Journal article

Contributions of local terrestrial evaporation and transpiration to precipitation using delta O-18 and D-excess as a proxy in Shiyang inland river basin in China

Zongxing Li, Feng Qi, QJ Wang, Yanlong Kong, Aifang Cheng, Yong Song, Yongge Li, Jianguo Li, Xiaoyan Guo

Global and Planetary Change | ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV | Published : 2016

University of Melbourne Researchers

Grants

Awarded by Gansu Province Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars


Awarded by West Light Program of Chinese Academy of Sciences


Awarded by National Natural Science Foundation


Awarded by Youth Innovation Promotion Association, CAS


Awarded by China Postdoctoral Association


Funding Acknowledgements

Data on stable isotopes for different water samples are available from the corresponding author. Data on precipitation amount, air temperature, wind speed and relative humidity were recorded at corresponding automatic meteorological stations in three mountainous sampling stations by the corresponding author; the metrological data for the other three stations were from Minqin, Wuwei and Yongchang national meteorology observation stations, and were from China Meteorological Administration (http://www.nmic.gov.cn/). This study was funded by Gansu Province Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars (1506RJDA282), a West Light Program of Chinese Academy of Sciences (20131203), National Natural Science Foundation (91547102), the CAS/SAFEA International Partnership Program for Creative Research Teams, a postdoctoral fellow at the international exchange plans from China Postdoctoral Association (20140043), the Youth Innovation Promotion Association, CAS (2013274). Thanks also to the anonymous referees and editorial staff.