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Specific response of earlywood and latewood delta O-18 from the east and west of Mt. Qomolangma to the Indian summer monsoon 期刊论文
SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2019, 卷号: 689, 页码: 99-108
Authors:  An, Wenling;  Xu, Chenxi;  Liu, Xiaohong;  Tan, Ning;  Sano, Masaki;  Li, Mingqi;  Shao, Xuemei;  Nakatsuka, Takeshi;  Guo, Zhengtang
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Himalaya  Earlywood delta O-18  Latewood delta O-18  Upstream rainout effect  Topographic blocking effect  
The Mass Elevation Effect of the Central Andes and Its Implications for the Southern Hemisphere's Highest Treeline SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  He W. H.;  Zhang, B. P.;  Zhao, F.;  Zhang, S.;  Qi, W. W.;  Wang, J.;  Zhang, W. J.
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Mass elevation effect  central Andes  treeline  heating effect  air  temperature  climatic conditions  tibetan plateau  mountains  altitude  bolivia  circulation  altiplano  evolution  patterns  height  
Soil productivity in the Yunnan province: Spatial distribution and sustainable utilization SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Duan X. W.;  Rong, L.;  Zhang, G. L.;  Hu, J. M.;  Fang, H. Y.
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Mountain Region  Soil Productivity  Pi Model  Land Use  Altitude  Spatial Distribution  Land-use Change  Index Model  Northeast China  Claypan Soil  Erosion  Agriculture  Impact  Region  Carbon  Climate  
Aspect-induced differences in soil erosion intensity in a gullied hilly region on the Chinese Loess Plateau SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Fang H. Y.;  Guo, M.
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The Chinese Loess Plateau  Slope Aspect  Soil Erosion Intensity  Topoclimate  Wind-driven Rain  Slope Aspect  Vegetation Restoration  Spatial-distribution  Nutrient Losses  Small Catchment  Land-use  Badlands  Impact  Forest  
Effects of longitudinal range-gorge terrain on the eco-geographical pattern in Southwest China SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Pan T.;  Wu S. H.;  He D. M.;  Dai E. F.;  Liu Y. J.
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Southwest China  Longitudinal Range-gorge Region (Lrgr)  "corridor-barrier" Effect  Eco-geographical Region  Spatial  Differentiation  Barrier Function  Vegetation  Region  
Late Quaternary glaciation in the Tianshan and implications for palaeoclimatic change: a review SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Xu X. K.;  Kleidon A.;  Miller L.;  Wang S. Q.;  Wang L. Q.;  Dong G. C.
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Equilibrium-line Altitudes  Qinghai-tibetan Plateau  Urumqi River  Tien-shan  Northwestern China  Northern Xinjiang  Climatic Changes  Mount Everest  Western China  Central-asia  
Topographical changes of ground surface affected by the Tarim Desert Highway SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Li S. Y.;  Lei J. Q.;  Xu X. W.;  Wang L. X.;  Zhou Z. B.;  Li H. Z.
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Topography Of Ground Surface  Deflation And Deposition  Sand Protection  System  The Tarim Desert Highway  The Taktimakan Desert  Dune  
Research on the reservation route of the lower Yellow River 期刊论文
CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN, 2006, 卷号: 51, 期号: Suppl. S, 页码: 154-167
Authors:  Liu Yanhua;  Kang Xiangwu;  Wu ShaoHong(吴绍洪);  Yang Qinye;  Dai Erfu;  Ma Xin;  Yang Peiguo
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The Lower Yellow River  Reservation  Route  Flood Risk  Reduction