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Experimental study on soil erosion by concentrated waterflow affected by thawed soil depth 期刊论文
CATENA, 2021, 卷号: 207, 页码: 11
Authors:  Chen, Chao;  Lei, Tingwu;  Ban, Yunyun;  Gao, Xiaofeng;  Yang, Xiusheng
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Soil erosion process  Thawed soil depth  Slope gradient  Flow rate  Sediment delivery  
Influence of thawed soil depth on rainfall erosion of frozen bare meadow soil in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau 期刊论文
Authors:  Gao, Xiaofeng;  Shi, Xiaonan;  Lei, Tingwu
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model  partially thawed soil  rainfall erosion  sediment delivery  sediment supply limits  soil freezing and thawing  
Prediction of sediment transport capacity using thawed depth deduced from temperature measurement 期刊论文
SOIL & TILLAGE RESEARCH, 2021, 卷号: 207, 页码: 9
Authors:  Shi, Chen;  Ban, Yunyun;  Tang, Qiuhong
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Soil temperature  Thawed soil depth  Model deduction  Meltwater erosion  Sediment transport capacity  
An experimental investigation of the effects of thawed soil depth on rill flow velocity 期刊论文
HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES, 2021, 卷号: 35, 期号: 2, 页码: 13
Authors:  Gao, Xiaofeng;  Shi, Xiaonan;  Lei, Tingwu;  Liu, Huaqing;  Yang, Jiahui
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rainfall  rill  rill flow velocity  soil freezing and thawing  thawed soil depth  
Alterations to biological soil crusts with alpine meadow retrogressive succession affect seeds germination of three plant species SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Li Y. K.;  Ouyang, J. Z.;  Lin, L.;  Xu, X. L.;  Zhang, F. W.;  Du, Y. G.;  Liu, S. L.;  Cao, G. M.;  Han, F.
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Crust type  Seed position  Microenvironment  Germination  Tibetan  Plateau  Vascular plants  vascular plants  seedling establishment  nitrogen-fixation  desert  plants  negev desert  disturbance  emergence  grasses  israel  degradation  
Levels and distribution of organochlorine pesticides and hexachlorobutadiene in soils and terrestrial organisms from a former pesticide-producing area in Southwest China SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Tang Z. W.;  Huang, Q. F.;  Nie, Z. Q.;  Yang, Y. F.;  Yang, J.;  Qu, D.;  Cheng, J. L.
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Organochlorine pesticides  Hexachlorobutadiene  Bioaccumulation  Pesticide factory  Risks  water treatment plants  ecological risk  hexachlorocyclohexane isomers  polychlorinated-biphenyls  chlorinated hydrocarbons  spatial-distribution  river  lindane  india  ocps  
Simulating low and high streamflow driven by snowmelt in an insufficiently gauged alpine basin SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Zhang F. Y.;  Ahmad, S.;  Zhang, H. Q.;  Zhao, X.;  Feng, X. W.;  Li, L. H.
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Streamflow  Cumulative temperature  Snowmelt  Infiltration  Kaidu River  basin  System dynamics  surface backscatter response  trmm precipitation radar  forecast lead  time  climate-change  united-states  river-basin  modeling approach  water-resources  soil-moisture  tarim river  
Complex response of runoff-precipitation ratio to the rising air temperature: the source area of the Yellow River, China SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Xu J. X.
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Water cycle  Climate change  Runoff generation  Complex response  The  Yellow River's source area  Qinghai-Tibet Plateau  water availability  climate  trends  snow  
Effects of plant-derived dissolved organic matter (DOM) on soil CO2 and N2O emissions and soil carbon and nitrogen sequestrations SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Qiu Q. Y.;  Wu, L. F.;  Ouyang, Z.;  Li, B. B.;  Xu, Y. Y.;  Wu, S. S.;  Gregorich, E. G.
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Dissolved Organic Matter  Co2 Emission  N2o Emission  Microbial Biomass  Carbon  Soil Carbon Sequestration  Soil Nitrogen Sequestration  Microbial Biomass-c  North China Plain  Oxide Emissions  Terrestrial  Ecosystems  Residue Decomposition  Grassland Soils  n Availability  Poultry Manure  Labile Carbon  Crop Residues  
Soil-moisture conditions indicated by field-layer plants help identify vulnerable forests in the forest-steppe of semi-arid Southern Siberia SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Anenkhonov O. A.;  Korolyuk, A. Y.;  Sandanov, D. V.;  Liu, H. Y.;  Zverev, A. A.;  Guo, D. L.
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Forest-steppe  Plant Indicator Values  Habitat Wetness  Plant  Distribution Patterns  Semi-arid Vegetation  Pine Forest  Larch Forest  Forest Vulnerability  Climate Change  Southern Siberia  Tree Mortality  Larix-sibirica  Scots Pine  Spatial Variations  Deciduous Forests  Vegetation Shifts  Summer Drought  Climate  Values  Microclimate