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Relative pollen productivity estimates for alpine meadow vegetation, northeastern Tibetan Plateau 期刊论文
VEGETATION HISTORY AND ARCHAEOBOTANY, 2020, 卷号: 29, 期号: 4, 页码: 447-462
Authors:  Qin, Feng;  Bunting, M. Jane;  Zhao, Yan;  Li, Quan;  Cui, Qiaoyu;  Ren, Weihe
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Relative pollen productivity  Relevant source area of pollen  Alpine meadow  ERV approach  Tibetan Plateau  
A Review of Relative Pollen Productivity Estimates From Temperate China for Pollen-Based Quantitative Reconstruction of Past Plant Cover 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE, 2018, 卷号: 9, 页码: 17
Authors:  Li, Furong;  Gaillard, Marie-Jose;  Xu, Qinghai;  Bunting, Mairi J.;  Li, Yuecong;  Li, Jie;  Mu, Huishuang;  Lu, Jingyao;  Zhang, Panpan;  Zhang, Shengrui;  Cui, Qiaoyu;  Zhang, Yahong;  Shen, Wei
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Extended R-Value (ERV) model  relevant source area of pollen (RSAP)  fall speed of pollen (FSP)  vegetation-data collection  modern pollen sampling  
Identification of anthropogenic and natural inputs of sulfate into a karstic coastal groundwater system in northeast China: evidence from major ions, delta C-13(DIC) and delta S-34(SO4) SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Han D. M.;  Song, X. F.;  Currell, M. J.
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carbonate aquifers  dissolved sulfate  southern spain  basin  water  salinization  evolution  seawater  isotope  quality  
Satellite-derived vegetation indices contribute significantly to the prediction of epiphyllous liverworts SCI/SSCI论文
2014
Authors:  Jiang Y. B.;  Wang T. J.;  De Bie Cajm;  Skidmore A. K.;  Liu X. H.;  Song S. S.;  Zhang L.;  Wang J.;  Shao X. M.
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Species Distribution Model  Maxent  Climate  Vegetation  Macro-habitat  China  Species Distribution Models  Rain-forest  Potential Distribution  Habitat Fragmentation  Distribution Patterns  Tropical Forest  Climate-change  Time-series  Sensor Data  Costa-rica  
Satellite-derived vegetation indices contribute significantly to the prediction of epiphyllous liverworts EI期刊论文
2014
Authors:  Jiang Yanbin;  Wang Tiejun;  De Bie C. A. J. M.;  Skidmore A. K.;  Liu Xuehua;  Song Shanshan;  Zhang Li;  Wang Jian;  Shao Xiaoming
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Population Distribution  Climate Change  Climate Models  Ecosystems  Forestry  Satellites  Vegetation