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Multi-scale quantitative assessment of the relative roles of climate change and human activities in desertification - a case study of the Ordos Plateau, China



Multi-scale quantitative assessment of the relative roles of climate change and human activities in desertification - a case study of the Ordos Plateau, China



Journal Of Arid Environments: 4, 498-507



Multi-scale quantitative assessment of the relative role that climate change and human activities play in desertification is an important approach to clarifying the causes of desertification. In this study, a quantitative method was developed to assess the relative roles of climate change and human activities in desertification by selecting NPP as an indicator.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.jaridenv.2009.09.030



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