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Zhang L*, Li X, Zheng D, Zhang K, Ma Q, Zhao Y, Ge Y. Merging multiple satellite-based precipitation products and gauge observations using a novel double machine learning approach. Journal of Hydrology, 2021:125969.

Zhang, L*., et al., Interpolated or satellite-based precipitation? Implications for hydrological modeling in a meso-scale mountainous watershed on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. Journal of Hydrology, 2020: p. 124629.

Zhang L*, Li X, Cao Y, Nan Z, Wang W, Ge Y, Wang P, Yu W. Evaluation and integration of the top-down and bottom-up satellite precipitation products over mainland China. Journal of Hydrology, 2020, 581:124456.

Zhang, L*. Comment on “Exploring the Influence of Smallholders’ Perceptions Regarding Water Availability on Crop Choice and Water Allocation Through Socio-Hydrological Modeling” by Kuil et al. [Water Resource Research, 54, 2580–2604]. Water Resources Research, 2019

Zhang L*, Ma Q, Zhao Y, et al. Determining the influence of irrigation efficiency improvement on water use and consumption by conceptually considering hydrological pathways. Agricultural Water Management, 2019, 213:674-681

Zhang L*, Nan Z, Wang W, et al. Separating climate change and human contributions to variations in streamflow and its components using eight time-trend methods. Hydrological Processes, 2019, 33(3):383-394.

Zhang L, Nan Z, Liang X, et al. Application of the MacCormack scheme to overland flow routing for high-spatial resolution distributed hydrological model. Journal of Hydrology, 2018, 558:421-431.

Zhang L, Nan Z, Yu W, et al. Comparison of baseline period choices for separating climate and land use/land cover change impacts on watershed hydrology using distributed hydrological models. Science of The Total Environment, 2018, 622–623:1016-1028.

Ling Zhang, Zhuotong Nan, et al. 2016. Hydrological Impacts of Land Use Change and Climate Variability in the Headwater Region of the Heihe River Basin, Northwest China, PloS One, 11(6): e158394. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0158394.

Ling Zhang, Zhuotong Nan et al. 2016. Hydrological Responses to Land-Use Change Scenarios under Constant and Changed Climatic Conditions. Environmental Management, 57(2):412-431. doi:10.1007/s00267-015-0620-z

Ling Zhang, Zhuotong Nan, et al. 2015. Modeling Land-Use and Land-Cover Change and Hydrological Responses under Consistent Climate Change Scenarios in the Upper and Middle Heihe River Basin, China. Water Resources Management, 29(13):4701-4717. doi:10.1007/s11269-015-1085-9

Ling Zhang, Zhuotong Nan, Wenjun Yu. 2013. Coupling LUCC and Hydrological Models to Predict Land Use Change and Hydrological Response under Multiple Scenarios. Journal of Geo-Information Science. 2013, 15(6): 829-839. (in Chinese)

Ying Zhang, Ling Zhang, et al. 2017. Development of an evapotranspiration data assimilation system for streamflow estimates: a case study in a semi-arid region. Sustainability,9:1658.

Siwei He, Zhuotong Nan, Ling Zhang, Wenjun Yu. Spatial-temporal distribution of water and energy fluxes in the upper reaches of the Heihe River simulated with VIC model. Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology. 2015, 37(1): 211-225. (in Chinese)

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