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The spatial patterns of biomass and net primary productivity in China's forests were estimated using empirical data sets, remote sensing methods, and climate-vegetation models, and were analysed within a spatial analysis system. Differences between spatial modelling methods for estimating net primary production (NPP) were also examined and compared. The results indicate that the present spatial pattern of NPP in Chinese forest types is a result of both natural environmental factors and humandoi:10.1016/s0304-3800(99)00142-8 fatcat:coq7v3l3jve2dl652dcf2uomlu