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Why does the temperature rise faster in the arid region of northwest China
[1] During 1960–2010, the air temperature in the arid region of northwest China had a significant rising trend (P < 0.001), at a rate of 0.343°C/decade, higher than the average of China
Regional climate change and its effects on river runoff in the Tarim Basin, China
The hydrological response to climate change in the Tarim River Basin was investigated by analysing the hydrological, temperature and precipitation data of the past 50 years. The long‐term trend of
Analysis of changing pan evaporation in the arid region of Northwest China
Decreases in pan evaporation (Ep) over the last decades have been reported in many regions of the world. In this study, we investigated Ep dynamics in the hyper‐arid region of China during the period
Quantifying the effects of climate variability and human activities on runoff for Kaidu River Basin in arid region of northwest China
Much attention has recently been focused on the effects that climate variability and human activities have had on runoff. In this study, data from the Kaidu River Basin in the arid region of
Land use and land cover change and driving mechanism in the arid inland river basin: a case study of Tarim River, Xinjiang, China
Identifying the primary causes and examining the processes and trends of land use change are crucial for land use planning, utilization of regional resources and environment management. Combining the
Impacts of Climate Change and Human Activities on the Surface Runoff in the Tarim River Basin over the Last Fifty Years
The impacts of climate change and human activities on the surface runoff were analyzed by the Mann–Kendall and trend analysis methods based on the hydrological, meteorological and socioeconomic data
Potential evapotranspiration and its attribution over the past 50 years in the arid region of Northwest China
Evaporation paradox and its attribution have become a hot research topic in hydrology in recent years. This study estimates the potential evapotranspiration (ET0) using modified Penman–Monteith
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