Eco-industrial development: the use of the desert's unique natural resource conditions and technological innovation, and professional domestic and foreign enterprises, the development of water-saving agriculture, desert herbs, desert tourism and other economic sectors desert oasis, including the five largest desert in the construction of "China Green Desert safe food base", cooperation with foreign advanced technology implementation licorice, Cistanche high purification of industrial project, in its cloth, construction Taklimakan
desert and Tengger national Park.
Given this year's WBF theme, Taklimakan
Network will likely be of interest to many attendees.
Li, "Study on the hydrochemical characteristics of groundwater along the Taklimakan
Desert Highway," Environmental Earth Sciences, vol.
The land-based Silk Road has northern, southern, and southwestern routes that bypass the Taklimakan
Desert and Lop Nu.
Characteristics of near-surface wind regimes in the Taklimakan
 discovered the laws of water consumption from vegetation transpiration of Haloxylon ammodendron in the hinterland of Taklimakan
desert and the influential environment factors of stem sap flow.
Within the region, annual precipitation in the western plains averages 50-150 mm and less than 50 mm in the Taklimakan
Field studies were conducted for two consecutive years in Korla, Xinjiang, China, to investigate the response of pear trees to different surface wetted percentages under drip irrigation on an oasis around Taklimakan
In October 2004, ecologist Steve Running visited Flaming Mountain on the edge of the Taklimakan
Desert in China.
Originating in the Taklimakan
and Gobi deserts, it ultimately covered an area stretching from North Carolina to Pennsylvania.
Dust Ball A July study reported that particles from a huge dust storm in China's Taklimakan
desert in 2007 circled the globe in less than 13 days, suggesting planet-wide impacts from regional desertification.
It has always been generously endowed with deserts--including the Gobi, Asia's largest (which China shares with Mongolia), and the forbidding Taklimakan
, the world's largest sand dune desert--which cover more than a fourth of Chinese territory.