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Wetland and Water Resource Modeling and Assessment A Watershed Perspective

Edited By: Wei Ji
280 pages, diagrams
Publisher: CRC Press
Wetland and Water Resource Modeling and Assessment
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As a wetland of international importance located in China, the Poyang Lake Basin's incredible topographical and biological diversity has provided a congregating point for scientists from around the world to engage in cross-disciplinary research. In particular, the International Conference on Poyang Lake Complex Environment System was instrumental in bringing together scholars from China, North America, and Europe to explore the latest innovations in water resource science and watershed management.

Featuring cutting-edge research in watershed management presented at this landmark event, Wetland and Water Resource Modeling Assessment pairs the accounts of Poyang Lake with additional information on the important watersheds of North America and Asia to help facilitate the development of decision support tools.


GEOSPACIAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR WETLAND MAPPING Application and Assessment of a GIScience Model for Jurisdictional Wetlands Identification in Northwestern Ohio, N. Torbick, P. Lawrence, and K.Czajkowski An Expert System-Based Image Classification for Identifying Wetland-Related Land Cover Types, X. Cai and X. Chen Mapping Salt Marsh Vegetation Using Hyperspectral Imagery, J. Yang, F. J. Artigas, and Y. Wang Carex Mapping in the Poyang Lake Wetland Based on Spectral Library and Spectral Angle Mapping Technology, S. Chen, L. Chen, X. Su, Q. Liu, and J. Li WETLAND HYDROLOGY AND WATER BUDGET Change in the Southern U.S. Water Demand and Supply over the Next Forty Years, S.G. McNulty, G. Sun, E.C. Cohen, and J.A. Moore Myers Study on the Intra-annual Distribution Characteristics of the Water Budget in the Hilly Region of Red Soil in Northeast Jiangxi Province, China, J.Dai, J. Chen, Y. Cui, and Y. He Forest and Water Relations: Hydrologic Implications of Forestation Campaigns in China, G. Sun, G. Zhou, Z. Zhang, X. Wei, S. G. McNulty, and J. Vose Application of TOPMODEL for Streamflow Simulation and Baseflow Separation, P. Wen, X. Chen, and Y. Chen Spatially Distributed Watershed Model of Water and Materials Runoff, T. E. Croley II and C. He WATER QUALITY AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES Estimating Nonpoint Source Pollution Loadings in the Great Lakes Watersheds, C. He and T.E. Croley II Simulating Historical Variations of Nitrogenous and Phosphorous Nutrients in Honghu Lake Basin, China, G. Feng, Y. Ge, and L. Geying A Predictive Modeling of Lake Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Sediment Concentrations Based on Land Use/Land Cover Type and Pattern, P. Varnakovida, N. Wiangwang, J. P. Messina, and J. Qi WETLAND BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY Soil Erosion Assessment Using Universal Soil Loss Equation (USLE) and Spatial Technologies-A Case Study at Xiushui Watershed, China, L. Hui, C. Xiaoling, T. Liqiao, and W. Zhongyi Evaluation of Rapid Assessment Techniques for Establishing Wetland Condition on a Watershed Scale, V. L. Lougheed, C. A. Parker, and R. Jan Stevenson Development of Geosptatial Ecological Indicators in Jiangxi Province, China, P. Guo and X. Chen A Conceptual Framework for Integrating a Simulation Model of Plant Biomass for Vallisneria spiralis L. with Remote Sensing and a Geographical Information System, G. Wu, J. de Leeuw, E.P. H. Best, J.Barzen, V. Venus, J. Burnham, Y. Liu, and W. Ji Soundscape Characteristics of an Environment: A New Ecological Indicator of Ecosystems Health, J. Qi, S.Gage, and W. Joo WATERSHED ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT Geospatial Decision Models for Assessing the Vulnerability of Wetlands to Potential Human Impacts, W. Ji and J. Ma Watershed Science: Essential, Complex, Multidisciplinary, and Collaborative, R. J. Stevenson, M. J. Wiley, S.H. Gage, V.L. Lougheed, C.M. Riseng, P. Bonnell, T.M. Burton, R. A. Hough, D.W. Hyndman, J. K. Koches, D. T. Long, B. C. Pijanowski, J. Qi, A. D. Steinman, and D.G. Uzarski Appendix A: Muskegon Partnership Data Sharing Agreement Integrated Modeling of the Muskegon River: Tools for Ecological Risk Assessment in a Great Lakes Watershed, M.Wiley, B. Pijanowski, R. J. Stevenson , P. Seelbach, P. Richards, C. Riseng, D. Hynman, and J. Koches Watershed Management Practices for Nonpoint Source Pollution Control, S.L. Yu, X. Zhen, and R. L. Stanford

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Edited By: Wei Ji
280 pages, diagrams
Publisher: CRC Press
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