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Name  Dong Zhibao Degree  none
E-mail  zbdong@lzb.ac.cn Phone  +86-(0)931-8271167
Zip Code  730000 Fax  +86-(0)931-8277169
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Address  Cold and Arid Regions Ennvironmental and Engineering Research Institute, CAS No. 322, West Donggang Road, Lanzhou, Gansu Province730000, China
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  • (1)Zhibao Dong, Junfeng Lu, Duoqing Man, Ping Lv, Guanqiang Qian, Zhengcai Zhang, Wanyin Luo, 2011. Equations for the near-surface mass-flux density profile of wind-blown sediments. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (in press).

    (2)Zhibao Dong, Wanyin Luo, Guangqiang Qian, Hongtao Wang, 2011. Evaluating the optimal porosity of fences for reducing wind erosion. Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions, 3(1): 1-12.

    (3)Ping Lü, Zhibao Dong, 2011. Horizontal momentum and kinetic energy loss of airflow near the surface of sandy beds. Sedimentary Geology, 234 (1-4): 116-119.

    (4)Zhibao Dong, Guangqiang Qian, Ping Yan, Zhizhu Su, 2010. Gravel bodies in the Kumtagh Desert and their geomorphological implications. Environmental Earth Science, 59: 1771-1779.

    (5)Zhibao Dong, Wanyin Luo, Guangqiang Qian, Ping Lu, and Hongtao Wang, 2010. A wind tunnel simulation of the turbulence fields behind upright porous wind fences. Journal of Arid Environments, 74: 193-207.

    (6)Zhibao Dong, Duoqing Man, Wanyin Luo, Guangqiang Qian, Jihe Wang, Ming Zhao, Shizeng Liu, Guoqinq Zhu, Shujuan Zhu, 2010. Horizontal aeolian sediment flux in the Minqin area, a major source of Chinese dust storms. Geomorphology, 116: 58-66.

    (7)Zhibao Dong, Zhenhai Wei, Guangqiang Qian, Zhengcai Zhang, Wanyin Luo, Guangyin Hu, 2010. “Raked” linear dunes in the Kumtagh Desert, China. Geomorphology, 123:122-128.

    (8)Zhibao Dong, Hongtao Wang, Guangqiang Qian, Wanyin Luo, 2010. Threshold wind velocity in the lee of two-dimensional transverse dunes. Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions, 2(1): 1-6.

    (9)Zhibao Dong, Qingsong Mu, Guangqiang Qian, Wanyin Luo, 2010. The wind-saltation interaction in a saltation boundary layer with a downwind pressure gradient. Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions, 2(5): 384-395.

    (10)Ping Lü, Zhibao Dong, 2010. The effects of atmospheric stability intensity on the movement of windblown sand. Environmental Earth Sciences, 61(4): 699-702, DOI: 10.1007/s12665-009-0384-y.

    (11)Jinchang Li, Zhibao Dong, Guangqiang Qian, Wanyin Luo, 2010. Aeolian dust transportation and deposition by near-surface winds in arid and semiarid China. Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions, 2(2): 137-142.

    (12)Jinchang Li, Zhibao Dong, Guangqiang Qian, Wanyin Luo, 2010. Effects of geomorphic conditions, wind speed, and precipitation on dustfall over northern China. Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions, 2(4): 354-363.

    (13)Jinchang Li, Zhibao Dong, Guangqiang Qian, Wanyin Luo, 2010. Spatial trends of dustfall over northern China in the spring and their influencing factors. Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions, 2(6): 529-537.

    (14)Xunming Wang, Ning Huang, Zhibao Dong, Caixia Zhang, 2010. Mineral and trace element analysis in dustfall collected in the Hexi Corridor and its significance as an indicator of environmental changes. Environmental Earth Sciences, 60(1): 1-10, DOI: 10.1007/s12665-009- 0164-8.

    (15)Zhibao Dong, Guangqiang Qian, Ping Lu, Wanyin Luo, Hongtao Wang, 2009. Turbulence fields in the lee of transverse dunes simulated in a wind tunnel. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 34: 204-216.

    (16)Zhibao Dong,Guangqiang Qian, Wanyin Luo, Zhengcai Zhang, Shengchun Xiao, Aiguo Zhao, 2009. Geomorphological hierarchies for complex mega-dunes and their implications for mega-dune evolution in the Badain Jaran Desert. Geomorphology,106:180-185.

    (17)Zhibao Dong, Wanyin Luo, Guangqiang Qian, Hongtao Wang, 2009. Momentum profile of aeolian saltation cloud. Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions, 1(1): 25-29.

    (18)Xunming Wang, Zhibao Dong, Caixia Zhang, Guangqiang Qian, Wanyin Luo, 2009. Characterization of the composition of dust fallout and identification of dust sources in arid and semiarid North China. Geomorphology, 112: 144-157.

    (19)Ping Lü, Zhibao Dong, 2009. A transport-rate model of wind-blown sand. Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions, 1(2):165-169.

    (20)Jinchang Li, Zhibao Dong, Shusheng He, 2009. Seasonal variation in dust events and causes of the variation in Tarim Basin, China. Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions, 1(2): 143-150.

    (21)Guangqian Qian, Zhibao Dong, Wanyin Luo, Hongtao Wang, 2009. Variations of horizontal and vertical velocities over two-dimensional transverse dunes: A wind tunnel simulation of the effect of windward slope. Journal of Arid Environments, 73: 1109-1116.

    (22)Bao Yang, Jinsong Wang, Achim Bräuning, Zhibao Dong, Jan Esper, 2009. Late Holocene climatic and environmental changes in arid central Asia. Quaternary International, 194 (1-2): 68-78.

    (23)Xunming Wang, Yi Yang, Zhibao Dong, Caixia Zhang, 2009. Responses of dune activity and desertification in China to global warming in the twenty-first century. Global and Planetary Change, 67: 167-185.

     

     
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