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Table 1 CV magnitude characters in different regions

From: Understanding vegetation changes in northern China and Mongolia with change vector analysis

Region Value
Maximum Range Standard division Minimum Mean Type Vegetation condition
Mt. Changbai Medium Medium Low High Medium A D, E
Mt. Xiaohingganling Medium Medium Low High Medium A C, D, E
Mt. Dahingganling Medium Medium Medium High High B C, D, E
Northeast Plain Medium Medium Medium Low Medium C A, B
Mt. Altayn Medium Medium Medium Low Medium C G
Western Loess Plateau Medium Medium Medium Low Medium C F, I
Horqin Sandy Land Low Low Low Low Low D E
Desert Basin Low Low Low Low Low D I
Eastern Loess Plateau Low Low Low Low Low D F, I
Qaidam Basin Low Low Low Low Low D I
Taklimakan Desert Low Low Low Low Low D H
Tenger Sandy Land Low Low Low Low Low D H
Gurban Tonggut Desert Low Low Low Low Low D H
Mt. Gobi Altayn Low Low Low Low Low D G
Hulunbuir Plateau High High High Medium High E F
Mt. Henteyn High High High High High E C, D
Haihe River Plain High High High High High E B
Guanzhong Basin High High High High High E A, B
Mt. Hangayn Medium High Medium High High F C
Mt. Tianshan High High High Medium Medium G G
Mongolia Plateau High High High Low Medium H F
Mt. Yinshan High High High Low Medium H F
Mt. Taihang Medium Medium Low Medium Medium I E
Mt. Luliang Medium Medium High Low Medium J E
Qinghai Plateau Medium Low Medium Medium Medium K F
  1. High: high magnitude value, medium: medium magnitude value, low: low magnitude value, A: year ripe grain crops and cold resistant industrial crop, B: 1 year two ripe grain crops or 2 years three ripe grain crops, C: evergreen needleleaf forest, D: deciduous broadleaf forest, E: closed shrubland, F: prairie and sparse tree bush prairie, G: meadow and herbaceous bog, H: desert, I: non-vegetation