Articles | Volume 26, issue 20
Research article
26 Oct 2022
Research article |  | 26 Oct 2022

Attributing trend in naturalized streamflow to temporally explicit vegetation change and climate variation in the Yellow River basin of China

Zhihui Wang, Qiuhong Tang, Daoxi Wang, Peiqing Xiao, Runliang Xia, Pengcheng Sun, and Feng Feng

Data sets

Observed Daily Meteorological Dataset China Meteorological Administration

A 30 m terrace mapping in China using Landsat 8 imagery and digital elevation model based on the Google Earth Engine (Version 1) B. Cao, L. Yu, V. Naipal, P. Ciais, W. Li, Y. Zhao, W. Wei, D. Chen, Z. Liu, and P. Gong

Global Surface Water Dataset 1984-2020 Joint Research Centre of the European Commission


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Short summary
Variable infiltration capacity simulation considering dynamic vegetation types and structural parameters is able to better capture the effect of temporally explicit vegetation change and climate variation in hydrological regimes. Vegetation greening including interannual LAI and intra-annual LAI temporal pattern change induced by large-scale ecological restoration and non-vegetation underlying surface change played dominant roles in the natural streamflow reduction of the Yellow River basin.