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Classification of instream ecological water demand and crucial values in a semi-arid river basin

The Science of the Total Environment

Jan 15, 2020

Fang LiuShanshan Liu

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Analyzing the instream environmental flow demand by coupling the hydrological cycle and the hydrodynamic process with aquatic ecological processes at watershed scale remains one of the most important yet most difficult issues. One or two of the above processes have been the focus in the...read more

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Classification of instream ecological water demand and crucial values in a semi-arid river basin

The Science of the Total Environment

Jan 15, 2020

Fang LiuShanshan Liu

PMID: 31935543

DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.136409

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Analyzing the instream environmental flow demand by coupling the hydrological cycle and the hydrodynamic process with aquatic ecological processes at watershed scale remains one of the most important yet most difficult issues. One or two of the above processes have been the focus in the...read more

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