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Frontiers of Forestry in China, ISSN 1673-3630, 10/2007, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp. 429 - 435
In order to explore the forest soil physical property in the Three Gorges Reservoir areas, the fractal theory was adopted to study the soil fractal features of... 
fractal dimension | soil properties | typical forest stands | soil structure | Jinyun Mountain | Life Sciences | Forestry | Soil structure | Jinyun mountain | Fractal dimension | Soil properties | Typical forest stands | Fractals | Forest soils
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Urban Ecosystems, ISSN 1083-8155, 6/2016, Volume 19, Issue 2, pp. 867 - 883
Monitoring air pollution at a city scale is essential for controlling urban air pollution in cities, especially megacities, in China. In this paper, data for 1... 
Life Sciences | Nature Conservation | Typical weather processes | PM 2.5 | Vegetation | Ecology | Urban forest | Non-vegetation | Urban Ecology | Environmental Management | DEPOSITION VELOCITY | AEROSOLS | PARTICLES | PARTICULATE MATTER PM2.5 | SENSITIVITY | PM2 | SULFATE | CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION | PM10 | ECOLOGY | FINE | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | CLIMATE
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Nature Environment and Pollution Technology, ISSN 0972-6268, 2017, Volume 16, Issue 2, pp. 471 - 477
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Сибирский лесной журнал, ISSN 2311-1410, 2016, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp. 3 - 9
Forest genetic resources are the aggregate of genofonds of native and cultivar populations of forest woody plants, valuable really or potential for specific... 
valuable really or potential for specific territory (A brief dictionary… 2014). Forest genetic resources are studied in practice in most cases on example of forest-forming woody plants. It is necessary to consider of study of these resources in two positions: taxonomic and geographic. Forest forming coniferous species are studied best of all from the taxonomic point of view taking into account biodiversity. Genetic polymorphism is studied most in detail with such species as Pinus sylvestris | which does not grow in the south regions of Siberia. Noted regularity is explained simply of more difficult availability of forests in the north Siberian regions. Certainly the north forests are characterized as a general rule by bad productivity | forest genetic resources | geographic and morphological variability | Larix sibirica | north forests are represented in most cases by autochthonous stands that raise value of their genetic resources. It is necessary to note too that investigations of species of woody plants near the north edge of their range (by south range edge | Picea ajanensis are studied considerable worse. Materials about genetic polymorphism of forest forming foliage species – representative of genera Betula and Populus are absent. Caryological polymorphism is studied sufficiently well in all Siberian conifer species. It should be noted especially attached to examination of this problem | Larix sibirica. These investigations were conducted both in natural populations and in provenance trials. Such investigations of another conifer and foliage species either are shown by separate fragments or are absent at all Geographic variability is shown in a large measure in the operative forest seed sources regionalization. Numerous investigations directed to the analysis of morphological variability are conducted by all forest forming species in the first place by conifers. Questions of hereditary determination of either signs remain in this problem. Similar questions concern the variability of other signs: phonological peculiarities | resin productivity etc. It can be noted from the geographic point of view. General typical peculiarity for all species: best study of forest genetic resources in the south regions and worse study in the north regions. This fact concerns all species with the exception of Larix cajanderi | Abies sibirica. Populations of Larix gmelinii | Picea obovata | Larix sukaczevii | Siberia | Larix cajanderi | too) are an important component of the adaptive breeding of their species. It is necessary to take into account by analysis of Siberian forest genetic resources specifics of different types of woody plants populations: isolated insular populations outside the main areas | but they have great ecological importance. Besides that | that individuals with B-chromosome were discovered first by gymnosperms as an example Picea obovata. Discovery in Siberia of triploid asp deserve special attention. Geographic variability is shown most broadly in the investigations of Pinus sylvestris | Pinus sibirica | genetic and caryological polymorphism
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Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology, ISSN 1001-9332, 12/2011, Volume 22, Issue 12, pp. 3123 - 3130
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Soil Biology and Biochemistry, ISSN 0038-0717, 07/2014, Volume 74, pp. 70 - 81
Sinks of methane (CH ) become highly variable due to both human activity and climate change. An urgent need therefore exists to budget key sinks of CH , such... 
CH4 budget | Climate change | Inner Mongolia | Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau | Anthropogenic activity | budget | N2O FLUXES | TYPICAL GRASSLANDS | ATMOSPHERIC METHANE | CH4 UPTAKE | INNER-MONGOLIA | NITROUS-OXIDE | SOIL SCIENCE | IRRIGATED RICE CULTIVATION | CARBON-DIOXIDE | ALPINE MEADOW SOIL | Methane | Grasslands | Global temperature changes | Soil erosion | Analysis | Forest management | Forests and forestry
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日本森林学会北海道支部論文集, ISSN 1882-7039, 2010, Volume 58, pp. 67 - 70
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Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, ISSN 0162-0134, 2005, Volume 99, Issue 9, pp. 1807 - 1816
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Remote Sensing, ISSN 2072-4292, 2015, Volume 7, Issue 9, pp. 11183 - 11201
Water use efficiency (WUE) is a useful indicator to illustrate the interaction of carbon and water cycles in terrestrial ecosystems. MODIS gross primary... 
Validation | Remote sensing products | Water use efficiency | ChinaFLUX | GRASSLAND ECOSYSTEMS | SURFACE FLUXES | FOREST ECOSYSTEMS | GPP | EVAPOTRANSPIRATION ALGORITHM | TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEMS | FLUX MEASUREMENTS | water use efficiency | REMOTE SENSING | TYPICAL FOREST | remote sensing products | TOWER DATA | validation | Grasslands | Forests | Covariance | Ecosystems | Bias | Water use | Flux | Eddies | MODIS
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