Congbin Fu

Xiuqun Yang3
Tuukka Petäjä2
Xiaomei Gao2
3Xiuqun Yang
2Tuukka Petäjä
2Xiaomei Gao
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[1] We have applied a scalable and extensible geo-fluid model (SEGMENT) that considers soil mechanics, vegetation transpiration and root mechanical reinforcement, and hydrological processes to simulate two dimensional maps of the landslides occurrence following the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake. Modeled locations and areas generally agree with observations. The(More)
[1] It is commonly believed that greenhouse-gas-induced global warming can weaken the east Asian winter monsoon but strengthen the summer monsoon, because of stronger warming over high-latitude land as compared to low-latitude oceans. In this study, we show that the surface wind speed associated with the east Asian monsoon has significantly weakened in both(More)
Understanding new particle formation and their subsequent growth in the troposphere has a critical impact on our ability to predict atmospheric composition and global climate change. High pre-existing particle loadings have been thought to suppress the formation of new atmospheric aerosol particles due to high condensation and coagulation sinks. Here, based(More)
Total gaseous mercury (TGM) data from urban Nanjing, at the western edge of the Yangtze River Delta (YRD) region in China, over nine months, were analyzed for peak and background mercury concentrations. The background concentration of TGM was found to be 2.2 ng • m −3. In examining episodic influences of free tropospheric air masses on the surface TGM(More)
—Digital elevation model (DEM), as a useful data source for automatic delineation of flow paths, sub watersheds and flow networks for hydrologic modeling, watershed management and environmental assessment, has been much extensively utilized in the multiple-discipline studies. Variety of approaches to delineating flow networks, using different algorithms(More)
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