Dynamic change of water body in Ramsar Sites(2020)

The dynamic monitoring of the water bodies in the Ramsar Sites can directly or indirectly reflect the trend of changes and protection effect of the wetland ecosystem (Zheng et al., 2012). At present, there are 171 Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands committed to wetland conse...

Spatiotemporal distribution of China's vegetated wetlands(2020)

Wetland is a key component of the life community comprising mountains, rivers, forests, fields, lakes, and grasses. Their protection and management is critical to the Building a Beautiful China Campaign. Analysis of changes in wetlands' spatiotemporal distribution is an important basis for assess...

Evaluation of level of water stress in the Shule River basin in arid region, Northwest China(2020)

As a solid body of water, glaciers play an extremely important role in the sustainable water use in the global arid area. The population of the arid areas highly dependent on glacial water resources is nearly 200 million. Against the background of global warming, mountain glaciers across the worl...

Spatiotemporal patterns of water transparency in China's lakes(2020)

Water transparency (Secchi Disk Depth, SDD) refers to the depth at which a black/white Secchi disk becomes invisible when it sinks vertically into the water and can be used to describe water clarity. In general, the higher the transparency is, the clearer the water. Many studies have shown that s...

Surface water changes in Central Asia(2019)

In recent decades, the spatial and temporal distribution of surface water has undergone significant changes due to the influence of both climate change and human activity.
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