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Human-driven spatiotemporal distribution of phosphorus flux in the environment of a mega river basin 期刊论文
SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2021, 卷号: 752, 页码: 13
Authors:  Cui, Meng;  Guo, Qingjun;  Wei, Rongfei;  Tian, Liyan
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Anthropogenic phosphorus  Yangtze River Basin  Agriculture sources  Water quality  Eutrophication  
Multivariable flood risk and its dynamics considering project reasonable service life in a changing environment 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 2020, 卷号: 590, 页码: 13
Authors:  Wang, Hanye;  Huang, Shengzhi;  Fang, Wei;  Hou, Beibei;  Leng, Guoyong;  Huang, Qiang;  Zhao, Jing;  Han, Zhiming
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Flood risk analysis  Multivariable  Joint return period  Copula function  Project reasonable service life  The Yangtze River Basin  
Progress in watershed geography in the Yangtze River Basin and the affiliated ecological security perspective in the past 20 years, China 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES, 2020, 卷号: 30, 期号: 6, 页码: 867-880
Authors:  Gao, Yang;  Jia, Junjie;  Lu, Yao;  Sun, Xiaomin;  Wen, Xuefa;  He, Nianpeng;  Yang, Tiantian
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watershed physiography  ecological security  earth system science  critical zone  C-N-H2O coupling  Yangtze River Basin  
Dynamic Changes of Plateau Wetlands in the Damqu River Basin, Yangtze River Source Region, China, 1988-2015 期刊论文
WETLANDS, 2020, 页码: 16
Authors:  Zhao, Zhilong;  Liu, Linshan;  Wang, Zhaofeng;  Zhang, Yili;  Li, Lanhui;  Liu, Fenggui
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Wetland change  Damqu River basin  The Yangtze River source region  Tibetan plateau  Remote sensing monitoring  
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  
Changes in production potentials of rapeseed in the Yangtze River Basin of China under climate change: A multi-model ensemble approach 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES, 2018, 卷号: 28, 期号: 11, 页码: 1700-1714
Authors:  Tian Zhan;  Ji Yinghao;  Sun Laixiang;  Xu Xinliang;  Fan Dongli;  Zhong Honglin;  Liang Zhuoran;  Ficsher, Gunther
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climate change  rapeseed production  AEZ  Yangtze River Basin  
Suspended sediment dynamics at different time scales in the Loushui River, south-central China SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Sun L. Y.;  Yan, M.;  Cai, Q. G.;  Fang, H. Y.
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Temporal scale  Suspended sediment dynamic  Hysteresis loop  Flood  event  Sediment availability  upper yellow-river  worlds rivers  rating curves  yangtze-river  ne  spain  transport  basin  runoff  catchment  stream  
Hydrological Response of East China to the Variation of East Asian Summer Monsoon SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Li F. X.;  Chen, D.;  Tang, Q. H.;  Li, W. H.;  Zhang, X. J.
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yellow-river basin  atmospheric circulation  temperature increases  soil-moisture  yangtze-river  detect trend  precipitation  rainfall  climate  streamflow  
Mapping Water Vulnerability of the Yangtze River Basin: 1994-2013 SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Sun F. Y.;  Kuang, W. H.;  Xiang, W. N.;  Che, Y.
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Water vulnerability  Integrated hydrologic assessment  SWAT  IHA  FDC  Yangtze River Basin  flow-duration curves  hydrologic alteration  climate-change  grey  prediction  hanjiang basin  poyang lake  resources  indicators  management  model  
Water storage in reservoirs built from 1997 to 2014 significantly altered the calculated evapotranspiration trends over China SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Mao Y. N.;  Wang, K. C.;  Liu, X. M.;  Liu, C. M.
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evapotranspiration  yangtze-river basin  incident solar-radiation  yellow-river  pan  evaporation  carbon-dioxide  climate-change  scale evapotranspiration  continental runoff  tibetan plateau  temporal trend