Fuqiang Tian mainly investigates Hydrology, Drainage basin, Climatology, Storm and Precipitation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Soil science, Watershed, Climate change and Surface runoff in addition to Drainage basin. His Surface runoff study combines topics in areas such as Soil water, Drainage, Tile drainage, Biogeochemical cycle and Nutrient cycle.
His Climatology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Satellite rainfall, Sensible heat and Mekong river. His research integrates issues of Hydrometeorology, Weather Research and Forecasting Model, Flood myth, Snowmelt and Spatial ecology in his study of Storm. His Precipitation research incorporates elements of Arid, Wind speed, Common spatial pattern and Normalized Difference Vegetation Index.
Hydrology, Drainage basin, Surface runoff, Streamflow and Precipitation are his primary areas of study. All of his Hydrology and Groundwater, Watershed, Drip irrigation, Water resources and Evapotranspiration investigations are sub-components of the entire Hydrology study. His Drainage basin research includes themes of Preferential flow, Water resource management, Potential evaporation and Drainage.
His studies deal with areas such as Infiltration and Soil science, Soil water as well as Surface runoff. Fuqiang Tian works mostly in the field of Streamflow, limiting it down to concerns involving Climatology and, occasionally, Flood myth and Storm. The Precipitation study combines topics in areas such as Physical geography and Forcing.
His main research concerns Hydrology, Water resource management, Drainage basin, Hydrological modelling and Evaporation. The Surface water, Water content and Drip irrigation research he does as part of his general Hydrology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as δ18O and Elevation, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His biological study focuses on Streamflow.
Fuqiang Tian has researched Hydrological modelling in several fields, including Spatial ecology and Impervious surface. His work is dedicated to discovering how Evaporation, Eddy covariance are connected with Pan evaporation and Energy balance and other disciplines. Fuqiang Tian usually deals with Spatial heterogeneity and limits it to topics linked to Surface runoff and Evapotranspiration.
His primary areas of investigation include Riparian zone, Natural resource, Drainage basin, Evaporation and Newspaper. A majority of his Riparian zone research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Irrigation, Water resource management, Water use, Livelihood and Hydropower. He has included themes like Hydrology, Tributary, Surface water, Urbanization and Pollution in his Natural resource study.
His Newspaper investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as News media, Downstream and Water conflict.
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Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective
Günter Blöschl;Marc F.P. Bierkens;Antonio Chambel;Christophe Cudennec.
Ground validation of GPM IMERG and TRMM 3B42V7 rainfall products over southern Tibetan Plateau based on a high‐density rain gauge network
Ran Xu;Fuqiang Tian;Long Yang;Hongchang Hu.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2017)
Sociohydrology : Scientific Challenges in Addressing the Sustainable Development Goals
Giuliano Di Baldassarre;Murugesu Sivapalan;Maria Rusca;Christophe Cudennec.
Socio-hydrologic perspectives of the co-evolution of humans and water in the Tarim River basin, Western China: the Taiji–Tire model
Y. Liu;F. Tian;H. Hu;M. Sivapalan.
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (2014)
Exploring the spatial variability of contributions from climate variation and change in catchment properties to streamflow decrease in a mesoscale basin by three different methods
Yu Sun;Fuqiang Tian;Long Yang;Heping Hu.
Journal of Hydrology (2014)
Urbanization and Climate Change: An Examination of Nonstationarities in Urban Flooding
Long Yang;James A. Smith;Daniel B. Wright;Mary Lynn Baeck.
Journal of Hydrometeorology (2013)
How Does the Evaluation of the GPM IMERG Rainfall Product Depend on Gauge Density and Rainfall Intensity
Fuqiang Tian;Shiyu Hou;Long Yang;Hongchang Hu.
Journal of Hydrometeorology (2017)
Contrasting impacts of urban forms on the future thermal environment: Example of Beijing metropolitan area
Long Yang;Long Yang;Long Yang;Dev Niyogi;Mukul Tewari;Daniel Aliaga.
Environmental Research Letters (2016)
Intercomparisons of Rainfall Estimates from TRMM and GPM Multisatellite Products over the Upper Mekong River Basin
Zhihua He;Long Yang;Fuqiang Tian;Guangheng Ni.
Journal of Hydrometeorology (2017)
Impact of Urbanization on Heavy Convective Precipitation under Strong Large-Scale Forcing: A Case Study over the Milwaukee–Lake Michigan Region
Long Yang;James A. Smith;Mary Lynn Baeck;Elie R. Bou-Zeid.
Journal of Hydrometeorology (2014)
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