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  • The McMahon line and after. A study of the triangular contest on India's North eastern frontier between Britain, China and Tibet
  • Dust fall in the Takla Makan Desert of China
  • Aeolian dust ; Aeolian features ; Aeolian transport ; Arid area ; China ; Clay mineral ; Desert ; Dune ; Eastern China ; Grain size distribution ; Wind speed
  • ; to interpret the influence of the physical environment on those sedimentary characteristics; and to evaluate the possible relationship between the eolian sediments from the Takla Makan Desert and those from eastern China and the North Pacific Ocean.
  • Patterns and driving factors of WUE and NUE in natural forest ecosystems along the North-South Transect of Eastern China
  • Adaptation ; Biogeochemical cycle ; Carbon cycle ; China ; Climatic change ; Eastern China ; Ecosystem ; Forest ; Nitrogen ; Nitrogen cycle ; Water cycle ; Water use
  • Adaptación ; Aprovechamientodel agua ; Bosque ; Cambio climático ; China ; China del Este ; Ciclo biogeoquímico ; Ciclo del agua ; Ciclo del carbono ; Ciclo del nitrógeno ; Ecosistema ; Nitrógeno
  • From July 2008 to August 2008, 72 leaf samples from 22 species and 81 soil samples in the 9 natural forest ecosystems were collected, from north to south along the North-South Transect of Eastern China (NSTEC). Based on these samples, the AA
  • The decreasing spring frost risks during the flowering period for woody plants in temperate area of eastern China over past 50 years
  • Bioclimatology ; China ; Climatic change ; Climatic hazard ; Climatic trend ; Frost ; North-Eastern China ; Northern China ; Phenology ; Spring (season) ; Temperate zone
  • Bioclimatología ; Cambio climático ; China ; China del Norte ; Fenología ; Helada ; Primavera ; Riesgo climático ; Tendencia del clima ; Zona templada
  • of frost occurrence were analyzed. Through these analyses, frost risk during the flowering period at each site was estimated. Results suggested that first flowering dates (FFD) in the study area advanced significantly from 1963 to 2009 in North China. Over
  • to frost during the flowering period in spring, exhibited a decreasing trend in Northeast China and in North China, implying that frost risk has reduced over the past half century.
  • Cyclic Quaternary alluviation and terracing in a nonglaciated drainage basin on the north flank of the Qinling Shan, Central China
  • China ; Climatic variation ; Eastern China ; Loess ; Monsoon ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeosol ; Quaternary ; Stratigraphy ; Tectonics
  • Climatic geomorphology of the North-eastern part of the Quinghai-Xizang plateau, People's Republic of China
  • Inhomogeneity characteristics of snow in Northeast China
  • Atmospheric circulation ; China ; Climatic trend ; North-Eastern China ; Precipitation ; Snow ; Spatial distribution ; Water vapor
  • China ; Circulación atmosférica ; Distribución espacial ; Nieve ; Precipitación ; Tendencia del clima ; Vapor de agua
  • Based on 1961–2005 observed winter precipitation data in Northeast China, the temporal and spatial variations of snow concentration degree (SCD) and snow concentration period (SCP), together with the circulation characteristics when
  • there is a higher SCD, are computed and analyzed. Results show that SCD in Northeast China presents a yearly rising tendency and SCP decreases obviously. By referring to the vapor transmission map, it is the vapor moving northwestward along the northern side
  • of the core that exerts great impacts on Northeast China.
  • [b2] China Meteorological Administration Training Centre, Beijing, Chine
  • Climate and crop yields impacted by ENSO episodes on the North China Plain : 1956-2006
  • Agroclimatology ; Cereal ; China ; ENSO ; Maize ; North-Eastern China ; Teleconnection ; Wheat
  • Agroclimatología ; Cereal ; China ; Maíz ; Teleconexión ; Trigo
  • Magnetostratigraphic dating of the Donggutuo and Maliang Paleolithic sites in the Nihewan Basin, North China
  • Archaeology ; Archeological site ; Biostratigraphy ; China ; Dating ; Human occupation ; Lacustrine sediment ; Northern China ; Palaeolithic ; Palaeomagnetism ; Pleistocene ; Quaternary
  • groups from northern to north-central China during the entire Early Pleistocene.
  • A detailed magnetostratigraphic investigation, coupled with rock-magnetic studies, was carried out on a lacustrine sequence in the eastern Nihewan Basin, which contains the Donggutuo and Maliang Paleolithic sites. Magnetite and hematite were
  • Land use change in Northeast China in the twentieth century : a note on sources, methods and patterns
  • China ; Data ; Historical geography ; Land use ; North-Eastern China ; Twentieth Century
  • Soil erosion along a long slope in the gentle hilly areas of black soil region in Northeast China
  • Brown soil ; China ; Hedge ; Heilongjiang ; Hill ; North-Eastern China ; Runoff ; Slope ; Soil erosion
  • Degradation of permafrost in the Xing'anling Mountains, Northeastern China
  • China ; Climatic warming ; Cold area ; Deforestation ; Degradation ; Mountain ; North-Eastern China ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost
  • Forest phenological patterns of Northeast China inferred from MODIS data
  • China ; Forest ; North-Eastern China ; Phenology ; Remote sensing ; Spatial distribution ; Typology ; Vegetation index
  • This paper describes the application of Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) time series data for forest phenological patterns. The forest phenological phase of Northeast China (NE China) and its spatial characteristics were
  • ) and growing season length (GSL). Then the spatial patterns of forest phenological variables of NE China were mapped and analyzed. Results indicate that forest phenological phase from MODIS data is comparable with the observed data.
  • Soil losses due to potato and sugar beet harvesting in NE China
  • Agricultural technique ; Agropedology ; China ; Crop ; North-Eastern China ; Potato ; Sediment budget ; Soil erosion ; Soil properties ; Sugar beet
  • This study investigated soil loss due to crop harvesting (SLCH) for potato and sugar beet plots on farmer's fields spread over 4 regions in northeast China where harvesting is carried out by hand. The aims are to evaluate the impacts of possible
  • determining factors, such as soil texture and soil moisture content at harvesting time, on SLCH variability; to estimate the relative importance of SLCH for the total sediment budget in northeast China; to compare 2 harvesting techniques, by hand
  • Groundwater of North Eastern China (Manchuria) II
  • The patterns of summer dryness and wetness in eastern China
  • The objective of this study is to evaluate quantitatively the spatial distribution, the year-to-year variation, and the regionalization of summer dryness and wetness in eastern China. Application of a cluster analytical technique to evaluate
  • Concept ; Former USSR ; Frontier ; Geopolitics ; North-Eastern China ; Policy ; Russian Far East ; Years 1990-99
  • Spatial-temporal patterns of China's interprovincial migration, 1985–2010
  • China ; Economic development ; Migration ; Migration factor ; Migratory flow ; Space time
  • China ; Desarrollo económico ; Espacio-tiempo ; Factor de migración ; Flujo migratorio ; Migración
  • . Strong spatial variations in migration intensity were found in China's interprovincial migration, and substantial increase in migration intensity was also detected in eastern China during 1985–2010. Eight key destinations are mostly located within
  • the three rapidly growing economic zones of eastern China (Pearl River Delta, Yangtze River Delta and Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Metropolitan Region), and they are classified into three types : mature, emerging, and fluctuant origins. The results of bicomponent
  • trend mapping indicate that, in a sense, the migration in the south was more active than the north over the last three decades. This shows the new changing features of spatial-temporal patterns of China’s interprovincial migration.
  • Palaeohydrological reconstructions achieved from palaeoclimatic conditions and palaeochannel morphology for southern Hebei, the North China Plain
  • China ; Crisis ; Human impact ; Impact ; Interannual variability ; North-Eastern China ; River basin ; Runoff ; Water deficit