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2019-11-08 16:00:52 Ecns.cn Editor :Yao Lan
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Liu Jianqiang, a researcher with the National Satellite Oceanic Application Center, shows remote sensing images from the Haiyang 1C oceanography satellite during a meeting in Hainan Tropical Ocean University in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province. The satellite, launched in Sept. 2018, will assist in monitoring ocean colour and water temperatures, providing basic data for research on the global oceanic environment. (Photo provided to China News Service)

Liu Jianqiang, a researcher with the National Satellite Oceanic Application Center, shows a remote sensing image of Dongsha Islands in the South China Sea, by the Haiyang 1C oceanography satellite during a meeting in Hainan Tropical Ocean University in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province. The satellite, launched in Sept. 2018, will assist in monitoring ocean colour and water temperatures, providing basic data for research on the global oceanic environment. (Photo provided to China News Service)

Liu Jianqiang, a researcher with the National Satellite Oceanic Application Center, shows remote sensing images from the Haiyang 1C oceanography satellite during a meeting in Hainan Tropical Ocean University in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province. The satellite, launched in Sept. 2018, will assist in monitoring ocean colour and water temperatures, providing basic data for research on the global oceanic environment. (Photo provided to China News Service)

Liu Jianqiang, a researcher with the National Satellite Oceanic Application Center, shows remote sensing images from the Haiyang 1C oceanography satellite during a meeting in Hainan Tropical Ocean University in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province. The satellite, launched in Sept. 2018, will assist in monitoring ocean colour and water temperatures, providing basic data for research on the global oceanic environment. (Photo provided to China News Service)

Liu Jianqiang, a researcher with the National Satellite Oceanic Application Center, shows remote sensing images from the Haiyang 1C oceanography satellite during a meeting in Hainan Tropical Ocean University in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province. The satellite, launched in Sept. 2018, will assist in monitoring ocean colour and water temperatures, providing basic data for research on the global oceanic environment. (Photo provided to China News Service)

Liu Jianqiang, a researcher with the National Satellite Oceanic Application Center, shows remote sensing images from the Haiyang 1C oceanography satellite during a meeting in Hainan Tropical Ocean University in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province. The satellite, launched in Sept. 2018, will assist in monitoring ocean colour and water temperatures, providing basic data for research on the global oceanic environment. (Photo provided to China News Service)

Liu Jianqiang, a researcher with the National Satellite Oceanic Application Center, shows remote sensing images from the Haiyang 1C oceanography satellite during a meeting in Hainan Tropical Ocean University in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province. The satellite, launched in Sept. 2018, will assist in monitoring ocean colour and water temperatures, providing basic data for research on the global oceanic environment. (Photo provided to China News Service)

Liu Jianqiang, a researcher with the National Satellite Oceanic Application Center, shows remote sensing images from the Haiyang 1C oceanography satellite during a meeting in Hainan Tropical Ocean University in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province. The satellite, launched in Sept. 2018, will assist in monitoring ocean colour and water temperatures, providing basic data for research on the global oceanic environment. (Photo provided to China News Service)

Liu Jianqiang, a researcher with the National Satellite Oceanic Application Center, shows remote sensing images from the Haiyang 1C oceanography satellite during a meeting in Hainan Tropical Ocean University in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province. The satellite, launched in Sept. 2018, will assist in monitoring ocean colour and water temperatures, providing basic data for research on the global oceanic environment. (Photo provided to China News Service)

Liu Jianqiang, a researcher with the National Satellite Oceanic Application Center, shows remote sensing images from the Haiyang 1C oceanography satellite during a meeting in Hainan Tropical Ocean University in Sanya City, South China’s Hainan Province. The satellite, launched in Sept. 2018, will assist in monitoring ocean colour and water temperatures, providing basic data for research on the global oceanic environment. (Photo provided to China News Service)

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