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Dr He Qing Huang (黄河清)
Dr He Qing Huang (黄河清)
Other namesHeqing Huang, Huang Heqing, Huang He Qing
Professor, China University of Geoscoences (Wuhan) & IGSNRR of CAS
Verified email at igsnrr.ac.cn
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Assessing the consequence of land use change on agricultural productivity in China
H Yan, J Liu, HQ Huang, B Tao, M Cao
Global and Planetary Change 67 (1), 13-19, 2009
2352009
Land use and climate changes and their impacts on runoff in the Yarlung Zangbo river basin, China
Z Liu, Z Yao, H Huang, S Wu, G Liu
Land Degradation & Development 25 (3), 203-215, 2014
2082014
Hydraulic geometry and maximum flow efficiency as products of the principle of least action
HQ Huang, GC Nanson
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 25 (1), 1-16, 2000
2062000
Reading the landscape Integrating the theory and practice of geomorphology to develop place-based understandings of river systems
G Brierley, K Fryirs, C Cullum, M Tadaki, HQ Huang, B Blue
Progress in Physical Geography 37 (5), 601-621, 2013
1922013
Vegetation and channel variation; a case study of four small streams in southeastern Australia
HQ Huang, GC Nanson
Geomorphology 18 (3), 237-249, 1997
1911997
Modeling gross primary productivity for winter wheat–maize double cropping system using MODIS time series and CO 2 eddy flux tower data
H Yan, Y Fu, X Xiao, HQ Huang, H He, L Ediger
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 129 (4), 391-400, 2009
1562009
Hydrological response to climate change: The Pearl River, China under different RCP scenarios
D Yan, SE Werners, F Ludwig, HQ Huang
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 4, 228-245, 2015
1452015
Least action principle, equilibrium states, iterative adjustment and the stability of alluvial channels
GC Nanson, HQ Huang
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 33 (6), 923-942, 2008
1422008
Why some alluvial rivers develop an anabranching pattern
HQ Huang, GC Nanson
Water Resources Research 43 (7), 2007
1422007
Channel adjustments in response to the operation of large dams: The upper reach of the lower Yellow River
Y Ma, HQ Huang, GC Nanson, Y Li, W Yao
Geomorphology 147, 35-48, 2012
1372012
Minimum energy as the general form of critical flow and maximum flow efficiency and for explaining variations in river channel pattern
HQ Huang, HH Chang, GC Nanson
Water Resources Research 40 (4), 2004
1102004
The influence of bank strength on channel geometry: an integrated analysis of some observations
HQ Huang, GC Nanson
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 23 (10), 865-876, 1998
1041998
Households’ willingness to reduce pollution threats in the Poyang Lake region, southern China
L Zhen, F Li, H Huang, O Dilly, J Liu, Y Wei, L Yang, X Cao
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 110 (1), 15-22, 2011
1002011
Anabranching rivers: divided efficiency leading to fluvial diversity
GC Nanson, HQ Huang
Varieties of Fluvial Form 7, 477-494, 1999
851999
Shrinking and drying up of Baiyangdian Lake wetland: a natural or human cause?
C Liu, G Xie, H Huang
Chinese Geographical Science 16 (4), 314-319, 2006
832006
Statistical estimation of the impacts of glaciers and climate change on river runoff in the headwaters of the Yangtze River
Z Yao, Z Liu, H Huang, G Liu, S Wu
Quaternary International 336, 89-97, 2014
822014
Multiple cropping intensity in China derived from agro-meteorological observations and MODIS data
H Yan, X Xiao, H Huang, J Liu, J Chen, X Bai
Chinese Geographical Science 24 (2), 205-219, 2014
792014
The multivariate controls of hydraulic geometry: a causal investigation in terms of boundary shear distribution
HQ Huang, RF Warner
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 20 (2), 115-130, 1995
721995
Variability of effective discharge for suspended sediment transport in a large semi-arid river basin
Y Ma, HQ Huang, J Xu, GJ Brierley, Z Yao
Journal of Hydrology 388 (3-4), 357-369, 2010
672010
An environmental gradient of vegetative controls upon channel planform in the source region of the Yangtze and Yellow Rivers
G Yu, G Brierley, HQ Huang, Z Wang, B Blue, Y Ma
CATENA 119, 143-153, 2014
632014
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