Grasslands have the capability to store carbon, functioning as an important tool in a battle against climate change. While scientific interest in grassland soil for carbon sequestration is not new, researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Colorado State University have provided a fresh analysis of the existing research on soil carbon sequestration in grasslands.
A research team led by Prof. DING Lin from the Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research has systematically explained the differential uplift process and its related deep dynamic mechanism of the Tibetan Plateau since the Cretaceous.
A research team led by Prof. YANG Jun from the Institute of Urban Environment has explored the spatial distribution of phytoplankton and zooplankton communities in 24 reservoirs in Southeast China.
A research group led by Prof. CHEN Guanghua from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics has provided a new perspective of the tropical cyclone size-intensity relationship, which highlights the physical mechanisms underlying coordinated changes within tropical cyclones.
Researchers from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics have analyzed the air quality assessment impact of increasing the number of monitoring stations. Their study focuses on both national and regional level between 2013 and 2018.
Researchers led by Dr. LI Xichen from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, collaborating with Dr. LI Jing from Peking University, have investigated the variability in dust activity in the Gobi Desert and North China from 1981 to 2021, and in particular, to explore the relative contributions of sea surface temperature variability in North Atlantic, Tropical Pacific and sea ice concentration in the Arctic to the spring dust activity in northeastern Asia.
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