Yunlin Zhang mainly investigates Eutrophication, Hydrology, Water quality, Ecology and Colored dissolved organic matter. His Eutrophication study combines topics in areas such as Macrophyte, Algal bloom and Environmental protection. His study in the fields of Surface runoff under the domain of Hydrology overlaps with other disciplines such as Aquatic plant.
Yunlin Zhang has researched Water quality in several fields, including Secchi disk, Biogeochemical cycle, Microcystis, Aquatic ecosystem and Environmental restoration. His study in Colored dissolved organic matter is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dissolved organic carbon, Attenuation coefficient and Photosynthetically active radiation. His research investigates the connection between Dissolved organic carbon and topics such as Phytoplankton that intersect with problems in Chlorophyll a.
His primary scientific interests are in Eutrophication, Dissolved organic carbon, Hydrology, Colored dissolved organic matter and Environmental chemistry. His Eutrophication research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Phytoplankton, Algal bloom and Water quality. He combines subjects such as Water column and Remote sensing with his study of Water quality.
As part of one scientific family, Yunlin Zhang deals mainly with the area of Dissolved organic carbon, narrowing it down to issues related to the Aquatic ecosystem, and often Secchi disk. His Hydrology research incorporates themes from Macrophyte, Dry season, Particulates and Analytical chemistry. Yunlin Zhang interconnects Organic matter and Algae in the investigation of issues within Environmental chemistry.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Dissolved organic carbon, Environmental chemistry, Eutrophication, Aquatic ecosystem and Colored dissolved organic matter. His study focuses on the intersection of Dissolved organic carbon and fields such as Atmospheric sciences with connections in the field of Chlorophyll and Chlorophyll fluorescence. His Eutrophication research integrates issues from Composition, Sewage, Surface water, Algal bloom and Biogeochemical cycle.
His Aquatic ecosystem study incorporates themes from Abundance, Shallow lake, Vegetation cover, Secchi disk and Underwater. His Colored dissolved organic matter research includes themes of Hydrology, Watershed, Attenuation coefficient, Attenuation and Spatial distribution. His research integrates issues of Thermocline and Dry season in his study of Hydrology.
Aquatic ecosystem, Environmental chemistry, Eutrophication, Dissolved organic carbon and Algal bloom are his primary areas of study. His Environmental chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Species evenness and Permafrost, Thermokarst. His Eutrophication study contributes to a more complete understanding of Nutrient.
His studies deal with areas such as Watershed and Species richness as well as Dissolved organic carbon. His Algal bloom study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Physical geography and Biogeochemical cycle. His research investigates the connection with Macrophyte and areas like Sunshine duration which intersect with concerns in Water quality.
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Environmental issues of Lake Taihu, China
Boqiang Qin;Pengzhu Xu;Qinglong Wu;Liancong Luo.
A Drinking Water Crisis in Lake Taihu, China: Linkage to Climatic Variability and Lake Management
Boqiang Qin;Guangwei Zhu;Guang Gao;Yunlin Zhang.
Environmental Management (2010)
The contribution of phytoplankton degradation to chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) in eutrophic shallow lakes: Field and experimental evidence
Yunlin Zhang;Mark A. van Dijk;Mingliang Liu;Guangwei Zhu.
Water Research (2009)
Lake eutrophication and its ecosystem response
BoQiang Qin;Guang Gao;GuangWei Zhu;YunLin Zhang.
Chinese Science Bulletin (2013)
Characteristics and sources of chromophoric dissolved organic matter in lakes of the Yungui Plateau, China, differing in trophic state and altitude
Yunlin Zhang;Enlou Zhang;Yan Yin;Mark A. van Dijk.
Limnology and Oceanography (2010)
Resolving the variability of CDOM fluorescence to differentiate the sources and fate of DOM in Lake Taihu and its tributaries
Xin Yao;Yunlin Zhang;Guangwei Zhu;Boqiang Qin.
Characterizing chromophoric dissolved organic matter in Lake Tianmuhu and its catchment basin using excitation-emission matrix fluorescence and parallel factor analysis.
Yunlin Zhang;Yan Yin;Longqing Feng;Guangwei Zhu.
Water Research (2011)
Long-term remote monitoring of total suspended matter concentration in Lake Taihu using 250 m MODIS-Aqua data
Kun Shi;Yunlin Zhang;Guangwei Zhu;Xiaohan Liu.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2015)
Global loss of aquatic vegetation in lakes
Yunlin Zhang;Erik Jeppesen;Xiaohan Liu;Boqiang Qin.
Earth-Science Reviews (2017)
Dissolved oxygen stratification and response to thermal structure and long-term climate change in a large and deep subtropical reservoir (Lake Qiandaohu, China).
Yunlin Zhang;Zhixu Wu;Mingliang Liu;Jianbo He.
Water Research (2015)
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