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New Progress on Spatio-temporal Patterns on Artificial La... (May 18, 2016)

  To a certain extent artificial land cover affects the structure of terrestrial ecosystems. Understanding how to construct a hierarchical classification system for artificial surfaces and improve the classification techniques for artificial surface extr...
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Can Intensity Quantification Improve the Explanation of L... (May 13, 2016)

  Quantifying the relationship between water eutrophication and land use can help effectively manage land use to improve water quality. Previous studies principally utilized land use quantity as an indicator to link water quality parameters, but these st...
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Researchers Find a Fundamental Theorem of Earth’s Surfac... (May 9, 2016)

  Ground observation is able to obtain highly accurate data with high temporal resolution at observation points, but these observation points are too sparse to satisfy some application requirements.
  Satellite remote-sensing and system models can freq...
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Researchers Point out the Progress and Perspective of PAG... (Mar 28, 2016)

  The last 2000 years has always been one of the main study periods of Past Global Changes (PAGES). Asia is an ideal area to conduct synthesis studies on the climate changes for the past 2000 years due to its long history and abundant proxy types with a ...
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Researchers Assess Hotspot of Ecosystem Shifts in Tibetan... (Mar 11, 2016)

  A new study projected fundamental ecosystem transitions for predicting ecosystem shifts in the Tibetan Plateau and agro-pastoral ecotone of China at the end of this century. Researchers from the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Re...
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How much Atmospheric Nitrogen is Removed by Dry Depositio... (Feb 24, 2016)

  Rapid industrial development and agricultural production emit large quantities of NOx (NO + NO2) and NH3 to the atmosphere. After a series of chemical transformations and physical transport processes in the atmosphere, NH3 and NOx are removed through d...
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