• Z. Zong-Ci, L. Yong, H. Jian-Bin
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 133-136

  • Z. Zong-Ci, L. Yong, H. Jian-Bin
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 137-144

    There is scientific progress in the evaluation methods of recent Earth system models (ESMs). Methods range from single variable to multi-variables, multi-processes, multi-phenomena [...]

  • Z. Zong-Ci, L. Yong, H. Jian-Bin
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 51-56

  • S. Zhu
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 17-27

    This paper reviews the CO2 emissions data for China provided by various international organizations and databases (namely IEA, BP, EDGAR/PBL/JRC, CDIAC, EIA and CAIT) and [...]

  • X. Zhuang, K. Jiang, X. Zhao
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 159-165

    By using methods of carbon footprint analysis, and impacts of population, affluence and technology (IPAT), this article analyzes the carbon footprints of residence and travel, [...]

  • J. Zhu-Gang, C. Wen-Jia, W. Can
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 34-40

    Consensus and disagreements between China and the U.S. are the key factors influencing the direction that global climate negotiation is heading for. By taking into account [...]

  • S. Zhou, M. Shi, N. Li, Y. Yuan
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 124-133

    In this paper we examine the impacts of carbon tax policy on CO2 mitigation effects and economic growth in China by using a dynamic energy-environment-economy computable general [...]

  • W. Zhou, N. Jin, Z. Lin, G. Wu
    (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 92-100

    Here we review the activities and recent accomplishments resulting from the global change and Future Earth initiative studies in China. As a new international research initiative, [...]

  • G. Zhi, X. Zhang, H. Cheng, J. Jin, F. Zhang, T. Wang, X. Zhang
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 12-22

    Black carbon (BC) aerosol, accounting for a minor fraction of atmospheric aerosols, is attracting increased attention due to its impact on air quality, human health, and climate [...]

  • W. Zhi-Yong, L. Gui-Hua, L. Zhi-Yu, W. Jin-Xing, X. Heng

    The study investigated the trend of extreme flood events in the Pearl River basin during 1951–2010. Stream flow data at 23 gauging stations were used for the study. The [...]

  • M. Zheng, L. Cao
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 189-196

    Using the UVic Earth System Model, this study simulated the change of seawater chemistry and analyzed the chemical habitat surrounding shallow- and cold-water coral reefs [...]

  • M. Zhen-Feng, L. Jia, Z. Shun-Qian, C. Wen-Xiu, Y. Shu-Qun

    The present study focused on statistical analysis of interannual, interdecadal variations of climate variables and extreme climate events during the period of 1961–2010 [...]

  • M. Zhen-Feng, L. Jia, Y. Shu-Qun
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 223-229

    Due to climate change, the regional agro-climatic conditions in Southwest China have undergone changes. The heat sources for the growth of crops have been improved. The number [...]

  • Z. Zhao, Y. Luo, Y. Jiang
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 225-228

  • H. Zhao, G. Jun-Qin, Z. Cun-Jie, S. Lan-Dong, Z. Xu-Dong, L. Jing-Jing, W. You-Heng, F. Feng, M. Peng-Li, L. Cai-Hong, L. Yan-Chun, F. Jian-Gang, L. Lin, L. Hong-Mei, Z. Guang-Fen, D. Zhen-Yong, D. An-Xiang
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 7-16

    Climate change resulted in changes in crop growth duration and planting structure, northward movement of planting region, and more severe plant diseases and insect pests in [...]

  • F. Zhao, L. Yin, L. Gao
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 142-148

    To identify potentially unfair use of international aviation carbon emission rights in different countries, this paper presents a carbon Lorenz curve and Gini coefficient, [...]

  • H. Zhang, Z. Wang
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 23-30

    Black carbon (BC) aerosols can strongly absorb solar radiation in very broad spectral wavebands, from the visible to the infrared. As a potential factor contributing to global [...]

  • W. Zhang, X. Pan
    (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 99-104

    The 21st Conference of Party (COP21) held in Paris at the end of 2015 has opened a new era for the joint response dealing with climate change globally, and built up a new [...]

  • D. Zhang, Y. Liang
    (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 91-99

    Between 1876 and 1878 a large-scale drought occurred in China. This is a major meteorological disaster and an extreme climate event despite the cold climate at the end of [...]

  • D. Zhang, X. Gao, A. Zakey, F. Giorgi
    (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 145-153

    In order to understand impacts of global warming on dust aerosol over East Asia, a regional climate model (RegCM3) coupled with a dust model is employed to simulate the present [...]

  • H. Zhang, B. Xie, S. Zhao, Q. Chen
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 136-141

    This study reviewed the status of PM2.5 and tropospheric O3 observations in China (15–55°N, 72–136°E). Initially, the distribution of tropospheric O3 over the globe [...]

  • M. Zhang, X. Zhang, R. Liu, L. Hu
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 131-135

    Three total column dry-air mole fractions of CO2 (XCO2 ) products from satellite retrievals, namely SCIAMACHY, NIES-GOSAT, and ACOS-GOSAT, in the Northern Hemisphere were [...]

  • X. Zhang
    (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 17-25

    Biomass energy would become the most potential renewable energies, for whether wind power or photovoltaic, would be restricted by the nature thus cannot provide stable power, [...]

  • D. Zhang
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 38-42

    The calibration of paleoclimate proxies is one of the key problems in the study of paleoclimate at present. Historical documentary records of climate are suitable for calibration [...]

  • X. Zhang
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 171-177

    Article 3 paragraph 3 and paragraph 4 of the Kyoto Protocol (KP) allow parties to use credits from land-based activities for offsetting their emission reduction/limitation [...]

  • D. Zhang
    (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 128-137

    Following disastrous flooding in several river valleys over eastern China in 1755, serious flooding occurred in the middle and lower reaches of the Yellow River in 1756 and [...]

  • R. Zhang
    (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 131-140

    In the last half century, a significant warming trend occurred in summer over eastern China in the East Asian monsoon region. However, there were no consistent trends with [...]

  • X. Zhang
    (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 126-130

    Within the context of our current research and understanding of climate change, decisionmakers are particularly concerned with the extent of future climate change, its comprehensive [...]

  • H. Yu, S. Zhu
    (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 56-66

    This article explains the challenges and evolution of climate change governance by linking governance and diplomacy. The challenges of climate change involve not only international [...]

  • S. Yu, X. Gao, C. Ma, L. Zhai
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 79-85

    Global long-term emission reduction targets need well defined options for equitable allocation of greenhouse gas emissions. Scholars from developing countries put forward [...]

  • Y. Yuan, C. Wen-Jia, W. Can, W. Si-Qiang
    (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 220-228

    To meet China’s CO2 intensity target of 40%–45% reduction by 2020 based on the 2005 level, a regional allocation method based on cluster analysis is developed. Thirty [...]

  • J. Yuan-An, C. Ying, Z. Yi-Zhou, C. Peng-Xiang, Y. Xing-Jie, F. Jing, B. Su-Qin

    By using the observation data from 89 weather stations in Xinjiang during 1961–2010, this paper analyzed the basic climatic elements including temperature, precipitation, [...]

  • Y. Yong-Na, S. Min-Jun, L. Na, Z. Sheng-Lü
    (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 154-162

    The intensity allocation criteria of carbon emissions permits and its influence on China’s regional development are analyzed through the 30-province/autonomous region computable [...]

  • R. Yong-Jian, C. Jiang-Xue, W. Su-Qin, L. Min, C. Zheng-Hong, L. Yu-Fang, W. Ji-Jun
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 215-222

    In Central China, the obvious climate change has happened along with global warming. Based on the observational analysis, the climate change has significant effects, both [...]

  • X. Yin, T. Dai, J. Xin, D. Gong, J. Yang, N. Teruyuki, G. Shi
    (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 90-98

    A Local Ensemble Transform Kalman Filter assimilation system has been implemented into an aerosol-coupled global nonhydrostatic model to simulate the aerosol mass concentration [...]

  • H. Yin, H. Liu, L. Huang, H. Yu, S. Guo, F. Wang, P. Guo
    (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 100-106

    The monthly mean temperature for October in the Fenglin National Natural Reserve of Wuying, in Heilongjiang province, was reconstructed for the period running from 1796 to [...]

  • X. Ying, Z. Bing, Z. Bo-Tao, D. Si-Yan, Y. Li, L. Rou-Ke

    Based on the simulations of 22 CMIP5 models in combination with socio-economic data and terrain elevation data, the spatial distribution of risk levels of flood disaster and [...]

  • H. Yi-Ling, C. Bao-De, Y. Xu-Chao, L. Ping
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 84-91

    By using in situ daily observations in East China during 1961–2007 and NCEP reanalysis data, the methods of statistical analyses, urban minus rural and observation minus [...]

  • H. Yi-Ling, M. Hai-Zhen, D. Guang-Tao, S. Jun
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 74-80

    By using data of daily electricity consumption and temperature for the period 2003–2007 in Shanghai, the variation of energy consumption and the correlations between energy [...]

  • D. Ye, W. Dong
    (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 46-48

    This is a letter from two Chinese scientists to Dr. Dahe Qin, Co-Chair of IPCC Working Group I. Human society has taken an historical step to address climate change issue. [...]

  • Q. Ye
    (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 10-16

    This paper analyzes the role of nuclear power of Chinas energy structure and industry system. Comparing with other renewable energy the nuclear power chain has very low greenhouse [...]

  • Y. Yao, L. Yong, H. Jian-Bin
    (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 179-185

    Evaluation and projection of temperature extremes over China are carried out with 8 model datasets from CMIP5. Compared with the NCEP reanalysis data, multi-model weighted [...]

  • D. Yao-Dong, A. Hui, D. Hai-Lai, H. Ya-Min, W. Xian-Wei, H. Jian, W. Hong-Yu, W. Xiao-Xuan

    Daily climate data at 110 stations during 1961–2010 were selected to examine the changing characteristics of climate factors and extreme climate events in South China. The [...]

  • D. Yao-Dong, W. Xian-Wei, Y. Xiao-Feng, M. Wen-Jun, A. Hui, W. Xiao-Xuan
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 208-214

    This study reviews the impacts of climate change on human health and presents corresponding adaptation strategies in South China. The daily mean surface air temperatures above [...]

  • D. Yao-Dong, C. Xu-Hua, W. Xian-Wei, A. Hui, D. Hai-Lai, H. Jian, W. Xiao-Xuan
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 201-207

    This paper reviews assessment of climate change impacts on economy, society and ecological environment in the coastal areas of South China based on published literatures, [...]

  • Y. Yan, X. Zheng-Hui
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 117-126

    The regional climate model RegCM4 was used to investigate the regional climate effects of land cover change over China. Two 24-year simulations (1978–2001), one with the [...]

  • Z. Yan, J. Wang, J. Xia, J. Feng
    (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 154-168

    This paper summarizes recent studies on the effects of urbanization on climate in China. The effects of urbanization on local climate trends have been re-estimated based on [...]

  • C. Yan, J. Zhi-Hong, C. Wei-Lin, Z. Ruo-Yu
    (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 76-83

    Based on the 1961–1990 observed daily precipitation in the Changjiang-Huaihe River Basin, the NCEP/NCAR reanalysis data, and the HadCM3 model data for IPCC SRES A1B climate [...]

  • G. Yan, D. Wen-Jie, R. Fu-Min, Z. Zong-Ci, H. Jian-Bin
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 145-152

    Historical simulations of annual mean surface air temperature over China with 25 CMIP5 models were assessed. The observational data from CRUT3v and CN05 were used and further [...]

  • J. Yan, H. Liu, Z. Hao, X. Zhang, J. Zheng
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 118-122

    The snow-cover days over the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River (MLRYR) were extracted from Chinese historical documents for the winter of 1620, which includes [...]

  • J. Yang, C. Wan
    (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 55-62

    The impacts of global climate change on ski tourism, which depends heavily on climate conditions, have increasingly gained concern overseas. This paper systematically summarized [...]

  • S. Yan-Ling, C. De-Liang, L. Yan-Ju, X. Ying
    (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 138-146

    By assuming constant winter wheat varieties and agricultural practices in China, the influence of climate change on winter wheat is simulated using the corrected future climate [...]

  • Z. Ya-Min, F. Yong-Sheng
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 28-33

    The emission control of non-CO2 greenhouse gases is conducive to slowing down global warming. It is also helpful in controlling environmental pollution, and beneficial in [...]

  • X. Xu, W. Lin
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 43-48

    Long-term trends of yearly and seasonal averages of tropospheric ozone over the whole country and some important regions of China during 1979–2005 are analyzed, based on [...]

  • W. Xu, Q. Li, S. Yang, Y. Xu
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 111-117

    This paper analyzes the status of existing resources through extensive research and international cooperation on the basis of four typical global monthly surface temperature [...]

  • S. Xue-Li, H. Hui-Juan, R. Hong-Chang
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 250-259

    The impacts of land cover changes on regional climate in Shaan-Gan-Ning (SGN) in western China were simulated with RegCM3. Sensitivity experiments were conducted by replacing [...]

  • Z. Xing, Z. You-Fei, K. Na, Z. Wei, Y. Ji-Fu
    (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 205-211

    Based on the statistics from the China Statistical Yearbook (2000–2009) on environment and methods recommended by the IPCC, the amounts of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions [...]

  • J. Xing-Jie, W. Ji-Jun, G. Wan-Long, Z. Ye-Yu, L. Feng-Xiu
    (2010).(25) pp. 195-204

    The annual and seasonal trends in pan evaporation in the lower Yellow River Basin based on quality-controlled data from 10 meteorological stations in 1961–2010 are analyzed. [...]

  • W. Xin-Yu, W. Shao-Wu, L. Yong, Z. Zong-Ci, H. Jian-Bin
    (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 229-232

  • W. Xin-Yu, W. Shao-Wu, L. Yong, Z. Zong-Ci, H. Jian-Bin

  • B. Xie, H. Zhang, D. Yang, Z. Wang
    (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 241-246

    An atmospheric general circulation model BCC_AGCM2.0 and observation data from ARIS were used to calculate the effective radiative forcing (ERF) due to increased methane concentration [...]

  • L. Xiao, Y. Ye, B. Wei
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 218-224

    Based on the records of social revolts in the Actual Annals of Qing Dynasty (a collection of official records), the revolts frequency (amount of counties where revolts happened [...]

  • W. Xiao-Ying, Z. Chun-Yu, J. Qing-Yu
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 230-241

    This paper reviews the studies and research on climate change impacts on the forest ecosystems in Northeast China. The results show that in the context of global and regional [...]

  • W. Xiao-Juan, G. Zhi-Qiang, R. Fu-Min, F. Guo-Lin
    (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 186-194

    An objective identification technique is used to detect regional extreme low temperature events (RELTE) in China during 1960–2009. Their spatial-temporal characteristics [...]

  • X. Xiao-Ge, W. Tong-Wen, Z. Jie
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 41-49

    The climate system models from Beijing Climate Center, BCC_CSM1.1 and BCC_CSM1.1-M, are used to carry out most of the CMIP5 experiments. This study gives a general introduction [...]

  • G. Wu, Z. Cong, S. Kang, K. Kawamura, P. Fu, Y. Zhang, X. Wan, S. Gao, B. Liu
    (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 82-89

    Recently, the light-absorbing organic carbon, i.e., brown carbon (BrC), has received an increasing attention, because they could significantly absorb the solar radiation in [...]

  • X. Wen, G. Tang, S. Wang, J. Huang
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 187-192

    Studies on the reconstruction of global mean temperature series are reviewed by introducing three series, HadCRUT3, NCDC, and GISS in details. Satellite data have been used [...]

  • H. Wen-Jian, C. Hai-Shan
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 166-172

    The NCAR Community Atmosphere Model (CAM4.0) was used to investigate the climate effects of land use/land cover change (LUCC). Two simulations, one with potential land cover [...]

  • S. Wei, L. Jian, Y. Ru-Cong
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 160-165

    Hourly data of 42 rain gauges over South China during 1966–2005 were used to analyze the corresponding relation between precipitation extremes and surface air temperature [...]

  • J. Watson, M. Rao, K. Ai-Li, X. Yan
    (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 1-11

    Climate change has been linked to well-documented changes in physiology, phenology, species distributions, and in some cases, extinction. Projections of future change point [...]

  • T. Wan, Y. Dou, L. Wang, L. Yang, X. Zhou, D. Wan, J. Hu
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 86-92

    China is the largest producer and consumer of hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), and the production of HCFC-22 accounts for more than 80% of all HCFCs. This paper concentrates [...]

  • Y. Wang, L. Zou
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 162-168

    To achieve the goals of national sustainable development, the peaking control of CO2 emissions is pivotal, as well as other pollutants. In this paper, we build a Chinese inter-regional [...]

  • S. Wang, X. Wen, Y. Luo, G. Tang, Z. Zhao, J. Huang
    (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 49-54

    Issues related to the pause of global warming in the last decade are reviewed. It is indicated that: (1) The decade of 1999–2008 is still the warmest of the last 30 years, [...]

  • F. Wang, W. Lin, J. Wang, T. Zhu
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 141-148

    The exchanges of NOx between snow and air have significant impact on the atmospheric components and photochemical processes in the overlying boundary layer. Such exchanges [...]

  • Y. Wang, C. Gao, J. Zhai, X. Li, B. Su, H. Hartmann
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 197-205

    A socio-economic data set on Chinas historical flood losses for the period 1984–2012 was compiled to analyze the exposed population, economy, and crop area as well as the [...]

  • Z. Wang, J. Zhang, L. Pan, F. Yang, L. Shi
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 181-188

    Chinas energy carbon emissions are projected to peak in 2030 with approximately 110% of its 2020 level under the following conditions: 1) Chinas gross primary energy consumption [...]

  • C. Wang, T. Zhou, Z. Lin, N. Jin
    (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 84-91

    This article provides an overview to Future Earth activities carried out by the Chinese National Committee for Future Earth (CNC-FE). Future Earth is an international research [...]

  • S. Wang, L. Cao, N. Li
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 123-130

    Based on simulations using the University of Victorias Earth System Climate Model, we analyzed the responses of the ocean carbon cycle to increasing atmospheric CO2 levels [...]

  • F. Teng, J. He, X. Pan, C. Zhang
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 134-140

    This paper uses Lorenz curve and Gini index with adjustment to per capita historical cumulative emission to construct carbon Gini index to measure inequality in climate change [...]

  • S. Tao, Y. Xu, K. Liu, J. Pan, S. Gou
    (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 203-210

    With the deepening of climate change research, more attention has been paid to vulnerability to climate change. Compared with water resources, forests and other natural ecosystems, [...]

  • G. Tang, Y. Ding, S. Wang, G. Ren, H. Liu, L. Zhang
    (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 11-19

    Temperature change plays a crucial role in global change sciences. In the past several decades, comprehensive findings have been achieved on temperature change in China for [...]

  • W. Su-Qin, G. Yuan, Z. Bo, W. Hai-Jun, L. Min, S. Rui-Qin, W. Kai

    Based on the observations from 239 meteorological stations located in Central China (Henan, Hubei and Hunan provinces), this paper focuses on the climate change facts during [...]

  • N. Su-Ping, L. Yong, L. Wei-Ping, W. Tong-Wen, S. Xue-Li, W. Zai-Zhi

    A series of quality control (QC) procedures were performed on a gauge-based global daily precipitation dataset from the Global Telecommunication System (GTS) for the period [...]

  • L. Song, G. Rong, L. Ying, W. Guo-Fu
    (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 1-6

    The characteristics of haze days and the climatic background are analyzed by using daily observations of haze, precipitation, mean and maximum wind speed of 664 meteorological [...]

  • Z. Song-Li, W. Wen-Tao
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 60-68

    Based on the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities, the UNFCCC has different requirements on national GHG inventories submitted by Annex I and non-Annex [...]

  • T. Shi, Y. Huang, H. Wang, C. Shi, Y. Yang
    (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 7-15

    In this paper, five national meteorological stations in Anhui province are taken as typical examples to explore the effects of local urbanization on their thermal environment [...]

  • P. Shi, G. Zhang, F. Kong, Q. Ye
    (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 151-158

    This research quantitatively recognized the wind speed change using wind speed trend and trend of wind speed variability from 1961 to 2012 and regionalized the wind speed [...]

  • H. Shi-Yi, K. Zhi-Qiang, L. Qing-Yan, W. Ling-Ling
    (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 54-58

    The karst process acts as carbon sequestration for atmospheric CO2 . The amount of karst carbon sequestration (KCS) depends on the discharge of karst catchment and inorganic [...]

  • L. Sheng-Qiang, M. Xian-Qiang, G. Yu-Bing, X. You-Kai
    (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 147-153

    From the perspective of life cycle assessment (LCA), the development, construction, and operation of all kinds of new energy power generation technologies release greenhouse [...]

  • W. Shao-Hong, P. Tao, H. Shan-Feng
    (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 92-98

    This paper discusses theories and methods of climate change risk studies for the research expansion in China. Climate change risks consist of three basic components including [...]

  • Z. Shan-Shan, W. Xiao-Ling
    (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 121-127

    Decadal variations of extreme tropical cyclones (TCs) influencing China were investigated based on the tracks, landfall information, precipitation and wind data during 1949–2009. [...]

  • A. Reder, G. Rianna, R. Vezzoli, P. Mercogliano
    (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 169-184

    The aim of this work is to investigate the soil water budget across China by means of hydrological modeling under current and future climate conditions and to evaluate the [...]

  • D. Rayner, C. Achberger, D. Chen
    (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 70-81

    This paper describes a new weather generator – the 10-state empirical model – that combines a 10-state, first-order Markov chain with a non-parametric precipitation amounts [...]

  • P. Quevauviller, M. Gemmer
    (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 74-79

    Changes in hydrometeorological characteristics and risks have been observed and are projected to increase under climate change. These considerations are scientifically well [...]

  • D. Qin, Y. Ding
    (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 1-10

    On the basis of analyzing the importance of cryospheric researches in China and current status of cryospheric sciences in the world, this paper addresses key issues and main [...]

  • Q. Pei-Hua, C. Feng, X. Zheng-Hui
    (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 173-181

    The regional climate model RegCM3 incorporating the crop model CERES, called the RegCM3_CERES model, was used to study the effects of crop growth and development on regional [...]



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