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Construction of Geoscience Data Sharing Platform for China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
Abstract Data pertaining to the resources, environments, ecologies, and disasters of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) i...
Field work for land degradation along China-Mongolia railway (Mongolian section)
Land degradation is an important ecological and environmental problem facing the whole world. It is also one of the indicators of ...
Three academic papers from the team of Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service of IKCEST have been published
Introduction Three academic papers from the team of Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service (DRRKS) of IKCEST have been publishe...
Worst natural disasters of 2015---Massive earthquake devastates Nepal
About 150 major natural disasters affected millions of people all over the world in 2015. Asia again bore the brunt of these disa...
Wulanchabu , Inner Mongolia suffered from drought, and nearly 388,000 people had difficulty drinking water.
According to a report by the civil affairs department of Inner Mongolia autonomous region, since November 2011, most parts of Inne...
More than 40 percent of the grasslands in Inner Mongolia have been affected by drought
Affected by the ongoing drought, up to now, the affected grassland in Inner Mongolia autonomous region has reached 550 million mu...
The Portal of Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System has been upgraded
To address the overall requirements of IKCEST and user requirements, Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System, DRRKS’s po...
The application of Annual Drought Spatial Distribution Data Service in Mongolian Plateau (1981-2012) has been released
Abstract The vegetation degradation, drought and other environmental issues in the Mongolian Plateau have been as the hot spot und...
The applications of Seasonal Spatial Distribution of Chlorophyll-a and Suspended Solids Concentration in Poyang Lake, China have been released
suspended solids concentration
Abstract Poyang lake is China's largest freshwater lake, it plays an important role in flood control and regulation and storage, ...
IKCEST DRR collaborated with Mongolian National University for investigation of grassland degradation and China-Mongolia railway disaster risk in Mongolia
China-Mongolia railway disaster risk
On August 12-22, 2018, Professor Juanle Wang and his five team members of IKCEST DRR went to Mongolia to conduct collaborative re...
ISTIC Governing Board Chairman visited IKCEST
DRR reported to the 1st session of the second governing board and advisory committee of IKCEST
IKCEST team attended the Forum on Artificial Intelligence in Africa
UNESCO hosts a global policy forum on disaster risk reduction for preserving documentary heritage
Comparison of aerial photographs before and after the earthquake in jiuzhaigou
Stanford AI Technology Detects Hidden Earthquakes – May Provide Warning of Big Quakes
ASEAN achieves a milestone towards regional disaster risk reduction
Climate change is already a disaster to health
Sendai Framework National Focal Points From Europe and Central Asia Meet to Discuss Strategic Priorities for 2021
MIT and Penn State join forces with AWS to help classify images of flood disaster zones
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Mountain Flood Disaster Rescue
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