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InVEST Model-Based Estimation of Water Yield in North China and Its Sensitivities to Climate Variables

Guodong Yin, Xiao Wang, Xuan Zhang, Yongshuo Fu, Fanghua Hao, Qiuhong Hu
2020 Water  
Based on the Integrated Valuation of Ecosystem Services and Tradeoffs (InVEST) model, we estimated the temporal variations and associated factors in water yield ecosystem services in North China.  ...  We suggest shrub and grass would be more suitable revegetation programs to improve water yield capacity, and that climate warming might increase the water yield of forests and grasslands in humid regions  ...  The distribution of five river basins is showed in (B), including the Songhua River basin (SR), Liao River basin (LR), Yellow River basin (YR), Northwest River basin (NWR), and Hai River basin (HR).  ... 
doi:10.3390/w12061692 fatcat:42sfhanm6vcofjca5gsz4inxqa

Dynamic monitoring and analysis of land-use and land-cover change using Landsat multitemporal data in the Zhoushan Archipelago, China

Chao Chen, Huixin Chen, Weimin Liao, Xinxin Sui, Liyan Wang, Jianyu Chen, Yanli Chu
2020 IEEE Access  
We also greatly appreciate the USGS (https://www.usgs.gov) and Geospatial Data Cloud We thank LetPub (www.letpub.com) for its linguistic assistance during the preparation of this manuscript.  ...  of the manuscript.  ...  In China, the dynamic changes of land-use in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Jiaozuo, Wuyishan, and Jining have been monitored, and the landuse evolvement procedures of the Dongjiang River Basin, Pearl River  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3036128 fatcat:4znxqwy5zvc5zgxqn4eh4plwuu

The impact of urbanization and climate change on ecosystem services: A case study of the city belt along the Yellow River in Ningxia, China

Rongfang Lyu, Keith C. Clarke, Jianming Zhang, Xuehui Jia, Junli Feng, Jijun Li
2019 Computers, Environment and Urban Systems  
Yellow River in Ningxia.  ...  Since the spatial distribution and geophysical character of soils do not change over short timescales, land use change and climate dynamics drove the ESs change (Assessment, 2005) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2019.101351 fatcat:lb6yxx3f6fcr7acs4euxcf75jq

Global impacts of conversions from natural to agricultural ecosystems on water resources: Quantity versus quality

Bridget R. Scanlon, Ian Jolly, Marios Sophocleous, Lu Zhang
2007 Water Resources Research  
Increases in rain-fed cropland (460%) and pastureland (560%) during the past 300 years from forest and grasslands decreased evapotranspiration and increased recharge (two orders of magnitude) and streamflow  ...  Long time lags (decades to centuries) between land use changes and system response (e.g., recharge, streamflow, and water quality), particularly in semiarid regions, mean that the full impact of land use  ...  For example, doubling of irrigated agriculture in the Yellow River Basin accounts for $91% of surface water abstractions and resulted in drying up of the lower reach of the Yellow River since 1972, termed  ... 
doi:10.1029/2006wr005486 fatcat:qcxjjoxihve27lamu6vglpj3re

An integrated analysis of urbanization-triggered cropland loss trajectory and implications for sustainable land management

Jin S. Deng, Le F. Qiu, Ke Wang, Hong Yang, Yuan Y. Shi
2011 Cities  
This study deploys remote sensing to obtain accurate measures of cropland change information and applies GIS to examine the spatio-temporal trajectory of cropland loss.  ...  Coupled with landscape metrics and soil quality assessment approach, this paper also explores the impacts on fragmentation of cropland landscape and soil resource in detail.  ...  This research is supported by the funding from National Natural Science Foundation of China, and also partially by the project at University of Oklahoma.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cities.2010.09.005 fatcat:kdysz3tnqze3jh5ngll2itp7a4

Spatial and temporal patterns of China's cropland during 1990–2000: An analysis based on Landsat TM data

J LIU, M LIU, H TIAN, D ZHUANG, Z ZHANG, W ZHANG, X TANG, X DENG
2005 Remote Sensing of Environment  
In this study, we used Landsat TM/ ETM data at a spatial resolution of 30 m to reconstruct spatial and temporal patterns of cropland across China for the time period of 1990 -2000.  ...  During 1990 -2000, cropland increased by 2.79 million ha, including 0.25 million ha of paddy land and 2.53 million ha of dry farming land.  ...  Acknowledgements This study was supported by Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) 973 Program (2002CB412507), NASA Interdisciplinary Science Program (NNG04GM39C), the Project of National Science Foundation  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2005.08.012 fatcat:hpywaxpljbawtcwmh2mp7vqm3e

Land use change and anthropogenic driving forces: A case study in Yanhe River Basin

Changhong Su, Bojie Fu, Yihe Lu, Nan Lu, Yuan Zeng, Anna He, Halina Lamparski
2011 Chinese Geographical Science  
in the Yanhe River Basin.  ...  This study focuses on the detection of changing land use patterns in the Yanhe River Basin in northern Loess Plateau of China between 1995 and 2008.  ...  The Yanhe River Basin loses approximately 45.4 t/ha of soil each year, causing enormous sedimentation and high flood risks in areas downstream of the Yellow River (Stolte et al., 2003) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11769-011-0495-8 fatcat:dv2mv6nxqnfptohc4q2q7mm4a4

Spatial Calibration and Temporal Validation of Flow for Regional Scale Hydrologic Modeling1

C. Santhi, N. Kannan, J. G. Arnold, M. Di Luzio
2008 Journal of the American Water Resources Association  
Ohio and Arkansas-White-Red River Basins of the United States were modeled using Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) for the period from 1961 to 1990.  ...  This study highlights the importance of spatially distributed calibration and validation in large river basins.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The USDA-NRCS Resource Inventory Assessment Division provided funding for this work as part of the Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1752-1688.2008.00207.x fatcat:txrq6pi26vbezcyaw7dohjqmne

Reconstruction of Cultivated Land in the Northeast Margin of Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau and Anthropogenic Impacts on Palaeo-Environment During the Mid-Holocene

Zhuoma Wende, Guangliang Hou, Jingyi Gao, Xiaoliang Chen, Sunmei Jin, Zhuoma Lancuo
2021 Frontiers in Earth Science  
The study of past global change is paramount to comprehending the present and future, as well as to better understand the mechanisms and influences of human–land interactions in a given region.  ...  The extensive exploitation of forest and expansion of cropland consequently resulted in extensive land deterioration, leaving the region with forest islands scattered in less populated, mountainous regions  ...  These croplands were mainly distributed along the Yellow River, and its major tributaries, expanding into the upper reaches of the Yellow River.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feart.2021.681995 fatcat:v4ykxtknpjfi5eihrvmt5a4i4u

Analysis of Current and Future SPEI Droughts in the La Plata Basin Based on Results from the Regional Eta Climate Model

Alvaro Sordo-Ward, María Bejarano, Ana Iglesias, Víctor Asenjo, Luis Garrote
2017 Water  
The area of each sub-basin affected by drought in all climate scenarios was highly varied temporally and spatially.  ...  On the other hand, for the near future, the Lower Uruguay and the River Plata basins showed a decrease of drought severity compared to the current period.  ...  Acknowledgments: We acknowledge the financial support of the European Commission BASE project (grant  ... 
doi:10.3390/w9110857 fatcat:m2cvglquijcxleo6rwlpzcquji

Challenges to Sustainable Development in China: A Review of Six Large-Scale Forest Restoration and Land Conservation Programs

Weimin Xi, Fugui Wang, Peili Shi, Erfu Dai, Ambrose O. Anoruo, Huaxing Bi, Alexander Rahmlow, Binghui He, Wenhua Li
2014 Journal of Sustainable Forestry  
The annual cash subsidy is 300 RMB/ha, and the annual grain subsidy is 1,500 kg/ha in the Yellow River basin and 2,250 kg in the Yangtze River basin. • The central government also makes fiscal transfers  ...  reaches of the Yellow River.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10549811.2014.899503 fatcat:5sz63a5tkze63pzup3bug2tgnu

Environmental Sustainability of Water Footprint in Mainland China

Junguo Liu, Dandan Zhao, Ganquan Mao, Wenhui Cui, He Chen, Hong Yang
2020 Geography and Sustainability  
scholars by the Ministry of Science and Technology.  ...  Water-Groundwater Pollution Control, the High-level Special Funding of the Southern University of Science and Technology (Grant No.  ...  Since the 1990s, many measures have been taken to reduce water use in provinces in the Yellow River basin.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.geosus.2020.02.002 fatcat:ybflcqjvnrdltp7vzzscsjzzfu

An improved water use efficiency of cereals under temporal and spatial deficit irrigation in north China

Taisheng Du, Shaozhong Kang, Jingsheng Sun, Xiying Zhang, Jianhua Zhang
2010 Agricultural Water Management  
River Basin of northwest China, semi-arid Haihe River Basin and Yellow River Basin of north China during recent decade.  ...  deficit irrigation on winter wheat in semi-arid Haihe River Basin during 2003-2007 and (3) temporal deficit irrigation on winter wheat and summer maize in Yellow River Basin during [2006] [2007] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.agwat.2009.08.011 fatcat:tp3by2mvvvckbltdxyftonjvtq

Streamflow Reconstruction and Variation Characteristic Analysis of the Ganjiang River in China for the Past 515 Years

Zhiwei Wan, Xi Chen, Min Ju, Chaohao Ling, Guangxu Liu, Siping Lin, Huihua Liu, Yulian Jia, Meixin Jiang, Fuqiang Liao
2020 Sustainability  
Investigating the basic characteristics and changing trends of the streamflow of the Ganjiang River is scientifically important to mitigate drought and flood disasters in the future.  ...  River flow reconstruction under the background of long-term climate change is of great significance for understanding the regional response to future drought and flood disasters, and the sustainable development  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank anonymous referees and the editor for their helpful comments that greatly improved the quality of this research.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12031168 fatcat:unaodp2h6jbgtd2lf7puq7voki

River flow is critical for vegetation dynamics: Lessons from multi-scale analysis in a hyper-arid endorheic basin

Qin Shen, Guangyao Gao, Yihe Lü, Shuai Wang, Xiaohui Jiang, Bojie Fu
2017 Science of the Total Environment  
In this study, the vegetation dynamics during 2000-2015 were investigated in the downstream area of the Heihe River Basin (HRB) in Northwest China where an ecological water diversion project (EWDP) commenced  ...  Editor: Elena PAOLETTI Knowledge of the spatio-temporal responses of vegetation dynamics to hydro-climatic factors is important to assess ecological restoration efforts in arid and semiarid areas.  ...  We would like to thank the Linze Inland River Basin Research Station Experimental for field experiment support, and Haiyang Xi for providing the water table depth data.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.06.087 pmid:28628820 fatcat:a2bwnlgbhrc5fntvi45rfkoxrq
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