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- Wang, Ziyu, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Frontiers of earth science 2019 v.13 no.1 pp. 43-54
- anthropogenic activities; arid zones; climate change; climatic factors; desertification; grasslands; wind speed; China
- ... Desertification is a severe environmental problem induced by both climate change and human activities. This study assessed the relative contribution of climate change, human activities, and different climatic and anthropogenic factors in desertification reversion and expansion of North China from 1981 to 2010. The results showed that the desertification of North China had changed significantly ove ...
- Wang, Ziyu, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Ecological indicators 2018 v.88 pp. 351-360
- afforestation; climate change; humans; livestock; sand stabilization; stocking rate; temperature; wind erosion; China
- ... Sand-stabilization, the most important ecological service provided by desert and desertified lands, can alleviate severe wind erosion of soil and is induced by both climate change and human activities. However, with a lack of related data, few studies have focused on the spatial differences in driving factors of sand-stabilization services at a large scale. The present study, based on climatic and ...