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Warm Periods in the 20th Century are not Unprecedented du... (Aug 8, 2017)

  A great deal of evidence relating to ancient climate variation is preserved in proxy data such as tree rings, lake sediments, ice cores, stalagmites, corals and historical documents, and these sources carry great significance in evaluating the 20th cen...
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Scientists Reveal Two significant warming intervals in so... (Jul 7, 2017)

  Regular meteorological observations in most of China only started in the 1950s, meaning it is therefore necessary to reconstruct regional temperature series from high-resolution temperature proxies to compensate for the deficiency.
  Scientists from ...
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The Coupling Relationship between Urbanization and the Ec... (Jun 20, 2017)

  Schematic diagram to show the relationships between local coupling and telecoupling encompassing urbanization and eco-environmental elements(Image by FANG CL)
  The Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei urban agglomeration will be constructed as one of the largest u...
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Researchers Establish a New EcoCity Model to Provide Effi... (Jun 5, 2017)

  Urban land-use/cover changes and their effects on the eco-environment have long been an active research topic in the urbanization fields. Prof. KUANG Wenhui's group at Key Laboratory of Land Surface Pattern and Simulation, Institute of Geographic Scien...
Researchers Develop a New Approach of Geospatial Data Int... (May 8, 2017)

  With the development of WebGIS, metadata, Geographic Information (GI) Service and Web 2.0, geospatial data is widely utilized and shared in the geoscience field via the Internet. How to accurately find the desirable geospatial data and recommend relate...
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Researchers Reveal the Impacts of Mass Elevation Effect o... (May 3, 2017)

  Mass elevation effect (MEE) has been qualitatively considered to influence the elevational distribution of treelines in large mountains. Prof. ZHANG Baiping’s mountain GIS research group at the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Re...
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