标题:Response of Vegetation to Climate Change in the Drylands of East Asia
作者:Dai, L.; Zhang, L.; Wang, K.; Wang, R. L.
作者机构:[Dai, L.; Wang, K.; Wang, R. L.] Shandong Univ Sci & Technol, Coll Geomat, Qingdao 266510, Peoples R China.; [Dai, L.; Zhang, L.; Wang, K.] Chinese 更多
会议名称:35th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment (ISRSE35)
会议日期:APR 22-26, 2013
来源:35TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON REMOTE SENSING OF ENVIRONMENT (ISRSE35)
出版年:2014
卷:17
期:1
DOI:10.1088/1755-1315/17/1/012081
摘要:Over the past 25 years, global climate and environmental changes have caused an unprecedented rate of vegetation change, as exemplified in the drylands of East Asia. In this study, we investigated the spatio-temporal changes of vegetation in this region and analysed their relationship with climate data. Our results show that vegetation productivity significantly increased from 1982 to 2006. This increasing trend was observed for most of the region, particularly for northwest Mongolia and central Inner Mongolia. Grasslands, croplands, forests, and shrublands, all exhibited this trend. The annual growth rate of the grasslands determined using the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) was the largest observed change; reaching 0.07% p. a, followed by shrublands (0.06%), croplands (0.03%), and forests (0.02%). In the different geographic regions, the roles of temperature and precipitation on vegetation growth were shown to be different. Temperature was the dominant factor for the observed NDVI increase in northwest Mongolia and the centre of Inner Mongolia. The combined influences of temperature and precipitation changes have resulted in the promotion of vegetation growth, as seen in eastern GanSu. Temperature change is the primary factor for initiating vegetation growth in spring and autumn because warmer temperatures increase the length of the growing season, and are thus evaluated as an increased NDVI value. Increased precipitation has been shown to play a positive role on vegetation growth during summer.
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