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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...
How to Map Soil Particle-size Fractions More Accurately a... (Mar 20, 2017)

  Soil particle-size fractions (psf) as basic physical variables need to be accurately predicted for regional hydrological, ecological, geological, agricultural and environmental studies frequently. Considering the particularity of compositional data, th...
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Researchers Explore the Relationship between Land Use, Ec... (Feb 15, 2017)

  How to integrate land uses, ecosystem service and function, and human well-being to explore an effective means to increase human well-being via intervening regional land-use behaviors is of significance and urgent.
  Recently, Prof. DENG Xiangzheng, ...
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Research Sheds New Light on China’s Water Pollution Crisis (Feb 4, 2017)

  Accompanying rapid industrialisation over the past couple of decades, China has become the world’s largest producer and consumer of inorganic and organic chemicals. At the same time, China’s intensive agricultural sector is a major user of chemical f...
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How the Forests of Southern China Respond and Adapt to Fu... (Dec 5, 2016)

  Global mean surface temperature has increased since the late 19th century, and the warming trend will continue influencing the structure and function of forest ecosystems. Recently more attention has been paid to the forest responses and adaptations to...
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