ISRSE35 会议报告. 毕海芸. 会议邀请函. Subject: Your paper submission # 20130422-69 , titled’ Crops sensitive factor in global warming research—Example: Central Inner Mongolia naked oats, buckwheat ’ Dear haiyun Bi,
Subject: Your paper submission # 20130422-69, titled’ Crops sensitive factor in global warming research—Example: Central Inner Mongolia naked oats, buckwheat’
Dear haiyun Bi,
Thank you very much for your interest to attend the 35th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment (ISRSE35). The ISRSE35 Technical Program Committee has completed the abstract review process and we are pleased to inform you that your paper listed above has been ACCEPTED FOR “Oral Presentation”. We invite you to present your studies at ISRSE35 and encourage you to include this accepted paper in the symposium proceedings. PLEASE NOTE that all presenting authors MUST finish the registration procedures before 25 February 2013 to secure a space in the technical program, otherwise, your presentation may not be considered.
The ISRSE 35 Technical Program Committee
Dear haiyun Bi,
As you know, the 35th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment will be held in Beijing from 22 to 26 April, 2013 at Beijing International Conventional Center. We warmly welcome all of you to this symposium, and would like to provide more detailed information about your presentation entitled “Crops Sensitive Factor in Global Warming Research - Example: Central Inner Mongolia Naked Oats, Buckwheat” with the following schedule:
Session Title: 2-O-4 Crop Phenology Monitoring and Food Security Time and Date: 13:30 - 15:00, TUESDAY 23 APRIL 2013Location: Room D on 1st floor
Yours Sincerely, ISRSE35 Secretariat
Crops sensitive factor in global warming researchExample: Central Inner Mongolia naked oats, buckwheat
Global warming has more and more obvious affect to agriculture, environment, economy and other aspects which are closely connected to human society.
Sensitive area to global warming;
Typical arid farming land area;
Annual precipitation: 350mm;
Annual temperature: 2.5°
Figure 1. Temporal variations of maximum temperature, minimum temperature and average temperature during the growing period from 1961 to 2010.
Sunshine hours (h)
Figure 2 . Temporal variations of precipitation and sunshine hours during the growing period from 1961 to 2010.
Figure 3. Temporal variation of yields of naked oats and buckwheat in the past 50 years.