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- Hu, Zhujun, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Ecosystems 2018 v.21 no.5 pp. 839-851
- Bacillariophyceae; altitude; anthropogenic activities; atmospheric deposition; biodiversity; cesium; climate; dust; global warming; lakes; land use change; landscapes; lead; radiative forcing; radionuclides; sediments; watersheds; China
- ... Remote alpine regions were considered to be largely unimpacted by anthropogenic disturbance, but it is now clear these areas are changing rapidly. It is often difficult to identify the causal processes underpinning ecological change because the main drivers (direct and indirect climate forcing, land use change and atmospheric deposition) are acting simultaneously. In addition, alpine landscapes ar ...