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Haiyun SHI
Haiyun SHI
Associate Professor, Southern University of Science and Technology
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Population, water, food, energy and dams
J Chen, H Shi, B Sivakumar, MR Peart
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 56, 18-28, 2016
1792016
A new method and a new index for identifying socioeconomic drought events under climate change: A case study of the East River basin in China
H Shi, J Chen, K Wang, J Niu
Science of The Total Environment 616, 363-375, 2018
692018
Evaluation of the Gridded CRU TS Precipitation Dataset with the Point Raingauge Records over the Three-River Headwaters Region
H Shi, T Li, J Wei
Journal of Hydrology 548, 322-332, 2017
672017
Impacts of climate change and hydraulic structures on runoff and sediment discharge in the middle Yellow River
H Shi, G Wang
Hydrological Processes 29 (14), 3236–3246, 2015
662015
Spatial and temporal characteristics of precipitation over the Three-River Headwaters region during 1961-2014
H Shi, T Li, J Wei, W Fu, G Wang
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 6, 52-65, 2016
622016
Analysis and prediction of vegetation dynamic changes in China: Past, present and future
Z Zhou, Y Ding, H Shi, H Cai, Q Fu, S Liu, T Li
Ecological Indicators 117, 106642, 2020
522020
Propagation of meteorological to hydrological drought for different climate regions in China
Y Ding, J Xu, X Wang, H Cai, Z Zhou, Y Sun, H Shi
Journal of Environmental Management 283, 111980, 2021
492021
A service-oriented architecture for ensemble flood forecast from numerical weather prediction
H Shi, T Li, R Liu, J Chen, J Li, A Zhang, G Wang
Journal of Hydrology 527, 933-942, 2015
482015
Is the cold region in Northeast China still getting warmer under climate change impact?
Z Zhou, H Shi, Q Fu, T Li, TY Gan, S Liu, K Liu
Atmospheric Research 237, 104864, 2020
472020
Physically based simulation of the streamflow decrease caused by sediment‐trapping dams in the middle Yellow River
H Shi, T Li, K Wang, A Zhang, G Wang, X Fu
Hydrological Processes 30 (5), 783-794, 2016
442016
Assessing spatiotemporal characteristics of drought and its effects on climate-induced yield of maize in Northeast China
Z Zhou, H Shi, Q Fu, T Li, TY Gan, S Liu
Journal of Hydrology 588, 125097, 2020
432020
The Role of Large Dams in Promoting Economic Development under the Pressure of Population Growth
H Shi, J Chen, S Liu, B Sivakumar
Sustainability 11 (10), 2965, 2019
372019
Characteristics of climate change and its relationship with land use/cover change in Yunnan Province, China
H Shi, J Chen
International Journal of Climatology 38 (5), 2520-2537, 2018
362018
A new method for estimation of spatially distributed rainfall through merging satellite observations, raingauge records, and terrain digital elevation model data
H Shi, J Chen, T Li, G Wang
Journal of Hydro-environment Research 28, 1-14, 2020
352020
A new method for estimation of spatially distributed rainfall through merging raingauge records, satellite observations and topographic information
H Shi, J Chen, T Li, G Wang
2015 Annual Meeting of Chinese Hydraulic Engineering Society, 2015
35*2015
Attribution of meteorological, hydrological and agricultural drought propagation in different climatic regions of China
Y Ding, X Gong, Z Xing, H Cai, Z Zhou, D Zhang, P Sun, H Shi
Agricultural Water Management 255, 106996, 2021
312021
Characteristics of propagation from meteorological drought to hydrological drought in the Pearl River Basin
Z Zhou, H Shi, Q Fu, Y Ding, T Li, Y Wang, S Liu
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 126 (4), e2020JD033959, 2021
302021
Temporal and spatial variations of potential evaporation and the driving mechanism over Tibet during 1961-2001
H Shi, T Li, G Wang
Hydrological Sciences Journal 62 (9), 1469-1482, 2017
302017
Spatial distribution of monthly potential evaporation over mountainous regions: case of the Lhasa River basin, China
H Shi, X Fu, J Chen, G Wang, T Li
Hydrological Sciences Journal 59 (10), 1856-1871, 2014
302014
Socioeconomic drought under growing population and changing climate: A new index considering the resilience of a regional water resources system
S Liu, H Shi, B Sivakumar
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, e2020JD033005, 2020
252020
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