Huaxia Yao
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Analyses of landuse change impacts on catchment runoff using different time indicators based on SWAT model
B Lin, X Chen, H Yao, Y Chen, M Liu, L Gao, A James
Ecological Indicators 58, 55-63, 2015
Changing forest water yields in response to climate warming: Results from long‐term experimental watershed sites across North America
IF Creed, AT Spargo, JA Jones, JM Buttle, MB Adams, FD Beall, EG Booth, ...
Global change biology 20 (10), 3191-3208, 2014
Long-term declines in phosphorus export from forested catchments in south-central Ontario
MC Eimers, SA Watmough, AM Paterson, PJ Dillon, H Yao
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66 (10), 1682-1692, 2009
Improved calibration scheme of SWAT by separating wet and dry seasons
D Zhang, X Chen, H Yao, B Lin
Ecological modelling 301, 54-61, 2015
Studies and evaluations on interception processes during rainfall based on a tank model
M Hashino, H Yao, H Yoshida
Journal of Hydrology 255 (1-4), 1-11, 2002
Non-linear relationship of hydrological drought responding to meteorological drought and impact of a large reservoir
J Wu, X Chen, H Yao, L Gao, Y Chen, M Liu
Journal of Hydrology 551, 495-507, 2017
A multi-lake comparative analysis of the General Lake Model (GLM): Stress-testing across a global observatory network
LC Bruce, MA Frassl, GB Arhonditsis, G Gal, DP Hamilton, PC Hanson, ...
Environmental modelling & software 102, 274-291, 2018
Long-term study of lake evaporation and evaluation of seven estimation methods: results from Dickie Lake, South-Central Ontario, Canada
HX Yao
Journal of Environmental Protection 1 (01), 1, 2009
Comparing ice and temperature simulations by four dynamic lake models in Harp Lake: past performance and future predictions
H Yao, NR Samal, KD Joehnk, X Fang, LC Bruce, DC Pierson, JA Rusak, ...
Hydrological processes 28 (16), 4587-4601, 2014
SWAT-CS: Revision and testing of SWAT for Canadian Shield catchments
C Fu, AL James, H Yao
Journal of Hydrology 511, 719-735, 2014
Climate warming alters thermal stability but not stratification phenology in a small north‐temperate lake
KR Hadley, AM Paterson, EA Stainsby, N Michelutti, H Yao, JA Rusak, ...
Hydrological Processes 28 (26), 6309-6319, 2014
Impacts of reservoir operations on multi-scale correlations between hydrological drought and meteorological drought
J Wu, Z Liu, H Yao, X Chen, X Chen, Y Zheng, Y He
Journal of hydrology 563, 726-736, 2018
Development of a prototype web-based decision support system for watershed management
D Zhang, X Chen, H Yao
Water 7 (2), 780-793, 2015
Historical trends, drivers, and future projections of ice phenology in small north temperate lakes in the Laurentian Great Lakes Region
BA Hewitt, LS Lopez, KM Gaibisels, A Murdoch, SN Higgins, ...
Water 10 (1), 70, 2018
The interplay of local and regional factors in generating temporal changes in the ice phenology of Dickie Lake, south-central Ontario, Canada
H Yao, JA Rusak, AM Paterson, KM Somers, M Mackay, R Girard, ...
Inland Waters 3 (1), 1-14, 2013
The effect of seasonal drying on sulphate dynamics in streams across southeastern Canada and the northeastern USA
JG Kerr, MC Eimers, IF Creed, MB Adams, F Beall, D Burns, JL Campbell, ...
Biogeochemistry 111 (1-3), 393-409, 2012
Nearshore human interventions reverse patterns of decline in lake calcium budgets in central Ontario as demonstrated by mass‐balance analyses
H Yao, C McConnell, KM Somers, ND Yan, S Watmough, W Scheider
Water Resources Research 47 (6), 2011
Hydrological impacts of climate change predicted for an inland lake catchment in Ontario by using monthly water balance analyses
H Yao, L Scott, C Guay, P Dillon
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (16), 2368-2382, 2009
Distributed hydrological model for Fuji River basin
H Yao, A Terakawa
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 4 (2), 108-116, 1999
Moving SWAT model calibration and uncertainty analysis to an enterprise Hadoop-based cloud
D Zhang, X Chen, H Yao, A James
Environmental Modelling & Software 84, 140-148, 2016
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