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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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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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