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    Beidou Global Service to Help Deformation Monitoring of Earthquake-active Sarez Lake Dam

    “Deformation Monitoring of the Sarez Lake Dam based on BeiDou Technology”, an international cooperation research project undertaken by the National Time Service Centre (NTSC) of Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) was launched in Lintong of Shaanxi Province in on March 17, 2021. It marked a substantial step for NTSC on "Belt and Road" international cooperation.

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    Chinese Researchers Conduct Environment Study in Three Gorges Reservoir Area

    Researchers monitor the soil condition at water level fluctuation zone of the Three Gorges Reservoir in Zhongxian County, southwest China's Chongqing, April 10, 2021. The Three Gorges project is a vast multi-functional water-control system on the Yangtze River, China's longest waterway, with a 2,309-meter-long and 185-meter-high dam. The water levels of the reservoir area inevitably fluctuate on an annual discharge-storage cycle between 145m to 175m at the dam. The water level fluctuation zone also encounters some eco-environmental problems, including soil erosion and non-point source pollution.

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    • Chinese Scientists Discover Neopterygian Fish Fossil 244 Mln-year Ago

      A Chinese research team in Panzhou City, China’s Guizhou has discovered the Colobodontidae, a stem group of large-sized neopterygians with a durophagous feeding adaption from the Middle to Late Triassic marine ecosystems, which dates back to 244 million years ago. The new finding provides an important addition for the understanding of the morphological and ecological diversity of neopterygian fishes from the Triassic marine ecosystems in South China.

    • Interview: Opening of China's FAST Telescope to Int'l Scientists Enhances Collaboration, Says Australian Astrophysicist

      FAST is in southwest China's Guizhou Province. As world's largest filled-aperture and most sensitive radio telescope, it officially opened to the world starting March 31. The opening of China's FAST to international scientists could enhance collaboration of scientists from different countries, said Australian astrophysicist Naomi McClure-Griffiths.

    • Scientists Discover Evidence of Powerful Cosmic Accelerator

      Chinese and Japanese scientists announced on Friday that they have found "unequivocal evidence" of the existence of PeVatrons, the most powerful cosmic accelerator known to date, in our Milky Way galaxy, but exactly what PeVatron is and how it works still remains to be discovered.

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