His primary areas of study are Precipitation, Climatology, Hydrology, Structural basin and Drainage basin. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Global warming and Climate change. The Global warming study combines topics in areas such as Permafrost, Arctic, Physical geography, Water cycle and Atmospheric temperature.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Snow, Wind speed, Meteorology and Trend surface analysis in addition to Climatology. His work deals with themes such as Streamflow and Snowmelt, which intersect with Hydrology. Daqing Yang is involved in the study of Hydrology that focuses on Surface runoff in particular.
Daqing Yang spends much of his time researching Precipitation, Climatology, Snow, Hydrology and Drainage basin. His work carried out in the field of Precipitation brings together such families of science as Spice, Wind speed and Atmospheric sciences. His work is dedicated to discovering how Climatology, Climate change are connected with Monsoon and other disciplines.
His study focuses on the intersection of Snow and fields such as Arctic with connections in the field of Physical geography and Evaporation. In his research, Watershed and Snow cover is intimately related to Structural basin, which falls under the overarching field of Hydrology. His Drainage basin research integrates issues from Warm season, Atmospheric circulation and Tributary.
Arctic, Climatology, Precipitation, Snow and Hydrology are his primary areas of study. His Arctic study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ecosystem, Seasonality and The arctic. His Climatology research includes elements of Remote sensing and Climate change.
His Precipitation study incorporates themes from Ancillary data, Wind speed, Atmospheric sciences and Numerical weather prediction. His Snowmelt and Snow line study, which is part of a larger body of work in Snow, is frequently linked to Elevation, bridging the gap between disciplines. Streamflow and Surface runoff are subfields of Hydrology in which his conducts study.
Daqing Yang mostly deals with Climatology, Snow, Climate change, Arctic and Drainage basin. His Snow study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Remote sensing. Daqing Yang has included themes like Monsoon and Water cycle in his Climate change study.
His Arctic research incorporates themes from Thermohaline circulation, Hydrology, Surface water, Permafrost and Global warming. His research integrates issues of Precipitation, Snow line, Snowmelt and Moderate-resolution imaging spectroradiometer in his study of Drainage basin.
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Recent Third Pole’s Rapid Warming Accompanies Cryospheric Melt and Water Cycle Intensification and Interactions between Monsoon and Environment: Multidisciplinary Approach with Observations, Modeling, and Analysis
Tandong Yao;Yongkang Xue;Deliang Chen;Fahu Chen.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2019)
Siberian Lena River hydrologic regime and recent change
Daqing Yang;Douglas L. Kane;Larry D. Hinzman;Xuebin Zhang.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
Analysis of the Arctic System for Freshwater Cycle Intensification: Observations and Expectations
Michael A. Rawlins;Michael Steele;Marika M. Holland;Jennifer C. Adam.
Journal of Climate (2010)
Accuracy of NWS 8 Standard Nonrecording Precipitation Gauge: Results and Application of WMO Intercomparison
Daqing Yang;Barry E. Goodison;John R. Metcalfe;Valentin S. Golubev.
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology (1998)
Spatial and temporal variability in active layer thickness over the Russian Arctic drainage basin
Tingjun Zhang;Oliver W. Frauenfeld;Mark C. Serreze;Andrew Etringer.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
Changes in Lena River streamflow hydrology: Human impacts versus natural variations
Baisheng Ye;Daqing Yang;Douglas L. Kane.
Water Resources Research (2003)
The Arctic freshwater system: Changes and impacts
Daniel White;Larry Hinzman;Lilian Alessa;John Cassano.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Bias corrections of long‐term (1973–2004) daily precipitation data over the northern regions
Daqing Yang;Douglas Kane;Zhongping Zhang;David Legates.
Geophysical Research Letters (2005)
Progress in permafrost hydrology in the new millennium
Ming-Ko Woo;Douglas L. Kane;Sean K. Carey;Daqing Yang.
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes (2008)
Changes of climate and seasonally frozen ground over the past 30 years in Qinghai–Xizang (Tibetan) Plateau, China
Lin Zhao;Chien-Lu Ping;Daqing Yang;Guodong Cheng.
Global and Planetary Change (2004)
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