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    fossil;trail;evolution

    Death March of Segmented Animal Unravels Critical Evolutionary Puzzle[Sep 10, 2019]

    The death march of a segmented bilaterian animal unearthed from ~550-million-year-old rocks in China shows that the oldest mobile and segmented animals evolved by the Ediacaran Period (635-539 million years ago). The research was conducted by an international research team from China and the U.S.

    soil respiration;biological soil crust; Warming;temperature;diel hysteresis

    Scientists Reveal Warming Effects on Soil Respiration in Moss-Dominated Crusts in the Tengger Desert[Sep 06, 2019]

    Recently, a research group from Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources (NIEER) investigated the warming effect on the temporal variation in soil respiration in BSC-dominated areas at the southeastern edge of the Tengger Desert in northern China.

    warming;drying;climate change;tree species

    Divergent Growth Responses to Warming and Drying Climates between Native and Non-native Tree Species in Northeast China[Sep 06, 2019]

    Dr. SONG Lining and Prof. ZHU Jiaojun from the Institute of Applied Ecology (IAE) measured and compared radial growth (basal area increment, BAI) and tree-ring carbon isotope composition between two non-native tree species and two native tree species growing in a semiarid sandy region of China, over the past 30 years (1985–2014).

    extreme heat;climate projection;global warming

    Observed Past Half-degree Warming Rise Serves as Analogues for Future Projections in China Heat Extremes[Sep 05, 2019]

    A recent study conducted by ZHAO Siyao from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics and her collaborators showed that under a half-degree warming, the observed changes can serve as conservative analogues for the future projections in daytime extremes over China. It provides valuable information for the communities of climate change and adaptation as well as climate model development and projection.

    climate;meteorological disaster;weather

    State of China's Climate in 2018: More Extreme Events, but Less Loss[Sep 10, 2019]

    In order to provide information on climate features, meteorological disasters and climate impacts of the previous year to the public, the National Climate Center (NCC) of China has just completed a report to give an accessible and authoritative assessment of the climate in China based on the NCC operational system.

    carbon dioxide;carbon sink;climate change

    Enhancing Land Carbon Sink by Carbon Dioxide Fertilization[Sep 04, 2019]

    An international team led by Prof. PIAO Shilong from the Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research quantified the sensitivity of the terrestrial carbon dioxide sink to elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration for the past five decades, using the simulations from 12 terrestrial ecosystem models and the observations from seven field carbon dioxide enrichment experiments.

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