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Statistical study to identify the key factors governing ground water recharge in the watersheds of the arid Central Asia SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Zhu B. Q.;  Wang, Y. L.
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Hydrogeochemistry  Hierarchical cluster analysis  Principal components  analysis  Ground water recharge  Northern Xinjiang  Central Asia  northern xinjiang  climate-change  hydrochemical characteristics  hierarchical cluster  fluvial geochemistry  isotope geochemistry  hydrological regimes  chemical-composition  eastern siberia  aquifer  system  
The permafrost carbon inventory on the Tibetan Plateau: a new evaluation using deep sediment cores SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Ding J. Z.;  Li, F.;  Yang, G. B.;  Chen, L. Y.;  Zhang, B. B.;  Liu, L.;  Fang, K.;  Qin, S. Q.;  Chen, Y. L.;  Peng, Y. F.;  Ji, C. J.;  He, H. L.;  Smith, P.;  Yang, Y. H.
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alpine permafrost  carbon-climate feedback  deep sediment  soil organic  carbon stock  support vector machine  soil organic-carbon  support vector machines  climate-change  arctic  region  vegetation  china  storage  grasslands  siberia  matter  
High resolution land cover datasets integration and application based on Landsat and Globcover data from 1975 to 2010 in Siberia SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Liu T. X.;  Zhang, S. W.;  Xu, X. L.;  Bu, K.;  Ning, J.;  Chang, L. P.
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land cover change  Landsat  data integration  data application  Siberia  global environmental-change  science  scale  
Progress and prospect of research on forest landscape model SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Dai E. F.;  Wu, Z.;  Wang, X. F.;  Fu, H.;  Xi, W. M.;  Pan, T.
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Forest Landscape Model (Flm)  Development Stage  Model Classification  Model Application  Model Development  Fire-succession Models  South-central Siberia  Age-size Structure  Spatial Simulation  Land-use  Ecological Consequences  Management  Strategies  Vegetation Dynamics  Computer-model  Global Change  
Soil-moisture conditions indicated by field-layer plants help identify vulnerable forests in the forest-steppe of semi-arid Southern Siberia SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Anenkhonov O. A.;  Korolyuk, A. Y.;  Sandanov, D. V.;  Liu, H. Y.;  Zverev, A. A.;  Guo, D. L.
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Forest-steppe  Plant Indicator Values  Habitat Wetness  Plant  Distribution Patterns  Semi-arid Vegetation  Pine Forest  Larch Forest  Forest Vulnerability  Climate Change  Southern Siberia  Tree Mortality  Larix-sibirica  Scots Pine  Spatial Variations  Deciduous Forests  Vegetation Shifts  Summer Drought  Climate  Values  Microclimate  
Comments on some important issues concerning the establishment of a GSSP for Cambrian Stage 5 SCI/SSCI论文
2014
Authors:  Zhao Y. L.;  Yuan J. L.;  Guo Q. J.;  Peng J.;  Yin L. M.;  Yang X. L.;  Wang C. J.;  Sun H. J.
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Oryctocephalus Indicus  Ovatoryctocara Granulata  Cambrian Stage 5  Gssp  China  Siberia  
Identification of rock weathering and environmental control in arid catchments (northern Xinjiang) of Central Asia SCI/SSCI论文
2013
Authors:  Zhu B. Q.;  Yu J. J.;  Qin X. G.;  Rioual P.;  Zhang Y. C.;  Liu Z. T.;  Mu Y.;  Li H. W.;  Ren X. Z.;  Xiong H. G.
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Temperate Arid Watershed  Fluvial Geochemistry  Chemical Weathering  The  Forward Model Of Mass Budget  Westerly Climate  Central Asia  Major Ion Chemistry  Tropical Montane Watersheds  Large Chinese Rivers  Fluvial Geochemistry  Co2 Consumption  Nw China  Eastern Siberia  Yangtze-river  Long-term  Temperature-dependence  
The significance of mid-latitude rivers for weathering rates and chemical fluxes: Evidence from northern Xinjiang rivers SCI/SSCI论文
2013
Authors:  Zhu B. Q.;  Yu J. J.;  Qin X. G.;  Rioual P.;  Liu Z. T.;  Zhang Y. C.;  Jiang F. Q.;  Mu Y.;  Li H. W.;  Ren X. Z.;  Xiong H. G.
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Sedimentary Platform  Fluvial Geochemistry  Lithological Weathering  Drought Index  Dissolved Solid Flux  Northern Xinjiang Rivers  Major Ion Chemistry  Asian Orogenic Belt  Atmospheric Carbon-dioxide  World Water Chemistry  Large Chinese Rivers  Nw China  Fluvial  Geochemistry  Co2 Consumption  Eastern Siberia  Tectonic Evolution  
Forest buffers soil temperature and postpones soil thaw as indicated by a three-year large-scale soil temperature monitoring in the forest-steppe ecotone in Inner Asia SCI/SSCI论文
2013
Authors:  Hu G. Z.;  Liu H. Y.;  Anenkhonov O. A.;  Korolyuk A. Y.;  Sandanov D. V.;  Guo D. L.
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Soil Temperature  Soil Freeze And Thaw  Forest-steppe Ecotone  Southern  Siberia  Northern China  Snowmelt Runoff  Surface Albedo  Climate-change  Vegetation  Cycle  Decomposition  Variability  Sensitivity  Mountains  Mongolia  
A negative carbon isotope excursion defines the boundary from Cambrian Series 2 to Cambrian Series 3 on the Yangtze Platform, South China SCI/SSCI论文
2010
Authors:  Guo Q. J.;  Strauss H.;  Liu C. Q.;  Zhao Y. L.;  Yang X. L.;  Peng J.;  Yang H.
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Cambrian Series 2-Cambrian Series 3  Negative Carbon Isotope Excursion  Biology Evolution  Jianshan And The Wuliu-zengjiayan Sections  Yangtze  Platform  Organic-matter  Event  Stratigraphy  Extinctions  Transition  Siberia  Spice  Basin  C-13  Ma