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This is an exploratory study to examine the influence of Hong Kong Forms 1–3 geography teachers' perception of mapwork on their teaching style. The findings reveal no observable relationship between teachers' perceptual understanding patterns and their styles of mapwork teaching. However, two...
China has been experiencing rapid urban growth since the beginning of the 1980s. This new trend of development, coupled with limited resources, has prompted planners to generate and evaluate different strategies for regulating urban growth at the national and regional levels. This paper offers...
Secondary shrubland is widespread in southern China. This study is a pioneer one of this plant community's distribution and seasonal dynamics of phytomass and nutrients, production of dry matter and nutrients, cycling and use of nutrients. These were studied for a period of two years in the...
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