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Building height and density effects related to winter and summer temperature and precipitation simulation based on Local Climate Zones in a coastal city: A case study of Istanbul (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Chun, K., Ezber, Y., Toker, E., Octavianti, T., & Danaila, L. (2024, May). Building height and density effects related to winter and summer temperature and precipitation simulation based on Local Climate Zones in a coastal city: A case study of Istanbul. Presented at 8th international Med-CORDEX Workshop, Rome

The temperature and precipitation extremes of coastal cities are modulated by land-atmospheric interactions and modified land surfaces. Local climate zones are used as land use representations in a convection-permitting model to simulate precipitatio... Read More about Building height and density effects related to winter and summer temperature and precipitation simulation based on Local Climate Zones in a coastal city: A case study of Istanbul.

Exploring continental convection-permitting model simulations for South America: Cross-correlation dynamics between precipitation and temperature time series at Sao Paulo (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Chun, K. P., Octavianti, T., Tyralis, H., Papacharalampous, G., da Rocha, R. P., Toker, E., …Kahana, R. (2024, April). Exploring continental convection-permitting model simulations for South America: Cross-correlation dynamics between precipitation and temperature time series at Sao Paulo. Presented at EGU General Assembly 2024, Vienna, Austria

Increasing spatial resolution to kilometre scales allows the deactivation of deep convection parameterisation schemes. As a result of various global initiatives for the next generation of climate studies, continental convection-permitting model (CPM)... Read More about Exploring continental convection-permitting model simulations for South America: Cross-correlation dynamics between precipitation and temperature time series at Sao Paulo.

Spatial heterogeneity in the response of winter wheat yield to meteorological dryness/wetness variations in Henan province, China (2024)
Journal Article
Li, C., Gu, Y., Xu, H., Huang, J., Liu, B., Chun, K., & Octavianti, T. (2024). Spatial heterogeneity in the response of winter wheat yield to meteorological dryness/wetness variations in Henan province, China. Agronomy, 14(4), 817. https://doi.org/10.3390/agronomy14040817

Knowledge of the responses of winter wheat yield to meteorological dryness/wetness variations is crucial for reducing yield losses in Henan province, China’s largest winter wheat production region, under the background of climate change. Data on clim... Read More about Spatial heterogeneity in the response of winter wheat yield to meteorological dryness/wetness variations in Henan province, China.

The IAHS Science for Solutions decade, with Hydrology Engaging Local People IN a Global world (HELPING) (2024)
Journal Article
Arheimer, B., Cudennec, C., Castellarin, A., Grimaldi, S., Heal, K., Lupton, C., …leaders, W. (in press). The IAHS Science for Solutions decade, with Hydrology Engaging Local People IN a Global world (HELPING). Hydrological Sciences Journal, https://doi.org/10.1080/02626667.2024.2355202

The new scientific decade (2023-2032) of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) aims at searching for sustainable solutions to undesired water conditions - may it be too little, too much or too polluted. Many of the current iss... Read More about The IAHS Science for Solutions decade, with Hydrology Engaging Local People IN a Global world (HELPING).

Detection and quantitative microbial risk assessment of pathogenic Vibrio cholerae in a river used for drinking, domestic, fresh produce irrigation and recreational purposes (2024)
Journal Article
Ozochi, C. A., Okonkwo, C. C., Adukwu, E., Adukwu, E. C., Ujor, V. C., Enebe, M. C., & Chigor, V. N. (2024). Detection and quantitative microbial risk assessment of pathogenic Vibrio cholerae in a river used for drinking, domestic, fresh produce irrigation and recreational purposes. Discover Water, 4(1), Article 7. https://doi.org/10.1007/s43832-024-00059-z

Cholera infection results from the ingestion of water or food contaminated with toxigenic Vibrio cholerae. This study evaluated the occurrence of toxigenic V. cholerae in Asata River, Enugu Metropolis, Nigeria, and estimated V. cholerae infection ris... Read More about Detection and quantitative microbial risk assessment of pathogenic Vibrio cholerae in a river used for drinking, domestic, fresh produce irrigation and recreational purposes.

Dynamic hydrological niche segregation: How plants compete for water in a semi-arid ecosystem (2024)
Journal Article
Zhao, Y., Wang, L., Chun, K., Ziegler, A., & Evaristo, J. (2024). Dynamic hydrological niche segregation: How plants compete for water in a semi-arid ecosystem. Journal of Hydrology, 630, Article 130677. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2024.130677

Hydrological niche segregation (HNS), specifically the variation in root water uptake depth among coexisting species, is an understudied area of research. This is especially the case in semi-arid ecosystems, such as China's Loess Plateau (CLP), where... Read More about Dynamic hydrological niche segregation: How plants compete for water in a semi-arid ecosystem.

The nature and extent of bomb tritium remaining in deep vadose zone: A synthesis and prognosis (2024)
Journal Article
Huang, Y., Evaristo, J., Li, Z., Chun, K., Sutanudjaja, E. H., Cardenas, M. B., …van Genuchten, M. T. (in press). The nature and extent of bomb tritium remaining in deep vadose zone: A synthesis and prognosis. Vadose Zone Journal, https://doi.org/10.1002/vzj2.20304

Tritium present in deep vadose zones is a useful tracer for estimating groundwater recharge, but its full utility is constrained by not knowing where and for how long the tritium tracing method remains applicable. We obtained 44 tritium profiles from... Read More about The nature and extent of bomb tritium remaining in deep vadose zone: A synthesis and prognosis.