Cong sha chen bao bian hua qu shi kan quan qiu qi hou bian hua

Translated title of the contribution: Considering global climate change from the trend of sandstorms in China

Hua Feng, Zhi Liu, Ping-yuan Li, Xiuming Liu, Bin Lü, Guo-yong Zhao, Ming-ming Ma, Hui Guo, Qu Chen

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    Abstract

    Receiving growing concerns in recent years,global climate change has grown from a scientific and environmental issue into an international political issue,which will be related to the long-term developments of international community.This paper summarizes trends and regional differences of dust storm frequency in recent China,and discusses responding mechanism of the frequency to global climate change.The study finds a negative correlation between the dust storm frequency in China and the change of global temperature.Overall,the frequency of dust storms in China decreases in recent years,going with an increasing trend of temperature in China,which is possibly one of the secondary fluctuations in the general trend of global cooling.
    Translated title of the contributionConsidering global climate change from the trend of sandstorms in China
    Original languageChinese
    Pages (from-to)76-82
    Number of pages7
    JournalYaredai Ziyuan yu Huanjing Xuebao = Journal of subtropical resources and environment
    Volume7
    Issue number1
    Publication statusPublished - 2012

    Keywords

    • sandstorm
    • climate change
    • environmental issues
    • secondary fluctuations

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