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Recent increased frequency of drought events in Poyang Lake Basin, China: climate change or anthropogenic effects?

@inproceedings{Liu2011RecentIF,
  title={Recent increased frequency of drought events in Poyang Lake Basin, China: climate change or anthropogenic effects?},
  author={Yuanbo Liu and Ping Song and Jian Peng and Qiaoni Fu and Cuicui Dou},
  year={2011}
}
  • Yuanbo Liu, Ping Song, +2 authors Cuicui Dou
  • Published 2011
  • Environmental Science
  • The Poyang Lake wetland of China is in the first batch of the Ramsar Convention List of Wetlands of International Importance. Poyang Lake's surface area has decreased drastically in the past three decades, and hydrological droughts have occurred more frequently in the region in recent years. It is unclear which factors are responsible for the change and to what extent. This study utilized satellite remote sensing to investigate the recent increase of drought events in the region. The Moderate… CONTINUE READING

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