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22 December 2003 Progress report of research on eco-environmental evolution, control, and adjustment for arid land in Western China
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Since we started the National Key Project of Fundamental Research (China), “The research on eco-environmental evolution, control and adjustment for arid land in Western China,” four years ago we have made a number of important progresses. These progresses include many research fields: the palaeoclimate rebuilding and environmental change; the development process and driving forces of oases; the water-salt balance and main hydrology processes of oases; the oasis ecosystem’s structure, ecological process and stability; the coupling mechanism of three major ecosystems of mountain, oasis, and desert; the ecological landscape patterns’ evolution and its responses climate change; the ecological environmental effects of large industrial (construction) projects; the cause and spatial-temporal distribution of desertification; the establishment of experimental demonstration bases of ecological recovery and rebuilding; and adjustment and control of ecosystem and management models.
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Xiaoling Pan, Wei Gao, Yingjun Ma, Jie Zhang, Qifeng Lu, Guanghui Lu, Weiqing Li, and Qingdong Shi "Progress report of research on eco-environmental evolution, control, and adjustment for arid land in Western China", Proc. SPIE 5153, Ecosystems' Dynamics, Agricultural Remote Sensing and Modeling, and Site-Specific Agriculture, (22 December 2003); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.511850
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