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Stoichiometry of Root and Leaf Nitrogen and Phosphorus in a Dr...

by Jiangtao Hong, Xiaodan Wang, Jianbo Wu Leaf nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) have been used widely in the ecological stoichiometry to understand nutrient limitation in plant. However,few studies have focused on the relationship between root ..., 1 week ago
Helsinki Times

Tibet: Increased Chinese Crackdown Greatly Reducing Number of Tibetans Able to Flee

Although many thousands of Tibetans have crossed into Nepal over the years in order to flee Chinese oppression, the number making the dangerous trip to India has dramatically reduced in recent years. The increased Chinese social and military ...
 United Nations and Peoples Organisation1 day ago Fewer Tibetans make dangerous crossing to freedom  Washington Post2 days ago China crackdown slows Tibet refugee crossings to freedom in India  Capital Bay3 days ago China's crackdown slows Tibetan refugee crossings to freedom in India  Helsinki Times2 days ago
International Business Times UK

Blog on Dalai Lama-China talks posted in PRC prompts speculation

A substantive anonymous posting on the Chinese blogosphere on the possible return of the Dalai Lama to Tibet was posted on in China on September 17, 2014 and taken down the next day after it was viewed by thousands of people. Although ...
 International Campaign for Tibet4 weeks ago Tibet: Dalai Lama Calls On India to Raise Border Issues during Xi Jinping Visit  United Nations and Peoples Organisation1 month ago Dalai Lama says border woes must be resolved though talks, not force  Times of India1 month ago Dalai Lama Praises 'Open Minded' President Xi Jinping during India-China Talks  International Business Times UK1 month ago

Tibetan PM wishes success to Indian PM Modi on Independence Day

Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh), Aug16 (ANI): Tibetan Prime Minister-in-exile, Lobsang Sangay, wished Indian government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi a successful term as the country marked its 68th Independence Day on Friday (August 15). ...
 TruthDive2 months ago

Basic guide to Tibet, its people

Known for its natural beauty and spirituality, Tibet is a mysterious place that attracts millions of travelers. Unspoiled by modern factories and other forms of pollution, the autonomous region amazes visitors with turquoise lakes, deep valleys, ...
 Shanghai Daily1 month ago

Researchers resolve the Karakoram glacier anomaly, a cold case of climate science

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 22-Oct-2014 Researchers from Princeton University and other institutions may have hit upon an answer to a climate-change puzzle that has eluded scientists for years, and that could help understand the future availability of ...
 EurekAlert!6 hours ago

Deciphering Monsoons in a Time of Drastic Changes

GeoStock via As summer settles onto the landmass once ruled by Genghis Khan, a string of events across the globe begins. Temperatures increase, glaciers shrink, and the annual monsoon cycle commences. The annual creation and eventual melt of ...
 Huffington Post23 hours ago

Parameter Tuning and Calibration of RegCM3 with MIT-Emanuel Cumulus Parameterization Scheme over CORDEX East Asia Domain [Journal of Climate]

[October 18, 2014] (Journal of Climate Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ABSTRACT In this study, the authors calibrated the performance of the Regional Climate Model, version 3 (RegCM3), with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology ...
 TMC Net4 days ago

Farewell, Peter Hopkirk, And Thank You

I write this belatedly because I was unaware until recently that a giant in my field had passed away. My thanks to Edward Lemon for bringing the sad news of the passing of Peter Hopkirk to my attention. Hopkirk died on August 22 at age 83. For me, ...
 Radio Free Europe1 week ago

Pew Study Identifies the Outback Among Earth's Strongholds of Nature

The Australian Outback is one of the last immense regions of nature left on Earth, but its future health depends on having more people, not fewer, living in and actively managing it, a new study by global research and public policy organisation The ...
 The Pew Charitable Trusts1 week ago
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