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ClimateAP: an application for dynamic local downscaling of historical and future climate data in Asia

Tongli WANG, Guangyu WANG, John L. INNES, Brad SEELY, Baozhang CHEN

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2017, Volume 4, Issue 4,   Pages 448-458 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2017172

Abstract: While low-to-moderate resolution gridded climate data are suitable for climate-impact modeling at globaland ecosystems levels, spatial analyses conducted at local scales require climate data with increaseddata for historical (1901–2015) and future (2011–2100) years and periods.It also integrates and downscales the historical and future climate data using a delta approach.The improvements for baseline portions of historical and future were more substantial.

Keywords: biologically relevant climate variables     downscaling     dynamic local regression     future climate     historicalclimate    

Conservation and adaptive-reuse of historical industrial building in China in the post-industrial era

WANG Jianguo, JIANG Nan

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2007, Volume 1, Issue 4,   Pages 474-480 doi: 10.1007/s11709-007-0064-5

Abstract: The conservation and adaptive-reuse of historical industrial building is one of the most important issuesIn this paper, the necessity and academic meaning of the conservation and adaptive-reuse of historicaland abroad, and the basic contents of the implementation of the conservation and adaptive-reuse of historicalassessment principles and relevant core technical specifications based on the empirical researches on the historical

Keywords: historical industrial     industrial building     implementation     adaptive-reuse     empirical    

Responding to the Paris Climate Agreement: global climate change mitigation efforts

Yong GENG, Tsuyoshi FUJITA, Anthony CHIU, Hancheng DAI, Han HAO

Frontiers in Energy 2018, Volume 12, Issue 3,   Pages 333-337 doi: 10.1007/s11708-018-0587-6

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A Historical Sedimentary Record of Mercury in a Shallow Eutrophic Lake: Impacts of Human Activities andClimate Change Article

Hanxiao Zhang, Shouliang Huo, Kevin M. Yeager, Beidou Xi, Jingtian Zhang,Fengchang Wu

Engineering 2019, Volume 5, Issue 2,   Pages 296-304 doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2018.11.022

Abstract: Lake sediments can provide important historical information regarding changes in pollution levels and

Keywords: Lake sediment     Mercury     Vertical distribution     Anthropogenic activities    

Historical Changes and Future Trends of Extreme Precipitation and High Temperature in China

Shu Zhangkang , Li Wenxin, Zhang Jianyun, Jin Junliang, Xue Qing, Wang Yintang, Hu Qingfang, Wang Guoqing

Strategic Study of Chinese Academy of Engineering 2022, Volume 24, Issue 5,   Pages 116-125 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2022.05.014

Abstract: their future trends can provide a theoretical basis for formulating regional strategies that adapt to climateUsing the CN05.1 grid meteorological data and eleven global climate models based on Coupled Model IntercomparisonUnder SSP1-2.6 and SSP5-8.5 climate change scenarios, extreme precipitation in China will generallyUnder the SSP1-2.6 and SSP5-8.5 climate change scenarios, extreme heat events in China will increaseTo mitigate the impact of climate change and cope with the risk of extreme events in the future,

Keywords: climate change     extreme event     CMIP6     extreme disaster response    

Some considerations on climate change based on philosophic principle

Li Peicheng

Strategic Study of Chinese Academy of Engineering 2008, Volume 10, Issue 11,   Pages 7-13

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Based on basic principle of philosophy, the problem of global climateThe result shows that global climate change is continuing and the main motive force causing climate changeis nature itself but not mankind; the current stage of climate change is a fluctuation part of wholestage of climate change and the change tendency is not eternality; the scope of the current stage ofclimate change is not exceeding the one of historical climate change.

Keywords: climate change     philosophic consideration     global climate warming     greenhouse gas    

Tackling climate change and promoting the energy revolution

Xiangwan DU

Frontiers in Energy 2018, Volume 12, Issue 3,   Pages 338-343 doi: 10.1007/s11708-018-0535-5

Abstract: China’s international responsibility to combat climate change is consistent with the inherent sustainableBased on research results from the Chinese Academy of Engineering, the three historical stages of China

Keywords: climate change     Paris Agreement     low-carbon transition     energy revolution    

Comparison and analysis of energy consumption of energy-efficient office buildings in different climate

Ke ZHANG, Neng ZHU

Frontiers in Energy 2013, Volume 7, Issue 3,   Pages 399-405 doi: 10.1007/s11708-013-0260-z

Abstract: energy-efficient office building cases according to specific case studies in typical cities of different climateBesides, the outdoor climate can change the EC of air conditioning/heating systems, and further determine

Keywords: energy-efficient building     breakdown energy consumption (EC)     energy consumption index (ECI)     different climate    

Impacts of climate change on optimal mixture design of blended concrete considering carbonation and chloride

Xiao-Yong WANG

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2020, Volume 14, Issue 2,   Pages 473-486 doi: 10.1007/s11709-020-0608-5

Abstract: However, these previous studies did not consider the effects of climate change, such as accelerationThis study presents a procedure for the optimal mixture design of ternary blended concrete considering climateThe effect of different climate change scenarios on carbonation and chloride ingress is considered.blended concrete exposed to an atmospheric environment, a rich mix is necessary to meet the challenge of climatechange, and for ternary blended concrete exposed to a marine environment, the impact of climate change

Keywords: ternary blended concrete     climate change     optimal mixture design     carbonation     chloride ingress    

towards a comprehensive framework for assessing liquefaction land damage vulnerability: Exploration from historical

Mahmood AHMAD, Xiao-Wei TANG, Jiang-Nan QIU, Feezan AHMAD, Wen-Jing GU

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2020, Volume 14, Issue 6,   Pages 1476-1491 doi: 10.1007/s11709-020-0670-z

Abstract: The unprecedented liquefaction-related land damage during earthquakes has highlighted the need to develop a model that better interprets the liquefaction land damage vulnerability (LLDV) when determining whether liquefaction is likely to cause damage at the ground’s surface. This paper presents the development of a novel comprehensive framework based on select case history records of cone penetration tests using a Bayesian belief network (BBN) methodology to assess seismic soil liquefaction and liquefaction land damage potentials in one model. The BBN-based LLDV model is developed by integrating multi-related factors of seismic soil liquefaction and its induced hazards using a machine learning (ML) algorithm-K2 and domain knowledge (DK) data fusion methodology. Compared with the C4.5 decision tree-J48 model, naive Bayesian (NB) classifier, and BBN-K2 ML prediction methods in terms of overall accuracy and the Cohen’s kappa coefficient, the proposed BBN K2 and DK model has a better performance and provides a substitutive novel LLDV framework for characterizing the vulnerability of land to liquefaction-induced damage. The proposed model not only predicts quantitatively the seismic soil liquefaction potential and its ground damage potential probability but can also identify the main reasons and fault-finding state combinations, and the results are likely to assist in decisions on seismic risk mitigation measures for sustainable development. The proposed model is simple to perform in practice and provides a step toward a more sophisticated liquefaction risk assessment modeling. This study also interprets the BBN model sensitivity analysis and most probable explanation of seismic soil liquefied sites based on an engineering point of view.

Keywords: Bayesian belief network     liquefaction-induced damage potential     cone penetration test     soil liquefaction     structural learning and domain knowledge    

Evaluation of the influence of El Niño–Southern Oscillation on air quality in southern China from long-term historical

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2022, Volume 16, Issue 2, doi: 10.1007/s11783-021-1460-0

Abstract:

•Strong ENSO influence on AOD is found in southern China region.

Keywords: El Niño–Southern Oscillation     Aerosol concentration     Aerosol particle size     Contribution separation     Decadal trend     Southern China    

Climate change and its consequences for water and wastewater management

Peter A. WILDERER

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2009, Volume 3, Issue 1,   Pages 1-1 doi: 10.1007/s11783-009-0001-z

Abstract: Life, in combination with solar radiation and abiotic processes, is most probably the reason why liquid water has existed on Earth for over billions of years, and the global mean temperature has remained in a life-enabling range. Efforts to limit or even reverse global warming must be derived from the knowledge of the Earth’s complex life-support system. In this context, the balance between liquid and gaseous water plays a crucial role, and water management becomes an important field of innovation and action, globally, on the scale of watersheds but also on the very local level. Cascading use, reuse, and temporary storage of water in urban settings must be considered to limit over-extraction of water from natural resources, and to maintain the life supporting function of ecosystems. At the same time, public health requirements, cost efficiency, and reliability demands are to be met.

Keywords: ecosystem     management tools     self-regulation     urbanization     water-climate relationship     water reuse    

Climate change and China’s mega urban regions

Chaolin GU, Sunsheng HAN

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2010, Volume 4, Issue 4,   Pages 418-430 doi: 10.1007/s11709-010-0075-5

Abstract: China’s mega urban regions are focal points of economic development and environmental concerns. This paper positions four mega urban regions (i.e., the Yangtze River Delta, the Pearl River Delta, the Bohai Bay Area, and the South-eastern Fujian Province) along China’s coast into the national economy and elaborates their development challenges and planning innovations. Mega urban regions in China are spatial consequences of rapid economic transition. They deserve close scrutiny and demands for innovative planning responses in order to maintain their key role in driving economic growth but limiting their greenhouse gas emission.

Keywords: climate change     mega urban region     urban planning    

Challenge of global climate change: Prospects for a new energy paradigm

Michael B. MCELROY

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2010, Volume 4, Issue 1,   Pages 2-11 doi: 10.1007/s11783-010-0005-8

Abstract: Perspectives on the challenge posed by potential future climate change are presented including a discussion

Keywords: climate change     carbon capture     wind     ethanol     CO2     radiative forcing    

A critical literature review of bioretention research for stormwater management in cold climate and future

Hannah Kratky, Zhan Li, Yijun Chen, Chengjin Wang, Xiangfei Li, Tong Yu

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-0982-y

Abstract: Bioretention systems have been studied quite extensively for warm climate applications, but data stronglyAlthough it is apparent that bioretention is an effective stormwater management system, its design in cold climateExisting cold climate research has shown that coarser media is required to prevent concrete frost from

Keywords: Bioretention     Cold climate     Low impact development     Stormwater    

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ClimateAP: an application for dynamic local downscaling of historical and future climate data in Asia

Tongli WANG, Guangyu WANG, John L. INNES, Brad SEELY, Baozhang CHEN

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Conservation and adaptive-reuse of historical industrial building in China in the post-industrial era

WANG Jianguo, JIANG Nan

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Responding to the Paris Climate Agreement: global climate change mitigation efforts

Yong GENG, Tsuyoshi FUJITA, Anthony CHIU, Hancheng DAI, Han HAO

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A Historical Sedimentary Record of Mercury in a Shallow Eutrophic Lake: Impacts of Human Activities andClimate Change

Hanxiao Zhang, Shouliang Huo, Kevin M. Yeager, Beidou Xi, Jingtian Zhang,Fengchang Wu

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Historical Changes and Future Trends of Extreme Precipitation and High Temperature in China

Shu Zhangkang , Li Wenxin, Zhang Jianyun, Jin Junliang, Xue Qing, Wang Yintang, Hu Qingfang, Wang Guoqing

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Some considerations on climate change based on philosophic principle

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Tackling climate change and promoting the energy revolution

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Comparison and analysis of energy consumption of energy-efficient office buildings in different climate

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Impacts of climate change on optimal mixture design of blended concrete considering carbonation and chloride

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towards a comprehensive framework for assessing liquefaction land damage vulnerability: Exploration from historical

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Evaluation of the influence of El Niño–Southern Oscillation on air quality in southern China from long-term historical

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Climate change and its consequences for water and wastewater management

Peter A. WILDERER

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Challenge of global climate change: Prospects for a new energy paradigm

Michael B. MCELROY

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A critical literature review of bioretention research for stormwater management in cold climate and future

Hannah Kratky, Zhan Li, Yijun Chen, Chengjin Wang, Xiangfei Li, Tong Yu

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