语言 作者 题目 发表刊物 发表年度 其它信息
English Sebastien Tritz, Vincent Guinot, Herve Jourde Modeling the behavior of a karst system catchment using non-linear hysteretic conceptual model Journal of Hydrology 2011 397 (2011) 250-262
English Liu Zaihua, Wolfgang Dreybrodt, Wang Haijing A new direction in effective accounting for the atmospheric CO2 budget: Considering the combined action of carbonate dissolution, the global water cycle and photosynthetic uptake of DIC by aquatic org Earth-Science Reviews 2010 2010,99:162-172
English Steffen Birk, Stefan Hergarten Early recession behavior of spring of spring hydrographs. Journal of Hydrology 2010 387 (2010) 24-32
English Damir Jukic, Vesna Denic-Jukic Groundwater balance estimation in karst by using a conceptual rainfall-runoff model ournal of Hydrology 2009 J, 373 (2009) 302-315
English Liu Zaihua, Liu Xiangling, Liao Changjun Daytime deposition and nighttime dissolution of calcium carbonate controlled by submerged plants in a karst spring-fed pool: insights from high time-resolution monitoring of physical-chemistry of wate Environmental Geology 2008 2008, 55: 1159-1168
English Attila Kovacs, Pierre Perrochet A quantitative approach to spring hydrograph decomposition Journal of Hydrology 2008 352 (2008) 16-29
English Williams P.W The role of the epikarst in karst and cave hydrogeology: a review Internatianal Journal of Speleology 2008 2008, 37(1), 1-10
English Yi Luo, Chansheng He, Marios Sophocleous, et al Assessment of crop growth and soil water modules in SWAT2000 using extensive field experiment data in an irrigation district of the Yellow River Basin Journal of Hydrology 2008 (2008), 352, 139-156
English Scott L. Painter, Allan D. Woodbury, Yefang Jiang Transmissivity estimation for highly heterogeneous aquifers: comparison of three methods applied to the Edwards Aquifer, Texas, USA Hydrogeology Journal 2007 2007, 15: 315-331
English C.A. Spruill, S.R. Workman, J.L.Taraba. Simulation of daily and monthly stream discharge from small watersheds using the SWAT model Amrican Society of Agricultural Engineers, 2000, Vol 2006 43(6): 1431- 1439
English Eric W. Peterson, Carol M. Wicks Assessing the importance of conduit geometry and physical parameters in karst systems using the storm water management model (SWMM) Journal of Hydrology 2006 329 (2006) 294- 305
English Shoemaker, W.B., Kuniansky, E.L., Birk, S., and Swain, E.D 2008, Documentation of a conduit flow process (CFP) for MODFLOW-2005: U.S Geological Survey Techniques and Methods 2005 Book6, Chapter A24, 50p
English Liu Zaihua, Chris Groves, Yuan Daoxian et al Hydrochemical variations during flood pulses in the south-west China peak cluster karst: impact of CaCO3-H2O-CO2 interactions Hydrological Process 2004 2004, 18: 2423-2437
English Liu Zaihua, Chris Groves, Yuan Daoxian et al South China Karst Aquifer Storm-Scale Hydrochemistry Ground water 2004 2004,42(4):491-499
English Bauer, S., R. Liedl, and M. Sauter Modeling of karst aquifer genesis: Influence of exchange flow Water Resources Research 2003 2003, 39(10), 1285, 2003
English Bridget R. Scanlon, Robert E. Mace, Michael E. Barrett, et al Can we simulate reginal groundwater flow in a karst system using equivalent porous media models? Case study, Barton Springs Edwards aquifer USA. Journal of Hydrology 2003 276 (2003) 137-158
English D.S. Chanasyk, E. Mapfumo, W. Willms Qantification and simulation of surface runoff from fescue grassland watersheds Agriculture Water Management 2003 59 (2003) 137-153
English William B. White Karst hydrology: recent developments and open questions Engineering Geology 2002 65 (2002) 85-105
English Liu Zaihua, Zhao Jingbo Contribution of carbonate rock weathering to the atmospheric CO2 sink Environmental Geology 2000 2000,39(9):1053-1058
English Marios Sophocleous, Samuel P. Perkins. Methodology and application of combined watershed and ground-water models in Kansas Journal of Hydrology 2000 236 (2000) 185-201