22 December 2003 Preliminary simulation study on regional climate change in Xinjiang, China
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Under the conditions of global warming, the degenerated ecological environment has threatened human survival. Therefore, people will gradually pay more attention to the environmental problem of climate change. This paper analyzes the distribution features of air temperature, relative humidity (precipitation), and the horizontal stream field in Xinjiang for July 1997. In order to do the integration of one month (July, 1997) we ran the model NCAP/PENN MM5V3. Data from WLCCD (the latest World Land Cover Characteristics Database) was used to relate the two research domains of the model, and also to replace the vegetation in the MM5. The data in the WWLCD depends on the actual land surface characteristics. It was found that the general law of air temperature, relative humidity (precipitation) and the horizontal stream field of 1000hPa in Xinjiang in July of 1997 by means of the model. The mean regional data for July helped prefect the theory that humans are controlling the ecological environment in order to prevent and control desertification. Among these results, the simulated air temperature was the best.
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Chunqiong Yuan, Chunqiong Yuan, Qingyu Guo, Qingyu Guo, Hongbing Xie, Hongbing Xie, Xiaoling Pan, Xiaoling Pan, Subai Anabiek, Subai Anabiek, } "Preliminary simulation study on regional climate change in Xinjiang, China", Proc. SPIE 5153, Ecosystems' Dynamics, Agricultural Remote Sensing and Modeling, and Site-Specific Agriculture, (22 December 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.511862; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.511862
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