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Hydrodynamic and Hydrological Modeling of the Poyang Lake Catchment System in China
AbstractIn this paper, a distributed catchment-hydrology model and a physically based lake hydrodynamic model were used to simulate the large-scale and highly dynamic lake catchment system of PoyangExpand
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Seasonal–spatial variation and remote sensing of phytoplankton absorption in Lake Taihu, a large eutrophic and shallow lake in China
Shallow water, strong sediment resuspension, complex river inputs and frequent cyanobacterial blooms characterize the waters of Lake Taihu. In such shallow, eutrophic lakes, the remote sensing ofExpand
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The influence of river‐to‐lake backflow on the hydrodynamics of a large floodplain lake system (Poyang Lake, China)
Backflow, the temporary reversal of discharge at the outlet of a lake, is an important mechanism controlling flow and transport in many connected river–lake systems. This study used statisticalExpand
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Effects of water-table depth and soil moisture on plant biomass, diversity, and distribution at a seasonally flooded wetland of Poyang Lake, China
Hydrological regime has been widely recognized as one of the major forces determining vegetation distribution in seasonally flooded wetland. Poyang Lake, the largest freshwater lake in China, hasExpand
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Investigating a complex lake-catchment-river system using artificial neural networks: Poyang Lake (China)
Lake hydrological simulations using physically based models are cumbersome due to extensive data and computational requirements. Despite an abundance of previous modeling investigations, real-timeExpand
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Application of a distributed catchment model to investigate hydrological impacts of climate change within Poyang Lake catchment (China)
The extreme cycles of flood and drought in the Poyang Lake catchment (China) place immense pressure on the region's water users and ecosystems. This study examines potential impacts of future climateExpand
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Hydrodynamic investigation of surface hydrological connectivity and its effects on the water quality of seasonal lakes: Insights from a complex floodplain setting (Poyang Lake, China).
Small, seasonal lakes that exist in floodplains are rarely investigated, and yet they play an important role in the protection of biodiversity and are highly susceptible to modification due to humanExpand
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Factors influencing water level changes in China’s largest freshwater lake, Poyang Lake, in the past 50 years
This study analyses the changing characteristics in the level of Poyang Lake during the period 1960–2010. Results show that the changing stage of annual lake level variations is evident, and averageExpand
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A modeling study of the influences of Yangtze River and local catchment on the development of floods in Poyang Lake, China
Poyang Lake, one of the most frequently flooded regions in China, connects with the Yangtze River and the five sub-tributaries in the local catchment. The lake9s hydrological regime is complicated byExpand
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Measured and numerically partitioned phytoplankton spectral absorption coefficients in inland waters
For the best model, model 6, tripton absorption was modeled using an exponential model with a background constant. The ratios of aph(380)/aph(505), aph(580)/aph(692.5) and aph(510)/ aph(412) wereExpand
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