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Coupling of a Regional Climate Model with a Crop Development Model and Evaluation of the Coupled Model across China 期刊论文
ADVANCES IN ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES, 2019, 卷号: 36, 期号: 5, 页码: 527-540
Authors:  Zou, Jing;  Xie, Zhenghui;  Zhan, Chesheng;  Chen, Feng;  Qin, Peihua;  Hu, Tong;  Xie, Jinbo
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model evaluation  model coupling  crop development model  regional climate model  climate modeling  
Subdaily to Seasonal Change of Surface Energy and Water Flux of the Haihe River Basin in China: Noah and Noah-MP Assessment 期刊论文
ADVANCES IN ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES, 2019, 卷号: 36, 期号: 1, 页码: 79-92
Authors:  Yang, Fuqiang;  Dan, Li;  Peng, Jing;  Yang, Xiujing;  Li, Yueyue;  Gao, Dongdong
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land surface model  Haihe River Basin  soil temperature  soil moisture  surface energy flux  seasonal cycle  
Temporal and Spatial Variations in the Climate Controls of Vegetation Dynamics on the Tibetan Plateau during 1982-2011 期刊论文
ADVANCES IN ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES, 2018, 卷号: 35, 期号: 11, 页码: 1337-1346
Authors:  Hua, Ting;  Wang, Xunming
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vegetation dynamics  climate control  temporal and spatial variations  Tibetan Plateau  
The Limiting Effect of Deep Soil Water on Evapotranspiration of a Subtropical Coniferous Plantation Subjected to Seasonal Drought 期刊论文
ADVANCES IN ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES, 2014, 卷号: 31, 期号: 2, 页码: 385-395
Authors:  Tang, YaKun(唐亚坤);  Wen, XF;  Sun, XM;  Zhang, XY;  Wang, HM
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Chinaflux  Evapotranspiration  Seasonal Drought  Subtropical Coniferous Plantation  
The Limiting Effect of Deep Soil Water on Evapotranspiration of a Subtropical Coniferous Plantation Subjected to Seasonal Drought 期刊论文
ADVANCES IN ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES, 2014, 卷号: 31, 期号: 2, 页码: 385-395
Authors:  Tang, YK;  Wen, XF;  Sun, XM;  Zhang, XY;  Wang, HM
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Chinaflux  Evapotranspiration  Seasonal Drought  Subtropical Coniferous Plantation  
The Limiting Effect of Deep Soil Water on Evapotranspiration of a Subtropical Coniferous Plantation Subjected to Seasonal Drought SCI/SSCI论文
2014
Authors:  Tang Y. K.;  Wen X. F.;  Sun X. M.;  Zhang X. Y.;  Wang H. M.
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Chinaflux  Evapotranspiration  Seasonal Drought  Subtropical Coniferous  Plantation  Net Ecosystem Exchange  Temperate Deciduous Forest  Carbon-dioxide  Exchange  Energy Fluxes  Heat Fluxes  Rain-forest  Co2 Fluxes  Grassland  Variability  Dynamics  
Satellite-based estimation of daily average net radiation under clear-sky conditions SCI/SSCI论文
2014
Authors:  Hou J. T.;  Jia G. S.;  Zhao T. B.;  Wang H. S.;  Tang B. H.
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Daily Average Net Radiation  Satellite  Climate Model  Four-component  Radiation  Surface Radiation Balance  Surface-energy Balance  Reflectance Distribution Function  Remote-sensing Algorithm  Bidirectional Reflectance  Solar-radiation  Noaa-avhrr  Heterogeneous Landscape  Shortwave Radiation  Vegetation  Canopy  Iberian Peninsula  
The Limiting Effect of Deep Soil Water on Evapotranspiration of a Subtropical Coniferous Plantation Subjected to Seasonal Drought 期刊论文
ADVANCES IN ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES, 2014, 卷号: 31, 期号: 2, 页码: 385-395
Authors:  Tang, YK;  Wen, XF;  Sun, XM;  Zhang, XY;  Wang, HM
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ChinaFLUX  evapotranspiration  seasonal drought  subtropical coniferous plantation  
Recent progress in studies of climate change in China SCI/SSCI论文
2012
Authors:  Ren G. Y.;  Ding Y. H.;  Zhao Z. C.;  Zheng J. Y.;  Wu T. W.;  Tang G. L.;  Xu Y.
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Overview  Temperature  Precipitation  Extreme Climate  Climate Change  Instrumental Records  Proxy Data  Detection  Attribution  Projection  Climate Model  China  Surface Air-temperature  Mainland China  North China  Precipitation  Trends  Model  Inhomogeneity  Variability  Frequency  Framework  
The Response of First Flowering Dates to Abrupt Climate Change in Beijing SCI/SSCI论文
2011
Authors:  Bai J.;  Ge Q. S.;  Dai J. H.
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Phenology  Climate Change  First Flowering Date (Ffd)  Woody Plants  Growing-season  Spring Phenology  Eastern China  Phenophases  Temperature  Impacts  Monsoon  Europe  Plants  Time