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10. Lu XX and Jiang T. Guest Editor. 2013. Larger Asian rivers: Changes in hydro-climate and water environments.Quaternary International 304 (Elsevier).


9. Collins AD, Golosov V. Horowitz AJ., Lu XX, Stone M, Walling D. Zhang XB. 2012. Erosion and Sediment Yields  in the Changing Environment. IAHS Publication 356.


8. Jiang T. and Lu XX. Guest Editors. 2012. Larger Asian rivers: Climate, water discharge, and water and sediment

   quality. Quaternary International 282 (Elsevier).


7. Jiang T. and Lu XX. Guest Editors. 2011. Larger Asian rivers: Climate, hydrology and ecosystems. Quaternary International  244 (Elsevier).

6. Zhou Y, Lu XX, Xu JC, Zhang H and Jiang T. 2011. Climate Change and Its Impacts in Southwest Manson Region. Climate Press (12 Chapters) (in Chinese).


5. Jiang T. and Lu XX. Guest Editors. 2010. Larger Asian rivers: Climate change and hazards. Quaternary

    International 226  (Elsevier).


4. Lu XX and Snidvongs A. 2009. Section V Alterations of hydrology and regional hydrological cycles (6 chapters) In Louis Lebel, Anond Snidvongs, Chen-Tung Arthur Chen and Rajesh Daniel (eds.). Critical States: Environmental Challenges to Development in Monsoon Southeast Asia. SIRD.


3. Lu XX and Jiang T. Guest Editors. 2009. Larger Asian rivers: Climate change, river flow and sediment. Quaternary International 208, p168 (Elsevier).

2. Lu XX and Chen XQ. Guest Editors. 2008. Larger Asian rivers and their interactions with estuaries and  coasts.Quaternary International 186, p172 (Elsevier).

1. Lu XX, Wong PP and Chou LM. 2005. Singapore's Biophysical Environment. McGraw-Hill Education



Short communications and editorials


15. Jiang T, Fisher T and Lu XX. 2013. Larger Asian rivers: Larger Asian rivers: Changes in hydro-climate and water environments.Quaternary International 304, 1-4.


14. Jiang T, Fisher T and Lu XX. 2012. Larger Asian rivers: Climate, Water discharge, Water and Sediment quality.Quaternary International 282, 1-4.


13. Li SY and Lu XX. 2012. Uncertainties of carbon emission from hydroelectric reservoirs. Natural Hazards 62(3), 1343-1345.


12. Ran LS, Lu XX and Yang XK. 2012. Mindset change needed for China’s water crisis. AMBIO 41(2), 216-218.


11. Jiang T, Fisher T and Lu XX. 2011. Larger Asian rivers: Climate, Hydrology and Eco-hydrology. Quaternary International 244, 127-129.


10. Lu XX, Yang XK and Li SY. 2011. Dam not sole cause of Chinese drought. Nature. July 2011



9. Ran Lishan Lu XX. 2011. Cooperation is key to Asian hydropower. Nature. June 2011 (Correspondence)


8. Li Siyue and Lu XX. 2011. Carbon emission from reservoirs will double within 40 years. Science (E-Letter)

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7. Huang YL, Lu XX and Ran LS. 2011. Water engineering is not the panacea for water crisis of China. Soil and

      Water  Conservation 66 (4), 130A-130A.


6. Emlyn Hagen and XX Lu. 2011. Let Us Create Flood Hazard Maps for Developing Countries. Natural

      Hazards DOI: 10.1007/s11069-011-9750-7.


5. Lu XX and Ran Lishan. 2011. China flood havoc highlights poor urban planning", Natural Hazards



4. Jiang T, Thomas Fischer, Xixi Lu, 2010. Larger Asian Rivers: Climate Change, River Flow, and Watershed Management, Quaternary International  226 (1-2): 1-3.


3. Lu XX, Zhang SR and Xu JC. 2010. Climate change and sediment flux from the roof of the world. Earth

     Surface Processes and Landforms 35, 732-735.


2. Lu XX and Jiang T. 2009. Large Asian rivers: Climate change, river flow and sediment. Quaternary International, 208, 1-3.


1. Lu XX and Chen X.Q. 2008. Larger Asian rivers and their interactions with estuaries and coasts. Quaternary

    International, 186, 1-3.



International Refereed Journal Articles


105. LS Ran, XX Lu, HG Sun, JT Han, RH Yu. 2015. Chemical denudation in the Yellow River and its    

        geomorphological implications. Geomorphology 231, 83-93.


104. Alan D. Ziegler, Shawn G. Benner, Chatchai Tantasirin, Spencer H. Wood, Ross A. Sutherland, Roy C. Sidle, Nicholas Jachowski, Mike A. Nullet, Lu XX, Anond Snidvongs, Thomas W. Giambelluca, Jefferson M. Fox. 2014. Turbidity-based sediment monitoring in northern Thailand: Hysteresis, variability, and uncertainty. Journal of Hydrology 73, 146–153.


103, HJ Han, XX Lu, DF Burger, UM Joshi, L Zhang. 2014. Nitrogen dynamics at the sediment-water interface in a tropical reservoir. Ecological Engineering  73, 146–153.


102. Lu XX, Kummu M. and C. OURENG. 2014. Reappraisal of sediment dynamics in the Lower Mekong River, Cambodia. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39 (14), 1855-186.


101. H Niu, Y He, XX Lu, Z Dong, G Zhao, T Zhang, J Du. 2014. Characteristics of modern atmospheric dust       

       deposition in snow in the Mt. Yulong region, southeastern Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 94,



100. Yang XK and Lu XX. 2014. Drastic change in China's lakes and reservoirs over the past decades. Scientific    

          reports 4, Article number:6041, doi:10.1038/srep06041.


99. XK Yang, XX Lu. 2014. Cumulative sediment trapping in large Asian river basins: an example of the Yangtze    

          River basin. Geomorphology 227, 49–59.


98. Xing Ma, Yandong He, Jianchu Xu, Meine van Noordwijk, Xixi Lu. 2014. Spatial and temporal variation in rainfall erosivity in a Himalayan watershed. Catena 121, 248-259.


97. X Ma, XX Lu, M van Noordwijk, JT Li, JC Xu. 2014. Attribution of climate change, vegetation restoration, and    

      engineering measures to the reduction of suspended sediment in the Kejie catchment, southwest China.

      Hydrologyand Earth System Sciences 18 (5), 1979-1994.


96. H Niu, Y He, XX Lu, J Shen, J Du, T Zhang, T Pu, H Xin, L Chang. 2014. Chemical composition of rainwater in the Yulong Snow Mountain region, South western China. Atmospheric Research 144, 195-206.


95. *Ran LS, Lu XX, Xin ZB. 2014. Erosion-induced massive organic carbon burial and carbon emission in the Yellow River basin, China. Biogeosciences  11, 945-959.


94. Lu XX, Li SY, Kummu M and Rita et al. 2014. Observed hydrological change in the lower Mekong River: An example of Chiang Saen. Quaternary International 336, 26 June 2014, Pages 145–157.


93. Dai SB and Lu XX. 2014. Sediment loads of the Yangtze River: Review. Geomorphology 215, 60–73.


92. Gao WH, Gao S, Li ZQ, Lu XX and Zhang MJ. 2014. Suspended sediment and total dissolved solid yield patterns at the headwaters of Urumqi River, north-western China: a comparison between glacial and non-glacial catchments. Hydrological Processes 28 (19), 5034-5047.


91. Li SY, Lu XX and RT Bush. 2014.  Chemical and physical weathering of the Mekong River basin. Science of

      the Total Environment 472, 162-177.


90. X Lai, J Jiang, G Yang, XX Lu. 2014.  Should the Three Gorges Dam be blamed for the extremely low  

    water levels in the middle–lower Yangtze River? Hydrological Processes, 28, 150-160.


89. Lou, J.Y., C.T.A. Chen; H.K. Lui, K. Selvaraj, S. R. Zhang, X.X. Lu. 2014. Comparison of subtropical  

       surface water chemistry between the large Pearl River in China and small mountainous rivers in 

       Taiwan. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 79, 182-190.


88. *Yang XK and Lu XX. 2013. Ten years of the Three Gorges Dam: A call for policy overhaul. Environment 

      Research Letter 8 (4), 041006.


87. Li SY, Lu XX. and RT Bush. 2013. CO2 partial pressure and CO2 emission in the Lower Mekong River. Journal of Hydrology 504, 40-56.


86. H Niu, Y He, G Zhu, H Xin, J Du, T Pu, XX Lu, G Zhao. 2013. Environmental implications of the latest snow chemistry from Mt Yulong, Southeastern Himalayas. Quaternary International 313/314, 168-178.


85. *LS Ran, XX Lu, H Sun, J Han, R Li, J Zhang. 2013. Spatial and seasonal variability of organic carbon transport in the Yellow River, China. Journal of Hydrology 498: 76-88.


84. JM Kovacs, XX Lu, F Flores-Verdugo, C Zhang, F Flores de Santiago, X Jiao. 2013. Applications of ALOS    

       PALSAR for monitoring biophysical parameters of a degraded black mangrove Avicennia germinans forest.  

       ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 82, 102-111.


83.  *Yang XK and Lu XX. 2013. Remote sensing mapping of reservoirs and lakes: An example of the Yangtze

       River  basin Geomorphology 190: 92-102.


82. *Ran LS, Lu XX and Xu JC. 2013.Vegetation recovery impact on soil erosion and sediment yields: A review.Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 43(13): 1384-1415.


81. XX Lu, LS Ran, S Liu, T Jiang, SR Zhang, JJ Wang. 2013. Sediment loads response to climate change: A preliminary study of eight large Chinese rivers. International Journal of Sediment Research 28 (1), 1-14.


80. *Ran LS and Lu XX. 2013.Redress China's strategy in water resources exploitation. Environmental Management51(3): 503-510.


79. *Ran LS, Lu XX, Xin ZB and Yang XK. 2013. Cumulative sediment trapping in a large river basin: Yellow River basin. Global and Planetary Change 100, 308-319.


78. *Jian-Jun Wang, Xi-Xi Lu, Yue Zhou & Soo-Chin Liew. 2013. Suspended sediment concentrations estimate in highly turbid rivers: a field spectral survey. Remote Sensing Letters 4 (4), 409-417.


77. Huang YL, Lu XX and Chen K. 2013. Wet Atmospheric Deposition of Nitrogen: 20 Years Measurement in

      Shenzhen   City, China. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 185, 113-122.


76. Huang YL, Chen LD,  Fu BJ, Huang ZL, Gong J. and Lu XX, 2012. Effect of Land Use and Topography on

      Spatial Variability of Soil Moisture in a Gully Catchment of the Loess Plateau, China. Ecohydrology  5(6), 826-



75. K Fu, B Su, D He, X X. Lu, J Song, J Huang. 2012.  Pollution assessment of heavy metals along the Mekong River and dam effects . Journal of Geographical Sciences 22 (5), 874-884.


74. Li SY, Lu XX, He M, Zhou Y, Li L and Ziegler A. 2012. Daily carbon emission from the Upper Yangtze River: An example of Longchuanjiang. Journal of Hydrology 466-467, 141-150.


73. P Sun, Q Zhang, Lu XX, Y Bai. 2012. Changing properties of low flow of the Tarim River basin: possible causes and implications. Quaternary International 282, 78-86.


72. Huang YL, Zhu WB, Le MH and  Lu XX. 2012. Temporal and Spatial Variation of Heavy Metals in Sediment of a Rapid Urbanization Area: Shenzhen River, Pearl River Delta, Quaternary International 282, 145-151.


71. Xin ZB, Ran LS and LU XX. 2012. Soil erosion and sediment yield changes in the Yellow River basin: Policy perspectives. International Journal of Water Resource Development 28(2), 325-341.


70. A. Hooijer, S. Page, J. Jauhiainen, W. A. Lee, X. X. Lu, A. Idris, and G. Anshari. 2012. Subsidence and carbon loss in drained tropical peatlands. Biogeoscience  9, 1053–1071.


69. XX Lu, Siyue Li, Min He, Yue Zhou et sl. 2012. Organic carbon fluxes from the upper Yangtze River basin: An example of the Longchuanjiang, China.  Hydrological Processes  26 (11), 1604-1616.  


68. Zhang Q, Chong-Yu Xu, Xiaohong Chen, Xixi Lu, 2012. Abrupt changes in the discharge and sediment load of

       the Pearl River, China. Hydrological Processes 26(10), 1495-1508.


67. *Ran LS and Lu XX. 2012. Delineation of reservoirs using remote sensing and their storage estimate: an example of the Yellow River Basin, China. Hydrological Processes 26(8), 1215-1229.


66. *Ran LS, Suiji Wang, XX Lu. 2012. Hydraulic geometry change of a large river: A case study of the upper Yellow River. Environmental Earth Sciences 66 (4), 1247-1257.


65. XX Lu, Siyue Li, Min He, Yue Zhou, Rongta Bei, Alan D. Ziegler. 2011. Seasonal changes of nutrients in the Upper Changjiang basin: An example of the Longchuanjiang River, China.  Journal of Hydrology 405 (3-4), 344-351.  


64. Siyue Li, XX Lu, Min He, Yue Zhou, Rongta Bei, Li Li, Alan D. Ziegler.2011.   

      Major element chemistry in the Upper Yangtze River: A case study of the Longchuanjiang River.  



63. *Zhang SR, Lu XX, Sun HG and Han JT. 2011. Modelling catchment controls on organic carbon fluxes in a meso-scale mountainous river (Loudingjiang), China. Quaternary International 244, 296-303.

62. Chen YQ, Zhang Q, Xu CY and Lu XX. 2011. Precipitation variability (1956-2002) in the Dongjiang River (Zhujiang River basin, China) and associated large-scale circulation. Quaternary International 244, 130-137.


61. Xin ZB, Yu XX, Lu XX. 2011.. The factors controlling sediment yield in China’s Loess Plateau. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. DOI: 10.1002/esp.2109.


60. Xin ZB, Yu XX, Li QY and  Lu XX. 2011. Spatiotemporal variation in rainfall erosivity on the Chinese Loess Plateau during the period 1956–2008. Regional Environmental Change. DOI: 10.1007/s10113-010-0127-3.

59. *Wang JJ, Lu XX and Kummu M, 2011. Sediment loads estimate in the lower Mekong River. River Research and Applications , DOI: 10.1002/rra.1337.


58. Dai SB and Lu XX. 2010. Sediment deposition and erosion during the extreme flood events in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL 226 (1-2): 4-11.


57. *Sun HG, Han JT, Lu XX and Zhang SR. 2010. An assessment of the riverine carbon flux of the Xijiang River during the past 50 years QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL 226 (1-2): 38-43.


56. Chen YQD, Zhang Q, Xu CY, Lu XX, Shurong Zhang. 2010. Multiscale streamflow variations of the Pearl River basin and possible implications for the water resource management within the Pearl River Delta, China. Quaternary International 226 (1-2): 44-53.  


55. *Hagen E, J.F. Shroder Jr., X.X. Lu, John F. Teufert. 2010. Reverse Engineered Flood Hazard

     Mapping: A parsimonious flood map model for developing countries. Quaternary Intl.  226 (1-2): 82-91.


54. *Sun HG, Han JT, Li D, Zhang SR, Lu XX. 2010. Chemical weathering inferred from riverine water chemistry in the lower Xijiang basin, South China. Science of the Total Environment 408 (20): 4749-4760.   


53. Kummu M, Lu X.X., Wang J.J. and Varis O. 2010. Sediment trapping efficiency  of emerging reservoirs in

      the Mekong Basin. Geomorphology 119, 181-197. 


52. Liang Y, D Li,  XX Lu, X Yang, X Pan, H Mu, D Shi. 2010.  Soil erosion changes over the past five decades      

      in the red soil region of Southern China. Journal of  Mountain Science 4, 92-99.


51. *Wang JJ, Lu XX, Liew SC and Zhou Y. 2010. Remote sensing of suspended sediment concentration using MODIS: An example of the lower and middle Yangtze. International Journal of Remote Sensing 31, 1103-1111.


50. *Wang JJ and Lu XX. 2010. Estimation of suspended sediment concentrations using Terra MODIS: An example from the Lower Yangtze River, China. Science of the Total Environment 408 (5), 1131-1138.


49. Wang DD, Shi, X.Z., Lu, XX, Wang, H.J., Yu, D.S., Sun, W.X., Zhao, Y.C. 2010. Response of  soil organic carbon spatial variability to expansion of scale in the uplands of Northeast China. Geoderma, 154, 302-310.


48. LIN JS, SHI XZ, Lu XX, YU DS, WANG HJ, ZHAO YC and SUN WX. 2009. Phosphorus Storage and its  

      spatial variation in paddy soils of China. Pedosphere 16 (9): 790-798.


47. *Sanyal J and Lu XX. 2009. Optimum location for flood shelter: A GIS approach . Journal of Flood Risk Management, 2, 262-271.

46. Chu, Z. X., S. K. Zhai, X. X. Lu, J. P. Liu, J. X. Xu, and K. H. Xu (2009), A quantitative assessment of human        impacts on decrease in sediment flux from major Chinese rivers entering the western Pacific Ocean, Geophys. Res. Lett., doi:10.1029/2009GL039513.

45. *Wang JJ, Lu XX, Liew SC and Zhou Y. 2009. Remote sensing of suspended sediment concentration in highly turbid rivers: An example of the upper Yangtze River. Earth Surface Processes & Landform, 34, 1082-1092.


44. *Zhang SR, Lu XX, Sun HG, Han JT and Higgitt DL. 2009. Major ion chemistry and dissolved inorganic carbon   

      cycling in a human-disturbed mountainous river (the Luodingjiang River) of the Zhujiang (Pearl River), China.

      Science of The Total Environment, 407, 2796-2807.


43. *Zhang SR and Lu XX. 2009. Hydrological responses to precipitation variation and diverse human activities in a

     mountainous tributary of the lower Xijiang, China. Catena 77 (2009) 130-142.


42. *Zhang SR, Lu XX, Sun HG, Han JT and Higgitt DL. 2009. Organic carbon flux from a mountainous river in the Pearl river basin. Science of The Total Environment, 407(2), 815-825.


41. Reuben Clements, Peter K. L. Ng, Lu XX, Menno Schilthuizen and Corey J. A. Bradshaw.

      2008. Correlates of endemism and biogeography of terrestrial molluscs on tropical limestone karsts. Biological  

      Conservation, 141, 2751-2764.


40. Yong Zhang, Yongcun Zhao, Xuezheng Shi, X. X. Lu, Dongsheng Yu, Hongjie Wang, Weixia Sun, Jeremy

      Landon Darilek. 2008. Variation of soil organic carbon estimates in mountain regions: A case study of Southwest

      China. Geoderma, 146, 449-456.


39. Dai SB, Lu XX,  Yang SL and Cai AM. 2008. Impact of human activities and natural processes on the river sediment discharge into the sea: An integrated study on the Yangtze River, China. Quaternary International, 186, 43-54.


38. *Sun HG, Han JT, Lu XX and Zhang SR. 2008. Modeling the relations between riverin DIC and environmental

      factors in the Xijiang of the Pearl River. Quaternary International, 186, 65-78.


37. Chen CTA, Liu H.K., Lu XX, Zhang SR, Wang SL, Tseng HC and Wang BJ. 2008. Hydrogeochemistry of the Pearl River and estuary and beyond. Quaternary International, 186, 79-90.


36. Fu KD, He DM and Lu XX. 2008. Sedimentation in the Manwan Reservoir in the Upper Mekong and its downstream impacts. Quaternary International, 186, 91-99.


35. Kummu M, Lu XX, Pasphone A., Sarkkula, J. and Koponen J. 2008. The riverbank changes of the Mekong River: Remote sensing in Vietnam-Nong Khai area. Quaternary International, 186, 100-112.


34. Bird MI, Robinson RAJ, Nay Win Oo, Maung Maung Aye, Lu XX, Higgitt DL, U Aung Swe and A T.

     Tun, S. Lhaing Win, K. Sandar Aye, K. Mi Mi Win. 2008. Preliminary estimate of organic carbon   

     transport by the Ayerawady (Irrawaddy) and Thanlwin (Salween) Rivers of Myanmar. Quaternary 

     International, 186, 113-122.


33. *Zhu YM, Lu XX and Zhou Y. 2008. Sediment discharge sensitivities to climate change: an example of Longchuangjiang of the Upper Yangtze River. Global and Planetary Changes 60, 429-442.


32. *Zhang SR, Lu XX, Higgitt DL, Chen ACT, Han JT and Sun HG. 2008. Suspended sediment discharge changes to the South China Sea from the Pearl River basin. Global and Planetary Changes, doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2007.04.003.


31. *Ding WR, Zhou Y. and Lu XX. 2007. Wavelet analysis of suspend sediment concentration: A case study of Panglong basin of the upper Red River (Honghe River), China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 52  Supplement 2, 172-179. 


30. *Wang JJ, Lu XX and Zhou Y. 2007. Retrieval of suspended sediment concentrations in the turbid water of the Upper Yangtze River using Landsat ETM+. Chinese Science Bulletin, 52 Supplement 2, 273-280.


29. Lu XX, Zhang SR, Xie SP and Ma KP. 2007. Rapid channel incision of the Pearl River (China) since the 1990s.

      Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 11, 1897-1906.


28. Robinson RAJ, Bird MI, Nay Win Oo, Hoey TB, Maung Maung Aye, Higgitt DL, Lu XX, U Aung Swe and U Tin Tun. 2007. The Ayeyarwady River Sediment Flux to the Indian Ocean: the 19th Century Data Revisited” TheJournal of Geology, 115, 629-640.

27. *Huang JN, Lu XX and Sellers JM. 2007. Urban form in the developed and developing worlds: an analysis using spatial metrics and remote sensing. Landscape and Urban Planning  (2007), doi, 10.1016/j.landurbbplan.2007.02.010.   

26. *Zhang SR, Lu XX, D. L. Higgitt, Chen CTA, Huiguo Sun and Jingtai Han. 2007.Water chemistry of the Zhujiang (Pearl River): Natural processes and anthropogenic influences. Journal of Geophysical Research--Earth Surface,112, 1-17.


25. *Sun H.G., Han J.T., Zhang S.R. and Lu XX. 2007. The impacts of “05.6” extreme flood event on riverine carbon fluxes in Xijiang River. Chinese Science Bulletin, 52 (6), 805-812.


24. *Li LQ, Lu XX and Chen ZY. 2007. River channel changes in the Middle Yangtze river over the last 50 years.Geomorphology, 85, 185-196.

23. *Zhu YM, Lu XX and Zhou Y. 2007. ANN of sediment discharge: An example of the Longchuanjiang of the Upper Yangtze River, China. Geomorphology, 84, 111-125.

22. *Zhu YM, Lu XX, Zhou Y and Liong SY. 2006.Runoff sensitivity to climate change of the gorgeous areas in Southwest China: An example of the Longchuanjiang  Chinese Science Bulletin, 51, Supp. 88-96.

21. *Sanyal J. and Lu XX. 2006. GIS based flood hazards mapping in West Bengal, India. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 27, 207-220.

20. Lu XX and Siew RY. 2006. Water discharge and sediment flux changes in the Lower Mekong River:

     possible impacts of Chinese dams.  Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 10, 181-195.

19. *Sanyal J, Lu XX. 2005.Remote sensing and GIS-based flood vulnerability assessment of human settlements: a case study of Gangetic West Bangle, India. Hydrological Processes, 19(18), 3699-3716.

18. Lu XX. 2005. Spatial variability and temporal  change of water discharge and sediment flux in the lower Jinsha tributary: impact of environmental changes. River Research and Applications, 21, 229-243.

17. Zhou Y., Lu X.X., Huang Y and Zhu Y.M. 2004. Recent changes in water discharge and sediment yield in the Upper Yangtze: an example of Longchuangjiang. Journal of Mountain Sciences, 1(3), 239-249 [tier 4]

16. Lu, X.X. 2004. Vulnerability of water discharge of  large Chinese rivers to environmental changes: an overview.Regional Environmental Changes, 4, 182-191 [tier 4]


15. *Sanyal J. and Lu X.X. 2004. Application remote sensing and GIS in flood management in monsoon Asia: a reviewNatural Hazards, 33, 283-301 [tier 4]


14. R.C. Sidle, D. Taylor, X.X. Lu, W.P. deLange, W.N. Adger, .M. Newnham, D.J. Lowe, J.R. Dodson, 2004. Interactions of   natural hazards and society in Austral-Asia: evidence in historical and recent records, Quaternary International, 118-119, 181-203 [tier 3]


13. Lu, X.X., Ashmore, P. and Wang, J. 2003, Sediment yield mapping in large river basins:  the Upper Yangtze, China.Environmental Modelling and Software, 18(4),  339-353. [NA]


12. Lu, X.X., Ashmore, P.  and  Wang, J. 2003, Seasonal water discharge and sediment load changes in the Upper Yangtze, China. Mountain Research and Development, 23(1): 56-64. [tier 4]


11. Xiang, L., Lu, X.X., Higgitt, D.L. and Wang, S.M., 2002, Sedimentation in the middle and lower Yangtze basin, inferred from 137Cs and 210Pb  measurement. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 21 (1), 77-86. [tier 3]


10. Higgitt, D.L and Lu, X.X., 2001, Sediment delivery to the Three Gorges Reservoir 1: catchment response.Geomorphology, 41, 143-156. [tier 1]


9. Lu, X.X. and Higgitt, D.L., 2001, Sediment delivery to the Three Gorges Reservoir 2: local response. Geomorphology,41, 157-169. [tier 1]


8. Lu, X.X., Wang, J.F. and Higgitt, D.L., 2000,  NDVI and its relationships with hydrological regimes in the Upper Yangtze. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 26(5), 418-427. [tier 4]


7. Lu, X.X. and Higgitt, D.L., 2000, Estimating erosion rates on sloping agricultural land in the Yangtze Three Gorges, from caesium-137 measurements. Catena,  39, 33-51. [tier 2]


6. Lu, X.X. and Higgitt, D.L., 1999, Sediment yields variability in the Upper Yangtze. Earth Surface Processes & Landforms, 24(11), 1077-1093. [tier 1]


5. Higgitt, D.L. and Lu, X.X., 1999, Challenges in relating land use to sediment yield in the Upper Yangtze.Hydrobiologia, 410, 269-277. [tier 4]


4. Lu, X.X. and Higgitt, D.L., 1998, Recent changes of sediment yield in the Upper Yangtze, China. Environmental Management, 22 (5), 697-709. [tier 3]


3. Biot, Y. and Lu, X.X., 1995, Loss of  yield caused by soil erosion on sandy soils in the UK. Soil Use and  Management, 11(4), 157-162. [tier 2]


2. Lu, X.X. and Biot, Y., 1994, Effect of soil erosion on Spring Barley growth in East Anglia, England: preliminary results. Pedosphere, 4 (1), 59-66. [tier 4]


1. Shi, D.M., Yang, Y.S. and Lu, X.X., 1992, Analysis of soil erosion characteristics and sediment sources for the Yangtze Three Gorges region. International Journal of Sediment Research, 7(2), 1-22. [tier 4]


Book Chapters (peer-refereed only)


24. Lu XX, Yang XK. And Ran LS. 2012. Delineation of China's reservoirs and lakes using remote sensing techniques.  Erosion and Sediment Yields in the Changing Environment, 451


23. XX LU, JJ WANG, LIU CHENG. 2012. MODIS-based remote sensing of suspended sediment concentrations of the Middle and Lower Yangtze River, China. IAHS-AISH publication, 356-363


22. *YANG XK, XX LU. 2012. Model of water regulation in the Yangtze River Basin and its effects using remote sensing techniques. IAHS-AISH publication, 235-243.


21. *L RAN, X LU. 2012.  Estimating sediment trapping efficiency from Landsat images: a case study of the Yellow River basin. IAHS-AISH publication, 259-266


20. AD ZIEGLER, Lu XX, C TANTASARIN. 2011. Sediment load monitoring in the Mae Sa catchment in northern     

     Thailand. IAHS-AISH publication, 86-9119.

19. Lu XX, SR ZHANG, JC XU, J MERZ. 2011. The changing sediment loads of the Hindu Kush-  

     Himalayan rivers: an overview. IAHS-AISH publication, 21-36.


18. LU XIXI, ZHANG SHURONG, JIANG TONG & XIONG MING. 2010. Sediment loads in the lower Jinshajiang of the Yangtze River: current status and potential impacts of the cascade dams. Sediment Dynamics for a Changing Future (Proceedings of the ICCE symposium held at Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW, Poland, 14–18 June 2010). IAHS Publ. 337,113-120.


17. Wang JJ and Lu XX. 2009. Hydrology and water resource as influenced by land use and land cover change. In Lebel, Snidvongs, Chen and Daniel (eds.), Critical States: Environmental Challenges to Development in Monsoon Southeast Asia. 239-253. SIRD.


16. Lu XX and D.L. Higgitt. 2009. Soil erosion, landslides and sediment yields. In Lebel, Snidvongs, Chen and Daniel (eds.), Critical States: Environmental Challenges to Development in Monsoon Southeast Asia. 253-267. SIRD.


15. Wang J.J. & Lu XX. 2008. Influence of the changing environment on sediment loads of the Lower Mekong River. Sediment Dynamics in Changing Environments (Proceedings of a symposium held in Christchurch, New Zealand,  December 2008). IAHS Publ. 325, 2008, 612-615.


14. Zhang SR & Lu XX. 2008. Chemical and physical weathering in a mountainous tributary of the  Zhujiang (Pearl 

      River), China. Sediment Dynamics in Changing Environments (Proceedings of a symposium held in  Christchurch,  New Zealand, December 2008). IAHS Publ. 325, 2008, 359-366.


13. Lu XX, Wang JJ. and Carl Grunddy-Warr. 2008. Are lower water levels in dry season to be blamed for Chinese dams? In Kummu M. Marko Keskinen and Veries O. (eds.) The Myths of Mekong River.  


12. Zhang  S. R., and X. X. Lu. 2007. Long-term water and sediment change detection in a small mountainous

     tributary of the lower Pearl River, China. In: Namsik Park et al. (Eds) Advances in Geosciences, Vol. 6:

     Hydrological Science, pp.97-108.


11. Zhu, Y.M., Lu, X.X., Zhou, Y., 2006. Modelling sediment discharge with Artificial Neural Network: an example of the Longchuan River in the Upper Yangtze. In Ip, W.H., Park, N. (Eds), Advances in Geosciences, Volume 4: Hydrological Science. World Scientific Publishing, New Jersey, 117-122.


10. Lu, X.X. and Higgitt, D.L. 2006. Sediment load. Encyclopedia of Water Science. Marcel Dekker, Inc. 270 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016. 10.1081/E-EWS-120038077.


9. Lu X.X. 2006. Trans-boundary environmental issues of the Mekong River--cooperation or conflicts between China and the riparian ASEAN countries. Symposium on China's Relations with ASEAN: New Dimensions. 3-4 December 2004, Singapore.


8. Lu X.X., Y.M. ZHU, Y. ZHOU. 2005. Anthropogenic impacts on the sediment discharge in the dry-hot valleys of Southwest China—an example of Longchuanjiang, pp.197-204. In: R. J. Batalla and C. Garcia (eds.) River and Catchment Dynamics. IAHS Publ. 299.


7. Higgitt, D.L., Lu X.X. and Pu, L.J., 2000, Soil erosion assessment using 137Cs: Examples from contrasting environments in southern China. In: Foster, I.D.L. (ed.) Tracers in Geomorphology. Wiley, Chichester, 165-182.


6. Higgitt, D.L and Lu X.X., 2000, Determining variations in sediment yields in large river basins: an example of the Upper Yangtze. In: Stone, M. (ed.) The role of erosion and sediment transport in nutrient and contaminant transfer. IAHS Publ. No. 263.


5. Lu X.X. and Higgitt, D.L., 1998, Sediment yield mapping using GIS in the Upper Yangtze, pp.40-50, in Z.H. Chao (ed.)Soil, Human and Environment Interactions, China Science & Technology Press.


4. Higgitt, D.L and Lu X.X.,1996, Patterns of sediment yield in the Upper Yangtze Basin, China, pp.205-214, in D.E. Walling and B.W. Webb (eds.) Erosion and Sediment Yield: Global and Regional Perspectives. IAHS Publ. no. 236, 1996. 9.


3. Biot, Y. and Lu X.X., 1993, Assessing the severity of the problem and the urgency for action, pp.165-191, in E.Baum et al (eds.) Acceptance of soil and water conservation strategies and technologies, Topics in  applied resource management in the tropics. The German Institute for Tropical and  Subtropical Agriculture (DITSL), Witzenhausen, Germany.


2. Biot, Y. and Lu X.X., 1993, Introducing the soil-life and production half-life concepts to assess the importance of soil quality deterioration, pp.59-62, in Eijsackers, H.J., Hammers.T. (eds.) Integrated soil and sediment research: a basis for proper protection, Vol.1, Ch.158.


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Conference Proceedings


13. Kovacs, J.M. and Lu X.X. (2007). Assessing forest change associated with sediment modifications for

      large tropical estuaries using ALOS PALSAR data. Proc. 1st Joint PI Symposium of ALOS Data Nodes

     for ALOS Science Program, Japan Aerospace & Exploration Agency: CD -4 pgs.


 12. Higgitt, DL and Lu XX. 2004. Investigating sediment delivery in large river basins, pp.134-141. In Proceedings of the 2nd APHW Conference, Vol. 2. 5-8 July 2004, Singapore.


11. Higgitt DL and Lu XX. 2004. Investigating sediment and carbon delivery from large Asian rivers, pp. 185-187. In RC Sidle, M Tani, N Abdul Rahim and T Tewodros Ayele (eds.) Forests and Water in Warm Humid Asia, Proceedings of an IUFRO Forest Hydrology Workshop, 10-12 July 2004.


10. LIEW SC, LU XX, CHEN P and ZHOU Y. 2003. Remote sensing estimation of suspended sediment concentrations in highly turbid inland river waters: An example from the lower Jinsha tributary, Yunnan, China. In Proc. 30th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, November 10-14, 2003, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

9. Sanyal J and X.X. Lu. 2003. Application of GIS in flood hazard mapping: a case study of Gangetic West Bengal, India,Proceedings of Map Asia 2003, Kuala Lumper, Malaysia (


8. CHEN, P., X.X. LU, S. C. LIEW, and L. K. KWOH, 2002, Quantification of Land Cover Change and its Impact on Hydro-geomorphic Processes in the Upper Yangtze Using Multi-temporal Landsat Imagery: an example of the Minjiang Area, Proc. IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 2002, vol. 2, pp. 1216-1218.


7. Lu, X.X. and Higgitt, D.L., 1999, A sediment budget for a small catchment in the Three Gorges area, pp.96-109, in Z.Y. Chen (ed.) Proceedings of IAG Large River Conference, 1999, Shanghai, China.


6. Higgitt, D.L. and Lu, X.X., 1999, Sediment delivery from the Upper Yangtze Catchment, pp.47-64, in Z.Y. Chen (ed.)Proceedings of IAG Large River Conference, 1999, Shanghai, China.


5. Lu, X.X. and Wang, J.F., 1999, A GIS-based sediment assessment and management system for the Three Gorges Reservoir area, pp.254-263, in Li, B., et al. (eds.) Geoinformatics and Socioinformatics (The Proceedings of Geoinfomatics’99 Conference, 19-21 June 1999, Ann Arbor, USA).


4. Lu, X.X. and Wang, J.F., 1999, Catchment scale remotely sensed NDVI and its hydrological responses: a case study in the Upper Yangtze, pp.399-406, in Proceedings of the Fourth International Airborne Remote Sensing Conference and Exhibition/21st Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, Volume II, 21-24 June 1999, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.


3. Lu, X.X., Donoghhue, D.N.M. and Higgitt, D.L., 1997, The relationship between NDVI and sediment transport: a case study in the Upper Yangtze, China, pp.310-315, in G. Griffiths and D. Pearson (eds.)  Observations & Interactions(The Proceedings of 23rd Annual Conference and Exhibition of the Remote Sensing Society, 2-4 September, Reading, UK.


2. Lu, X.X., 1995, Soil erosion and its control on steep arable land in the Three Gorges area of the Yangtze River, China, pp.97-101, in Stuart et al (eds.) Selected papers from the 17th BGRG Postgraduate Symposium. School of Geography, University of Leeds.


1. Lu, X.X. and Shi, D.M., 1992, Study on characteristics of sediment eroded from red soil, pp.152-154, in Gong, Z.T. (ed.) Proceedings of International symposium on Management and Development of Red Soils in Asia and Pacific Region. Science Press, Beijing, New York.


Articles in Regional Refereed Journals


37. 何敏 周跃 丁文荣 吕喜玺   龙川江流域碳侵蚀特征的初步研究. 环境科学学报. 2012 04   

36. 朱敏, 李丽, 吴巩胜, 周跃, 吕喜玺, 李迪强, 薛亚东. 2012. 森林生态价值估算方法研究进展
生态学杂志 31 (001), 215-221


35. 薛亚东, 李丽, 李迪强, 吴巩胜, 周跃, 吕玺喜. 2012. 基于景观遗传学的滇金丝猴栖息地连接度分析
生态学报 31 (20), 5886-5893.


34. 张信宝, 文安邦, 吕喜玺. 2011. 大型水库对长江上游主要干支流河流输沙量的影响. 泥沙研究, 59-66


33. 丁文荣, 吕喜玺, 明庆忠. 2011. 变化环境下的龙川江流域水循环要素响应与趋势. 节水灌溉, 1-4


32. 丁文荣, 吕喜玺, 明庆忠.2011. 变化环境下的元谋干热河谷区水热响应分析. 中国农村水利水电, 39-42


31 丁文荣 吕喜玺 明庆忠 2011. 金沙江元谋干热河谷区水热变化的多时间尺度分析. 节水灌 .     2011 


30. 何敏 周跃 吕喜玺 贝荣塔 Alan Ziegler. 2010 金沙江一级支流龙川江水体化学组成和化学风化过程分析. 

壤通报. 2010 06. 


29. 何敏, 周跃吕喜玺Alan ziegler

. 2010.  金沙江一级支流龙川江水体氮磷含量动态分析. 水生态学杂

      . 2010年。


28. 陈西庆, 吕溪溪[喜玺], 严以新, 童朝锋 窦希萍, 李键庸, 田磊. 2008. 长江河口上边界床沙粒径的长期变化

      及其原因.  长江流域资源与环境.17(4), 605-613.

27. 王建军  吕喜玺 . 2007. 基于Landsat ETM+卫星影像的长江上游混浊河水悬沙浓度提取. 科学通报

      2007 52(z2)

26. 丁文荣  周跃  吕喜玺.2007. 河流输沙率变化规律研究:小波分析在红河支流盘龙河的应用.

     科学通报   2007 52(z2)  

 25. 孙会国, 汉景泰, 张淑荣, 吕喜玺. 2006. "05.6”西江特大洪水对河流碳输出通量的影响. 科学通报. 51(23):.2773-2779.

 24. 朱云梅,吕喜玺,周跃,Liong Shie-Yui. 2006. 纵向岭谷区地表径流对气候变化的敏感性分析:以长江上游龙川江流域为例.科学通报. 2006 Vol.51 No.z2 P.73-80.

23.  , 朱云梅, 吕喜玺. 2006. 人为活动对金沙江一级支流龙川江流域输沙量的影响分析.昆明理工大学学报(理工版), 31 1    (总第140), 77-82.


22. 周跃, 吕喜玺, 陈平, S Liaw, 朱云梅. 2005. 高浑浊河流悬沙质量浓度的地面遥感监测方法.生态环境, 14(5): 706-709.

21. S.C.Liew, 吕喜玺, 陈平, 周跃, 朱云梅. 2003. 高浑浊内河悬沙浓度的遥感估测:以中国云南金沙江下游支流为例.山地学报. Vol.21 No.3  P.378-379.

20. 史德明  杨艳生  吕喜玺  梁音  史学正. 1991. 土壤侵蚀及防治研究近况——14届国际土壤学大会土壤侵蚀组文献简述《土壤》 199102 .

19. Shi, D.M., Wei, Q.P., Liang, Y., Yang, Y.S. and Lu X.X., 2000, Indices of soil degradation in South China. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 14(3):1-10 (in Chinese with English abstract).


18. Yu, D.S., Shi, X.Z. and Lu X.X., 1998, Soil erodibility and sustainability in hilly areas under different land uses.Journal of Soil Erosion and Water Conservation, 4(1): 71-76 (in Chinese with English abstract).


17. Shi, X.Z., Yu, D.S. and Lu X.X., 1995, Study on soil infiltration by simulating rainfall in low hilly region of South China. Journal  of  Soil and  Water Conservation, 9(3), 1-8 (in Chinese with English abstract).


16. Lu X.X., Shi, X.Z. and Yu, D.S., 1995, Study on soil erodibility  using rainfall simulator in subtropical China. Journal  of  Soil  and Water Conservation, 9(3), 38-42 (in Chinese with English abstract).


15. Shi D.M., Liang Y., Lu X.X. and Yang Y.S. 1995. Soil erosion monitoring in Xingou County of Jiangxi Province. Resources and Environments of the Yangtze River Basin, 4(3), ??-??.


14. Lu X.X. and Shi D.M., 1994, Progress and perspectives in soil erosion modelling.  Progress in Soil  Sciences, 22(4), 9-14 (in Chinese with English abstract).


13. Lu X.X. and Shi D.M.,1994, Soil nutrient transport with runoff and sediment on Quaternary red clay derived soils.Soil  and Water Conservation in China, 146(5), 12-15 (in Chinese with English abstract).


12. Yang Y.S., Liang, Y. and Lu X.X., 1993, Soil moisture regimes in the Three Gorges Dam area. Soil Sciences (in Chinese with English abstract).


11. Lu X.X. and Sheng R.M. 1992. Developing the method of soil texture conversion and preliminary study on soil erodibility of South China. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 6(1): 63-70.


10. Yang Y.S. and Lu X.X., 1992, Gravitational erosion in the Three Gorges areas, Soil Science, 24(5), 228-233 (in Chinese with English abstract).


9. Lu X.X., Shi, D.M. and Yang, Y.S., 1991, Evaluation on the water-retention  properties of eroded soil developed  from  Quaternary  red clay. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 5(3), 88-96 (in Chinese with English abstract).


8. Shi, D.M., Yang, Y.S. and Lu X.X., 1991,  An  analysis of  soil  erosion patterns and sediment producing sources  in  the Three Gorges region of  the Yangtze River.  Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 5(3), 9-21 (in Chinese with English abstract). 


7. Yang, Y.S.,  Shi, D.M. and Lu X.X., 1991, Research of the amount  of  soil  loss on slope surface and  the sediment  into the Yangtze River in the Three Gorges  region.  Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 5(3), 22-28 (in Chinese with English abstract). 


6. Yang, Y.S.,  Shi, D.M. and Lu X.X., 1991, Research of soil deterioration  in  the Three Gorges region of the Yangtze  River. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 5 (3), 51-63 (in Chinese with English abstract). 


5. Liang, Y., Yang, Y.S. and Lu X.X., 1991, The  correlation analysis  of the amount of sediment transport and runoff  factors in  the Wanshui watershed of Anhui province. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 5(3), 73-79 (in Chinese with English abstract).


4. Lu X.X., Liang, Y. and Shi, D.M., 1990, Study on planting the shrub  Lespedeza  by nutritive  holes  on eroded  soil.Soil  and  Water Conservation in China, 104 (11), 40-42 (in Chinese with English abstract). 


3. Lu X.X., Shi, D.M. and Yang, Y.S., 1989, Study on the moisture of  eroded  soil  derived  from Quaternary  red clay.Soil  and  Water Conservation in China, 84 (3), 38-42 (in Chinese with English abstract). 


2. Yang, Y.S., Shi, D.M. and Lu X.X., 1987, High dam should not be built until the control of serious soil erosion and  water loss in the Three Gorges Region of the Yangtze River. Bulletin  of  Soil and Water Conservation, 7(4), 41-47 (with English abstract).


1. Yang,Y.S., Shi, D.M. and Lu X.X., 1986,  Equation  for the  prediction of soil loss in the region of the Yangtze Gorges.Soil Science, 18(6), 313-314 (with English abstract).


Articles in Regional Book Chapters and Proceedings


15. Lu X.X. and Shi D.M., 1993, Soil erosion and vegetation rehibiliation in the hilly area of South China, pp.38-42, in Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (ed.) Forages Development in South China. China Agricultural Scientific and Technological Press. Beijing (in Chinese).


14. Yang, Y.S., Shi, D.M., Lu X.X. and Liang, Y., 1993, A report on soil erosion monitoring and rapid revegetation on the badland with red clay soils, pp.283-290, in Ecological Station of Red Soil, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ed.) Vol. 2,  Research on Red Soil Ecosystem. Jiangxi Science and Technology Press, Nanchang (in Chinese).


13. Yang, Y.S., Shi, D.M., Lu X.X. and Liang, Y., 1993, A study on the basic properties of eroded sterile soils, pp.291-302, in Ecological Station of Red Soil, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ed.) Vol. 2,  Research on Red Soil Ecosystem. Jiangxi Science and Technology Press, Nanchang (in Chinese with English abstract).


12. Yang, Y.S., Shi, D.M., Lu X.X. and Liang, Y., 1993, Characteristics of degradation of eroded soil in Quaternary red clay region, pp.303-311, in Ecological Station of Red Soil, Chinese Academy of  Sciences (ed.) Vol. 2,  Research on Red Soil Ecosystem. Jiangxi Science and Technology Press, Nanchang (in Chinese with English abstract),


11. Yang, Y.S., Shi, D.M., Lu X.X. and Liang, Y., 1993, The chemical property of runoff water, pp.312-318, in Ecological Station of Red Soil, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ed.) Vol. 2, Research on Red Soil Ecosystem. Jiangxi Science and Technology Press, Nanchang (in Chinese with English abstract).


10. Yang, Y.S., Shi, D.M., Lu X.X. and Liang, Y., 1993, A study of properties of sediment eroded from sterile red clay soil, pp.319-329, in Ecological  station of Red Soil, Chinese Academy of  Sciences (ed.) Vol. 2, Research on Red Soil Ecosystem. Jiangxi Science and Technology Press,  Nanchang (in Chinese with English abstract).


9. Yang, Y.S., Shi, D.M., Lu X.X. and Liang, Y., 1993, Analysis of sediment production from eroded sloping land in the red clay region, pp.330-344, in Ecological Station of Red Soil, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ed.) Vol. 2,  Research on Red Soil Ecosystem. Jiangxi Science and Technology Press, Nanchang  (in Chinese with English abstract). 


8. Yang, Y.S., Shi, D.M., Lu X.X. and Liang, Y., 1993, A study on soil pore size distribution and water-air regime in the red soil region, pp.345-351, in Ecological Station of Red Soil, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ed.) Vol. 2,  Research on Red Soil Ecosystem. Jiangxi Science and Technology Press, Nanchang (in Chinese with English abstract). 


7. Yang, Y.S., Shi, D.M., Lu X.X. and Liang, Y., 1993, On the moisture dynamic of eroded Quaternary red clay soil in summer, pp.352-360, in Ecological Station of Red Soil, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ed.) Vol. 2,  Research on Red Soil Ecosystem. Jiangxi Science and Technology Press, Nanchang (in Chinese with English abstract).


6. Yang, Y.S., Shi, D.M., Lu X.X. and Liang, Y., 1993, Study on growth and development of Lespedeza root on eroded  badlands, pp.370-376, in ecological Station of Red Soil, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ed.) Vol. 2,  Research on Red Soil Ecosystem. Jiangxi Science and Technology Press, Nanchang (in Chinese with English abstract).


5. Liang, Y., Lu X.X., Shi, D.M. and Yang, Y.S., 1992, Afforestation experiment in eroding slope land, pp.338-342, in Gong, Z.T. (ed.) Soil Environmental Changes. Science Press. Beijing (in Chinese with English abstract).


4. Lu, X.X., Shi, D.M. and Yang, Y.S., 1992, A comparison study on properties of  sediment eroded  soil of red soil ecological experiment station.  pp.258-262, in Ecological Station of Red Soils, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ed.) Vol. 1, Research on Red Soil Ecosystem. Science Press, Beijing.


3. Luo, G.B. and Lu, X.X., 1992,  Moisture  prediction  and modelling on red soils derived from Quaternary Clay,  pp.184-188, in Ecological  Station of Red Soils, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ed.) Vol. 1, Research on Red Soil Ecosystem. Science Press, Beijing. 


2. Lu, X.X., Yang, Y.S., Shi, D.M. and Liang, Y., 1992,  The characteristics,  improvement and utilisation of red  soils,  pp. 258-262, in Ecological Station of Red Soils, Chinese Academy of  Sciences (ed.) Vol. 1, Research on Red Soil Ecosystem. Science Press, Beijing.


1. Shi, D.M., Yang, Y.S. and Lu, X.X., 1987, The impact of soil erosion on sediment sources in the Three Gorges project reservoir area and countermeasures, pp. 498-521. in Chinese Academy of Sciences (ed.) Collected papers on ecological and environmental impact of the Three Gorges project and countermeasures. Science Press, Beijing.