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Advances on flux measurement and research in terrestrial ... (Apr 23, 2008)
In past decades, flux measurement in terrestrial ecosystem is a key method to obtain data about carbon cycling and budget of ecosystem. The eddy covariance technique has been regarded as an important revolution in flux measurement and research of terrestria...
Spatial-temporal Patterns of Environmental Changes in Chi... (Mar 18, 2008)
The project of “Spatial-temporal Patterns of Environmental Changes in China during the Past 2000 Years” is supported by “Global Changes and their Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation” in the Ecological and Environmental Sciences Innovation Base, Chinese A...
Studies on Urbanization Process and Eco-Environmental Eff... (Mar 10, 2008)

  With the rapid urbanization throughout the world, urbanization has become a real or potential threat to eco-environment. How to harmonize the relationship between urbanization process and eco-environment has become one of the strategic problems for the...
Some progresses on historical precipitation reconstructions (Jan 23, 2008)
With the global warming, ENSO events and extreme climate events increasing, scientists from different countries are paying more attentions to research on precipitation reconstruction with high time resolution and long term drought events. They are aiming at...
Advances on flux measurement and research in terrestrial ... (Jan 15, 2008)
Flux measurement and research in terrestrial ecosystem is a key method to obtain data about carbon cycling and budget of ecosystem. It is not only a scientific requirement of global change study, but also a political requirement for each country to carry ou...
Integrated Ecosystem Assessment of Three-River Headwaters... (Nov 16, 2007)
Executive: Shao Quanqin(Team leader), Fan Jiangwen(Deputy Team Leader), Liu Jiyuan (Project Chief Scientist)
  Abstract:
  The "Three-River Headwaters" Region also known as China′s "Watertower", is located in the world topmost plateau where assembles t...
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