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Past and future effects of climate change on spatially heterogeneous vegetation activity in China

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Climate change is a major driver of vegetation activity, and thus the climate-vegetation relationship becomes a frontier and difficulty in global change research. Exploring the regional differences in climate-vegetation relationship at large scales is very important to understand the effects of climate change on terrestrial ecosystem, which is necessary for climate change adaptation. This paper identifies the climatic determinant of vegetation activity and its dynamics in different regions of China during the past and future 30 years, and analyzes the corresponding influencing mechanism. Extending time scales from past to future can better promote the understanding of climate-vegetation correlation. 

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