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  • Vegetation and environment of Eastern China in the cold stages of the Quaternary
  • In the cold stages of the Quaternary, steppe vegetation was dominant over eastern China as a consequence of longterm aridity. In the South China floral region, subtropical coniferous forests extended widely over plains and hills. Many relic taxa
  • of hydrophilic and/or thermophilic plants have survived in sanctuaries. The impact of cold climate in the Quaternary might be limited in severity and extent in eastern China.
  • Late jurassic ash-flow tuffs in the Eastern part of Hong Kong, South China
  • 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
  • Environmental impacts of hydroelectric projects on fish resources in China
  • Biodiversity ; China ; Ecosystem ; Fish ; Habitat ; Hydraulic works ; Hydro-electric station ; Impact ; Population dynamics ; South-Eastern China ; Stream
  • This paper reviews the environmental impacts of hydroelectric development on fish in China. It describes the hydrological changes and the primary, secondary and tertiary impacts on fish. 4 large hydroelectric projects in central and eastern China
  • into the overall cumulative effect on fish resources of China's massive hydroelectric development plans.
  • Late Quaternary climatic control on erosion and weathering in the eastern Tibetan Plateau and the Mekong Basin
  • China ; Erosion ; Estuary ; Geochemistry ; Isotope analysis ; Marine sediment ; Monsoon ; Quaternary ; Weathering
  • High-resolution siliclastic grain size and bulk mineralogy combined with clay mineralogy, rubidium, strontium, and neodymium isotopes of Core MD01-2393 collected off the Mekong River estuary in the southwestern South China Sea reveals a monsoon
  • -controlled chemical weathering and physical erosion history during the last 190,000 yr in the eastern Tibetan Plateau and the Mekong Basin. Discussion of the results.
  • Overview of the geoecology of the Gongga Shan Range, Sichuan Province, China
  • Altitudinal zonation ; Bioclimatology ; China ; Conifer ; Deciduous forest ; Forest ; Geo-ecology ; Mountain ; Sichuan ; Slope exposure
  • The Gongga Shan range is in the transition zone between the Tibetan Plateau and the South Chinese plains. Western slopes are warmer and drier than the eastern slopes at the same altitude, which author attributes to the mass-elevation effect
  • China and East Asia : an appraisal of regional economic integration
  • Asia ; China ; Eastern Asia ; Economic indicators ; Economic integration ; Gravity model ; Hong Kong ; International trade ; Japan ; Regional integration ; South Korea ; Taiwan
  • Ethnic minorities on the borderlands of Southwest China
  • Agriculture ; Asia ; Burma ; China ; Cultural studies ; Ethnic community ; Language ; Laos ; Migration ; Minority ; Resource management ; Settlement ; South-Eastern Asia ; Thailand ; Trans-border area ; Tribe ; Vietnam ; Village
  • Onomastic, orthographic, dialectal and dialectical borders : the Lisu and the Lahu. From Southwest China into Upper Indochina : an overview of Hmong (Miao) migrations. Claiming and naming resources on the border of the state : Akha strategies
  • in China and Thailand. Orally transmitted texts of the minorities in East and Southeast Asia : suggestions for research across borders. What does foreign aid for education contribute to the maintenance of indigenous knowledge in Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam
  • ? Relationship changes between lowlander and hill tribes in Xishuangbanna, China.
  • Late Quaternary upwelling intensity and East Asian monsoon forcing in the South China Sea
  • The AA. examine variations in planktonic and benthic foraminiferal assemblage, stable isotopes, and organic carbon flux at 2 sites, off eastern Vietnam and off the northwestern Philippines, in the South China Sea (SCS). They synthesize
  • 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
  • Female labour migration in South-East Asia : change and continuity
  • Asia ; China ; Clandestine immigration ; Enquiry ; Indonesia ; International migration ; Labour migration ; Philippines ; Social cost ; South-Eastern Asia ; Thailand ; Woman ; Yunnan
  • The research focused on female labour migration from four countries in South-East Asia : Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Yunan-China. It covers a sample of 387 female returnees who had migrated internationally for employment. Cases studied
  • Relationship between large rivers and granite-cored anticlines in the lower Pearl River system, Southeast China : an example of a long-lived drainage pattern
  • China ; Drainage network ; Geological structure ; Granite ; Mesozoic ; South-Eastern China ; Stream ; Tectonics ; Vertical movement
  • implying that both were coeval. These structures were developed at shallow depths and resulted in the formation of topographic highs that controlled the ancient drainage pattern of the present Lower Pearl River system. Uplift of the SE China mainland during
  • 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.
  • Before and after the vuvuzela : identity, image and mega-events in South Africa, China and Brazil
  • Brazil ; China ; Cultural studies ; Event ; Football ; Identity ; Image ; Motivation ; South Africa
  • Brasil ; China ; Cultural ; Identidad ; Imagen ; Motivación ; África del Sur
  • Focusing on mega events in South Africa, China and Brazil, this paper contrasts and critiques the associated image and identity opportunities and risks, as well as comparative motivations for hosting such events. In the context of an increasing
  • number of mega events being hosted in the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), the paper provides broader continuity and introduces a broader research agenda. - (AJC)
  • China ; Dendrology ; Ecology ; Forest ; Tibet ; Tree line
  • Junipers mark the northwestern distribution limit of forests on the Tibetan plateau towards the central Asian steppes. They are a light-demanding, but drought-tolerant and cold-resistant tree species. In the more humid regions of eastern Tibet where
  • other conifer species from the genera Pica, Abies or Larix occur junipers are confined to south slopes. However, when other tree species are removed or absent due to other reasons, junipers occur on all exposures. In the forest-steppe ecotones they form
  • pure stands. In eastern Tibet they also form the upper tree line at more than 4.700 m. - (IfL)
  • Thermal springs in China in South East Asia.
  • Temporal and spatial response of vegetation NDVI to temperature and precipitation in eastern China
  • China ; Climatic variability ; Eastern China ; Precipitation ; Remote sensing ; Response time ; SPOT ; Spatial distribution ; Temperature ; Vegetation ; Vegetation index
  • China ; China del Este ; Distribución espacial ; Precipitación ; SPOT ; Teledetección ; Temperatura ; Tiempo de respuesta ; Variabilidad climática ; Vegetación ; Índice de vegetación
  • temperature and precipitation data from 205 meteorological stations in eastern China. The results indicate that as a whole, the response of vegetation NDVI to the variation of temperature is more pronounced than that of precipitation in eastern China.
  • Relationship between surface pollen assemblages and vegetation in Luonan Basin, Eastern Qinling Mountains, Central China
  • China ; Cluster analysis ; Forest ; Grassland ; Palynology ; Pollen ; Principal components analysis ; Shaanxi ; Typology ; Vegetation ; Watershed
  • Análisis de grupos ; Análisis en componentes principales ; Bosque ; Chensi ; China ; Cuenca hidrográfica ; Formación herbácea ; Palinología ; Polen ; Tipología ; Vegetación
  • In the catchment of South Luohe River, in the transitional zone between south and north China, 40 surface samples under 10 vegetation types were collected to reveal the relationship between pollen assemblages and vegetation. The results show
  • Wildlife conservation and bamboo management in China's Southeast uplands
  • China ; Forest ; Fujian ; Habitat ; Human ecology ; Land tenure ; Logging ; Mountain ; Nature conservation ; Nature reserve ; South-Eastern China ; Vegetation
  • The evolution of urban spatial structure in the open area of southeastern coastal China
  • China ; Economic integration ; Harbour ; Industrial location ; Living standard ; South-Eastern China ; Spatial concentration ; Spatial organization ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban growth