Have Changes to Unused Land in China Improved or Exacerbated Its Environmental Quality in the Past Three Decades

@inproceedings{Yi2016HaveCT,
  title={Have Changes to Unused Land in China Improved or Exacerbated Its Environmental Quality in the Past Three Decades},
  author={Ling Yi and Zengxiang Zhang and Xiaoli Zhao and Bin Liu and Xiao Wang and Qingke Wen and Lijun Zuo and Fang Liu and Jingyong Xu and Shunguang Hu},
  year={2016}
}
Inappropriate land use has caused a series of environmental disasters such as floods and sand storms, and some of them involved unused land changes with highly localized distributions in arid and semi-arid regions with fragile ecosystems. As the third-rank category of first-level land use/cover in China, unused land (UL) is now playing an increasingly important role in protection of the natural environment and sustainable utilization of land resources. In this article, we assessed the effects… CONTINUE READING

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