Regional differences of lake evolution across China during 1960s–2015 and its natural and anthropogenic causes
Remote Sensing of Environment, February 2019
Guoqing Zhang, Tandong Yao, Wenfeng Chen, Guoxiong Zheng, C.K. Shum, Kun Yang, Shilong Piao, Yongwei Sheng, Shuang Yi, Junli Li, Catherine M. O'Reilly, Shuhua Qi, Samuel S.P. Shen, Hongbo Zhang, Yuanyuan Jia
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|Earth and Planetary Sciences||29||18%|
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