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Study Shows Spatiotemporal Dynamics of the Chinese Vegeta... (Jun 8, 2018)

  Net primary production (NPP) is an important ecological indicator for the terrestrial ecosystem carbon budget which corresponds to the amount of organic matter produced by photosynthesis per unit of time and area, minus autotrophic respiration of veg...
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Researchers Propose Multiscale Adaptive Sparse Representa... (May 18, 2018)

  Reconstructing missing Remote Sensing(RS) information caused by poor atmospheric conditions and defective sensors may improve the availability of RS data. Prof. YANG Xiaomei’s team at Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research of ...
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Global Vegetation Clumping Index Products (8-day, 500 m) ... (May 14, 2018)

  The spatial distribution of vegetation foliage greatly affects the estimation of gross primary productivity (GPP) and evapotranspiration (ET) from various ecosystem and land surface models. Canopy clumping index (CI), a proxy of foliage spatial distrib...
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Research Displays the Geographical Environment for Food S... (Apr 10, 2018)

  Food safety is a critical issue in China and has attracted much attention from the government and the society.
  Prof. WANG Wuyi’s group at the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research (IGSNRR), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CA...
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Theory Suggests Root Efficiency, Independence Drove Globa... (Mar 16, 2018)

  Source:Princeton University
  Summary:
  Researchers suggest that plants spread worldwide thanks to root adaptations that allowed them to become more efficient and independent. As plant species spread, roots became thinner so they could more effici...
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CAS Researchers Reveal Relationship between Canopy Leaf A... (Feb 24, 2018)

  The leaf area index (LAI) indicates the amount of leaf area per unit of ground area and the clumping index (CI) describes the spatial distribution of leaves in the canopy.
  When leaves are randomly distributed, the CI equals to 1.0. When leaves are...
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