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作者:Changlai Xiao , Bo Liu
来源:[J].Arabian Journal of Geosciences(IF 0.74), 2017, Vol.10 (8)Springer
摘要:The potential of grey self-memory model (GSM), radial basis function network (RBF), and adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system (ANFIS) models in forecasting groundwater depths over an unconfined aquifer was compared. GSM, RBF, and ANFIS modeling was carried out at five sites in Ji...
作者:... Xiujuan Liang , Zhang Fang , Changlai Xiao
来源:[J].Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment(IF 1.961), 2017, Vol.31 (7), pp.1697-1707Springer
摘要:Precipitation is an important part of the hydrologic cycle, and its complexity is closely related to surface runoff and changing groundwater dynamics, which in turn influences the accuracy of precipitation forecasts. In this study, we used the Lempel–Ziv algorithm (LZA) and ...
作者:Changlai Xiao , He Huang ...
来源:[J].Water(IF 0.973), 2015, Vol.7 (10), pp.5768-5787DOAJ
摘要:In order to evaluate the groundwater resources and aquifer system of the Jilin urban area (JUA), a groundwater numerical flow model was established by using the groundwater modeling system based on data from 190 boreholes. River stages were interpolated to control the ground...
作者:Changlai Xiao , Jinfeng Liu ...
来源:[J].Arabian Journal of Geosciences(IF 0.74), 2016, Vol.9 (6)Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Groundwater is the most important water resources in modern water supply, and its quality is the determining factor, especially for the groundwater supply under extreme events. Groundwater quality survey has been carried out in Jilin City, which is a famous indu...
作者:Changlai Xiao , Xiujuan Liang
来源:[J].Arabian Journal of Geosciences(IF 0.74), 2016, Vol.9 (2)Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Groundwater is the major available water resources in Jilin City, China, but rapid urbanization has adversely affected it in recent years. Groundwater quality is deteriorating, especially in relation to nitrate contamination. In this study, groundwater samples w...
作者:Changlai Xiao , Xiujuan Liang ...
来源:[J].Chemosphere(IF 3.137), 2019, Vol.228, pp.384-389Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Oil shale samples were obtained from Nong'an oil shale ore-bearing area which was located in the southeastern uplift of Songliao basin, China. The XRD test for oil shale identified the minerals in it and a series of water-rock interaction experiment between oil shale...
作者:Changlai Xiao , Xiujuan Liang
来源:[J].Applied Water Science, 2017, Vol.7 (4), pp.1657-1667Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Mineral dissolution reactions actively participate in controlling the composition of mineral water. In this study, water soluble, acidic–alkaline and carbonated solution experiments were designed, and mineral reaction mechanisms were researched using chemical ki...
作者:Changlai Xiao , Xiujuan Liang ...
来源:[J].Chinese Geographical Science(IF 0.5), 2018, Vol.28 (4), pp.707-716Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Underground brine is an unusual water resource that contains abundant mineral resources. It is distributed widely in the Qaidam Basin, western China, a hyperarid inland basin located in the northern Tibetan Plateau. Pores in the brine storage medium act as stora...
作者:Changlai Xiao , Xiujuan Liang ...
来源:[J].Environmental Earth Sciences(IF 1.445), 2015, Vol.73 (8), pp.4819-4829Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Mineral water from Changbai Mountain is the main source of drinking water, and a major component of the economy, inJingyu County, Jilin Province, Northeast China. In this study, the hydrochemical characteristics of 18 mineral springs are examined. Mineral water ...
作者:Changlai Xiao , Xiujuan Liang
来源:[J].Environmental Geochemistry and Health(IF 2.076), 2016, Vol.38 (1), pp.291-307Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)The east Jilin Province in China, Jingyu County has been explored as a potential for enriching mineral water. In order to assess the water quality and quantity, it is of crucial importance to investigate the origin of the mineral water and its flow paths. In this stu...

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