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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
2016
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  
Factors contributing to nitrate contamination in a groundwater recharge area of the North China Plain SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Wang S. Q.;  Tang, C. Y.;  Song, X. F.;  Yuan, R. Q.;  Han, Z. W.;  Pan, Y.
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nitrate contamination  land use  CFCs  groundwater dating  North China  Plain  land-use  stable-isotopes  shallow groundwater  residence time  water-quality  management strategies  major ions  aquifer  waste  flow  
Soil property variation mapping through data mining of soil category maps SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Du F.;  Zhu, A. X.;  Band, L.;  Liu, J.
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Soil Property  Continuous Variation  Hydrological Modelling  Data  Mining  Solim  Soil Similarity Model  Knowledge Discovery  Spatial Information  Fuzzy-logic  Disaggregation  Model  Topmodel  Scale  Similarity  Science  
Assessing the effects of precipitation and temperature changes on hydrological processes in a glacier-dominated catchment SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Wang X. L.;  Luo, Y.;  Sun, L.;  Zhang, Y. Q.
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climate change  snow melt  glacier melt  streamflow  SWAT  detrended  method  climate-change impacts  river-basin  northwest china  tien-shan  runoff  changes  central-asia  model development  seasonal runoff  canadian  rivers  water-resources  
A combined rainfall infiltration model based on Green-Ampt and SCS-curve number SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Li J.;  Wang, Z. G.;  Liu, C. M.
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Green-ampt  Scs-cn  Runoff  Infiltration  Soil Hydrology  Cn Method  Soil  Validation  Flow  Air  
Snow cover variability and snowmelt in a high-altitude ungauged catchment SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Wang R.;  Yao, Z. J.;  Liu, Z. F.;  Wu, S. S.;  Jiang, L. G.;  Wang, L.
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Snow Cover  Snowmelt  Snow Melting Time  Climate Change  Headwater Of  The Yangtze River  Baseflow Separation Methods  Yangtze-river Basin  Climate-change  Source  Region  Water Availability  Himalayan River  Western China  Runoff  Temperature  Glacier  
Irrigation-induced changes in potential evaporation: More attention is needed EI期刊论文
2014
Authors:  Han Songjun;  Tang Qiuhong;  Xu Di;  Wang Shaoli
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Long-term variability in the water budget and its controls in an oak-dominated temperate forest EI期刊论文
2014
Authors:  Xie Jing;  Sun Ge;  Chu Hou-Sen;  Liu Junguo;  Mcnulty Steven G.;  Noormets Asko;  John Ranjeet;  Ouyang Zutao;  Zha Tianshan;  Li Haitao;  Guan Wenbin;  Chen Jiquan
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Recharging (Underground Waters)  Budget Control  Ecosystems  Evapotranspiration  Forestry  Hydrology  Leaf Springs  Plants (Botany)  Soil Moisture  Water Supply  
Irrigation-induced changes in potential evaporation: more attention is needed SCI/SSCI论文
2014
Authors:  Han S. J.;  Tang Q. H.;  Xu D.;  Wang S. L.
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Pan Evaporation  Temporal Characteristics  Water-balance  Climate  Trends  Evapotranspiration  20th-century  Impacts  Basin  India  
Regional extreme-dry-spell frequency analysis using the L-moments method in the middle reaches of the Yellow River Basin, China SCI/SSCI论文
2014
Authors:  She D. X.;  Xia J.;  Zhang D.;  Ye A. Z.;  Sood A.
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Regional Frequency Analysis  L-moments Method  Extreme Dry Spell  Yellow  River Basin  Wet Spells  Drought  Distributions  Series