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China's Rare Earths Production Forecasting and Sustainable Development Policy Implications 期刊论文
SUSTAINABILITY, 2017, 卷号: 9, 期号: 6, 页码: 14
Authors:  Wang, Xibo;  Yao, Mingtao;  Li, Jiashuo;  Zhang, Kexue;  Zhu, He;  Zheng, Minsi
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rare earths  sustainable development  production forecast  system dynamics model  policy recommendations  
Relationships between land use patterns and water quality in the Taizi River basin, China EI期刊论文
2014
Authors:  Bu Hongmei;  Meng Wei;  Zhang Yuan;  Wan Jun
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River Pollution  Biochemical Oxygen Demand  Chlorine Compounds  Factor Analysis  Land Use  Linear Regression  Multivariant Analysis  Nitrogen  Phosphorus  Rivers  Water Pollution Control  Water Quality  Watersheds  
Geochemical characteristics and pollution sources identification of the near-surface atmosphere dust-fall in Jining City EI期刊论文
2014
Authors:  Dai Jie-Rui;  Zhu De-Cheng;  Pang Xu-Gui;  Wang Xue
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Pollution  Coal  Coal Dust  Factor Analysis  Industry  Lead  Meteorology  Multivariant Analysis  Nickel  Ontology  Spatial Distribution  Zinc  
Identifying spatio-temporal variation and controlling factors of chemistry in groundwater and river water recharged by reclaimed water at Huai River, North China EI期刊论文
2014
Authors:  Yu Yilei;  Song Xianfang;  Zhang Yinghua;  Zheng Fandong;  Liang Ji;  Liu Licai
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Hydrochemistry  Calcite  Calcium  Chemical Analysis  Chlorine  Cluster Analysis  Denitrification  Dissolution  Groundwater  Hierarchical Systems  Magnesium  Multivariant Analysis  Nitrogen  Nitrogen Oxides  Reclamation  Rivers  Water Quality  Weathering  
Local spatial and temporal factors influencing population and societal vulnerability to natural disasters EI期刊论文
2014
Authors:  Zhou Yang;  Li Ning;  Wu Wenxiang;  Wu Jidong;  Shi Peijun
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Population Statistics  Disaster Prevention  Disasters  Factor Analysis  Multivariant Analysis  
Classification of rivers based on water quality assessment using factor analysis in Taizi River basin, northeast China EI期刊论文
2013
Authors:  Wan Jun;  Bu Hongmei;  Zhang Yuan;  Meng Wei
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River Pollution  Eigenvalues And Eigenfunctions  Factor Analysis  Multivariant Analysis  Rivers  Sewage  Water Quality  Watersheds  
Spatial distribution and sources of dissolved trace metals in surface water of the Wei River, China EI期刊论文
2013
Authors:  Jing Li;  Fadong Li;  Qiang Liu;  Shuai Song;  Guangshuai Zhao
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River Pollution  Cluster Analysis  Hierarchical Systems  Manganese  Multivariant Analysis  Nickel  Principal Component Analysis  Rivers  Spatial Distribution  Water Supply  Zinc  
Spatial characteristics of surface water quality in the Haicheng River (Liao River basin) in Northeast China EI期刊论文
2013
Authors:  Bu Hongmei;  Wan Jun;  Zhang Yuan;  Meng Wei
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River Pollution  Analysis Of Variance (Anova)  Cluster Analysis  Factor Analysis  Multivariant Analysis  Nitrogen  Pollution  Rivers  Water Pollution Control  Water Quality  
Simulations of runoff and evapotranspiration in Chinese fir plantation ecosystems using artificial neural networks EI期刊论文
2012
Authors:  Liu Zelin;  Peng Changhui;  Xiang Wenhua;  Deng Xiangwen;  Tian Dalun;  Zhao Meifang;  Yu Guirui
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Computer Simulation  Backpropagation  Dynamics  Ecosystems  Evapotranspiration  Forestry  Meteorology  Multivariant Analysis  Neural Networks  Runoff  Water Supply  Watersheds