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Beidou Global Service to Help Deformation Monitoring of Earthquake-active Sarez Lake Dam

“Deformation Monitoring of the Sarez Lake Dam based on BeiDou Technology”, an international cooperation research project undertaken by the National Time Service Centre (NTSC) of Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) was launched in Lintong of Shaanxi Province in on March 17, 2021. It marked a substantial step for NTSC on "Belt and Road" international cooperation.

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  • Chinese researchers Report New Deep-sea Lobster Species

    Chinese researchers from the Institute of Oceanology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences have studied squat lobsters in four seamounts around ocean trenches in the tropical West Pacific and identified 11 new species.

  • China's FAST Telescope to Officially Open to Global Astronomers

    China's Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST), the world's largest single-dish and most sensitive radio telescope, will officially open to the world starting Wednesday. Astronomers worldwide can visit the official website to submit their applications for observations.

  • China Enhances Efforts to Improve Ecology of Yangtze River and Yellow River

    China is ramping up efforts to improve the ecology of its major waters, especially the Yangtze River and the Yellow River. Last month, China released its newly adjusted list of wild animals under State priority conservation, which indicates that the protection of Yangtze finless porpoise, an endangered species in the Yangtze River, has been upgraded from the second level to the highest level.

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