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Using MODIS-NDVI Time Series to Quantify the Vegetation Responses to River Hydro-Geomorphology in the Wandering River Floodplain in an Arid Region 期刊论文
WATER, 2021, 卷号: 13, 期号: 16, 页码: 16
Authors:  Ablat, Xarapat;  Liu, Gaohuan;  Liu, Qingsheng;  Huang, Chong
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riparian vegetation  fluvial processes  hydro-geomorphological dynamics  MODIS-NDVI time-series  the upper Yellow River  dry regions  
Application of remote sensing time series for characterizing interactions between the vegetation and hydro-geomorphology in the high-latitude arid region floodplains 期刊论文
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 2019, 卷号: 344, 期号: 1
Authors:  Ablat,X;  Liu,G H;  Liu,Q S;  Huang,C
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Statistical study to identify the key factors governing ground water recharge in the watersheds of the arid Central Asia SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Zhu B. Q.;  Wang, Y. L.
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Hydrogeochemistry  Hierarchical cluster analysis  Principal components  analysis  Ground water recharge  Northern Xinjiang  Central Asia  northern xinjiang  climate-change  hydrochemical characteristics  hierarchical cluster  fluvial geochemistry  isotope geochemistry  hydrological regimes  chemical-composition  eastern siberia  aquifer  system  
Revised conceptualization of the North China Basin groundwater flow system: Groundwater age, heat and flow simulations SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Cao G. L.;  Han, D. M.;  Currell, M. J.;  Zheng, C. M.
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North China Basin  Groundwater flow system  Groundwater age  Hydrodynamic stagnant groundwater  environmental tracers  theoretical-analysis  mountainous terrain  regional flow  plain  water  aquifer  usa  sustainability  evolution  
Identification of anthropogenic and natural inputs of sulfate into a karstic coastal groundwater system in northeast China: evidence from major ions, delta C-13(DIC) and delta S-34(SO4) SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Han D. M.;  Song, X. F.;  Currell, M. J.
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carbonate aquifers  dissolved sulfate  southern spain  basin  water  salinization  evolution  seawater  isotope  quality  
Statistical study to identify the key factors governing ground water recharge in the watersheds of the arid Central Asia (vol 188, 66, 2016) SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Zhu B. Q.;  Wang, Y. L.
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Establishing a rainfall threshold for flash flood warnings in China's mountainous areas based on a distributed hydrological model SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Miao Q. H.;  Yang, D. W.;  Yang, H. B.;  Li, Z.
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Flash flood warning  Distributed hydrological model  Ungauged  catchments  Rainfall threshold  Binary classification  ungauged locations  forecast system  united-states  part ii  soil  guidance  river  precipitation  parameters  basins  
Social-ecological challenges in the Yellow River basin (China): a review SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Wohlfart C.;  Kuenzer, C.;  Chen, C.;  Liu, G. H.
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Global change  Yellow River  River basin management  Socioeconomic  development  Environmental degradation  Human pressure  China  xizang tibet plateau  past 50 years  water discharge  loess plateau  sediment load  land-cover  riparian wetlands  nature-reserve  climate-change  delta  
Vegetative impacts upon bedload transport capacity and channel stability for differing alluvial planforms in the Yellow River source zone SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Li Z. W.;  Yu, G. A.;  Brierley, G.;  Wang, Z. Y.
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active meandering river  gravel-bed rivers  sand braid-bar  riparian  vegetation  british-columbia  squamish river  anabranching channels  fluvial landforms  jamuna river  amazon river  
Temporal Variations of Flow-sediment Relationships in a Highly Erodible Catchment of the Loess Plateau, China SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Gao G. Y.;  Ma, Y.;  Fu, B. J.
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soil erosion  flow-sediment relationship  land-use change  multi-temporal scale  loess plateau  yellow-river basin  land-use changes  soil-erosion  suspended sediment  vegetation restoration  water discharge  climate changes  middle  reaches  spatial scale  hilly areas