Spatial-temporal pattern changes of main agriculture natural disasters in China during 1990–2011

@article{Du2015SpatialtemporalPC,
  title={Spatial-temporal pattern changes of main agriculture natural disasters in China during 1990–2011},
  author={Xindong Du and Xiaobin Jin and Xilian Yang and Xuhong Yang and Xiaomin Xiang and Yinkang Zhou},
  journal={Journal of Geographical Sciences},
  year={2015},
  volume={25},
  pages={387-398}
}
China is a disaster prone country, and a comprehensive understanding of change of disasters is very important for China’s agricultural development. In this study, statistical techniques and geographic information system tools are employed to quantify the main agriculture disasters changes and effects on grain production in China during the period of 1990–2011. The results show that China’s grain production was severely affected by disasters including drought, flood, hail, frost and typhoon. The… CONTINUE READING

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