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On study of Wet-dry changes in the borderland of Shaanxi... (Dec 13, 2009)
A research group, DAI Junhu, GE Quansheng, XIAO Shufang etc., a paper of publication, Wet-dry changes in the borderland of Shaanxi, Gansu and Ningxia from 1208 to 1369 based on historical records. Science in China Press 2009.
  By using moisture index ...
Environmental Biogeochemical Process and Mechanisms of Ph... (Aug 22, 2009)
The core project, Environmental Biogeochemical Process and Mechanisms of Phytoremediation in Heavy Metal Polluted Field, sponsored by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) was charged by Prof. Chen Tongbin, director of Center for Environmental...
Decision Support Systems for China's Agricultural Policy ... (May 11, 2009)
The overall goal of the research program,Decision Support Systems for China’s Agricultural Policy Analysis and Sustainable Development led by Prof. Jukun Huang of CCAP, IGSNRR, is to establish a model-based system for analyzing the impacts of agricultural...
2008 Annual Research Progress: Spatiotemporal Patterns of... (Mar 25, 2009)
The program of Spatiotemporal Patterns of Environmental Changes in China during the Past 2000 Years supported by the Ecological and Environmental Sciences Innovation Base, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), includes five projects. They are “East Asian Mons...
1:1,000,000 Geomorphologic Atlas of China to be Released (Feb 26, 2009)
A full set of 1:1, 000, 000 Geomorphologic maps of China was completed recently and will be published soon, according to the news released by State Key Laboratory of Resource and Environmental Information System at the Institute of Geographical Sciences and...
Advances on study of eco-physiological mechanism and mode... (Jan 13, 2009)
Carbon and water cycles, as the two fundamental ecological processes, are critically important for global change studies. However, in coupling the two processes, few previous efforts are found to base their assumptions on the plant eco-physiology. With the ...
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