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Annual runoff series extension and runoff variations in Lanzhou-Sanmenxia reach of Yellow River, China



Annual runoff series extension and runoff variations in Lanzhou-Sanmenxia reach of Yellow River, China



Proceedings of the United States People' s Re ic of China bilateral symposium on droughts and arid region hydrology September 16-20, 1991, Tucson, Arizona: 267-272



A runoff series was constructed for the Lanzhou-Sanmexia reach of the Yellow River, China, for the years 1919 to 1989 from data on observed runoff, water consumption for irrigation and reservoir storage, and discharge conditions in major hydrometric stations. The series was extended from 1919 to 1749 on the basis of relationships between natural annual runoff, a dryness and wetness index and three groups of tree rung indices in the area.

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