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作者:Xiujuan Zhang , Junjian Li , Dale Li ...
来源:[J].Environmental Research Letters(IF 3.582), 2020, Vol.15 (3)
摘要:Nanoparticles (NPs and antibiotic resistant genes (ARGs, as emerging environmental contaminants, have been reported to be accumulated in the soil environment. The use of NPs have raised increasing concerns about their environmental impacts, but the combined effect of NPs and...
作者:Mingxia Huang , Jing Wang , Bin Wang ...
来源:[J].Environmental Research Letters(IF 3.582), 2020, Vol.15 (2)
摘要:Climate change, with increased temperatures and varied rainfall, poses a great challenge to food security around the world. Appropriately assessing the impacts of climate change on crop productivity and understanding the adaptation potential of agriculture to climate change ...
作者:Christopher J Dunn , Christopher D O’Connor , Jesse Abrams ...
来源:[J].Environmental Research Letters(IF 3.582), 2020, Vol.15 (2)
摘要:Large and severe wildfires are an observable consequence of an increasingly arid American West. There is increasing consensus that human communities, land managers, and fire managers need to adapt and learn to live with wildfires. However, a myriad of human and ecological fa...
作者:Dien Wu , John C Lin , Tomohiro Oda ...
来源:[J].Environmental Research Letters(IF 3.582), 2020, Vol.15 (3)
摘要:Urban areas are currently responsible for ~70% of the global energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2 emissions, and rapid ongoing global urbanization is increasing the number and size of cities. Thus, understanding city-scale CO2 emissions and how they vary between cities with differe...
作者:Anand M Osuri , Abhishek Gopal , T R Shankar Raman ...
来源:[J].Environmental Research Letters(IF 3.582), 2020, Vol.15 (3)
摘要:Tree plantations and forest restoration are leading strategies for enhancing terrestrial carbon (C sequestration and mitigating climate change. While it is well established that species-rich natural forests offer superior C sequestering benefits relative to short-rotation co...
作者:Xin Li , Shanjia Zhang , Minxia Lu ...
来源:[J].Environmental Research Letters(IF 3.582), 2020, Vol.15 (3)
摘要:The Proto-Shang, the Shang and the Zhou dynasties (~2000–221 BCE: Before Common Era are key periods in the origin and evolution of ancient civilizations in China since the periods include the processes and mechanisms of social development in the Central Plains of China durin...
作者:Gerald V Frost , Rachel A Loehman , Lisa B Saperstein ...
来源:[J].Environmental Research Letters(IF 3.582), 2020, Vol.15 (2)
摘要:Alaska's Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta (YKD is one of the warmest parts of the Arctic tundra biome and tundra fires are common in its upland areas. Here, we combine field measurements, Landsat observations, and quantitative cover maps for tundra plant functional types (PFTs to chara...
作者:M Haasnoot , J Kwadijk , J van Alphen ...
来源:[J].Environmental Research Letters(IF 3.582), 2020, Vol.15 (3)
摘要:Uncertainties in the rate and magnitude of sea-level rise (SLR complicate decision making on coastal adaptation. Large uncertainty arises from potential ice mass-loss from Antarctica that could rapidly increase SLR in the second half of this century. The implications of SLR may b...
作者:Sabbie A Miller
来源:[J].Environmental Research Letters(IF 3.582), 2020, Vol.15 (2)
摘要:The high demand for cement-based materials to support building and infrastructure systems is of growing concern as the production of cement leads to significant greenhouse gas (GHG emissions and notable resource demand. While improved efficiency of cement use has been proposed as...
作者:Andrew K Jorgenson , Terrence D Hill , Brett Clark ...
来源:[J].Environmental Research Letters(IF 3.582), 2020, Vol.15 (2)
摘要:This study advances research at the intersection of environmental degradation, social stratification, and population health in the United States. Expanding the theoretical principles of power, proximity, and physiology, we hypothesize that the harmful effect of fine particul...

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