张运林(yunlin Zhang)
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Environmental issues of lake Taihu, China
B Qin, P Xu, Q Wu, L Luo, Y Zhang
Eutrophication of shallow lakes with special reference to Lake Taihu, China …, 2007
A drinking water crisis in Lake Taihu, China: linkage to climatic variability and lake management
B Qin, G Zhu, G Gao, Y Zhang, W Li, HW Paerl, WW Carmichael
Environmental management 45 (1), 105-112, 2010
The contribution of phytoplankton degradation to chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) in eutrophic shallow lakes: field and experimental evidence
Y Zhang, MA van Dijk, M Liu, G Zhu, B Qin
Water research 43 (18), 4685-4697, 2009
Lake eutrophication and its ecosystem response
BQ Qin, G Gao, GW Zhu, YL Zhang, YZ Song, XM Tang, H Xu, JM Deng
Chinese Science Bulletin 58 (9), 961-970, 2013
Characteristics and sources of chromophoric dissolved organic matter in lakes of the Yungui Plateau, China, differing in trophic state and altitude
Y Zhang, E Zhang, Y Yin, MA Van Dijk, L Feng, Z Shi, M Liu, B Qina
Limnology and Oceanography 55 (6), 2645-2659, 2010
Resolving the variability of CDOM fluorescence to differentiate the sources and fate of DOM in Lake Taihu and its tributaries
X Yao, Y Zhang, G Zhu, B Qin, L Feng, L Cai, G Gao
Chemosphere 82 (2), 145-155, 2011
Characterizing chromophoric dissolved organic matter in Lake Tianmuhu and its catchment basin using excitation-emission matrix fluorescence and parallel factor analysis
Y Zhang, Y Yin, L Feng, G Zhu, Z Shi, X Liu, Y Zhang
Water research 45 (16), 5110-5122, 2011
Long-term remote monitoring of total suspended matter concentration in Lake Taihu using 250 m MODIS-Aqua data
K Shi, Y Zhang, G Zhu, X Liu, Y Zhou, H Xu, B Qin, G Liu, Y Li
Remote Sensing of Environment 164, 43-56, 2015
Global loss of aquatic vegetation in lakes
Y Zhang, E Jeppesen, X Liu, B Qin, K Shi, Y Zhou, SM Thomaz, J Deng
Earth-Science Reviews 173, 259-265, 2017
Optical types of inland and coastal waters
E Spyrakos, R O'donnell, PD Hunter, C Miller, M Scott, SGH Simis, C Neil, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 63 (2), 846-870, 2018
Cyanobacterial bloom management through integrated monitoring and forecasting in large shallow eutrophic Lake Taihu (China)
B Qin, W Li, G Zhu, Y Zhang, T Wu, G Gao
Journal of hazardous materials 287, 356-363, 2015
Dissolved oxygen stratification and response to thermal structure and long-term climate change in a large and deep subtropical reservoir (Lake Qiandaohu, China)
Y Zhang, Z Wu, M Liu, J He, K Shi, Y Zhou, M Wang, X Liu
Water Research 75, 249-258, 2015
Influence of algal bloom degradation on nutrient release at the sediment–water interface in Lake Taihu, China
M Zhu, G Zhu, L Zhao, X Yao, Y Zhang, G Gao, B Qin
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 20 (3), 1803-1811, 2013
Estimation of the algal-available phosphorus pool in sediments of a large, shallow eutrophic lake (Taihu, China) using profiled SMT fractional analysis
M Zhu, G Zhu, W Li, Y Zhang, L Zhao, Z Gu
Environmental pollution 173, 216-223, 2013
秦伯强, 王小冬, 汤祥明, 冯胜, 张运林
地球科学进展 22 (009), 896-906, 2007
Analysis of 40 year records of solar radiation data in Shanghai, Nanjing and Hangzhou in Eastern China
YL Zhang, BQ Qin, WM Chen
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 78 (4), 217-227, 2004
Compositional differences of chromophoric dissolved organic matter derived from phytoplankton and macrophytes
Y Zhang, X Liu, M Wang, B Qin
Organic Geochemistry 55, 26-37, 2013
Aquatic vegetation in response to increased eutrophication and degraded light climate in Eastern Lake Taihu: Implications for lake ecological restoration
Y Zhang, X Liu, B Qin, K Shi, J Deng, Y Zhou
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-12, 2016
Why Lake Taihu continues to be plagued with cyanobacterial blooms through 10 years (2007–2017) efforts
B Qin, HW Paerl, JD Brookes, J Liu, E Jeppesen, G Zhu, Y Zhang, H Xu, ...
Science Bulletin 64 (6), 2019
Earlier and warmer springs increase cyanobacterial (Microcystis spp.) blooms in subtropical Lake Taihu, China
J Deng, B Qin, HW Paerl, Y Zhang, J Ma, Y Chen
Freshwater Biology 59 (5), 1076-1085, 2014
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