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Citations since 2017
6 Research Items
September 2015 - June 2019
Northeast Normal University
Field of study
- physical geography
High-quality, freely accessible, long-term precipitation estimates with fine spatiotemporal resolution play essential roles in hydrologic, climatic, and numerical modeling applications. However, the existing daily gridded precipitation datasets over China are either constructed with insufficient gauge observations or neglect topographic effects and...
Freely accessible long-term precipitation estimates with fine spatiotemporal resolution and high-quality play essential roles in hydrologic, climatic, and numerical modeling applications. However, the existing daily gridded precipitation datasets over China either are constructed with insufficient gauge observations or neglect topographic effects a...
Precipitation falls unevenly in space and time, which has significant consequences for human society and natural ecosystems. Based on 2,134 gauged observations during 1961–2020 and historical simulations of 14 models participating in the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 6 (CMIP6), we analyze precipitation unevenness over China in terms o...
The Songhua River Basin is one of the main grain-producing areas in China, and local climate change has had a direct impact on grain production during the past several decades. This study focused on changes in mean and extreme climate conditions in the Songhua River Basin during the period 1961–2014. We founded that the precipitation decreased slig...
Frequent temperature extremes due to climate change have had serious effects on human society and the natural environment. Using a 0.25 0.25 gridded Tmax (daily maximum temperature) and Tmin (daily minimum temperature) data set and 12 global climate models simulations from the sixth phase of the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP6), we inv...
Changes in extreme precipitation differ among regions (e.g., dry and wet regions), causing different adverse effects on human life, social economy, and natural ecosystems on a warming planet. In this study, we use the 95th percentile-based threshold to define extreme precipitation. The spatiotemporal changes in extreme precipitation and temperature...