Guangqian Wang

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1 This paper introduces the development of a dynamic parallel algorithm for conducting 2 hydrological model simulations. This new algorithm consists of a river network 3 decomposition method and an enhanced master-slave paradigm. The decomposition 4 method is used to divide a basin river network into a large number of subbasins, and the 5 enhanced(More)
Many urban nonpoint source pollution models utilize pollutant buildup and washoff functions to simulate storm runoff quality of urban catchments. In this paper, two urban pollutant washoff load models are derived using pollutant buildup and washoff functions. The first model assumes that there is no residual pollutant after a storm event while the second(More)
0167-8191/$ see front matter 2011 Elsevier B.V doi:10.1016/j.parco.2011.05.003 ⇑ Corresponding author. Tel.: +86 13811332227. E-mail addresses: (T. Li), (J. Gao). Restricted computing power has become one of the primary factors obstructing advancement in basin simulations for majority of hydrological(More)
Soil erosion is one of the key concerns in land use management for the Loess Plateau of the Yellow River, where serious soil loss is the root cause of environmental and ecological degradation of the basin. In this paper, a physically-based, distributed-parameter, and continuous erosion prediction model at the river basin scale was developed with the aim of(More)
Two kinds of parallel possibilities exist in the block-based Gauss-Jordan (BbGJ) algorithm, which are intra-step and inter-steps based parallelism. But the existing parallel paradigm of BbGJ algorithm just aiming at the intra-step based parallelism, can‟t meet the requirement of dispatching simultaneously as many tasks as possible to computing nodes of(More)
Annual gross primary productivity (GPP) varies considerably due to climate-induced changes in plant phenology and physiology. However, the relative importance of plant phenology and physiology on annual GPP variation is not clear. In this study, a Statistical Model of Integrated Phenology and Physiology (SMIPP) was used to evaluate the relative(More)