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An anti-aircraft gun modified by the Chinese to fire cloud seeding rounds.
Relentless Drought Compels China to Boost Cloud Seeding Despite Doubts about its Efficacy

A team of scientists from China has developed two robots, a six-legged and a wheeled one, which can be used to monitor deserts.
Specialized Robots for Monitoring Desert Conditions Developed in China

Scientists dig ice cores in the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau to study climate change.
Most of Permafrost on Tibetan Plateau May Be Gone by 2100: Scientific Report

Located in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in northwest China, the Taklimakan Desert is also recognized as the second largest shifting-sand desert in the world, next to Sahara Desert in Africa.
Desertification: New Hurdle of the Silk Road

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Located in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in northwest China, the Taklimakan Desert is also recognized as the second largest shifting-sand desert in the world, next to Sahara Desert in Africa.
China's Largest Desert Formed Much Earlier than Believed, Study Reveals

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