Geping Luo

Learn More
The purpose of this study is to investigate the current status of metal pollution of the sediments from urban-stream, estuary and Jinzhou Bay of the coastal industrial city, NE China. Forty surface sediment samples from river, estuary and bay and one sediment core from Jinzhou bay were collected and analyzed for heavy metal concentrations of Cu, Zn, Pb, Cd,(More)
Root to shoot ratio (RS) is commonly used to describe the biomass allocation between below- and aboveground parts of plants. Determining the key factors influencing RS and interpreting the relationship between RS and environmental factors is important for biological and ecological research. In this study, we compiled 2088 pairs of root and shoot biomass(More)
The purpose of this study is to investigate variations in soil organic carbon (SOC) in arid areas due to differences in the cultivation history, land use, and soil salinization. The study area is the lower Sangong River basin on the piedmont of the northern TianShan mountains, which experiences heavy land-use activities. In 1982 and 2005,127(152) and 74(More)
Central Asia is covered by vast desert ecosystems, and the majority of these ecosystems have alkaline soils. Their contribution to global net ecosystem CO2 exchange (NEE) is of significance simply because of their immense spatial extent. Some of the latest research reported considerable abiotic CO2 absorption by alkaline soil, but the rate of CO2 absorption(More)
Synthetic variable ratio (SVR) method was first introduced to fuse panchromatic (PAN) image and multi-spectral (MS) image by Muechika et al. in 1993[1], and was improved by Zhang Y. in 1999 and 2001 respectively [2, 3]. As for Muechika SVR method, it isn't suitable for fusing PAN and MS which cover large area. And for Zhang Y. SVR(ZY-SVR) method, on the one(More)
1. ABSTRACT The lower reaches of the Tarim River, located in the hinterland of the Taklimakan Desert, the ecological conditions here is extremely poor. Because of the Tarim River flows, a green corridor formed here, and it prevents two deserts to get close, so it has an ecological significance. As the result of dry, strong evaporation ability, groundwater(More)