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Heteroscedastic and symmetric efficiency for hydrological model evaluation criteria 期刊论文
HYDROLOGY RESEARCH, 2019, 卷号: 50, 期号: 5, 页码: 1189-1201
Authors:  Zhan, Chesheng;  Han, Jian;  Zou, Lei;  Sun, Fubao;  Wang, Tiejun
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conceptual hydrological model  goodness of fit  heteroscedasticity  metric space  model performance assessment  
Modeling soil salinization at the downstream of a lowland reservoir 期刊论文
HYDROLOGY RESEARCH, 2019, 卷号: 50, 期号: 5, 页码: 1202-1215
Authors:  Wu, Xia;  Xia, Jun;  Zhan, Chesheng;  Jia, Ruiliang;  Li, Yang;  Qiao, Yunfeng;  Zou, Lei
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groundwater  HYDRUS-1D  lowland reservoir  soil salinization  unsaturated zone  water salinity  
Effects of topographic domain and land use on spatial variability of deep soil moisture in the semi-arid Loess Plateau of China 期刊论文
HYDROLOGY RESEARCH, 2019, 卷号: 50, 期号: 5, 页码: 1281-1292
Authors:  Yu, Bowel;  Liu, Gaohuan;  Liu, Qingsheng;  Huang, Chong;  Li, He
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deep soil moisture  land use  Loess Plateau  spatial distribution  topographic domain  
A simple regional snow hydrological process-based snow depth model and its application in the Upper Yangtze River Basin 期刊论文
HYDROLOGY RESEARCH, 2019, 卷号: 50, 期号: 2, 页码: 672-690
Authors:  Ren, Yanqun;  Liu, Suxia
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critical temperature  hydrological model  MODIS  snow depth simulation  Upper Yangtze River Basin  
Analysis of changes in drought and terrestrial water storage in the Tarim River Basin based on principal component analysis 期刊论文
HYDROLOGY RESEARCH, 2019, 卷号: 50, 期号: 2, 页码: 761-777
Authors:  Xia, Jun;  Yang, Peng;  Zhan, Chesheng;  Qiao, Yunfeng
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drought change  principal component analysis  Tarim River Basin  teleconnection indices  terrestrial water storage  
Modelling soil detachment capacity by rill flow with hydraulic variables on a simulated steep loessial hillslope 期刊论文
HYDROLOGY RESEARCH, 2019, 卷号: 50, 期号: 1, 页码: 85-98
Authors:  Shen, Nan;  Wang, Zhanli;  Zhang, Qingwei;  Chen, Hao;  Wu, Bing
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flume experiment  hydraulic parameters  rill erosion  soil detachment capacity  
Combined use of volume-area and volume-length scaling relationships in glacio-hydrological simulation 期刊论文
HYDROLOGY RESEARCH, 2018, 卷号: 49, 期号: 6, 页码: 1753-1772
Authors:  Wang, Xiaolei;  Zhang, Yiqing;  Luo, Yi;  Sun, Lin;  Shafeeque, Muhammad
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elevation profile  glacier area change  glacier hydrology  SWAT  volume-area and volume-length scaling relations  
Hydrologic processes of groundwater in a small monsoon-influenced mountainous watershed 期刊论文
HYDROLOGY RESEARCH, 2018, 卷号: 49, 期号: 6, 页码: 2016-2029
Authors:  Yuan, Ruiqiang;  Wang, Shiqin;  Yang, Lihu;  Liu, Jianrong;  Wang, Peng;  Song, Xianfang
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bedrock percolation  groundwater recharge  hydrologic processes  mountain block recharge  mountainous watershed  North China Plain  
Separating the impacts of climate change and human activities on actual evapotranspiration in Aksu River Basin ecosystems, Northwest China 期刊论文
HYDROLOGY RESEARCH, 2018, 卷号: 49, 期号: 6, 页码: 1740-1752
Authors:  Yang, Peng;  Xia, Jun;  Zhan, Chesheng;  Chen, Xuejuan;  Qiao, Yunfeng;  Chen, Jie
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actual evapotranspiration  Aksu River Basin  land use cover change  vegetation interfaces processes model  water balance  
Gradation of the significance level of trends in precipitation over China 期刊论文
HYDROLOGY RESEARCH, 2018, 卷号: 49, 期号: 6, 页码: 1890-1901
Authors:  Xie, Ping;  Zhao, Yuxi;  Sang, Yan-Fang;  Gu, Haiting;  Wu, Ziyi;  Singh, Vijay P.
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detection and attribution  global climate change  hydrological variability  significance  stochastic process  trend