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With a growing demand for crop products in China, a great deal of local resources and industrial inputs are consumed including agricultural machineries, chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and energies, which results in many environmental issues such as resource depletion, water pollution, soil erosion and contamination, and CO2 emissions. Thus, this study evaluated the trend of sustainability of China's crop production from 1997 to 2016 in terms of emergy and further explored the driving forcesdoi:10.3390/su10113938 fatcat:nqhq3rbhczaifgnw7bet62ybla