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Accuracy Assessment of the Planar Morphology of Valley Bank Gullies Extracted with High Resolution Remote Sensing Imagery on the Loess Plateau, China 期刊论文
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH, 2019, 卷号: 16, 期号: 3, 页码: 19
Authors:  Chen, Yixian;  Jiao, Juying;  Wei, Yanhong;  Zhao, Hengkang;  Yu, Weijie;  Cao, Binting;  Xu, Haiyan;  Yan, Fangchen;  Wu, Duoyang;  Li, Hang
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valley bank gully  Pleiades imagery  visual interpretation  accuracy assessing standard  gully detection limit  gully dimensions  vegetation cover  gully shape complexity  broken topography  
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  
Assessment of soil erosion using RUSLE and GIS: a case study of the Yangou watershed in the Loess Plateau, China SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Tang Q.;  Xu, Y.;  Bennett, S. J.;  Li, Y.
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Soil Erosion  Rusle  Gis  Yangou Watershed  Loess Plateau  China  Sediment Transport Models  Land-use  Area  Simulation  Yield  
Sediment budgets for a sediment-laden river: the lower Wei River in the period 1960-1990 SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Shao W. W.;  Shi, C. X.;  Fan, X. L.;  Zhou, Y. Y.;  Bai, J. B.
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Sediment Budget  Sediment Delivery  Catchment Control  Base Level  Control  Lower Wei River  Coon Creek Basin  Conceptual-framework  Fluvial Processes  Delivery  Problem  Baselevel Change  Climate-change  Worlds Rivers  Yangtze-river  Catchment  Channel  
Sediment concentrations in run-off varying with spatial scale in an agricultural subwatershed of the Chinese Loess Plateau SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Zheng M. G.;  Li, R. K.;  He, J. J.
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soil erosion  sediment yield  scale  hyperconcentrated flows  Loess  Plateau  hilly areas  soil-erosion  hyperconcentrated flow  delivery problem  debris flow  basin area  yield  dependency  catchment  river  
Aspect-induced differences in soil erosion intensity in a gullied hilly region on the Chinese Loess Plateau SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Fang H. Y.;  Guo, M.
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The Chinese Loess Plateau  Slope Aspect  Soil Erosion Intensity  Topoclimate  Wind-driven Rain  Slope Aspect  Vegetation Restoration  Spatial-distribution  Nutrient Losses  Small Catchment  Land-use  Badlands  Impact  Forest  
The geomorphology and evolution of aeolian landforms within a river valley in a semi-humid environment: A case study from Mainling Valley, Qinghai-Tibet Plateau SCI/SSCI论文
2014
Authors:  Zhou N.;  Zhang C. L.;  Wu X. X.;  Wang X. M.;  Kang L. Q.
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Aeolian Landform  Mainling Valley  Morphometric Characteristics  Evolutionary Sequence  Grain-size Characteristics  Southwestern Kalahari  Linear Dunes  Sand  Desert  Australia  Dynamics  Pattern  Accumulation  Variability  
Fine root distribution pattern of different aged Leucaena leucocephala trees in debris flow source area in Jiangjia Gully, China SCI/SSCI论文
2014
Authors:  Guo L. H.;  Wang D. J.;  Sun X. M.;  Chen D.;  Chen X. Y.
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Leucaena Leucocephala  Jiangjia Gully  Debris Flow  Root Distribution  Shallow-slope Stability  Soil-erosion  Vertical-distribution  Biomass  Distribution  System Architecture  Concentrated Flow  Diffuse Pollution  Loess Plateau  Mature Stands  Forest  
High-position debris flow: A long-term active geohazard after the Wenchuan earthquake SCI/SSCI论文
2014
Authors:  Zhang Y. S.;  Cheng Y. L.;  Yin Y. P.;  Lan H. X.;  Wang J.;  Fu X. X.
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High-position Debris Flow  Wenchuan Earthquake  Post-earthquake  Geohazard  Complex Characteristics  Long-term Activity  Chi-chi-earthquake  Rainfall Intensity  Shallow Landslides  Duration  Control  Rock  Taiwan  Runout  Impact  Area  
High-position debris flow: A long-term active geohazard after the Wenchuan earthquake EI期刊论文
2014
Authors:  Zhang Yongshuang;  Cheng Yuliang;  Yin Yueping;  Lan Hengxing;  Wang Jun;  Fu Xiaoxiao
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