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Research Article

Separation of the Climatic and Land Cover Impacts on the Flow Regime Changes in Two Watersheds of Northeastern Tibetan Plateau

Table 4

Separate contribution of climate change and LUCC on runoff regimes in YLC and MXC.

YLCMXC
LU1980sLU2000sLU impactLU1980sLU2000sLU impact

MMF
 1982–1995176.3176.5−7.14%186.9186.6−6.25%
 1996–2010182.9181.9179.6178.9
 CC impact107.14%−93.75%

Lw75
 1982–19954.054.02−6.25%6.966.95−19.20%
 1996–20104.384.376.926.91
 CC impact106.25%−80.80%

Hg25
 1982–199522.3122.29−16.67%20.420.51−2.08%
 1996–201022.4522.4320.2820.16
 CC impact116.67%−97.92%

CvMF
 1982–19950.9590.931−30.39%0.6530.652−2.97%
 1996–20100.8940.8660.6280.628
 CC impact−69.61%−97.03%

DMF
 1982–19950.4670.49736.68%0.5150.52124.79%
 1996–20100.5140.5300.4860.492
 CC impact63.32%−124.79%

BFI
 1982–19950.2270.23638.70%0.6280.62245.80%
 1996–20100.2420.2550.6210.616
 CC impact61.30%54.20%

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