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Assessing the impact of climate change on the habitat distribution of the giant panda in the Qinling Mountains of China
Climate change threatens global ecosystems and the maintenance of biodiversity via its impacts on the survival of individual species and the preservation of their ecological functions. The effects ofExpand
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Impact of road construction on giant panda’s habitat and its carrying capacity in Qinling Mountains
Abstract The Qinling giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) is an endangered endemic species to China. Despite ongoing efforts to ensure its conservation, concerns about maintaining its populationsExpand
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Lateral heterogeneity of soil physicochemical properties in riparian zones after agricultural abandonment
The study aimed to identify the lateral heterogeneity of soil physicochemical properties in riparian zones, and its underlying drivers during natural restoration after agricultural abandonment.Expand
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Ecological status classification of the Taizi River Basin, China: a comparison of integrated risk assessment approaches
Integrated risk assessment approaches allow to achieve a sound evaluation of ecological status of river basins and to gain knowledge about the likely causes of impairment, useful for informing andExpand
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Environmental DNA: An Emerging Tool in Ecological Assessment
Environmental DNA (eDNA), as a recent research hotspot in environmental science, the use of eDNA in biological monitoring has the advantages of sensitivity and time/labor saving. The eDNA technologyExpand
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Deriving aquatic life criteria for PBDEs in China and comparison of species sensitivity distribution with TBBPA and HBCD.
  • C. Lu, Suwen Yang, +6 authors J. Fan
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • The Science of the total environment
  • 1 November 2018
Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) are important industrial brominated flame retardants. PBDEs have raised great concerns for their persistence, bioaccumulation, and harm to aquatic life andExpand
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The Potential Impacts of Climate Change Factors on Freshwater Eutrophication: Implications for Research and Countermeasures of Water Management in China
Water eutrophication has become one of the most serious aquatic environmental problems around the world. More and more research has indicated climate change as a major natural factor that will leadExpand
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Effects of acute ammonia toxicity on oxidative stress, DNA damage and apoptosis in digestive gland and gill of Asian clam (Corbicula fluminea).
Ammonia is one of the major pollutants associated with the main river basins due to ammonification of uneaten food and animal excretion, which usually brings detrimental health effects to aquaticExpand
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Derivation of aquatic life criteria for four phthalate esters and their ecological risk assessment in Liao River.
As a critical family of endocrine disruptors, phthalate esters (PAEs) attracted considerable attentions due to increasingly detected worldwide. Aquatic life criteria (ALC) for PAEs are crucial forExpand
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Archaeal community variation in the Qinhuangdao coastal aquaculture zone revealed by high-throughput sequencing
The differences in archaeal diversity and community composition in the sediments and waters of the Qinhuangdao coastal aquaculture zone were investigated. Furthermore, the associations betweenExpand
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