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Year: 2016
Land cover mapping in mountainous areas is a notoriously challenging task due to the rugged terrain and high spatial heterogeneity of land surfaces as well as the frequent cloud contamination of satellite imagery
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Year: 2015
Natural wetlands constitute one of the major sources of methane emission to the atmosphere
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Year: 2015
In order to understand the carbon fate of alpine peatlands under climate change, this study aimed to measure carbon accumulation in recent decades and that during the Holocene at seven representative peat sites on the Zoige Plateau using empirical peat core data (14C and 137CS) and modeling approaches
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Year: 2014
Understanding the responses of the carbon-rich peatland ecosystems to past climate change is crucial for predicting peat carbon fate in the future
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Year: 2014
Most studies about carbon dynamics of peatlands have been focused on boreal, subarctic and tropical peatlands
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Year: 2014
Sinks of methane (CH4) become highly variable due to both human activity and climate change
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Year: 2013
Mountain regions supply a large amount of fresh water for the people in arid and semiarid regions, however, there is great uncertainty of the water quantification from mountains to lower areas
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Year: 2012
To understand spatial and temporal variations of nitrous oxide (N2O) fluxes, we chose to measure N2O emissions from three plant stands (Kobresia tibetica, Carex muliensis, and Eleocharis valleculosa stands) in an open fen on the northeastern Qinghai–Tibetan plateau during the growing seasons from 2005 to 2007
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Year: 2011
Annotation :::: The relocation project in southern Shaanix province proves to be a large project for improving people’s livelihood, which can fundamentally solve the problems of living, security, survival, and development of people residing in harsh natural conditions of southern Shaanxi
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Year: 2011
Aims Precipitation and temperature are considered the limiting factors to vegetation growth in arid and cold areas, respectively
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