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In view of the deficiency of classic method evaluating water quality. A grey relational analysis model is proposed to evaluate water quality in river. The principle of grey relational analysis and its process are introduced. Suzhou river was selected and assessed by using this method. And it was found that, compared with the fuzzy complex judgment method,(More)
—Because of Boundary types and geologic conditions, which possess random and obscure characteristics, groundwater heads vary with the conditions. The prediction of groundwater level is one of the main work of hydraulic government, which is predicted based on the history data and the relative influence factors. Therefore, prediction precision depends on the(More)
The Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC AR4) presents twenty-two global climate models (GCMs). In this paper, we evaluate the ability of 22 GCMs to reproduce temperature and precipitation over the Tibetan Plateau by comparing with ground observations for 1961~1900. The results suggest that all the GCMs(More)
Most small glaciers in the world have significantly decreased their volume during the last century, which has caused water shortage problems. Glacier No. 1, at the headwaters of the Urumqi River, Tianshan, China, has been monitored since 1959 and similarly has experienced significant mass and volume losses over the last few decades. Thus, we examined the(More)
—In view of the abnormal phenomenon that a flood peak increased in August 2004 and July 2005 along the lower Yellow River, the experiments of this abnormal phenomenon is studied. It is found that the flood increase was due to the decrease the channel roughness in the propagation of high concentrated flood carrying the extra fine sediment which was(More)
—Contaminant transport in underground system usually occurs in varied flow fields and in anisotropic and heterogenous media. Because the applicability of analytical solutions is extremely limited for such conditions, and the distribution and transport of pollutants in groundwater are controlled by physics and chemistry and biology courses, which include(More)
along the lower Yellow River, the experiments of this abnormal phenomenon is studied. It is found that the flood increase was due to the decrease the channel roughness in the propagation of high concentrated flood carrying the extra fine sediment which was discharged from xiaolangdi reservoir. Experiments with hyper-concentration flowing over the rough beds(More)