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Elevation-dependent warming in high-elevation regions and Arctic amplification are of tremendous interest to many scientists who are engaged in studies in climate change. Here, using annual mean temperatures from 2781 global stations for the 1961-2010 period, we find that the warming for the world's high-elevation stations (>500 m above sea level) is(More)
Field monitoring results of wasteland soil water content of during growing season of seven years in Zhuanyaogou valley of northwestern Shanxi Province, and the results showed that the seasonal dynamics of the soil water was controlled by annual precipitation and its distribution. The seasonal dynamics of soil water in a normal rainfall year could be divided(More)
An analysis of the annual mean temperature (TMEAN) (1961-2010) has revealed that warming amplification (altitudinal amplification and regional amplification) is a common feature of major high-elevation regions across the globe against the background of global warming since the mid-20th century. In this study, the authors further examine whether this holds(More)
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