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Hydrological Modelling for Siberian Crane Grus Leucogeranus Stopover Sites in Northeast China
Habitat loss is one of the key factors underlying the decline of many waterbird species, including Siberian Crane (Grus leucogeranus), a threatened species worldwide. Wetlands are the primaryExpand
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Niche modelling of marsh plants based on occurrence and abundance data.
The information of species' response (optimum or critical limits along environmental gradients) is a key to understanding ecological questions and to design management plans. A large number of plotsExpand
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Comprehensive evaluation of municipal garbage disposal in Changchun City by the strategic environmental assessment
PurposeThe environmental issues caused by the municipal solid waste disposal are becoming a worldwide concern.MethodsWe studied the situations both domestically and abroad by the strategicExpand
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Preliminary evaluation of evaluation of the efficiency of aircraft liquid waste treatment using resolvable sanitizing liquid: a case study in Changchun
The physical, chemical, and biological indices of aircraft liquid wastes collected from multiple airplanes at Longjia Airport, Changchun, China were measured according to “Integrated WastewaterExpand
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Evaluation of efficiency of aircraft liquid waste treatment and identification of daily inspection indices: a case study in Changchun, China
Evaluation of the efficiency of aircraft liquid waste treatment has previously been conducted to prevent pollution of the environment. The current study aimed to provide a set of practical methodsExpand
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A project of teaching ground-based astrometry
Department of Astronomy, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China email:zhuzi@nju.edu.cnAbstract.The optical ground-based astrometry of solar system objects may have its accuracystrongly improved by usingExpand
Slow stamen movement in a perennial herb decreases male–male and male–female interference
This study suggested that slow stamen movement in Lychnis cognata presents pollen gradually to pollinators, representing an adaptation to decrease interference between dehisced and dehiscing anthersExpand