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Researchers Find Large Spatial Variations in Forest Water... (Mar 3, 2020)

  Under a scenario of global climate change and terrestrial water storage depletion, forest water retention, including the interception and storage of precipitation, regulation of runoff and purification of water, has become a focus of studies on ecosyst...
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Does Climate Change or Human Activity Dominate Alpine Gra... (Jan 16, 2020)

  Both climatic change and human activities significantly influence carbon cycling, and ecosystem structure and function in terrestrial ecosystems. Quantifying the relative contributions of these two factors to ecosystem conditions is a great challenge. ...
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Researchers Estimate Distribution of Hotspots for Deserti... (Jan 13, 2020)

  According to the latest Bulletin on Desertification in China, desertification land in China accounts for 27.20% of the country’s total land area. Therefore, determining the status of desertification research in China is a top priority.
  Associate P...
China's Inland Surface Water Quality Significantly Improves (Jan 4, 2020)

  A new study shows that China’s inland surface water quality improved significantly from 2003-2017, coinciding with major efforts beginning in 2001 to reduce water pollution in the country.
  The research was conducted by a team led by Profs. MA Ting...
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Researchers Reveal the Impact of Greening and Warming to ... (Dec 19, 2019)

  An accurate quantification of the ratio of transpiration to total terrestrial evapotranspiration (T/ET) is indispensable in the estimation of land water flux, which in turn can provide a deeper insight into the global interactions between the atmospher...
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Scientists Discover the Imprint of Flow Directions in Mea... (Nov 12, 2019)

  Meandering rivers are common, esthetically pleasing, and of engineering and ecological importance. The bends of alluvial meandering rivers often double back on themselves, showing skewing. This skewing may be directed upstream or downstream. How skewin...
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