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- Xu, Y. Jun, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Journal of hydrology 2014 v.514 pp. 53-64
- atmospheric precipitation; autumn; climate; correlation; data collection; global warming; hydrometeorology; latitude; rivers; spatial variation; springs (water); stream flow; summer; temperature; temporal variation; watersheds; China
- ... The Songhua River Basin (SRB) is located in the high latitude region of China’s far northeast and is sensitive to global warming. This study utilized long-term meteorological and river discharge records in the SRB to assess spatiotemporal variability and trends in temperature, precipitation, and discharge. Daily precipitation and temperature data were collected from 37 meteorological stations acro ...
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- Environmental management 2009 v.43 no.4 pp. 662-672
- carbon sequestration; correlation; data collection; databases; digital elevation models; drainage; environmental factors; regression analysis; rivers; soil; soil organic carbon; watersheds; Louisiana
- ... Terrestrial carbon storage is influenced by a number of environmental factors, among which topographic and geomorphological features are of special significance. This study was designed to examine the relationships of soil organic carbon (SOC) density to various terrain parameters and watershed characteristics across Louisiana, USA. A polygon data set of 484 watersheds and 12 river drainage basins ...
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- Hydrobiologia 2006 v.560 no.1 pp. 133-143
- aquatic ecosystems; basins; correlation; environmental health; fisheries; flood control; freshwater; hypoxia; lakes; nitrogen; nitrogen content; rivers; swamps; water quality; watersheds; Gulf of Mexico; Louisiana; Mississippi River
- ... Freshwater diversions from the lower Mississippi River into the region’s wetlands have been considered an alternative means for reducing nitrogen loading. The Atchafalaya River Swamp, the largest freshwater swamp in North America, carries the entire discharge of the Red River and 30% of the discharge of the Mississippi River, but it is largely unknown how much nitrogen actually can be retained fro ...