By statistically analyzing articles published in “Resources and Environment in the Yangtze Basin ”during 1995~2004,this paper analyed the field in which articles are involved,the method used in the articles and the distribution of research Organization.
REVIEW AND PROSPECTS FOR RESEARCH ON RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE YANGTZE BASIN——A RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS ON PAPERS PUBLISHED IN “RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT IN THE YANGTZE BASIN”IN THE PAST TEN YEARS
Moreover, in midsummer the subtropical high is weak over the Yangtze River valley and Huaihe River valley, and the flood may be caused in the area from the Yangtze River valley to Huaihe River valley.
On the contrary, in the decaying stage of ENSO, the convective activities may be strong around the Philippines, and the subtropical high shifted northward, a drought may be caused in the Yangtze River valley and Huaihe River valley.
Thus, a large amount of water vapor was transported from the Bay of Bengal, the South China Sea and the tropical western Pacific into the Yangtze River valley of China, South Korea and Japan, and the severe flood occurred there.
Numerical simulation of the relationships between the 1998 yangtze river valley floods and SST anomalies
With the IAP/LASG GOALS model, the relationships between the floods in the Yangtze River valley arid sea surface temperature anomalies (SSTA) in the Pacific and Indian Oceans in 1998 have been studied.
The model is applied to the Baohe River basin, a subbasin of the Yangtze River basin, China, with an area of 2500 km2.
Seasonal water storage change of the Yangtze River basin detected by GRACE
Annual amplitude of 3.4 cm of equivalent water height change is found for the Yangtze River basin with maximum in Spring and Autumn, agreeing with two state-of-the-art hydrology models.
A comparison study of summer-time synoptic-scale waves in South China and the Yangtze River basin using the TRMM Multi-Satellite
Summer-time synoptic-scale waves in South China and the Yangtze River basin are quantified and compared by means of analyzing the 6-year (1998-2004) TRMM Multi-Satellite Precipitation Analysis (TMPA) daily product.