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Spatiotemporal patterns and characteristics of land-use change in China during 2010–2015
Land use/cover change is an important theme on the impacts of human activities on the earth systems and global environmental change. National land-use changes of China during 2010–2015 were acquiredExpand
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The Suitability of Different Nighttime Light Data for GDP Estimation at Different Spatial Scales and Regional Levels
Nighttime light data offer a unique view of the Earth’s surface and can be used to estimate the spatial distribution of gross domestic product (GDP). Historically, using a simple regression function,Expand
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Estimation of wind erosion rates by using 137Cs tracing technique: A case study in Tariat-Xilin Gol transect, Mongolian Plateau
Wind erosion is one of the major environmental problems in semi-arid and arid regions. Here we established the Tariat-Xilin Gol transect from northwest to southeast across the Mongolian Plateau, andExpand
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Identification of Urban Functional Areas Based on POI Data: A Case Study of the Guangzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone
Functional areas are the basic spatial units in which cities or development zones implement urban plans and provide functions. Internet map big data technology provides a new method for theExpand
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Wind erosion hazard assessment of the Mongolian Plateau using FCM and GIS techniques
The most serious environmental problems of the Mongolian Plateau are land degradation and sand storms caused by wind erosion, but the evaluation of wind erosion at regional scales has been aExpand
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Spatial—temporal pattern of GIMMS NDVI and its dynamics in Mongolian Plateau
The physical geography of Mongolian Plateau plays an important role in the East Asian climate ecology system. In this research, GIMMS NDVI, the third generation of NDVI dataset, was processed usingExpand
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Soil nutrient changes under artificial coniferous forests in the red soil hilly region in Southeast China
Benefiting from southeast monsoon, the red soil hilly region in southeast China has excellent water and heat conditions, and land use here changed rapidly these years. Unreasonable land use, however,Expand
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