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Researchers Evaluate Urban-rural Human Settlements in Chi... (Nov 9, 2022)
The improvement of human settlements is an important goal of the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development, which has also attracted wide attention from the Chinese government and scholars. However, previous studies on human settlements often separated ur...
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Researchers Upgrade the International Nomenclature of Lan... (Sep 9, 2022)

  A common nomenclature of landslide geometry is the basis for describing and understanding landslides. A landslide is defined as the movement of a mass of rock, debris, or earth down a slope – a phenomenon in 3D space.
  However, in the current inter...
New Study Finds Different Trends in Water Use Efficiency ... (Jul 28, 2022)

  About two thirds of Tibetan Plateau (TP) is covered by alpine grassland, which includes two primary ecosystem types, alpine meadow in the east and alpine steppe in the west. The unique environmental condition and plant communities make Tibetan alpine g...
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Future Unbalanced-trends of Grain Supply and Demand on th... (Jul 27, 2022)

  The Tibetan Plateau (TP) is an “ecological security barrier” for China, and the balance of grain supply and demand, and the high-quality development of agriculture and animal husbandry within this region are related to the security of the frontier an...
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Researchers Propose Adaptive Approaches for the Advance o... (Jul 13, 2022)

  The countries along the Belt and Road (B&R) are characterized by fragile ecosystems and underdevelopment economy. How to achieve the win-win goals of economic development and eco-environmental protection is the primary concern of building the Green Sil...
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Small Fish Teeth Contain Great Value Information for Rare... (Jun 27, 2022)

  Investigating potential rare earth element (REE) resources and exploring feasible deposits have facing significant challenges.
  As well known, fish teeth as potential proxies from deep-sea sediments are the most REE-rich materials in the world. Howe...
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