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2, to prove that a non-flat gradient shrinking KahlerRicci soliton with nonnegative bisectional curvature must have zero asymptotic volume ratio. A gradient shrinking Kahler-Ricci soliton is a Kahler 28 A. -F. TAM metric giJ satisfying for some smooth real-valued function f and for some p > O. For an n dimensional Riemannian manifold with nonnegative Ricci curvature, the asymptotic volume ratio is defined as: V( 9 ) -- 1·1m Vx(r) . r--+oo rn The limit exists and is independent of the base point x by the Bishop volume comparison theorem.

8 directly implies that Ai(t) is nondecreasing in t for every 1 :::; i :::; n. This will imply that limHoo Ai(t) exists for all i. 1 in [9] to prove that g(t) behaves like gradient KahlerRicci soliton with fixed point at p as t -+ 00 in the following sense: For any tk -+ 00, there is a subsequence of g(t+tk) such that (M,g(t+tk)) converge to a gradient Kahler-Ricci soliton. To prove this one actually only needs the convergence of the scalar curvature R(p, t). In case the manifold has maximum volume growth, a more general result similar to this was obtained by Ni [40] independently.