1.Wang,GQ;Li,JW;Sun,WC(*);Xue,BL;Yinglan,A(*);Liu,TX. Non-point source pollution risks in a drinking water protection zone based on remote sensing data embedded within a nutrient budget model,Water Research,2019,157:238-246.
2.Wang,GQ;Liu,SM;Liu,TX;Fu,ZY;Yu,JS;Xue,BL(*). Modelling above-ground biomass based on vegetation indexes: a modified approach for biomass estimation in semi-arid grasslands,2019,40:3835-3854.
3.A,Yinglan;Wang,Guoqiang;Liu,Tingxi;Shrestha,Sangam;Xue,Baolin;Tan,Zhongxin(*). Vertical variations of soil water and its controlling factors based on the structural equation model in a semi-arid grassland,The Science of the total environment,2019,691:1016-1026.
4.Yao,JP;Wang,GQ(*);Xue,BL;Wang,PZ.Assessment of lake eutrophication using a novel multidimensional similarity cloud model,Journal of Environmental Management,2019,248.
5.Yao,Jiping;Wang,Puze;Wang Guoqiang(*);Shrestha,Sangam;Xue,Baolin. Establishing a time series trend structure model to mine potential hydrological information from hydrometeorological time series data,The Science of the total environment,2019,698:134-227.
6.Yinglan,A;Wang,GQ(*);Liu,TX;Xue,BL(*);Kuczera,George. Spatial variation of correlations between vertical soil water and evapotranspiration and their controlling factors in a semi-arid region,Journal of Hydrology,2019,574:53-63.
7.Yao,JP;Wang,GQ(*);Xue,WN;Yao,ZP;Xue,BL. Assessing the Adaptability of Water Resources System in Shandong Province, China, Using a Novel Comprehensive Co-evolution Model,Water Resources Management,2019,33(2):657-675.
8.Li,Q;Peng,YB;Wang,GQ(*);Wang,HQ;Xue,BL;Hu,XQ. A Combined Method for Estimating Continuous Runoff by Parameter Transfer and Drainage Area Ratio Method in Ungauged Catchments,Water,2019,11(5).
9.Wang,GQ(*);Hu,XQ;Zhu,Y(*);Jiang,H;Wang,HQ. Historical accumulation and ecological risk assessment of heavy metals in sediments of a drinking water lake,Environmental Science and Pollution Research,2018,25:24882-24894.
10.Wang,GQ;Wang,W;Fang,QQ;Jiang,H;Xin,QC;Xue,BL(*). The Application of Discrete Wavelet Transform with Improved Partial Least-Squares Method for the Estimation of Soil Properties with Visible and Near-Infrared Spectral Data,2018,10(6).
11.Fang, Q.;Guoqiang Wang(*); B. Xue(*); T. Liu, and A. Kiem. How and to What Extent Does Precipitation on Multi-Temporal Scales and Soil Moisture at Different Depths Determine Carbon Flux Responses in a Water-Limited Grassland Ecosystem? Sci Total Environ, 2018, 635): 1255-66.
12.Dongmei Han,Guoqiang Wang (*), Tingxi Liu, BaoLin Xue, George Kuczera, Xinyi Xu, Hydroclimatic response of evapotranspiration partitioning to prolonged droughts in semiarid grassland, Journal of Hydrology, 2018, 563:766-777
13.Wang, Guoqiang (*),Integrated hydrologic and hydrodynamic modeling to assess water exchange in a data-scarce reservoir, Journal of Hydrology, 2017.12 .1, 555c(1): 15~30
14.Wu, Binbin;Guoqiang Wang (*);Zhonggen Wang; Changming Liu, and Jianming Ma. Integrated Hydrologic and Hydrodynamic Modeling to Assess Water Exchange in a Data-Scarce Reservoir. Journal of Hydrology, 2017, 555: 15-30.
15.Wang, Guoqiang; Wu, Binbin; Hong Jiang;Changming Liu,(*) Impact of revised thermal stability on pollutant transport time in a deep reservoir, Journal of Hydrology, 2016, 535: 671~687
16.Wang, Guoqiang; A, Yinglan; Jiang, Hong; Fu, Qing; Zheng, Binghui,(#)(*) Modeling the source contribution of heavy metals in surficial sediment and analysis of their historical changes in the vertical sediments of a drinking water reservoir, Journal of Hydrology, 2015.1, 520: 37~51
17.Wang, Guoqiang; Qingqing Fang; Binbin Wu; Huicai Yang; Zongxue Xu,(#)(*) Relationship between soil erodibility and modeled infiltration rate in different soils, Journal of Hydrology, 2015.3, 528: 408~418
18.Wang, Guoqiang;Wu, Binbin; Zhang, Lei; Jiang, Hong; Xu, Zongxue,(#)(*) Role of soil erodibility in affecting available nitrogen and phosphorus losses under simulated rainfall , Journal of Hydrology, 2014.6.6, 514: 180~191
19.Wang, Guoqiang (*),Comprehensive assessment of groundwater pollution risk based on an HVF model in regional scale, Science of the Total Environment,2018.1, 628: 1518~1530
20.Wang, Guoqiang;Yang, Huicai; Wang, Lijing; Xu, Zongxue; Xue,(#)(*) Baolin, Using the SWAT model to assess impacts of land use changes on runoff generation in headwaters, Hydrological Processes, 2014.1, 28(3): 1032~1042
21.Wang, Guoqiang;A, Yinglan; Xu, Zongxue; Zhang, Shurong,(*) The influence of land use patterns on water quality at multiple spatial scales in a river system, Hydrological Processes, 2014, 28: 5259~5272
22.Wang, Guoqiang;Jiang, Hong; Xu, Zongxue; Wang, Lijing; Yue,(#)(*) Weifeng, Evaluating the effect of land use changes on soil erosion and sediment yield using a grid-based distributed modelling approach, Hydrological Processes, 2012.11.15, 26(23): 3579~3592
23.Wang, Guoqiang (*),and Zongxue Xu. Assessment on the Function of Reservoirs for Flood Control During Typhoon Seasons Based on a Distributed Hydrological Model. Hydrological Processes, 2011, 16(25): 2506-17.
24.Wang, Guoqiang (*); H. A. P. Hapuarachchi; Kuniyoshi Takeuchi, and Hiroshi Ishidaira. Grid-Based Distribution Model for Simulating Runoff and Soil Erosion from a Large-Scale River Basin. Hydrological Processes, 2010, 5(24): 641-53.
25.Wang, Guoqiang; Prasantha Hapuarachchi (*); Hiroshi Ishidaira; Anthony S. Kiem, and Kuniyoshi Takeuchi. Estimation of Soil Erosion and Sediment Yield During Individual Rainstroms at Catchment Scale.Water Resources Management,2009,23(8):1447-1465