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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Chinese Science Bulletin, 1995, 40 1: A collaboration between researchers from China and Linnaeus University recreates vegetation cover history dating millennia back, in order to make it possible for the climate models of today to become better at predicting how human activities can affect the climate of the future.
In all, more than 7,000 species of woody plants have been recorded, of which there are 2,800 timber trees and over 300 species of gymnosperms.China’s plan to plant vegetation on the Moon
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