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Trends in precipitation over the low latitude highlands of Yunnan, China
The precipitation regime of the low latitude highlands of Yunnan in Southwest China is subject to the interactions between the East Asian Summer Monsoon and the Indian Summer Monsoon, and theExpand
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An index for the interface between the Indian summer monsoon and the East Asian summer monsoon
[1] IIE, the interface between the Indian Summer Monsoon (ISM) and the East Asian Summer Monsoon (EASM), is defined using the equivalent potential temperature and summer long-term mean reanalysisExpand
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A cusp catastrophe model of mid–long-term landslide evolution over low latitude highlands of China
Abstract Based on a model describing a certain landslide case and catastrophe theory, we derived a cusp catastrophe model and corresponding inversion method to study mid–long-term landslideExpand
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Degraded patch formation significantly changed microbial community composition in alpine meadow soils
Abstract Approximately half of global grasslands are degraded. Although soil microbes play a key role in ecosystem functioning, their response to grassland degradation has not been fullyExpand
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Soil organic carbon stocks in the Yunnan Plateau, southwest China: spatial variations and environmental controls
PurposeGreater increases in temperature are expected in high mountain regions than the global average making mountain soils a potentially vulnerable component of the global carbon cycle. Little isExpand
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Accuracy validation of TRMM Multisatellite Precipitation Analysis daily precipitation products in the Lancang River Basin of China
Using statistical methods and contingency table method, this paper evaluates the accuracy of 12 years (1998–2009) Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission Multisatellite Precipitation Analysis (TMPA)Expand
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Effects of past land use on soil organic carbon changes after dam construction.
  • Y. Li, J. Hu, +4 authors X. Duan
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • The Science of the total environment
  • 10 October 2019
A large-scale and high-dropout water-level-fluctuation zone (WLFZ) was formed by the construction of cascaded large dam in the southwest hydropower base of China. The original land use patternsExpand
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Public-private partnership in enhancing farmers’ adaptation to drought: Insights from the Lujiang Flatland in the Nu River (Upper Salween) valley, China
Abstract Agriculture is an important type of land use but suffers from drought, especially under global climate change scenarios. Although government is a major actor in helping farmers to adapt toExpand
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Vegetation reconstruction of Bronze Age by using microscopic structure of charcoals
The microscopic structure of charcoals was determined in two sites of Bronze Age, Chifeng area by using the scanning electronic microscope. The results showed that these charcoals are all timbers ofExpand
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Total and active soil fungal community profiles were significantly altered by six years of warming but not by grazing
We examined the responses of total and active soil fungal communities to experimental warming, moderate grazing, and their combination. The six years of field experiments were established in aExpand
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