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- Gao, Peng, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Theoretical and applied climatology 2019 v.136 no.1-2 pp. 15-30
- adverse effects; freshwater lakes; kriging; pollution load; rain; regression analysis; risk assessment; sediment yield; soil; soil erosion; soil resources; spatial variation; t-test; temporal variation; watersheds; winter; China
- ... Accelerated soil erosion exerts adverse effects on water and soil resources. Rainfall erosivity reflects soil erosion potential driven by rainfall, which is essential for soil erosive risk assessment. This study investigated the spatiotemporal variation of rainfall erosivity and its impacts on sediment load over the largest freshwater lake basin of China (the Poyang Lake Basin, abbreviate to PYLB) ...
- Gao, Peng, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Theoretical and applied climatology 2017 v.129 no.1-2 pp. 139-148
- climate change; ecological restoration; rain; risk; soil erosion; winter; China; Yellow River
- ... Highly concentrated precipitation, where a large percentage of annual precipitation occurs over a few days, may include a high risk of flooding and severe soil erosion. Thus, areas with severe erosion such as the Loess Plateau in China are particularly vulnerable to highly concentrated precipitation events due to climate change. In this study, we investigated spatial and temporal patterns in the c ...