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- Gao, Peng, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Water 2019 v.11 no.8
- anthropogenic activities; atmospheric precipitation; case studies; climate change; governance; historical records; lakes; rivers; sediment yield; soil; soil erosion; stream flow; vegetation cover; water conservation; watershed hydrology; watersheds; China; Yangtze River
- ... National large-scale soil and water conservation controls on the Gangjiang River basin have been documented, but the effect of governance on regional watershed hydrology and how the main driving factors act have not been systematically studied yet. To do this, this study evaluated changing trends and detected transition years for both streamflow and sediment discharge using long-term historical re ...
- Gao, Peng, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Water 2018 v.10 no.9
- anthropogenic activities; atmospheric precipitation; conservation programs; data collection; decision making; lakes; rivers; sediment yield; sediments; soil; soil erosion; stream flow; water conservation; watersheds; China
- ... The Gongshui River basin exhibits one of the most serious soil erosion areas in southern China, and has always been the key control area of national soil and water conservation programs. This study used daily precipitation, streamflow, and sediment concentration data collected from 1957 to 2015 from the main hydrological stations of the Gongshui River to investigate streamflow and sediment dischar ...