Recently, scientists from Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources (NIEER), together with their colleagues from Northwest University and China Meteorological Administration (CMA), evaluated the thermal effect of snow cover on seasonally frozen ground regime.
Prof. WANG Kelin's research group from the Institute of Subtropical Agriculture found that eco-engineering is the main cause for vegetation increase in karst areas in southwest China.
Researchers from the Institute of Geochemistry and their collaborators conducted quantum chemistry modeling to obtain accurate intramolecular and intermolecular carbon and hydrogen isotope fractionation factors for butane isomers at equilibrium.
The Soil Chemistry Research Team from the Institute of Applied Ecology studied the relationships between the physical and chemical properties of soil aggregates of different sizes, and the biomass and richness of plants, as well as the responses of these variables to grassland management regimes (long-term nitrogen fertilization and mowing) on semi-arid meadows near the Erguna Forest-Steppe Ecotone Research Station.
New research by a team of scientists led by the Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology has provided new insight on the evolution of bioluminescence.
A group led by Prof. TONG Shouzheng from the Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences examined the nutrient stoichiometry and trade-offs of Carex schmidtii under different hydrological fluctuation conditions.
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