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SCI papers published in 2014


1.An, C.-B.,Li, H.,Dong, W.-M.,Chen, Y.-F.,Zhao, Y.-T.,Shi, C., 2014.How prehistoric humans use plant resources to adapt to environmental change: A case study in the western Chinese Loess Plateau during Qijia Period. Holocene,24(4):512-517.(SCI-2,3.202)

2.Cao, B., Pan, B.-T.,Wang,J., Shangguan, D.-H., Wen, Z.-L., Qi, W.-T., 2014.Changes in the glacier extent and surface elevation along the Ningchanand Shuiguan river source, eastern Qilian Mountains, China.Quaternary Research,81(3): 531-537.(SCI-3,2.434)

3.Chen,F.-H.,Dong, G.-H., Zhang, D.-J., Liu, X.-Y., Jia, X., An, C.-B., Ma, M.-M., Xie, Y.-W., Barton, L., Ren, X.-Y., Zhao, Z.-J., Wu, X.-H., Jones, M.-K., 2014.Agriculture facilitated permanent human occupation of the Tibetan Plateau after 3600 BP. Science,(SCI-1,31.235)

4.Chen,F.-H.,Li,G.-Q.,Zhao,H.,Jin,M.,Chen,X.-M.,Fan,Y.-X.,Liu,X.-K.,Wu,D.,Madsen,D.,2014. Landscape evolution of the Ulan Buh Desert in northern China during the late Quaternary.Quaternary Research,81(3): 476-487.(SCI-3,2.434)

5.Chen, F.-H.,Chen, X.-M.,Chen, J.-H.,Zhou, A.-F.,Wu, D.,Tang, L.-Y.,Zhang, X.-J., Huang, X.-Z.,Yu, J.-Q., 2014.Holocene vegetation history, precipitation changes and Indian Summer Monsoon evolution documented from sediments of Xingyun Lake, south-west China. Journal of Quaternary Science, 29(7):661-674.(SCI-2,2.636)

6.Chen,G.,Meng,X.-M.,Tan,L.,Zhang., F.-Y.,Qiao, L.,2014. Comparison and combination of different models foroptimal landslide susceptibility zonation. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 47:283-306.(SCI-4,0.707)

7.Chen, J.-H.,Zhang, E.-L.,Brooks, S.-J.,Huang, X.-Z.,Wang, H.-P.,Liu, J.-B.,Chen, F.-H., 2014.Relationshipsbetween chironomids and water depth in Bosten Lake, Xinjiang, northwest China.Journal of Paleolimnology, 51(2):313-323.(SCI-3,2.082)

8.Chen, J.-S.,Liu, X.-M.,Kravchinsky, V.-A., 2014.Response of the high-resolution Chinese loess grain size record to the 50 degrees N integrated winter insolation during the last 500,000 years. Geophysical Research Letters, 41(17):6244-6251.(SCI-2,4.077)

9.Chen, X.-M.,Chen, F.-H.,Zhou, A.-F.,Huang, X.-Z.,Tang, L.-Y.,Wu, D.,Zhang, X.-J.,Yu, J.-Q., 2014.Vegetation history, climatic changes and Indian summer monsoon evolution during the Last Glaciation (36,400-13,400 cal yr BP) documented by sediments from Xingyun Lake, Yunnan, China.PalaeogeographyPalaeoclimatologyPalaeoecology, 410:179-189.(SCI-2,2.630)

10.Dai, S.,Zhang, M.-Z.,Peng, D.-X.,Wang, H.-W.,Wu, M.-X.,Chen, R.-L.,Zhang, X., 2014.Tectonic and Environmental Evolutions of the Northern Tibetan Plateau Prior to the Collision of India with Asia. ActaGeologicaSinica-English Edition, 88(2):425-443.(SCI-4,1.408)

11.Deng,Y.,Gou, X.-H., Gao,L.-L.,Yang,T.,Yang, M.-X., 2014. Early-summer temperature variations over the past 563 years inferred from tree rings in the Shaluli Mountains, southeastern Tibet Plateau. Quaternary Research, 81(3): 513-519.(SCI-3,2.434)

12.Ding, W.-G.,Wang, L.-J.,Chen, B.-Y.,Xu, L.,Li, H.-X., 2014.Impacts of renewable energy on gender in rural communitiesofnorth-west China.Renewable Energy 69:180-189.(SCI-2,3.109)

13.Ding, W.-G.,Xu, L.,Ye, W.-F., 2014.A comparative study of bioenergy consumption and CO2 emissions in Tibetan region of China.Renewable Energy,71:344-350.(SCI-2,3.109)

14.Dong, G.-H.,Wang, Z.-L.,Ren, L.-L.,Matuzeviciute, G.-M.,Wang, H.,Ren, X.-Y.,Chen, F.-H., 2014.A Comparative Study of 14C Dating on Charcoal and Charred Seeds from Late Neolithic and Bronze Age Sites in Gansu and Qinghai Provinces, NW China.Radiocarbon, 56(1):157-163.(SCI-3,1.648)

15.Dong, G.-H.,Zhang, F.-Y., Ma, M.-M., Fan, Y.-X., Zhang, J.-W., Wang, Z.-L.,Chen,F.-H., 2014.Ancient landslide-dam events in the Jishi Gorge, upper Yellow River valley, China.Quaternary Research, 81(3): 445-451.(SCI-3,2.434)

16.Gou, X.-H., Deng,Y.,Chen,F.-H.,Yang,M.-X.,Gao,L.-L.,Nesje,A.,Fang, K.-Y.,2014.Precipitation variations and possible forcing factors on the Northeastern Tibetan Plateau during the last millennium.Quaternary Research.81(3): 508-512.(SCI-3,2.434)

17.Guan, Q.-Y.,Wang, L.-J.,Wang, L.,Pan,.-B.,TZhao, S.-L.,Zheng, Y., 2014.Analysis of trace elements (heavy metal based) in the surface soils of a desert-loess transitional zone in the south of the Tengger Desert. Environmental Earth Sciences, 72(8):3015-3023.(SCI-4,1.370)

18.Jia, H.,Manchester, S.-R., 2014.Fossil Leaves and Fruits of Cercis L.(Leguminosae) from the Eocene of Western North America. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 175(5):601-612.(SCI-4,1.624)

19.Jin, L.-Y.,Schneider, B.,Park, W.,Latif, M.,Khon, V.,Zhang, X.-J., 2014.The spatial-temporal patterns of Asian summer monsoon precipitation in response to Holocene insolation change: a model-data synthesis.Quaternary Science Reviews, 85:47-62.(SCI-1,4.207)

20.Hu, Y.-H.,Nan, Z.-R.,Jin, C.,Wang, N.,Luo, H.-Z., 2014. Phytoextraction potential of poplar(POPULUS ALBA L. VAR. PYRAMIDALIS BUNGE)fromcalcareousagricultural soils contaminated by cadmium.International Journal of Phytoremediation, 16(5):482-495.(SCI-4,1.314)

21.Huang, T.,Guo, Q.,Tian, H.,Mao, X.-X.,Ding, Z.-Y.,Zhang, G.,Li, J.,Ma, J.-M.,Gao, H.,2014.Assessing spatial distribution, sources, and human health risk of organochlorine pesticide residues in the soils of arid and semiarid areas of northwest China. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 21(9):6124-6135.(SCI-3,2.675)

22.Li, C.-B., Qi, J.-G., Wang, S.-B., Yang, L.-S., Yang, W.-J., Zou, S.-B., Zhu, G.-F., Li, W.-Y., 2014.A Holistic System Approach to UnderstandingUnderground Water Dynamics in the Loess Tableland:A Case Study of the Dongzhi Loess Tablelandin Northwest China.Water ResourcesManagement,28:2937–2951.(SCI-3,2.259)

23.Li, C.-B., Qi, J.-G., Yang, L.-S.Yang, W.-J., Zhu, G.-F., Wang, S.-B.,2014. The Variability of the Snow and Ice Melt in Alpine Rivers in Northwestern China. Journal of Mountain Science. 11(4): 884-895.(SCI-4,0.809)

24.Li, C.-B., Qi, J.-G., Yang, L.-S., Wang, S.-B., Yang, W.-J., Zhu, G.-F., Zou, S.-B., Zhang, F., 2014.Regional vegetation dynamics and its response to climate change-a case study in the Tao River Basin in Northwestern China.Environmental Research Letters, 9(12):125003.

25.Li,G.-Q., Dong, G.-H., Wen, L.-J., Chen, F., 2014. Overbank flooding and human occupation of the Shalongka site in the Upper Yellow River Valley, northeast Tibet Plateau in relation to climate change since the last deglaciation. Quaternary Research,82,354-365.(SCI-3,2.434)

26.Li,G.-Q.,Jin,M.,Wen, L.-J.,Zhao,H., Madsen,D.,Liu,X.-K.,Wu,D.,Chen, F.-H.,2014. Quartz and K-feldspar optical dating chronology of eolian sand and lacustrine sequence from the southern Ulan Buh Desert, NW China: Implications for reconstructing late Pleistocene environmental evolution, Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 393: 111-121.(SCI-2,2.630)

27.Li, H.,Xu, D.-Y.,Zhao, Y., 2014.Peatlandarea change in the southern Altay Mountains over the last twenty years based on GIS and RS analysis. Frontiers of Earth Science, 8(4):558-563.(SCI-4,0.299)

28.Li, J.-J.,Fang, X.-M.,Pan, B.-T.,Ma, Y.-Z.,Yan, M.-D., 2014.Late Miocene–Quaternary rapid stepwise uplift of the NE Tibetan Plateauand its effects on climatic and environmental changes.Quaternary Research,81(3): 400-423.(SCI-3,2.434)

29.Li,Z.-J.,Sun D.-H., Chen, F.-H.,Wang,F., Zhang,Y.-B., Guo,F., Wang,X., Li,B.-F., 2014. Chronology and paleoenvironmental records of a drill core in the central Tengger Desert of China. Quaternary Science Reviews 85:85-98.(SCI-1,4.207)

30.Liu, J.,Zhang, T.-J., 2014.Fundamental solution method for reconstructing past climate change from borehole temperature gradients. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 102: 32-40.(SCI-3,1.389)

31.Liu, J.-B.,Chen, F.-H.,Chen, J.-H.,Zhang, X.-J.,Liu, J.,Bloemendal, J., 2014.Weakening of the East Asian summer monsoon at 1000-1100 A.D. within the Medieval Climate Anomaly: Possible linkage to changes in the Indian Ocean-western Pacific.Journal of Geophysical Research, 119(5):2209-2219.(SCI-2,3.212)

32.Liu, J.-B.,Chen, J.-H.,Selvaraj, K.,Xu, Q.-H.,Wang, Z.-L.,Chen, F.-H., 2014.Chemical weathering over the last 1200 years recorded in the sediments of Gonghai Lake, Lvliang Mountains, North China: a high-resolution proxy of past climate. Boeras, 43(4):914-923.(SCI-3,2.250)

33.Liu, L.-C.,Dong, X.-F.,Liu, X.-G., 2014.Quantitative Study of the Network Tendency of the Urban System in China. Journal of Urban Planning and Development. 140(2):15013003.(SCI-4,0.970)

34.Ma, M.-M., Dong, G.-H., Lightfoot, E., Wang, H., Liu, X.-Y., Jia, X., Zhang, K.-R., Chen, F.-H., 2014. Stable Isotope Analysis of Human and Faunal Remains in the Western Loess Plateau, Gansu, China, approximately 4000 Cal BP. Archaeometry, 56 Suppl, 237–255.(SCI-4,1.266)

35.Ma, M.-M.,Dong, G.-H.,Chen, F.-H.,Meng, X.-M.,Wang, Z.-L.,Elston, R.,Li, G.-Q., 2014.Processofpaleofloods in Guanting basin, Qinghai Province, China and possible relation to monsoon strength during the mid-Holocene.Quaternary International, 321:88-96.(SCI-3,1.988)

36.Madsen,D.-B.,Lai, Z.-P.,Sun, Y.-J.,Rhode, D.,Liu, X.-J.,Brantingham, P.-J.., 2014.LateQuaternary Qaidam lake histories and implications for an MIS 3 "Greatest Lakes" period in northwest China.Journal of Paleolimnology, 51(2):161-177.(SCI-3,2.082)

37.Mao, X.-X.,Gao, H.,Huang, T.,Zhang, L.-S.,Ma, J.-M., 2014.Modeling global persistent organic chemicals in clouds. Atmospheric Environment, 96: 345-352.(SCI-2,3.212)

38.Nie, J.-S.,Zhang, R.,Necula, C.,Heslop, D.,Liu, Q.-S.,Gong, L.-S.,Banerjee, S., 2014.Late Miocene- early Pleistocene paleoclimate history of the Chinese Loess Plateau revealed by remanence unmixing. Geophysical Research Letters, 41(6):2163-2168.(SCI-2,4.077)

39.Nie, J.-S.,Peng, W.-B., 2014.Automated SEM-EDS heavy mineral analysis reveals no provenance shift between glacial loess and interglacial paleosol on the Chinese Loess Plateau. Aeolian Research, 13:71-75.(SCI-3,2.513)

40.Nie, J.-S.,Peng, W.-B.,Möller, A.,Song, Y.-G.,Stockli,D.-F.,Stevens, T.,Horton,B.-K.,Liu,S.-P.,Bird,A.,Oalmann,J.,Gong,H.-J.,Fang, X.-M.,2014.Provenance of the upper Miocene–Pliocene Red Clay deposits of the Chinese loess plateau.Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 407:35-47.(SCI-1,4.418)

41.Nie, J.-S.,Stevens, T.,Song, Y.-G.,King, J.-W.,Zhang, R.,Ji, S.-C.,Gong, L.-S.,Cares, D., 2014.Pacific freshening drives Pliocene cooling and Asian monsoon intensification. Scientific Reports, 4:5474.(SCI-2,4.003)

42.Pan, B.-T.,Guan, Q.-Y.,Gao, H.-S.,Guan, D.-S.,Liu, F.-L.,Li, Z.-M.,Su, H., 2014.The origin and sources of loess-like sediment in the Jinsha River Valley, SW China.Boreas, 43(1):121-131.(SCI-3,2.250)

43.Qiang, M.-R.,Liu, Y.-Y.,Jin, Y.-X.,Song, L.,Huang, X.-T.,Chen, F.-H., 2014.Holocene recordofeolian activity from Genggahai Lake, northeastern Qinghai- Tibetan Plateau, China.Geophysical Research Letters, 41(2):589-595.(SCI-2,4.077)

44.Qin, S.-S.,Liu, F.,Wang, J.-Z.,Sun, B.-B.,2014.Analysis and forecasting of the particulate matter (PM) concentration levels over four major cities of China using hybrid models. Atmospheric Environment, 98:665-675.(SCI-2,3.212)

45.Rao, Z.-G.,Jia, G.-D.,Qiang, M.-R.,Zhao, Y., 2014.Assessment of the difference between mid- and long chain compound specific delta Dn-alkanes values in lacustrine sediments as a paleoclimatic indicator. Organic Geochemistry, 76:104-117.(SCI-2,2.710)

46.Wang, B.,Xia, D.-S.,Yu, Y.,Jia, J.,Xu, S.-J., 2014.Magnetic properties of urban soils from typical oasis cities and their environmental implications. Chinese Journal of Geophysics-Chinese Edition, 57(3):891-905.(SCI-4,0.671)

47.Wang, B., Xia, D.-S.,Yu, Y., Jia, J., Xu, S.-J., 2014.Detection and differentiation of pollution in urban surface soils using magnetic properties in arid and semi-arid regions of northwestern China.Environmental Pollution, 184(SI):335-346.(SCI-2,3.793)

48.Wang, B.,Chu, K.-W.,Yu, A.-B.,Vince, A., 2014.Computationalinvestigation of the mechanisms of the "breakaway" effect in a dense medium cyclone. Minerals Engineering, 62(SI): 111-119.(SCI-3,1.424)

49.Wang, H.-P.,Chen, J.-H.,Zhang, X.-J.,Chen, F.-H., 2014.Palaeosol development in the Chinese Loess Plateau as an indicator of the strength of the East Asian summer monsoon: Evidence for a mid-Holocene maximum.Quaternary International, 334:155-164.(SCI-3,1.988)

50.Wang, X.,Sun, D.-H.,Chen, F.-H.,Wang, F.,Li, B.-F.,Popov, S.-V.,Wu, S.,Zhang, Y.-B.,Li, Z.-J., 2014,Cenozoic paleo-environmental evolution of the Pamir–Tien Shan convergence zone.Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 80:84-100(SCI-3,2.454)

51.Wang, Y.-B., Niu, F.-J., Wu, Q.-B., Gao, Z.-Y., 2014.Assessing soil erosion and control factors by radiometric technique in thesource region of the Yellow River, Tibetan Plateau.Quaternary Research,81(3): 538-544.(SCI-3,2.434)

52.Wang, Z.-L.,Zhao, H.,Dong, G.-H.,Zhou, A.-F.,Liu, J.-B.,Zhang, D.-J., 2014.Reliability of radiocarbon dating on various fractions of loess-soil sequence for Dadiwan section in the western Chinese Loess Plateau. Frontiers of Earth Science, 8(4):540-546.(SCI-4,0.299)

53.Wei, G.-X.,Chen, F.-H.,Ma, J.-Z.,Dong, Y.,Zhu, G.-F.,Edmunds, W.-M., 2014.Groundwater recharge and evolution of water quality in China's Jilantai Basin based on hydrogeochemical and isotopic evidence. Environmental Earth Sciences, 72(9):3491-3506.(SCI-4,1.370)

54.Wei, G.-X.,Zhou, Z.-F.,Guo, Y.,Dong, Y.,Dang, H.-H.,Wang, Y.-B.,Ma, J.-Z.,2014.Long-Term Effects of Tillage on Soil Aggregates and the Distribution of Soil Organic Carbon, Total Nitrogen, and Other Nutrients in Aggregates on the Semi-Arid Loess Plateau, China.AridLand Research and Management, 28(3):291-310.(SCI-4,0.550)

55.Xia, D.-S.,Jia, J.,Zhao, S.,Wei, H.-T.,Chen,F.-H., 2014.Out-of-phase evolution between summer and winter East Asianmonsoons during the Holocene as recorded by Chinese loess deposits.Quaternary Research,81(3): 500-507.(SCI-3,2.434)

56.Xia, D.-S.,Wang, B.,Yu, Y.,Jia, J.,Nie, Y.,Wang, X.,Xu, S.-J., 2014.Combination of magnetic parameters and heavy metals to discriminate soil-contamination sources in Yinchuan - A typical oasis city of Northwestern China.Science of the Total Environment, 485:83-92.(SCI-2,3.236)

57.Xie, Y.-C.,Gong, J.,Sun, P.,Gou, X.-H., 2014.Oasis dynamics change and its influence on landscape pattern on Jinta oasis in arid China from 1963a to 2010a: Integration of multi-source satellite images.International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 33:181-191.(SCI-3,2.153)

58.Yan, X.-L.,Miao, Y.-F.,Zan, J.-B.,Zhang, W.-L.,Wu, S., 2014.Late Cenozoic fluvial-lacustrine susceptibility increases in the Linxia Basin and their implications for Tibetan Plateau uplift.Quaternary International,334:132-140.(SCI-3,1.988)

59.Zeng, R.-Q.,Meng, X.-M.,Wasowski, J.,Dijkstra, T.,Boveng, F.,Xue,Y.-T.,Wang, S.-Y.,2014. Ground instability detection using PS-InSAR in Lanzhou, China. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 47:307-321.(SCI-4,0.707)

60.Zhang, L.-H., Wang, S.-G., Zhang, Y., He, C.-S., Jin, X., 2014.Development of an Instant Correction and Display System of NumericalWeather Prediction Products in China.Chinese Geographical Science,24(6): 682-693.(SCI-4,0.576)

61.Zhang, M.-Z.,Dai, S.,Pan, B.-T.Wang, L.-B.,Peng, D.-X.,Wang, H.-W.,Zhang, X., 2014.The palynoflora of the Lower Cretaceous strata of the Yingen-Ejinaqi Basin in North China and their implications for the evolution of early angiosperms.Cretaceous Research, 48:23-38.(SCI-3,1.852)

62.Zhang, M.-Z.,Dai, S.,Ulrich H.,Wu, M.-X.,Wang, Z.-X.,Pan, B.-T.,2014.Palynological records from two cores in the Gongpoquan Basin, centralEast Asia: Evidence for floristic and climatic change during the LateJurassic to Early Cretaceous.Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 204: 1-17.(SCI-3,1.744)

63.Zhang, T.,Fang, X.-M.,Song, C.-H.,Appel, E.,Wang, Y.-D., 2014.Cenozoic tectonic deformation and uplift of the South Tian Shan: Implications from magnetostratigraphy and balanced cross-section restoration of the Kuqa depression. Tectonophysics, 628:172-187(SCI-2,2.661)

64.Zhang, X.-F., Zhang, L.-H., He, C.-S., Li, J.-L.,Jiang, Y.-W., Ma, L.-B., 2014.Quantifying the impacts of land use/land cover changeon groundwater depletion in Northwestern China – Acasestudy of the Dunhuang oasis.Agricultural Water Management, 146:270-279.(SCI-2,2.178)

65.Zhang, Y.-B.,Sun, D.-H.,Li, Z.-J.,Wang, F.,Wang, X.,Li, B.-F.,Guo, F.,Wu, S., 2014.Cenozoic recordofaeolian sediment accumulation and aridification from Lanzhou, China, driven by Tibetan Plateau uplift and global climate. Global and Planetary Change, 120:1-15.(SCI-3,3.264)

66.Zhao, J.-J.,An, C.-B.,Longo, W.-M.,Dillon, J.-T.,Zhao, Y.-T.,Shi, C.,Chen, Y.-F.,Huang, Y.-S., 2014.Occurrence of extended chain length C-41 and C-42 alkenones in hypersaline lakes. Organic Geochemistry, 75:48-53.(SCI-2,2.710)

67.Zhu, G.-F.,Lu, L.,Su, Y.-H.,Wang, X.-F.,Cui, X.,Ma, J.-Z.,He, J.-H.,Zhang, K.,Li, C.-B., 2014.Energy flux partitioning and evapotranspiration in a sub-alpine spruce forest ecosystem.Hydrological Processes, 28(19):5093-5104.(SCI-3,2.597)

68.Zhu, G.-F.,Li, X.,Su, Y.-H.,Zhang, K.,Bai, Y.,Ma, J.-Z.,Li, C.-B.,Hu, X.-L.,He, J.-H., 2014.Simultaneously assimilating multivariate data sets into the two-source evapotranspiration model by Bayesian approach: application to spring maize in an arid region of northwestern China. Geoscientific Model Development, 7(4):1467-1482.(SCI-1,4.784)

69.Zhu, G.-F.,Su, Y.-H.,Li, X.,Zhang, K.,Li, C.-B.,Ning, N., 2014.Modelling evapo-transpiration in an alpine grassland ecosystem on Qinghai-Tibetan plateau.Hydrological Processes, 28(3):610-619.(SCI-3,2.597)

70.Chen, F.,Yuan, Y.-J.,Chen, F.-H.,Yu, S.-L.,Shang, H.-M.,Zhang, T.-W.,Zhang, R.-B.,Qin, L., 2014.Reconstruction of spring temperature on the southern edge of the Gobi Desert, Asia, reveals recent climatic warming.PalaeogeographyPalaeoclimatologyPalaeoecology, 409:145-152.(SCI-2,2.630)

71.Chen, F.,Yuan, Y.-J.,Wei, W.-S.,Zhang, T.-W.,Shang, H.-M.,Zhang, R.-B.,, 2014.Precipitation reconstruction for the southern Altay Mountains (China) from tree rings of Siberian spruce, reveals recent wetting trend. Dendrochronologia, 32(SI 3):266-272.(SCI-3,1.567)

72.Dong, Z.-W.,Qin, D.-H.,Kang, S.-C.,Ren, J.-W.,Chen, J.-Z.,Cui, X.-Q.,Du, Z.-H.,Qin, X., 2014.Physicochemical characteristics and sources of atmospheric dust deposition in snow packs on the glaciers of western Qilian Mountains, China.Tellus Series B-Chemical and Physical Meteorology, 66: 20956.(SCI-2,3.780)

73.Fang,K.-Y.,Wilmking, M.,Davi, N.,Zhou, F.-F.,Liu, C.-Z., 2014.An Ensemble Weighting Approach for Dendroclimatology: Drought Reconstructions for the Northeastern Tibetan Plateau.Plos One, 9(1): e86689.(SCI-3,3.785)

74.He, C.-S.,Zhang, L.-H., ,DeMarchi, C.,Croley, T.-E., 2014.Estimating point and non-point source nutrient loads in the Saginaw Bay watersheds,Journal of Great Lakes Research.40(SI):11-17.(SCI-4,1.867)

75.Hou, Z.-F.,Li, J.-J.,Song, C.-H.,Zhang, J.,Hui, Z.-C.,Chen, S.-Y.,Xian, F., 2014.Understanding MioceneClimate Evolution in Northeastern Tibet: Stable Carbon and Oxygen Isotope Records from the Western Tianshui Basin, China. Journal of Earth Science, 25(2): 357-365.(SCI-4,0.418)

76.Lei, Y.-B.,Tian, L.-D.,Bird, B.-W.,Hou, J.-Z.,Ding, L.,Oimahmadov, I.,Gadoev, M., 2014.A 2540-year record of moisture variations derived from lacustrine sediment (Sasikul Lake) on the Pamir Plateau.Holocene,24(7):761-770.(SCI-2,3.202)

77.Niu, H.-W.,He, Y.-Q.,Lu, X.-X.,Shen, J.,Du, J.-K.,Zhang, T.,Pu, T.,Xin, H.-J.,Chang, L., 2014.Chemical composition of rainwater in the Yulong Snow Mountain region, Southwestern China.Atmospheric Research,144(SI):195-206.(SCI-3,2.177)

78.Niu, H.-W.,He, Y.-Q.,Desideri, U.,Zhang, P.-D.,Qin, H.-Y.,Wang, S.-J., 2014.Rural household energy consumption and its implications for eco-environments in NW China: A case study.Renewable Energy, 65(SI):137-145.(SCI-2,3.109)

79.Niu, H.-W.,He, Y.-Q.,Lu, X.-X.,Dong, Z.-W.,Zhao, G.-Y.,Zhang, T.,Du, J.-K., 2014.Characteristics of modern atmospheric dust deposition in snow in the Mt. Yulong region, southeastern Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 94(SI):45-54.(SCI-3,2.454)

80.Song, Y.-G., Fang, X.-M.,King, W.-J.,Li, J.-J.,Naoto, I., An, Z.-S., 2014.Magneticparameter variations in the Chaona loess/paleosol sequences inthe central Chinese Loess Plateau, and their significance for the middlePleistocene climate transition.Quaternary Research,81(3):433-444.(SCI-3,2.434)

81.Wang, Y.-B.,Gao, Z.-Y.,Wen, J.,Liu, G.-H.,Geng, D.,Li, X.-B., 2014.Effect of a thermokarst lake on soil physical properties and infiltration processes in the permafrost region of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, China. Science China-Earth Sciences, 57(10):2357-2365.(SCI-4,1.247)

82.Dijkstra, T.-A.,Wasowski, J.,Winter,M.-G.,Meng,X.-M.,2014.Introduction to Geohazards of Central China.Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology,47:195-199.(SCI-4,0.707)

83.Du, B.-X.,Zhang, M.-Z.,Dai, S.,Sun, B.-N., 2014.Discovery of Pseudofrenelopsis from the Lower CretaceousofLiupanshan Basin and its paleoclimatic significance. Cretaceous Research, 48:193-204.(SCI-3,1.852)

84.Fang, K.-Y.,Chen, F.,Sen, A.-K.,Davi, N.Huang, W.,Li, J.-B.,Seppa, H., 2014.Hydroclimate Variations inCentral and Monsoonal Asia over the Past 700 Years. Plos One, 9(8):e102751.(SCI-3,3.785)

85.Feng,S.,Hu, Q.,Huang, W.,Ho, C.-H.,Li, R.-P.,Tang, Z.-H., 2014.Projectedclimate regime shift under future global warming from multi-model, multi-scenario CMIP5 simulations.Global and Planetary Change, 112:41-52.(SCI-3,3.264)

86.Fu, L.,Zhang, L.-H.,He, C.-S., 2014.Analysis of Agricultural Land Use Change in the MiddleReach of the Heihe River Basin, Northwest China.International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 11(3):2698-2712.(SCI-3,1.996)

87.Jian, S.-Q.,Zhao, C.-Y.,Fang, S.-M.,Yu, K., 2014.Characteristics of Caragana korshinskii and Hippophae rhamnoides stemflow and their significance in soil moisture enhancement in Loess Plateau, China.Journal of Arid Land, 6(1):105-116.(SCI-4,0.596)

88.Jian, S.-Q.,Zhao, C.-Y.,Fang, S.-M.,Yu, K., 2014.Soil water content and water balance simulation of Caragana korshinskii Kom. in the semiarid Chinese Loess Plateau. Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics, 62(2):89-96.(SCI-4,0.741)

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