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Spatial variation in annual actual evapotranspiration of terrestrial ecosystems in China: Results from eddy covariance measurements SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Zheng H.;  Yu, G. R.;  Wang, Q. F.;  Zhu, X. J.;  He, H. L.;  Wang, Y. F.;  Zhang, J. H.;  Li, Y. N.;  Zhao, L.;  Zhao, F. H.;  Shi, P. L.;  Wang, H. M.;  Yan, J. H.;  Zhang, Y. P.
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evapotranspiration  water budget  spatial variation  eddy covariance  terrestrial ecosystem  China-FLUX  water-use efficiency  carbon-dioxide  inner-mongolia  northwest china  interannual variation  crop coefficient  northeast china  energy-exchange  semiarid area  co2 exchange  
Effects of rural-urban migration on vegetation greenness in fragile areas: A case study of Inner Mongolia in China SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Li S. J.;  Sun, Z. G.;  Tan, M. H.;  Li, X. B.
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rural-urban migration  agricultural labor  vegetation greenness  NDVI  Inner Mongolia  ndvi time-series  noaa ndvi  climate  cover  dynamics  datasets  
An explanation of labor migration and grain output growth: Findings of a case study in eastern Tibetan Plateau SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Yan J. Z.;  Zhang, Y. L.;  Hua, X. B.;  Yang, L.
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labor migration  land use change  labor intensity  capital intensity  grain output  agricultural land-use  livelihood diversification  migrant labor  rural  china  economics  areas  productivity  communities  remittances  households  
Review on carbon emissions, energy consumption and low-carbon economy in China from a perspective of global climate change SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Shen L.;  Sun, Y. Z.
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carbon emissions  energy consumption  low-carbon economy  global climate  change  co2 emissions  dioxide emissions  decomposition analysis  development  strategy  growth  industry  
Spatial differences of exergy use of cement manufacturing industry in China based on extended exergy accounting method SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Chen F. N.;  Shen, L.;  Liu, L. T.;  Gao, T. M.
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Cement Manufacturing Industry  Spatial Difference  Exergy Use  Extended  Exergy Accounting Method  Energy Efficiency  Agglomeration Economies  Co2 Emission  
Dynamic trends and driving forces of land use intensification of cultivated land in China SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Wang G. G.;  Liu, Y. S.;  Li, Y. R.;  Chen, Y. F.
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Cultivated Land  Land Use Intensification  Spatial Pattern  Factors  China  
Farmland marginalization in the mountainous areas: Characteristics, influencing factors and policy implications SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Shao J. A.;  Zhang, S. C.;  Li, X. B.
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Farmland Marginalization  Features  Influencing Factors  Policy  Implications  Mountainous Area  Land-use  Abandonment  
Detecting the storage and change on topsoil organic carbon in grasslands of Inner Mongolia from 1980s to 2010s SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Dai E. F.;  Zhai R. X.;  Ge Q. S.;  Wu X. Q.
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Surface Soil  Organic Carbon Storage  Climate Change  Spatial  Differences  Grassland In Inner Mongolia  Northern China Grasslands  Climate-change  Stocks  Chronosequence  World  2000s  Soils  
Modeled effects of climate change on actual evapotranspiration in different eco-geographical regions in the Tibetan Plateau SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Yin Y. H.;  Wu S. H.;  Zhao D. S.;  Zheng D.;  Pan T.
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Evapotranspiration  Lpj Model  Climate Change  Tibetan Plateau  Global Vegetation Model  Change Scenario  Carbon-cycle  Trends  China  Water  Evaporation  Moisture  Balance  
Analyzing and modeling the coverage of vegetation in the Qaidam Basin of China: The role of spatial autocorrelation SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Zhu W. B.;  Jia S. F.;  Lu A. F.;  Yan T. T.
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Vegetation Coverage Model  Spatial Autocorrelation  Moran Index  Ndvi  Qinghai-tibet Plateau  Ndvi  Precipitation  Variables  Growth  Index