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Rural Land-Use Change and Its Impact on Building New Coun... (Jun 29, 2010)
With the accelerated urbanization and industrialization of China, the change of farmland and rural settlements, the two most important land-use types depicting rural development, brings about obvious impact on rural sustainability and the implementation of ...
Series Studies on Agricultural Geography and Rural Develo... (Jun 28, 2010)
The innovative research team in the field of agricultural geography and rural development of Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research (IGSNRR), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), carried out fruitful research work basing on the projec...
A Distributed Water Quantity-Water Quality Model Coupling... (Jun 10, 2010)
Huai River Basin is a unique area owning the largest population density, frequent water disasters, and most serious water pollution in China. Currently, more than 11,000 dams and sluices have been constructed to control flood and relieve drought. The dams a...
Progress of the Research Methodologies on the Temporal an... (Jun 2, 2010)
After one decade of development, the methods to explore the temporal and spatial process of Land Use and Land Cover Change (LUCC) have been improved greatly, and a methodology framework used to study the temporal and spatial process is being developed. The ...
Impact of Future Cimate Change on Terrestrial Ecosystems ... (May 25, 2010)
Dangerous climate change level on terrestrial ecosystems was so complicated that there were inconsistent conclusions and disputations about the impacts on natural ecosystems under varied warmer levels.
  Researchers of Institute of Geographic Sciences and...
Study of the “Corridor-Barrier” Effect in Longitudinal ... (May 21, 2010)
Regional differentiation of natural elements is one of the most important research directions of integrative research of physical geography. The longitudinal mountains and valleys in southwestern China serve significant “corridor-barrier” function to the ...
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