A research team led by Prof. ZENG Fanjiang from the Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography revealed that groundwater depths affect nutrient resorption but not their utilization of a desert phreatophyte, Alhagi sparsifolia.
A special issue by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics provides a deeper understanding of atmospheric oxidation capacity mechanisms.
Scientists from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics find summer rainfall on the Tibetan Plateau is highly predictable on multiyear timescales in large ensemble predictions.
Researchers developed a simple-to-use Multivariable Integrated Evaluation Tool (MVIETool) coded with Python/NCL to facilitate climate model evaluation and models inter-comparison, improving the MVIE method.
Researchers from the Institute of Geochemistry and their collaborators explored the miscibility of calcium silicate perovskite and bridgmanite.
Recently, a research group led by Prof. FANG Yunting from the Institute of Applied Ecology first deployed two types of active sampling techniques with different sampling orders between vehicular exhaust ammonia and particulate ammonium collection in a long urban tunnel of Shenyang, China.
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