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Scientists Discover the Imprint of Flow Directions in Mea... (Nov 12, 2019)

  Meandering rivers are common, esthetically pleasing, and of engineering and ecological importance. The bends of alluvial meandering rivers often double back on themselves, showing skewing. This skewing may be directed upstream or downstream. How skewin...
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Researchers Reveal Remarkable Uncertainties in Current Gl... (Nov 4, 2019)

  Leaf Area Index (LAI) indicates the amount of live green leaf above ground surface. Many agro-meteorology, atmospheric general circulation, and biogeochemical models rely on LAI to parameterize the vegetation interactions with the atmosphere. A series ...
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IGSNRR Releases a New Global 500 m Vegetation Clumping In... (Aug 26, 2019)

  Canopy clumping index (CI) indicates the degree to which foliage deviates from the random distribution and is a critical canopy structural variable used in many ecosystem process models. CI has frequently been used for leaf area index (LAI) mapping, an...
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Researchers Find Water Availability Determines Carbon Upt... (Aug 22, 2019)

  Increasing atmospheric CO2 concentration is the leading cause of greenhouse effects and global warming. Notably, rapid climate warming can, in turn, either increase or decrease land carbon uptake, leading to negative or positive carbon cycle-climate ch...
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Scientists Develop a New Tool to Simulate the Process of ... (Jul 11, 2019)

  The research on how best to coordinate the relationship between urbanization and eco-environment and promote regional sustainable development is a very important concern in the field. Previous studies mainly focused on empirical observation of the inte...
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Nitrogen Deposition in China Has Stabilized over the Past... (May 21, 2019)

  China is one of the three regions with the highest N (Nitrogen) deposition in the world. Better understanding of the spatio-temporal pattern of N deposition is critical for environmental management and policy development.
  Prof. YU Guirui at Institu...
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