Cheng Zhou, Xuhong Zhang, Qian Zhang, Binghua Liu
Journal of Desert Research, 2021 41 (4): 1-11.
Taking 116 cities in the Yellow River Basin as the research unit， a "Five in One" comprehensive evaluation system composed of economic， political， cultural， social and ecological dimensions is constructed. Combination we. . .
Kaijia Pan, Zhengcai Zhang, Aimin Lang
Journal of Desert Research, 2021 41 (2): 1-8.
The morphology-dynamic processing of reversing dune is an important issue in Aeolian geomorphology， but a little research have been done for these dunes， which limits our understanding of the dunes formation and developm. . .
Jianjun Qu, Xianliang Hong, Fang Li, Xiao Feng, Yijiang Meng, Yiyang Ding, Mingquan Yang
Journal of Desert Research, 2021 41 (2): 51-58.
In order to explore the sand fixation effectiveness and service life of polylacticacid sand barriers， polylacticacid sand barriers were taken on the shifting sand dunes in the desertified rangeland with a high altitude i. . .
Min Tian, Guangqiang Qian, Zhuanling Yang, Wanyin Luo, Junfeng Lu
Journal of Desert Research, 2021 41 (1): 1-9.
Wind regime is one of the most important factors affecting the development of aeolian landforms. For wind-accumulated landforms （e.g.dunes）， wind also determines the dune types partly. In order to explore the relationshi. . .
Xiaobing Zhou, Bingchang Zhang, Yuanming Zhang
Journal of Desert Research, 2021 41 (1): 164-173.
Biological soil crusts （BSCs） is a complex of microorganism， cyanobacteria， lichen and moss that occur on or within top few centimeters of the soil surface. BSCs usually distributes in the dryland regions， and is an orga. . .
Shao Mei, Luo Wanyin, Che Xuehua
Journal of Desert Research, 2020 40 (3): 151-158.
Monitoring dune migration and morphologic change plays an important part of aeolian research. However, traditional measurement methods have great difficulties in the monitoring of a wide range of aeolian geometrodynamic . . .