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Inversion of Missing Satellite Aerosol Parameters and Spa... (Jan 11, 2021)

  Although remote sensing provides useful data products for global monitoring of air pollutants, the extensive non-random missingness due to cloud contamination or high surface reflectance severely limits their applicability. As a critical traffic-relate...
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Proper Methods to Estimate the Fraction of Absorbed Photo... (Dec 22, 2020)

  The fraction of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) absorbed by green elements (fAPAR) is an essential climate variable in quantifying canopy absorbed PAR and gross and net primary production. Continuous and accurate measurement of the fAPAR is t...
Researchers Isolate the Responses of Crop Yield and Produ... (Sep 4, 2020)

  In recent decades, climate disasters have disrupted food production and caused yield losses; these disasters have threatened food security at both local and global scales. Quantitative identification of the impacts of climate disasters on crop yields a...
Study Reveals Diversity-decomposition Relationships acros... (Aug 20, 2020)

  Forests harbor the largest biodiversity among terrestrial ecosystems and mediate biosphere-atmosphere carbon (C) dynamics via primary productivity and decomposition. The biodiversity of organisms involved in C and nutrient cycling can modify these ecos...
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Researchers Predict Three Comprehensive Benefit Levels of... (Aug 18, 2020)

  The establishment of well-facilitated farmland in recent years has played a key role in addressing the issues of land fragmentation and food security in China. The research on comprehensive benefit evaluation and its spatial simulation for well-facilit...
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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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