A Three-Stage Hybrid Model For Comprehensive Analyses Of Temperature Anomalies
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Zhenyao Shen is a researcher at the University of Beijing Normal School of Environment.

                       

A Three-Stage Hybrid Model For Comprehensive Analyses Of Temperature Anomalies

Temperature anomalies, especially temperature extremes, have received increasing attention due to their potentially severe impacts on ecosystems, economy, and human health. The impacts of historical and potential future temperature anomalies are regionally and even locally specific. In order to understand the regional characteristics of temperature anomalies and meet the needs of managing the human settlement environment, Yang’s research group specifically present a three-stage hybrid model in facilitating regional-scale temperature anomalies assessments . Clustering is a process of partitioning a set...

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Comparison Of Pollution Into Water Catchments From Snowmelt-Runoff Vs Rainfall-Runoff

Urbanization has accelerated in recent years worldwide, and cropland and woodlands have been converted to roads, buildings, and other paved areas. This development has increased the impermeability of urban surfaces and changed the build-up and wash-off processes of nonpoint source (NPS) pollutants. As a climate-driven event, NPS pollution can be caused by rainfall- or snowmelt-runoff processes over and through the ground, which would concentrate natural and anthropogenically deposited pollutants and transport them to receiving water bodies, such as rivers, lakes,...

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