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Sand mining and increasing Poyang Lake’s discharge ability: A reassessment of causes for lake decline in China
X Lai, D Shankman, C Huber, H Yesou, Q Huang, J Jiang
Journal of Hydrology 519, 1698-1706, 2014
Water quality assessment of rivers in Lake Chaohu Basin (China) using water quality index
Z Wu, X Lai, K Li
Ecological Indicators 121, 107021, 2021
Should the Three Gorges Dam be blamed for the extremely low water levels in the middle–lower Yangtze River?
X Lai, J Jiang, G Yang, XX Lu
Hydrological Processes 28 (1), 150-160, 2014
Assimilation of spatially distributed water levels into a shallow-water flood model. Part II: Use of a remote sensing image of Mosel River
R Hostache, X Lai, J Monnier, C Puech
Journal of hydrology 390 (3-4), 257-268, 2010
Impoundment effects of the Three-Gorges-Dam on flow regimes in two China’s largest freshwater lakes
X Lai, Q Liang, J Jiang, Q Huang
Water resources management 28, 5111-5124, 2014
Large-scale hydrodynamic modeling of the middle Yangtze River Basin with complex river–lake interactions
X Lai, J Jiang, Q Liang, Q Huang
Journal of hydrology 492, 228-243, 2013
Lake hydrology, water quality and ecology impacts of altered river–lake interactions: advances in research on the middle Yangtze river
G Yang, Q Zhang, R Wan, X Lai, X Jiang, L Li, H Dai, G Lei, J Chen, Y Lu
Hydrology Research 47 (S1), 1-7, 2016
Will river erosion below the Three Gorges Dam stop in the middle Yangtze?
X Lai, D Yin, BL Finlayson, T Wei, M Li, W Yuan, S Yang, Z Dai, S Gao, ...
Journal of hydrology 554, 24-31, 2017
Assimilation of spatially distributed water levels into a shallow-water flood model. Part I: Mathematical method and test case
X Lai, J Monnier
Journal of Hydrology 377 (1-2), 1-11, 2009
Intra-and inter-event characteristics and controlling factors of agricultural nonpoint source pollution under different types of rainfall-runoff events
H Xie, J Dong, Z Shen, L Chen, X Lai, J Qiu, G Wei, Y Peng, X Chen
Catena 182, 104105, 2019
Hydrological drought at Dongting Lake: its detection, characterization, and challenges associated with Three Gorges Dam in Central Yangtze, China
Q Huang, Z Sun, C Opp, T Lotz, J Jiang, X Lai
Water Resources Management 28, 5377-5388, 2014
Impact of lake inflow and the Yangtze River flow alterations on water levels in Poyang Lake, China
X Lai, Q Huang, Y Zhang, J Jiang
Lake and Reservoir Management 30 (4), 321-330, 2014
Effects of the normal operation of the Three Gorges Reservoir on wetland inundation in Dongting Lake, China: A modelling study
X Lai, J Jiang, Q Huang
Hydrological sciences journal 58 (7), 1467-1477, 2013
Phytoplankton chlorophyll a in Lake Poyang and its tributaries during dry, mid-dry and wet seasons: a 4-year study
Z Wu, X Lai, L Zhang, Y Cai, Y Chen
Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems, 06, 2014
Nine years of water resources monitoring over the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, with ENVISAT, MODIS, Beijing‐1 time series, Altimetric data and field measurements
Y Herve, H Claire, L Xijun, A Stephane, L Jiren, D Sylviane, BN Muriel, ...
Lakes & Reservoirs: Research & Management 16 (3), 231-247, 2011
Dassflow v1. 0: a variational data assimilation software for 2D river flows
M Honnorat, J Marin, J Monnier, X Lai
INRIA, 2007
Variational assimilation of remotely sensed flood extents using a 2-D flood model
X Lai, Q Liang, H Yesou, S Daillet
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (11), 4325-4339, 2014
The characteristics of flood responses to the restoration of polders on Dongting Lake, China
J Jiahu, L Xijun, H Qun
Hydrological sciences journal 52 (4), 671-685, 2007
The influence of aquatic vegetation on flow structure and sediment deposition: A field study in Dongting Lake, China
Y Zhang, X Lai, L Zhang, K Song, X Yao, L Gu, C Pang
Journal of hydrology 584, 124644, 2020
Impacts of hydrological alteration on ecosystem services changes of a large river-connected lake (Poyang Lake), China
B Li, G Yang, R Wan, X Lai, PD Wagner
Journal of Environmental Management 310, 114750, 2022
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