Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science
Volume 126 Issue 7 October 2017 Article ID 0096
By analyzing the multi-year runoff and rainfall data at 15 hydrological stations from 1980 to 2007, as well as monthly runoff data from 1964 to 1984 at the Zipingpu hydrologic station, the relationship between precipitation and runoff has been established and the trend was explored. Based on the catastrophic floods of August 13 and August 18, 2010, characteristics and control factors on the post-seismic floods are summarized. Firstly, the Wenchuan earthquake and rupture zone provides the background for post-seismic floods to develop in the upper Minjiang River, which follows a post-seismic disaster-chain pattern: earthquake collapse to landslide debris flows to floods. Secondly, heavy rainfall controlled by the orographically-enhanced precipitation after the Wenchuan earthquake is the trigger factor for the development of devastating post-seismic floods. Thirdly, the post-seismic floods contain high sediment discharge, cause abrupt and severe damages, and have a large of volume and higher frequency.
Volume 128 Issue 7 October 2019 Article ID 0176 Letter
The sorption of uranium onto mullite influenced by pH, initial adsorbate concentration, sorption dose and reaction duration was probed utilising batch techniques. X-ray powder diffraction was used to characterise mullite. Sorption isotherms, sorption kinetics and thermodynamic characteristics were also investigated. The Freundlich isotherm model could best depict experimental data, suggesting that the sorption mechanism of uranium onto mullite may be multi-layer adsorption. The
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