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The Impacts of Global Research on Wheat Production in China (Apr 2, 2015)

  Three decades of international collaboration in wheat breeding research have added as much as 10.7 million tons of grain — worth US $3.4 billion — to China’s national wheat output, according to a study by the Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy (...
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Farmers’ Adaptation to Extreme Weather Events through Fa... (Mar 26, 2015)

  More frequent and extreme weather events have captured much attention from researchers. Prof. HUANG Jikun and his team, from Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research (IGSNRR), Chinese Academy of Sciences, explored how rice farmer...
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Researchers Estimate Direct, Diffuse and Total FPARs from... (Mar 9, 2015)

  The fraction of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) absorbed by green elements (FPAR) is an essential climate variable in quantifying canopy absorbed PAR (APAR) and gross and net primary production. Current satellite FPAR products typically corre...
Information Provision, Policy Support, and Farmers’ Adap... (Feb 4, 2015)

  As an important agricultural production region in China, the North China Plain (NCP) is an ecologically vulnerable region that frequently is hit by drought.
  Faced with drought and other extreme climate events, policy makers have given top priority ...
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New Knowledge on Explaining and Regulating Urban Heat Island (Dec 19, 2014)
To a certain extent Urban Heat Island(UHI) influences the residents’ comfort and health. Understanding of how urban landscape affect the thermal environment is crucial for urban ecological planning and sustainable development.
  Dr. KUANG wenhui etc., a ...
Great Wall of Trees Keeps China's Deserts at Bay (Dec 17, 2014)
CHINA is holding back the desert, for now. The Great Green Wall – a massive belt of trees being planted across China's arid north in what might be the largest ecological engineering project on the planet – seems to work, according to a new study.
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