His primary scientific interests are in Climatology, Hydrology, Drainage basin, Surface runoff and Climate change. He works mostly in the field of Climatology, limiting it down to topics relating to Climate model and, in certain cases, Seasonality, Downscaling and Water cycle. His work in Hydrology addresses subjects such as Biosphere, which are connected to disciplines such as Runoff model, Mesoscale meteorology and Land cover.
His Surface runoff study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Vegetation and Precipitation. Qiuhong Tang studied Climate change and Water resources that intersect with Hydrology. His Irrigation research integrates issues from Agriculture, Agricultural productivity, Water scarcity, Coupled model intercomparison project and Water supply.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Climate change, Climatology, Hydrology, Precipitation and Drainage basin. As part of the same scientific family, Qiuhong Tang usually focuses on Climate change, concentrating on Water resources and intersecting with Hydrology. His research integrates issues of Common spatial pattern, Meteorology, Climate model and Water cycle in his study of Climatology.
His Precipitation study incorporates themes from Monsoon, Atmospheric sciences and Water content. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Flood myth and Biosphere. His studies deal with areas such as Evapotranspiration and Mean radiant temperature as well as Surface runoff.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Climate change, Climatology, Precipitation, Physical geography and Structural basin. His Climate change research includes elements of Drainage basin, Sustainable development and Water resource management. Drainage basin is a subfield of Hydrology that Qiuhong Tang investigates.
His study explores the link between Sustainable development and topics such as Water supply that cross with problems in Agriculture. Many of his research projects under Climatology are closely connected to Period with Period, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His study in Precipitation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Multi-source, Nonparametric statistics, Atmosphere, Water cycle and Arid.
Qiuhong Tang mainly focuses on Climate change, Climatology, Remote sensing, Calibration and Surface runoff. Climate change and Population growth are two areas of study in which Qiuhong Tang engages in interdisciplinary work. His studies in Climatology integrate themes in fields like Atmosphere, Climate services, Precipitation, Global change and Hydrology.
Qiuhong Tang interconnects Spatial distribution and Forecast skill in the investigation of issues within Precipitation. The concepts of his Remote sensing study are interwoven with issues in Streamflow and Evapotranspiration. His Surface runoff study combines topics in areas such as Glacier, Glacial period, Drainage basin and Water cycle.
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Multimodel assessment of water scarcity under climate change
Jacob Schewe;Jens Heinke;Jens Heinke;Dieter Gerten;Ingjerd Haddeland.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2014)
Constraints and potentials of future irrigation water availability on agricultural production under climate change
Joshua Elliott;Delphine Deryng;Christoph Müller;Katja Frieler.
Cold winter extremes in northern continents linked to Arctic sea ice loss
Qiuhong Tang;Xuejun Zhang;Xuejun Zhang;Xiaohua Yang;Jennifer A Francis.
Environmental Research Letters (2013)
Climate change impacts on meteorological, agricultural and hydrological droughts in China
Guoyong Leng;Qiuhong Tang;Scott Rayburg.
Global and Planetary Change (2015)
Extreme summer weather in northern mid-latitudes linked to a vanishing cryosphere
Qiuhong Tang;Xuejun Zhang;Jennifer A. Francis.
Nature Climate Change (2014)
Multisectoral climate impact hotspots in a warming world
Franziska Piontek;Christoph Müller;Thomas A.M. Pugh;Douglas B. Clark.
Water budget record from variable infiltration capacity (VIC) model
Huilin Gao;Qiuhong Tang;Xiaogang Shi;Chunmei Zhu.
Estimating ground-level PM2.5 concentrations in Beijing using a satellite-based geographically and temporally weighted regression model
Yuanxi Guo;Qiuhong Tang;Dao-Yi Gong;Ziyin Zhang.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2017)
Remote sensing: hydrology.
Qiuhong Tang;Huilin Gao;Hui Lu;Dennis P. Lettenmaier.
Progress in Physical Geography (2009)
Droughts in East Africa: Causes, impacts and resilience
Gebremedhin Gebremeskel Haile;Qiuhong Tang;Siao Sun;Zhongwei Huang.
Earth-Science Reviews (2019)
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