His primary areas of study are Climatology, Dendroclimatology, Climate change, Period and East Asian Monsoon. His research in Climatology intersects with topics in Global warming, Streamflow, Paleoclimatology and Chine. Xiaohua Gou usually deals with Global warming and limits it to topics linked to Global change and Atmospheric temperature and Juniper.
In his work, Picea schrenkiana, Hydrology, Empirical orthogonal functions and Spatial ecology is strongly intertwined with Trend surface analysis, which is a subfield of Chine. His Dendroclimatology study which covers Sea surface temperature that intersects with Oceanic climate, Abies forrestii, Wet season and Teleconnection. In the subject of general Climate change, his work in Climate model is often linked to High activity, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His primary areas of investigation include Climatology, Climate change, Physical geography, Dendroclimatology and Juniper. His work in Climatology tackles topics such as Global warming which are related to areas like Global change. His research in Climate change tackles topics such as Drainage basin which are related to areas like Range.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Natural hazard and Chine in addition to Dendroclimatology. His Chine study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hydrology and Trend surface analysis. In the field of Juniper, his study on Juniperus przewalskii overlaps with subjects such as Correlation analysis and Elevation.
Climate change, Arid, Juniperus przewalskii, Physical geography and Growing season are his primary areas of study. The Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Hydrology, Drainage basin and Basal area. His Arid study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Forest ecology and Forest dynamics.
His Juniperus przewalskii study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Juniper. His studies in Juniper integrate themes in fields like Climatology, Northern Hemisphere, Asian summer monsoon and Indian summer monsoon. His Indian Ocean Dipole and Pacific decadal oscillation investigations are all subjects of Climatology research.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Climate change, Physical geography, Arid, Growing season and Juniper. His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hydrology, Hydrology and Streamflow. His work on Glacier as part of general Physical geography study is frequently linked to Picea schrenkiana, Latitude, Sedimentary rock and δ13C, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Growing season study combines topics in areas such as Global warming, Picea crassifolia and Vegetation, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index. His study in the fields of Juniperus przewalskii under the domain of Juniper overlaps with other disciplines such as Wood production and Spatial distribution. He combines Phenology and Altitude in his studies.
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El Niño modulations over the past seven centuries
Jinbao Li;Jinbao Li;Shang-Ping Xie;Shang-Ping Xie;Shang-Ping Xie;Edward R. Cook;Mariano S. Morales.
Nature Climate Change (2013)
Tree‐ring based drought reconstruction for the central Tien Shan area in northwest China
Jinbao Li;Jinbao Li;Xiaohua Gou;Edward R. Cook;Fahu Chen.
Geophysical Research Letters (2006)
Drought reconstruction for North Central China from tree rings: the value of the Palmer drought severity index
Jinbao Li;Jinbao Li;Fahu Chen;Edward R. Cook;Xiaohua Gou.
International Journal of Climatology (2007)
Rapid tree growth with respect to the last 400 years in response to climate warming, northeastern Tibetan Plateau
Xiaohua Gou;Xiaohua Gou;Fahu Chen;Gordon Jacoby;Edward Cook.
International Journal of Climatology (2007)
Streamflow variations of the Yellow River over the past 593 years in western China reconstructed from tree rings
Xiaohua Gou;Xiaohua Gou;Fahu Chen;Edward Cook;Gordon Jacoby.
Water Resources Research (2007)
Tree ring based streamflow reconstruction for the Upper Yellow River over the past 1234 years
XiaoHua Gou;Yang Deng;FaHu Chen;MeiXue Yang.
Chinese Science Bulletin (2010)
Reconstructed droughts for the southeastern Tibetan Plateau over the past 568 years and its linkages to the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean climate variability
Keyan Fang;Keyan Fang;Xiaohua Gou;Fahu Chen;Jinbao Li.
Climate Dynamics (2010)
Drought variations in the eastern part of northwest China over the past two centuries: Evidence from tree rings
Keyan Fang;Xiaohua Gou;Fahu Chen;Meixue Yang.
Climate Research (2009)
Millennium tree-ring reconstruction of drought variability in the eastern Qilian Mountains, northwest China
Xiaohua Gou;Xiaohua Gou;Yang Deng;Linlin Gao;Fahu Chen.
Climate Dynamics (2015)
Tree-ring based reconstruction of drought variability (1615–2009) in the Kongtong Mountain area, northern China
Keyan Fang;Xiaohua Gou;Fahu Chen;Changzhi Liu.
Global and Planetary Change (2012)
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