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Livestock Grazing and Greenhouse Gas Emission in Tibet

Livestock Grazing and Greenhouse Gas Emission in Tibet

The Tibetan plateau, the highest and largest plateau on earth, is experiencing more than twice of the average global warming rate. It is imperative to understand how livestock grazing, the most prevalent economic activity in Tibet, contributes to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in regards to global warming. Recent studies revealed intriguing results, which await a full interpretation of the underlying mechanisms.

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