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Nitrogen Deposition in China Has Stabilized over the Past... (May 21, 2019)

  China is one of the three regions with the highest N (Nitrogen) deposition in the world. Better understanding of the spatio-temporal pattern of N deposition is critical for environmental management and policy development.
  Prof. YU Guirui at Institu...
High Resolution Rice Maps for NE May Help Boost Production (May 6, 2019)

  Mapping and monitoring of paddy cultivation areas is essential for making effective targeting strategies for the spread of new technologies, sustainable crop management and diversification options among rice growing farmers.
  Recently scientists hav...
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Researchers Reveal the Spatial Relationship between High-... (Apr 29, 2019)

  Transportation is an important driving factor in land use change. Most research focuses on the relationship between land use and transportation systems within a single city. There are few studies of regionally integrated transportation systems and over...
Inclusion of a crop model in a climate model (Apr 9, 2019)

  Crop models are parameterization schemes that simulate the processes of crop development and production. Their inclusion in climate models can promote the simulation ability of climate models, according to Dr. ZOU Jing at the Institute of Oceanographic...
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How to Calculate the CO2 Emission Factors of Cement Indus... (Mar 5, 2019)

  Cement industry is one of the largest anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO2) emitters. China is the biggest cement producer in the world. Therefore it is essential to accurately calculate the CO2 emission amounts. The calculation of CO2 emission amount is ...
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Researches Find Contrasting Responses of Autumn-leaf Sene... (Nov 27, 2018)

  Plant phenology has been intensively studied because it is closed related with interannual variability of carbon captured by terrestrial ecosystems.
  Prof. WU Chaoyang’s team at The Key Laboratory of Land Surface Pattern and Simulation, Institute o...
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