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Prof. Dr. Yongqin David Chen (Hong Kong)

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Publications

Date Publication
05.12.2007 Article: Behaviors of extreme water level in the Pearl River Delta and possible impacts from human activities
Y. D. Chen, Q. Zhang, T. Yang, C. Xu, X. Chen, and T. Jiang
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions, 4, 4361-4387
SRef: 1812-2116/hessd/2007-4-4361
27.06.2006 Article: Downscaling of daily precipitation with a stochastic weather generator for the subtropical region in South China
Y. D. Chen, X. Chen, C.-Y. Xu, Q. Shao
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions, 3, 1145-1183
SRef: 1812-2116/hessd/2006-3-1145

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