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Assessing three fish species ecological status in Colorado River, Grand Canyon based on physical habitat and population models 期刊论文
MATHEMATICAL BIOSCIENCES, 2018, 卷号: 298, 页码: 91-104
Authors:  Yao Weiwei;  Chen Yuansheng
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Habitat and population model  Colorado River  Rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)  Brown trout (Salmo trutta)  Flannelmouth sucker (Catostomus latipinnis)  Fish restoration plan  
River network evolution and fluvial process responses to human activity in a hyper-arid environment - Case of the Tarim River in Northwest China SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Yu G. A.;  Disse, M.;  Huang, H. Q.;  Yu, Y.;  Li, Z. W.
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Channel network evolution  Fluvial processes  Human impacts  Dryland  river  Tarim River  colorado plateau region  central australia  sediment transport  northern  plains  climate-change  human impacts  land-use  channel  basin  adjustments  
Energy and water exchanges over a riparian Tamarix spp. stand in the lower Tarim River basin under a hyper-arid climate SCI/SSCI论文
2014
Authors:  Yuan G. F.;  Zhang P.;  Shao M. A.;  Luo Y.;  Zhu X. C.
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Eddy Covariance  Water And Energy Exchange  Evapotranspiration  Tarim  River  Tamarix Spp.  Hyper-arid  Carbon-dioxide Exchange  Lower Colorado River  Asian Desert Shrubs  Lower Reaches  Interannual Variation  Semiarid Grassland  Vegetation  Dynamics  Populus-euphratica  Ramosissima Stands  Seasonal Patterns  
Knickpoints within the Suoshui watershed and the implication for the age of sandstone pillars in Zhangjiajie, China SCI/SSCI论文
2014
Authors:  Shi C. X.;  Shao W. W.
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Bedrock River  Knickpoint  Sandstone Pillar  Landform Evolution  Stream Erosion Models  River Incision  Landscape Evolution  Fluvial  Erosion  Colorado River  New-zealand  Bedrock  Knickzones  Catchment  Profiles  
Relationships between oceanic-atmospheric patterns and soil moisture in the Upper Colorado River Basin 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 2011, 卷号: 411, 期号: 1-2, 页码: 77-90
Authors:  Tang, Chunling;  Piechota, Thomas C.;  Chen, Dong
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Soil Moisture  Drought  Oceanic-atmospheric Patterns  Singular Value Decomposition  Upper Colorado River Basin