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Differentiation of Soil Conditions over Low Relief Areas ... (Oct 21, 2010)
In many areas, such as plains and gently undulating terrain, easy-to-measure soil-forming factors such as landform and vegetation cannot be effectively used in digital soil mapping. A challenging problem is how to develop a new environmental variable that c...
Prediction of soil properties using fuzzy membership values (Oct 20, 2010)
Detailed information on the spatial variation of soils is desirable for many agricultural and environmental applications. Prof. ZHU A-Xing, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research (IGSNRR) and his group explored three approaches that...
Development Potentials and Policy Options of Biomass in C... (Oct 13, 2010)
As China becomes one of the world’s biggest energy consumer and CO2 emitter, contrarily implies that there is a huge potential and an urgent need for China to promote the development of renewable and no-conventional energy. Right now, China already has a v...
Series Studies on Time Stability of Soil Moisture Publish... (Sep 29, 2010)
Soil moisture varies in space and in time. However, a large number of studies have observed a time invariance of the spatial pattern of these variables under various soil and climate conditions. This phenomenon was termed as time stability or temporal stabi...
Evaluation of Crop Nitrogen Status Using Hyperspectral Re... (Sep 2, 2010)
As environment pollution concerns, crop variable nitrogen (N) management in agriculture has been a critical topic in modern scientific world. For variable N management, crop N diagnosis is the core issue. Many parameters were suggested for indicating crop N...
Spatiotemporal Pattern of Soil Respiration of Terrestrial... (Aug 31, 2010)
Soil respiration is a major process of carbon dioxide emission from terrestrial ecosystems to atmosphere. Thus, quantifying the spatiotemporal pattern of soil respiration (Rs) at the regional or continental scale is critical to establish an experimental and...
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