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Simulating the Impact of Climate Change on Runoff in a Typical River Catchment of the Loess Plateau, China

G. Q Wang, J. Y Zhang, Y. Q Xuan, J. L Jin, Z. X Bao, He R. M, C. S Liu, Y. L Liu, X. L Yan, Yunqing Xuan Orcid Logo

Journal of Hydrometeorology, Volume: e-View, Start page: 130528133534008

Swansea University Author: Yunqing Xuan Orcid Logo

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DOI (Published version): 10.1175/JHM-D-12-081.1

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Journal IF 3.05 This paper presents the results of a successful international research collaboration with China, sponsored by both the UK (DFID) and China governments. It was the very first systematic study on the unique Loess Plateau on climate change impact in water resources. The findings have al...

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Published in: Journal of Hydrometeorology
ISSN: 1525-755X 1525-7541
Published: 2013
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa14967
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Abstract: Journal IF 3.05 This paper presents the results of a successful international research collaboration with China, sponsored by both the UK (DFID) and China governments. It was the very first systematic study on the unique Loess Plateau on climate change impact in water resources. The findings have already been adopted by the central Chinese government for water resources management of the area.
Item Description: Journal IF 3.05This paper presents the results of a successful international research project on climate change impact. I was the leader of the overseas collaborator drawing up the main idea of the original proposal and supervised the research afterwards. The project was initiated and supported by both the UK (DFID) and China governments. The research features one of the first systematic studies on the Loess Plateau on climate change impact in water resources. The outcome of the project has already been adopted by the central Chinese government (the Ministry of Water Resources) for water resources management of the area. Contact Dr Guoqing Wang (gqwang@nhri.cn). Note that there is an error in the DOI linked early online version of the paper in my affiliation, which will be corrected later on (contactJillian Neustel <jneustel@ametsoc.org>)
College: College of Engineering
Start Page: 130528133534008