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Vegetation dynamics and their drivers in the Haihe river basin, Northern China, 1982-2012 期刊论文
Authors:  Zhang, Dongbo;  Sun, Shaobo;  Song, Zhaoliang;  Measho, Simon
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Normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI)  climate change  human activity  soil moisture  Haihe river basin  
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  
Climatic impacts of the Middle Route of the South-to-North Water Transfer Project over the Haihe River basin in North China simulated by a regional climate model SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Zou J.;  Zhan, C. S.;  Xie, Z. H.;  Qin, P. H.;  Jiang, S. S.
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climatic impact  regional climate model  South-to-North Water Transfer  Project  Haihe River Basin  surface climate  irrigation  agriculture  methodology  temperature  
A modeling study of irrigation effects on global surface water and groundwater resources under a changing climate SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Leng G. Y.;  Huang, M. Y.;  Tang, Q. H.;  Leung, L. R.
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haihe river-basin  northern china  change impacts  united-states  variability  sensitivity  fluxes  us  availability  exploitation  
Effects of anthropogenic groundwater exploitation on land surface processes: A case study of the Haihe River Basin, northern China SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Zou J.;  Xie, Z. H.;  Zhan, C. S.;  Qin, P. H.;  Sun, Q.;  Jia, B. H.;  Xia, J.
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Groundwater Exploitation  Land Surface Process  Haihe River Basin  Climate Models  Soil-moisture  High-plains  Water  Irrigation  Depletion  Runoff  Streamflow  System  Impact  
Variations and statistical probability characteristic analysis of extreme precipitation events under climate change in Haihe River Basin, China SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Du H.;  Xia J.;  Zeng S. D.;  She D. X.;  Liu J. J.
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Extreme Precipitation  Haihe River Basin  Extreme Value Distribution  Variations  Climate Change  Frequency  Trends  
Spatial and temporal variability of precipitation extrema in the Haihe River Basin, China SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Sang Y. F.;  Wang Z. G.;  Liu C. M.
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Precipitation  Precipitation Extrema  Climate Change  Urbanization  Drought  Haihe River Basin  Climate-change  Uncertainty  Multiscale  Canada  Risk  
Climatic responses to anthropogenic groundwater exploitation: a case study of the Haihe River Basin, Northern China SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Zou J.;  Xie Z. H.;  Yu Y.;  Zhan C. S.;  Sun Q.
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Groundwater Exploitation  Climatic Response  Haihe River Basin  Sensitivity Test  Land-surface Model  High-plains  Atmospheric Circulation  Water-resources  Great-plains  Irrigation  Precipitation  Runoff  Fluxes  Energy  
Evaluating actual evapotranspiration and impacts of groundwater storage change in the North China Plain SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Cao G. L.;  Han D. M.;  Song X. F.
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Actual Evapotranspiration  Complementary Relationship  Groundwater  Storage Change  North China Plain  Haihe River-basin  Regional Evapotranspiration  Complementary  Relationship  Water-resources  Evaporation Paradox  Hebei Plain  Scale  Models  Sustainability  Applicability  
Vulnerability of water resources and its spatial heterogeneity in Haihe River Basin, China SCI/SSCI论文
Authors:  Xia J.;  Chen J. X.;  Weng J. W.;  Yu L.;  Qi J. Y.;  Liao Q.
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Water Resource Vulnerability Assessment  Theil Index  Shannon-weaver  Index  Spatial Heterogeneity  Haihe River Basin  Population-growth  Climate-change