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Information on Spatial Gradation of Slope Positions Aids ... (Jan 10, 2012)
Spatial transitions between slope positions (e.g., shoulder slope, back slope) are often gradual, which reflects the integrative effect and transitional nature of earth surface processes over a slope. Quantification of these transitions (or spatial gradatio...
Method of Automatic Extraction of Lunar Impact Craters fr... (Dec 20, 2011)
The Chang’E-1 orbiter, China’s first lunar probe, obtained a large amount of lunar data, especially the global image of the moon. The distribution characteristics of the impact craters can provide a large amount of information on impact history and the lu...
Hyperaccumulation Mechanisms Improve Phytoremediation App... (Nov 21, 2011)
The arsenic (As) hyperaccumulation ability of Pteris vittata has been widely used in the remediation of As-contaminated soils in Southern China. The hyperaccumulation mechanisms of P. vittata are still poor understand. The reduction of As (V) to As(III) and...
Comparisons of Precipitation Isotope Characteristics Reve... (Nov 3, 2011)
The systematic analysis of isotopes in precipitation provides basic data for the use of isotope-specific tools in hydrological and meteorological investigations. The Global Network of Isotopes in Precipitation (GNIP) observation project, initiated by the In...
High Anemia Prevalence among Rural Primary School in West... (Nov 2, 2011)
Although the past few decades have seen rising incomes and increased government attention to rural development, many children in poor rural China still lack regular access to micronutrient-rich diets. Insufficient diets and poor nutritional knowledge among ...
Improving Water Productivity and Agri-Environment Sustain... (Oct 17, 2011)
Irrigated agriculture is the largest user of freshwater worldwide and can sometimes be over 90% of national utilization. The scale of irrigated agriculture is so large that it can have dramatic effects on the water cycle and even alter regional climates. Th...
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