has long been a focus of geoscientific studies because of its importance in global tectonics and Asian and global climate change across a wide range of timescales. However, little is known of its environmental history through the Qu...
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Researchers Assess the Effects of Restoration Approaches ... (Apr 28, 2020)

  The evaluation of ecological technology based on major function-oriented zones (MFOZs) can provide a scientific basis for carrying out ecological governance and for proposing a coordinated development scheme for the ecological industry.
  Prof. ZHEN ...
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A New Study Considers the Impact of Different Future Land... (Apr 2, 2020)

  The condition of the ecosystem in the Three-River-Source region has a great deal of influence on the basins of the Yellow River, the Yangtze River and the Lancang (Mekong) River. A research team at the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resou...
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Researchers Find Large Spatial Variations in Forest Water... (Mar 3, 2020)

  Under a scenario of global climate change and terrestrial water storage depletion, forest water retention, including the interception and storage of precipitation, regulation of runoff and purification of water, has become a focus of studies on ecosyst...
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Does Climate Change or Human Activity Dominate Alpine Gra... (Jan 16, 2020)

  Both climatic change and human activities significantly influence carbon cycling, and ecosystem structure and function in terrestrial ecosystems. Quantifying the relative contributions of these two factors to ecosystem conditions is a great challenge. ...
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