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Hydrological Research in China: Process Studies, Modelling Approaches and Applications

Author / Editor: Dawen Yang, Fuqiang Tian, Lihua Tang & Zhiyu Liu
Publication Number: 322
ISBN Number: 978-1-901502-64-0
Year: 2008
Pages: 262

Price: £55.00

Climate in China varies from arid to semi-arid and semi-humid to humid, inducing a variety of hydrological phenomena. The Chinese population has tripled during the last 50 years, to reach 1.3 billion. Under the pressure of the increasing population, in northern China the scarcity of water resources is becoming a bottleneck for social and economic development, and has led to the widespread degradation of natural ecosystems and the environment, while in southern China flooding is a great threat and the potential risks are increasing steadily. Accurate predictions of droughts and floods are extremely important to these regions. China is changing from traditional water resources development to water resources management for sustainable development, and needs advanced hydrology for this. The contributions here were selected from an International PUB (Predictions in Ungauged Basins) meeting in China, and provide a cross-section of the innovative research there.

Contents for Hydrological Research in China: Process Studies, Modelling Approaches and Applications

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Hydrological Research in China : Process Studies, Modelling Approaches and Applications, Symposium held at Beijing, September 2006
Dawen Yang, Fuqiang Tian, Lihua Tang & Zhiyu Liu, Editors
   
Preface
Yang, D., Tian, F., Tang, L., Zhiyu, L.
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Table of Contents
Yang, D., Tian, F., Tang, L., Zhiyu, L.
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Evaporation paradox in the Yellow River Basin, China
Cong, Z., Yang, D., Sun, F., Ni, G.
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Evaluating the advection-aridity model of evaporation using data from field-sized surfaces of HEIFE
Han, S., Hu, H., Tian, F.
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An improved analytical approach to estimate in situ biodegradation rates
Liu, Y., Wu, X.
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Estimating unsaturated soil hydraulic parameters using a generalized Richards equation
Lu, H., Zhu, Y., Yu, Z.
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Computation of grid storage capacity from topographic index in hydrological modelling
Shi, P., Rui, X., Qu, S., Chen, X.
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A tracer experiment and numerical simulation of potential nitrogen pollution from agricultural fertilization
Tang, L., Zhang, S., Sun, X.
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Assessing the effects of different cropping patterns on drainage capability of the southern riverine basin
Wu, F., Hu, T.
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Possible impact of aerosols on orographic precipitation in eastern China
Yang, H., Yang, D., Li, P., Wang, Y.
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Estimating dry matter content for winter wheat using MODIS reflectance data
Yi, Y., Yang, D., Chen, D.
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A large-scale routing scheme for stream simulation and its application to river basins in China
Chen, F., Xie, Z.
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Investigation of organized hydrological heterogeneity from a spatial analysis perspective
Li, H., Sivapalan, M.
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Appropriate contributing area threshold of a digital river network extracted from DEM for hydrological simulation
Li, L., Wang, J., Hao, Z.
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A statistically-based runoff-yield model
Liang, Z., Wang, J., Lei, Y., Shi, Y.
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Uncertainty estimation for the Xin'anjiang model parameters
Liu, F., Rui, X., Xie, H., Feng, J., Yu, J.
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Generation of triangulated irregular networks for distributed hydrological modelling
Ni, G., Wang, L., Tian, F., Hu, H.
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Scale and resolution effects of topographic index by 2-D continuous wavelet transform
Wang, D., Cai, X.
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A long-term runoff forecast model based on association rules of data mining
Wang, F., Xu, S.
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A macro-scale hydrological model based on a spatial averaging approach: model structure and an application 
Yang, Z., Hu, H., Tian, F.
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Assessment of hydrological model structure based on parameter identifiability
Zhao, H., Yang, X., Jiang, Y.
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Uncertainty of the box-counting method for estimating the fractal dimension of river networks 
Zhou, M., Tian, F., Hu, H.
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A variable fuzzy-sets assessment model and its application to regional water resources assessment
Chen, S., Chai, C., Li, M.
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Implementation of subgrid-scale spatial variability of parameters in a regional climate-hydrology coupled model
Chen, X., Yu, Z., Huang, Y., Cui, G., Ren, L., Chen, X.
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Impacts of climate change on hydrological processes and water resources in the headwater area of the Yellow River
Gao, H., Jia, Y., Niu, C., Qiu, Y., Wang, H.
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Ecological water resources requirement of the Ningxia natural oasis using the groundwater level variation amplitude method
Huang, X., Zhang, X., Zhai, C.
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Mapping the average annual runoff depth in Huangshui watershed using DEM
Jia, S., Lin, S., Wang, Y.
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2-D hybrid approach to storm flood modelling in the Shalan catchment
Li, C., Lu, J., Ye, B.
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The uncertainty analysis of the wetted perimeter method via axis scaling for setting minimum ecological in-stream flow requirements
Liu, S., Mo, X., Xia, J., Liu, C., Ji, L.
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Temporal and spatial variations of d18O along the main stem of the Yangtze River, China
Lu, B., Sun, T., Wang, C., Dai, S., Kuang, J., Wang, J.
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Genetic algorithm based combined evaluation model for regional water security evaluation: a case study
Tong, F., Dong, Z.
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Comparing univariate ARMA and ARFIMA model for forecasting daily streamflows
Wang, W., Chen, X., Ma, J., Huo, S.
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Effects of land use changes on hydrological responses of the Mekong River 
Xie, S., Ao, T., Wu, L., Feng, W.
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Analysis of water resources variability in the Yellow River of China using a distributed hydrological model
Yang, D., Shao, W.
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Application of the grey self-memory neural network model for annual runoff forecasting
Zhang, X., Huang, L., Shen, B.
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Study on countermeasures for water resources shortage and changes of ecological environment in Shiyang River basin 
Zhang, Y., Jiang, J., Shen, B., Shen, Q.
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Determination of root-zone water storage in a desert woodland using a two-layer moisture balance model
Zhu, Y., Ren, L., Lu, H., Skaggs, T. H.
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Impact of climate change on the streamflow in the headwater catchment of the Yellow River basin
Zhao, F., Xu, Z., Huang, J.
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