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疫情下的国高学生:Sixth Tone深度报道

“Moreover, I have already studied the international curriculum for a whole semester and prepared for the TOEFL language proficiency test. I don’t want to start all over again for the gaokao. It’s a whole different curriculum that requires another three years of tough preparation,” Nan said. “My mom supported my decision. She knew I didn’t handle the pressure from zhongkao well and she’s worried I won’t be able to survive the gaokao,” she added.

“My major was not decided when I applied for the school. I wish to explore where my passion is through various courses and activities,” Nan said. “Life there could be very different from home. Though it could take me a while before I get accustomed to it, I am still looking forward to experiencing some new culture.”

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  • Yin Z, Nan Z*, Cao Z, Zhang G. Evaluating the applicability of a quantile-quantile adjustment approach for downscaling monthly GCM projections to site scale over the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. Atmosphere. 2021, 12(9): 1170. (链接


  • Hu J, Nan Z*, Ji H. Spatiotemporal characteristics of NPP changes in frozen ground areas of the Three-River Headwaters Region, China: a regional modeling perspective. Frontier in Environmental Sciences. 2022, 10. doi:10.3389/feart.2022.838558.


  • Ji H, Nan Z*, Hu J, Zhao Y, Zhang Y. On the spin-up strategy for spatially modeling permafrost dynamics: A case study on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. 2022, 14(3). doi:10.1029/2021MS002750.


  • Zhao Y, Nan Z*, Ji H, Zhao L. Convective heat transfer of spring meltwater accelerates active layer phase change in Tibet permafrost areas. The Cryosphere. 2022, 16: 825-849. doi:10.5194/tc-16-825-2022.