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SACOL is located at Lanzhou, semi-arid China
Semi-Arid Climate & Environment Observatory of Lanzhou University (SACOL) Location: Yuzhong Campus of Lanzhou University （ 35.57N, 104.08E ） Campus Observatory Lanzhou
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