Han Fang1; Zhang Baiping2; Zhao Fang3; Guo Bing1; Liang Tian1
Source Publicationjournalofmountainscience
AbstractThe lofty and extensive Tibetan Plateau has significant mass elevation effect (MEE). In recent years, a great effort has been made to quantify MEE, with the recognition of intra-mountain basal elevation (MBE) as the main determinant of MEE. In this study, we improved the method of estimating MEE with MODIS and NECP data, by refining temperature laps rate, and dividing MBE plots, and then analyzed the spatio-temporal variation of MEE in the Plateau. The main conclusions include: 1) the highest average annual MEE of the plateau is as high as 11.5488A degrees C in the southwest of the plateau, where exists a high-MEE core and MEE takes on a trend of decreasing from the core to the surrounding areas; 2) in the interior of the plateau, the maximum monthly MEE is 14.1108A degrees C in the highest MBE plot (4934 m) in August; while the minimum monthly MEE appeared primarily in January and February; 3) in the peripheral areas of the plateau, annual mean MEE is relatively low, mostly between 3.0068A degrees C-5.1972A degrees C, where monthly MEE is high in January and December and low in June and July, completely different from the MEE time-series variation in the internal parts of the plateau.
Funding Project[Natural Science Foundation of China]
Document Type期刊论文
Affiliation1.School of Civil and Architectural Engineering,Shandong University of Technology
3.College of Environment and Planning,Henan University
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Han Fang,Zhang Baiping,Zhao Fang,et al. estimationofmasselevationeffectanditsannualvariationbasedonmodisandnecpdatainthetibetanplateau[J]. journalofmountainscience,2018,15(7):1510.
APA Han Fang,Zhang Baiping,Zhao Fang,Guo Bing,&Liang Tian.(2018).estimationofmasselevationeffectanditsannualvariationbasedonmodisandnecpdatainthetibetanplateau.journalofmountainscience,15(7),1510.
MLA Han Fang,et al."estimationofmasselevationeffectanditsannualvariationbasedonmodisandnecpdatainthetibetanplateau".journalofmountainscience 15.7(2018):1510.
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