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Soil temperature in Gobi ecosystems and factors influencing its change

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Data on the temperature of the underlying surface in the Gobi ecosystems (Mongolia) are presented. The role of the biotic factor in changes in the temperature of the underlying surface in the desert zone of Central Asia is shown to have grown.

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Original Russian Text © V.P. Dedkov, T.I. Kazantseva, P.D. Gunin, Yu.I. Drobyshev, 2016, published in Aridnye Ekosistemy, 2016, Vol. 22, No. 3(68), pp. 42–49.

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Dedkov, V.P., Kazantseva, T.I., Gunin, P.D. et al. Soil temperature in Gobi ecosystems and factors influencing its change. Arid Ecosyst 6, 177–183 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1134/S2079096116030057

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