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Year: 2017
The cryosphere reacts sensitively to climate change, as evidenced by the widespread retreat of mountain glaciers
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Year: 2017
Frozen ground has an important role in regional hydrological cycle and ecosystem, especially on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, which is characterized by high elevation and a dry climate
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Year: 2016
Recently, the light-absorbing organic carbon, i
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Year: 2016
Black carbon (BC) and mineral dust (MD), the most important compositions of light absorbing particles (LAPs), significantly reduce the albedo of glaciers and thus accelerate their melting
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Year: 2016
Water eutrophication has become one of the most serious aquatic environmental problems around the world
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Year: 2016
Emissions inventories of black carbon (BC), which are traditionally constructed using a bottom-up approach based on activity data and emissions factors, are considered to contain a large level of uncertainty
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Year: 2016
Extensive forest changes have occurred in monsoon Asia, substantially affecting climate, carbon cycle and biodiversity
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Year: 2015
We measured nitrous oxide (N2O) emission from the infralittoral zone and pelagic zone in a shallow lake on the Tibetan Plateau during the growing season of 2009, prior to the lake restoration project aiming to raise the lake water by 0
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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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