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Tree-ring delta O-18 inferred spring drought variability over the past 200 years in the Hengduan Mountains, Southwest China 期刊论文
Authors:  Zhao, Fan;  Fan, Zexin;  Su, Tao;  Li, Shufeng;  Tang, He;  Spicer, Teresa E. V.;  Zhou, Zhekun
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Dendroclimatology  Relative humidity  Abies delavayi  El Nino-Southern Oscillation  Asian summer monsoon  
Ring-widths of the above tree-line shrub Rhododendron reveal the change of minimum winter temperature over the past 211 years in Southwestern China 期刊论文
CLIMATE DYNAMICS, 2017, 卷号: 48, 期号: 1, 页码: 3919-3933
Authors:  Bi, Yingfeng;  Xu, Jianchu;  Yang, Jinchao;  Li, Zongshan;  Gebrekirstos, Aster;  Liang, Eryuan;  Zhang, Shibao;  Yang, Yang;  Yang, Yongping;  Yang, Xuefei
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Minimum Winter Temperature  Rhododendron  Ring-width  Shrub  Southwestern China  
西南山地树线交错带灌木和乔木植物径向生长与气候变化 学位论文
: 中国科学院大学, 2016
Authors:  毕迎凤
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Ecosystem Evapotranspiration as a Response to Climate and Vegetation Coverage Changes in Northwest Yunnan, China 期刊论文
PLOS ONE, 2015, 卷号: 10, 期号: 8
Authors:  Yang, Hao;  Luo, Peng;  Wang, Jun;  Mou, Chengxiang;  Mo, Li;  Wang, Zhiyuan;  Fu, Yao;  Lin, Honghui;  Yang, Yongping;  Bhatta, Laxmi Dutt
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Consequences of defaunation for a tropical tree community 期刊论文
ECOLOGY LETTERS, 2013, 卷号: 16, 期号: 5, 页码: 687-694
Authors:  Harrison, Rhett D.;  Tan, Sylvester;  Plotkin, Joshua B.;  Slik, Ferry;  Detto, Matteo;  Brenes, Tania;  Itoh, Akira;  Davies, Stuart J.
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Biodiversity  Bushmeat  Conservation  Defaunation  Hunting  National Park  Rainforest  Seed Dispersal  Spatial Pattern  Tropical  
Biogeographic diversification in Nolana (Solanaceae), a ubiquitous member of the Atacama and Peruvian Deserts along the western coast of South America 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION, 2009, 卷号: 47, 期号: 5, 页码: 457-476
Authors:  Dillon, Michael O.;  Tu, Tieyao;  Xie, Lei;  Quipuscoa Silvestre, Victor;  Wen, Jun
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Atacama Desert  Biogeography  Chloroplast Dna  Leafy Second Intron  Nolana  Peruvian Desert  Solanaceae  South America