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水耕人为土磁性矿物的生成转化机制研究回顾与展望 中文期刊论文
2016
Authors:  韩光中;  黄来明;  李山泉;  陈留美
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水耕人为土  磁性矿物  土壤发生  成土因素  
Soil Organic Carbon Stocks in Deep Soils at a Watershed Scale on the Chinese Loess Plateau SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Wang Y. Q.;  Han, X. W.;  Jin, Z.;  Zhang, C. C.;  Fang, L. C.
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mitigate climate-change  land-use conversion  vertical-distribution  agricultural soils  residue management  semiarid region  food security  bulk-density  storage  sequestration  
Hydrological indications of aeolian salts in mid-latitude deserts of northwestern China SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Zhu B. Q.
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Aeolian salt  sequence salinity  hydrological indications  environmental  geoproxy  earth surface processes  middle-latitude desert  quaternary environmental-changes  south-australia  lake eyre  evaporite  mineralogy  climatic-change  ion chemistry  sandy deserts  western  china  death-valley  tarim basin  
Geochemical evidence for seasonal variations in potential loess sources of the western Chinese Loess Plateau SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Wang X. M.;  Lang, L. L.;  Li, H.;  Hua, T.;  Wang, G. T.;  Zhou, N.;  Jiao, L. L.
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Loess  Source  Principal components analysis  Chinese Loess Plateau  dust storms  northern china  paleoclimatic implications  magnetic-susceptibility  northwestern china  tibetan plateau  provenance  deposits  paleosol  record  
从古气候学历史看Nicholas Shackleton的学术贡献 中文期刊论文
2015
Authors:  赵艳;  周力平
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Crafoord奖  Shackleton教授  深海氧同位素之父  
Geomorphoclimatic characteristics and landform information in the Ejina Basin, Northwest China SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Zhu B. Q.;  Yu, J. J.;  Rioual, P.;  Gao, Y.;  Zhang, Y. C.;  Min, L. L.
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Landform  Climate Geomorphology  Geomorphogenic Processes  Ejina  Central Asia  Morphogenetic Processes  Western Mongolia  Northern China  Loess  Plateau  Sand Deserts  River-basin  Evolution  Xinjiang  Deposits  Regions  
Vegetation and climate change in the Beijing plain during the last million years and implications for Homo erectus occupation in North China SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Cai M. T.;  Xu, D. N.;  Wei, M. J.;  Wang, J. P.;  Pan, B. L.
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Beijing  Middle Pleistocene  Homo Erectus  Pollen  Tibetan Plateau  Loess Plateau  Pliocene-pleistocene  Middle  Pleistocene  Sporopollen Record  African Climate  Central-asia  Evolution  Environment  East  
Natural vegetation restoration is more beneficial to soil surface organic and inorganic carbon sequestration than tree plantation on the Loess Plateau of China EI期刊论文
2014
Authors:  Jin Zhao;  Dong Yunshe;  Wang Yunqiang;  Wei Xiaorong;  Wang Yafeng;  Cui Buli;  Zhou Weijian
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Forestry  Carbon  Carbon Dioxide  Ecosystems  Environmental Protection  Isotopes  Restoration  Soil Moisture  Vegetation  Watersheds  
Long-term cooling/drying record of North China since the middle Pleistocene from geochemical evidence of a 150 m deep drill core, Beijing plain, China 期刊论文
Quaternary International, 2014, 卷号: 349, 页码: 419-427
Authors:  Cai M. T.;  Wei M. J.;  Yang Y. B.;  Wang J. P.;  Xu D. N.
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Geochemistry  Middle Pleistocene  Palaeoenvironment  Beijing Plain  Chemical-weathering History  Summer Monsoon Evolution  Tibetan Plateau  Eastern China  Yangtze Delta  Paleoenvironmental Changes  Drainage  Basins  Late Quaternary  Sediments  Loess  
Holocene aeolian activity in the Dinggye area (Southern Tibet, China) SCI/SSCI论文
2014
Authors:  Pan M. H.;  Wu Y. Q.;  Zheng Y. H.;  Tan L. H.
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Holocene  Aeolian Activity  Climate Change  Southern Tibet  Wind Strength  Ice Core  Plateau  Climate  Sediments  Temperature  Record  Dust  Responses  System