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  • Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, 2019 41 (1): 257-258.

     
  • Review, progress and prospect of the Quaternary glaciations in eastern China (east to 105° E)

    Review, progress and prospect of the Quaternary glaciations in eastern China (east to 105° E)

    ZHAO Jingdong, WANG Jie, YANG Xiaohui

    Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, 2019 41 (1): 75-92.

    A detailed understanding of Quaternary glaciations in eastern China (east to 105° E) is of critical importance in attempts to reconstruct the palaeoenvironment of eastern China and East Asia. However, for almost a century there has existed a controversy with regards to the extent of Quaternary glaciations. In particular, whether or not palaeoglaciers developed in moderate to low elevation mountains. This lack of. . .

     
  • Advances in the study of glacier avalanches in High Asia

    Advances in the study of glacier avalanches in High Asia

    HU Wentao, YAO Tandong, YU Wusheng, YANG Wei, GAO Yang

    Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, 2018 40 (6): 1141-1152.

    Under the background of climate change, it is believed that the glacier avalanches will become a new normal in the Tibetan Plateau, which severely threatens the destiny of "the Asian Tower" and the ecological security of "the Third Pole". Consequently, to study the glacier avalanches in High Asia is of important significance for the human and the environment. In this paper, several glacier avalanches historically doc. . .

     
  • Integrated impacts of cryosphere change on the economic and social system and its adaptive management strategies

    Integrated impacts of cryosphere change on the economic and social system and its adaptive management strategies

    WANG Shijin, DING Yongjian, XIAO Cunde

    Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, 2018 40 (5): 863-874.

    The cryosphere is the most direct and most sensitive spheres in climate system. In the context of global change, the interaction cryospheric changes with biosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere and anthroposphere increasingly intensified. Especially, the rapid cryosphere changes had also a wide-ranging and profound negative impact on economic and social systems, and even endangered human well-being, and the h. . .

     
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Study on glacier mass balance in the Karlik Range, East Tianshan Mountains, 1972-2016

YANG Xiaohui, ZHAO Jingdong, HAN Hui

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Flow velocity of the Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica, derived from Sentinel-1 SAR data

ZHAO Jiarui, KE Changqing

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Change of surface elevation and mass balance in Antarctic ice sheet based on CryoSat-2 radar altimeter data

HAN Shaoshuai, KE Changqing, XIA Wentao

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DEM extraction and precision evaluation of mountain glaciers in the Qianghai-Tibet Plateau based on KH-9 data: take the Purog Kangri Glacier and the Jiong Glacier as example

ZHANG Xin, ZHOU Jianmin, LIU Zhiping

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Comparative analysis of the snow coverage products of Soumi-NPP and MODIS in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau

ZHOU Minqiang, WANG Yunlong, LIANG Hui, ZENG Tongyao, HUANG Wenjie, WANG Jianshun, HUANG Xiaodong

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Temporal and spatial dynamic mornitoring of desertification in Maqu County based on Albedo-NDVI features space

ZOU Mingliang, HAN Yamin, ZENG Jianjun, YANG Chao, XU Xiaofeng, GUO Jianjun, YUE Dongxia

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Analysis of the near-surface micrometeorology and CO2 flux over the Maqu alpine meadow in summer

ZHANG Yi, WEN Xiaohang, WANG Shaoying, SHANG Lunyu, ZHANG Yu

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Quaternary glaciation remains and glaciation sequences around the Kunlun Pass

WANG Gang, FENG Ziguang, GU Jiani, ZHAO Zhizhong

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Review, progress and prospect of the Quaternary glaciations in eastern China (east to 105° E)

ZHAO Jingdong, WANG Jie, YANG Xiaohui

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Characteristics of the permafrost from Qilian to Mole of the Highway 204 in Qinghai Province

PANG Weijun, CHANG Gang, GOU Harui, WANG Yuxin

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The cooling effect of power tower thermosyphon foundation in permafrost regions of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway

ZHOU Yalong, WANG Xu, GUO Chunxiang, JIANG Daijun, HU Yuan

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Experimental study on water and salt migrations in clay under freezing effect

RUI Dahu, GUO Cheng, LU Ming, MENG Qinghao, Yzuru ITO

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Evaluation of frost heave force models of pore/fissure in rockand their applicability

SHEN Yanjun, YANG Gengshe, WANG Ting, JIA Hailiang, XI Jiami, LUO Tao, WANG Yongzhi

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Experimental study on the effect of shear strength of moraine soil with fine grain content

JIANG Dewang, CUI Peng, WANG Jiao, LI Zhanlu, YIN Yanzhou, LEI Mingyu

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Experimental study of the engineering properties of warm frozen soil treated with ionic soil stabilizer (ISS)

ZHANG Zhilong, ZHANG Jianming, ZHANG Hu, CHAI Mingtang

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On applicability of a fully distributed hydrological model in the cold and alpine watershed of Northwest China

ZHAO Yi, NAN Zhuotong, LI Xiangfei, XU Yi, ZHANG Ling

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A study of runoff simulation based on general calculation

GUO Haiyan, CHEN Jun, XU Jinxia, XU Yuanxin, MA Zhenfeng

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Computing method for discharges of debris flow induced by moraine-dammed lake outburst

DANG Chao, CHU Nana, ZHANG Peng

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Prediction method of rainfall-induced landslides in Qinba Mountainsof south Shaanxi Province based on Logistic regression

ZHAO Xiaomeng, CAI Xinling, LEI Xiangjie, TIAN Liang, WEI Xingjun

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Study of groundwater in permafrost regions of China: status and process

YE Renzheng, CHANG Juan

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Bacterial abundance and community composition of glacier snow in Western and Monsoon areas and their relations to climate environment

LIU Xiaobo, XING Tingting, LIU Yongqin, XU Baiqing, ZHAO Huabiao, WANG Ninglian, SHEN Liang

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Nutrient evaluation of the soil in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau based on BP neural network

YANG Wenjing, WANG Yibo, LIU Xin, SUN Zhe

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Research on the method of auditing of natural assets for leaders based on balance sheet: a case study of water resources in Gansu Province

LU Haiyan, WEI Yanqiang, YANG Suchang, LU Pingxia

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Granger causality analysis for the relationship between urbanization and land use structure of Urumqi City

Yierfanjiang Aihemaitijiang, Anwaer Maimaitiming

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The insight of inbound tourism to camping tourism at the Hexi Corridor, Gansu Province, Northwestern China

ZHU Rong, XUE Yong

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