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The Women’s Football team of the School of Earth and Space Sciences Defends the Champion in the 2021-2022 “Jinguo” Cup
At 11:40 a.m. on June 4, 2022, after a 63-minute-long and hard-fought battle, the women’s football team of the School of the Earth and Space Sciences (SESS) finally defeated the United of the School of Information Science and Technology and the School of Computer Science and Technology (ICST United), successfully retaining the title for the second year.The final match was indeed challenging for both teams. In this season, injuries took place frequently on the key players on both sides. For insta
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A global variable-resolution model helps meteorologists understand the hydrological cycle throughout the Tibetan Plateau
Because of the vast high-elevation land, with an average elevation of over 4km, the Tibetan Plateau (TP) is known as the world’s third pole. Its unique mid-latitude climate and elevation that provides a headwater area for many large Asiatic rivers allows the TP to play an important role in the water cycle and regional ecology. Throughout the TP, rainfall reaches its annual maximum in the summer primarily from moisture transport driven by the South Asian summer monsoon. The TP topography, particu
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The launch meeting of the project of the National Key Research and Development Program: Metal stable isotope techniques for tracing the evolution of habitability during the Earth’s Mesoproterozoic Era
On March 8th, the launch meeting of the young scientists’ project of the National Key Research and Development Program “Metal stable isotope techniques for tracing the evolution of habitability during the Earth’s Mesoproterozoic Era”, was held successfully in Beijing. The project was led by the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC).Four Academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Prof. Shuguang Li, Prof. Jun Deng, Prof. Mingguo Zhai, Prof. Xianhua Li, and other well-kno
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