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Yan, B.W., Li, Y., Feng, X.Q. and Fang, L. (2011) Spatial Variation Characteristic Research of Water Resource in Weihe Watershed. Pub. House of Water Conservancy of Yellow River, Zhengzhou.

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  • TITLE: Multi-Fractal Characteristics of Daily Runoff Series of Weihe River Watershed

    AUTHORS: Baowen Yan, Ankang Zhou, Songbai Song

    KEYWORDS: Multi-Fractal, Daily Runoff, DFA, Weihe River Basin

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Water Resource and Protection, Vol.11 No.9, September 11, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Application of fractal theory on the evolution of nonlinear study of the hydrological system, which found its internal rules from the complex hydrologic system, could make us more fully understand the hydrodynamic characteristics of the complex motion of this system. Taking Weihe River as study area, this paper analyzes daily runoff series’ multi-fractal character and relative fluctuation feature by using the De-trended Fluctuation Analysis (DFA) method. Result shows that the daily runoff series of main channel and branches of Weihe river all shows multi-fractal characteristics clearly, and the turns of multi-fractal intensity of daily runoff series in Weihe river are: Xianyang station (1.388) > Yingge station (0.697) > Linjiacun station (0.665) > Zhangjiashan station (0.662) > Zhuangtou station (0.635). Rainfall, evaporation, water income and human activity and other factors affect the fluctuation character and multi-fractal intensity of daily runoff series through these factors’ superimposition and pining down mutually. This study could provide a theoretical supply for obtaining the quantitative indicators on multi-fractal characteristics about eco-environment situation of watershed, and for runoff forecasting.