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A New Model for Evaluating Ecosystem Services by Integrat... (Jun 23, 2021)

  Ecosystem services (ESs) are the ecological characteristics, functions, or processes that contribute to human wellbeing. According to Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (2005), approximately 60% of the global ESs are either degraded or used in an unsustai...
Climate has shifted the axis of the Earth (Apr 30, 2021)

  Glacial melting due to global warming is likely the cause of a shift in the movement of the poles that occurred in the 1990s.
  The locations of the North and South poles aren't static, unchanging spots on our planet. The axis Earth spins around--or ...
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Widespread Decline in Winds Delays Autumn Foliar Senescen... (Apr 23, 2021)

  The responses of the Date of autumn Foliar Senescence (DFS) to climate change have focused for a better interpretation of carbon uptake.
  Prof. WU Chaoyang's team at Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research of Chinese Academy ...
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Warming-induced Carbon Emission May Be Less than Previous... (Apr 13, 2021)

  Temperature sensitivity is often expressed by the relative change of respiration at a temperature change of 10°C, which is called the Q10 value. The Q10 of terrestrial ecosystem respiration (Re) is important for quantifying climate–carbon cycle feedb...
Inversion of Missing Satellite Aerosol Parameters and Spa... (Jan 11, 2021)

  Although remote sensing provides useful data products for global monitoring of air pollutants, the extensive non-random missingness due to cloud contamination or high surface reflectance severely limits their applicability. As a critical traffic-relate...
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Proper Methods to Estimate the Fraction of Absorbed Photo... (Dec 22, 2020)

  The fraction of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) absorbed by green elements (fAPAR) is an essential climate variable in quantifying canopy absorbed PAR and gross and net primary production. Continuous and accurate measurement of the fAPAR is t...
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