Li Shenggong; Yu Guirui; Yu Xiubo; He Honglin; Guo Xuebing
Source Publicationjournalofresourcesandecology
AbstractAn ecosystem is one or many communities with a variety of biotic (living organisms including plants, animals and microbes) and abiotic (things like air, water and mineral soil) components that function in an interrelated fashion (Chapin et al. 2012). These biotic and abiotic components linked together through nutrient cycles and energy flows (Chapin et al. 2012). Ecosystems provide humanity with a wide range of services, which are vital to sustaining human health and well-being, and social and economic development (MEA 2005). These services are categorized into provisioning, regulating, cultural and supporting services (MEA 2005). Therefore, long-term monitoring and study of ecosystem functioning and its relationship to environmental change is critical to evolution of human civilization, and social and ecological sustainable development. In particular, under global climate change scenario, a better understanding of impact of climate change on global ecosystems and their feedback mechanisms have become more and more important at present and in the future, based on the long term monitoring of and experiments on ecosystem change.
Document Type期刊论文
First Author Affilication中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所
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Li Shenggong,Yu Guirui,Yu Xiubo,et al. abriefintroductiontochineseecosystemresearchnetworkcern[J]. journalofresourcesandecology,2015,6(3):192.
APA Li Shenggong,Yu Guirui,Yu Xiubo,He Honglin,&Guo Xuebing.(2015).abriefintroductiontochineseecosystemresearchnetworkcern.journalofresourcesandecology,6(3),192.
MLA Li Shenggong,et al."abriefintroductiontochineseecosystemresearchnetworkcern".journalofresourcesandecology 6.3(2015):192.
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