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Application of Landsat derived indices and hydrological alteration matrices to quantify the response of floodplain wetlands to river hydrology in arid regions based on different dam operation strategies 期刊论文
SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2019, 卷号: 688, 页码: 1389-1404
Authors:  Ablat, Xarapat;  Liu, Gaohuan;  Liu, Qingsheng;  Huang, Chong
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Floodplain wetlands  Indicators of hydrological alteration  Liujiaxia and Longyangxia dams  Remote sensing  The Upper Yellow River  Arid regions  
黄河临河段辫状河道近几十年的演变及影响因素 学位论文
硕士: 中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所, 2016
Authors:  梅艳国
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Decadal trends and causes of sedimentation in the Inner Mongolia reach of the upper Yellow River, China SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Shi C. X.
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upper Yellow River  alluvial river  upstream control  sediment rating  curve  channel aggradation  climate-change  land-use  fluvial sediment  sacramento river  complex  response  drainage-basin  coastal ocean  late holocene  human impact  transport  
Spatial and temporal variations of channel lateral migration rates in the Inner Mongolian reach of the upper Yellow River SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Wang S. J.;  Li, L.;  Ran, L. S.;  Yan, Y. X.
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River channel  Migration rate  Variations  Channel pattern  Inner  Mongolian reach  Yellow River  downstream  patterns  geometry  dams  
Lateral erosion/accretion area and shrinkage rate of the Linhe reach braided channel of the Yellow River between 1977 and 2014 SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Wang S. J.;  Mei, Y. G.
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channel planform geometry  river bank  erosion-accretion variation  channel shrinkage  Linhe reach  braided channel  Yellow River  inner mongolian reach  upstream reservoirs  geometry  migration  operation  
Investigation of changes in the annual maximum flood in the Yellow River basin, China SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Bai P.;  Liu, X. M.;  Liang, K.;  Liu, C. M.
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Annual maximum flood  Dramatic decrease  Climate variability  Human  activity  Yellow River  past 50 years  conservation practices  extreme precipitation  sediment  discharge  frequency-analysis  non-stationarity  trend detection  climate-change  loess plateau  united-states  
Progradation of the Yellow (Huanghe) River delta in response to the implementation of a basin-scale water regulation program SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Zhou Y. Y.;  Huang, H. Q.;  Nanson, G. C.;  Huang, C.;  Liu, G. H.
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Yellow River Delta  Water Regulation  Sediment Supply  Land Accretion  River Mouth Channel  Shoreline Change  Sediment Load  Dynamic Characteristics  China  Mouth  Channel  Evolution  Discharge  Holocene  Impacts  Erosion  
Integrated index for drought assessment based on variable fuzzy set theory: A case study in the Yellow River basin, China SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Huang S. Z.;  Chang, J. X.;  Leng, G. Y.;  Huang, Q.
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Integrated Drought Index  Variable Fuzzy Set Theory  Entropy Weight  Method  Qualitative Change Point  The Yellow River Basin  Standardized Precipitation Index  Severity Index  Soil-moisture  Hydrological Droughts  Model  Water  Copulas  Impacts  Periods  Dataset  
The influence of dilution on downstream channel sedimentation in large rivers: the Yellow River, China SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Xu J. X.
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Sediment Transport  Sedimentation  Decoupling Of Water And Sediment  Sources  Dilution Effect  The Yellow River  Budget  
Quantifying the impact of climate variability and human activities on streamflow in the middle reaches of the Yellow River basin, China EI期刊论文
Authors:  Zhao Guangju;  Tian Peng;  Mu Xingmin;  Jiao Juying;  Wang Fei;  Gao Peng
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Stream Flow