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Using Sector-specific Statistical Model Estimates Inter-r... (Oct 15, 2015)

  China has huge differences among its regions in terms of socio-economic development, industrial structure, natural resource endowments, and technological advancement. These differences have created complicated linkages between regions in China.
Recent Changes in Wetlands on the Tibetan Plateau:A Review (Sep 7, 2015)

  About 80% of global wetland resources are degrading or disappearing; thus the wetland ecosystem has become one of the most seriously threatened ecosystems in the world.
  As an area sensitive to global changes and acting as a security barrier for the...
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Researchers Estimate the Quality of Biomass Resources of ... (Aug 6, 2015)

  As the basis of the human existence, few information of the biomass resources in China has been revealed. Recently, Prof. XIE Gaodi and his team, from the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research (IGSNRR),CAS, studied and found t...
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Soil-Transmitted Helminths in Southwestern China: A Cross... (Jun 26, 2015)

  Empirical evidence suggests that the prevalence of soil-transmitted helminth (STH) infections in remote and poor rural areas is still high among children, the most vulnerable to infection.
  There is concern that STH infections may detrimentally affe...
Poor Vision among China’s Rural Primary School Students:... (May 21, 2015)

  In rural areas of China, the prevalence of children with vision problems appears to be higher than in other countries.
  Using a survey of 19,977 children grade four and grade five students in 253 primary schools in northwest China, researchers from ...
Effect of Urban Green Space Changes on the Role of Rainwa... (May 5, 2015)

  During the period 2000-2010, the urban green space area reduced by 199 km2 and became fragmented in Beijing, the rainwater runoff rate increased by 6%, according to a study by the Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chine...
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