Full Name
LI SIYUE
Variants
Li S.
Li, S.
 
 
 
Email
geols@nus.edu.sg
 

Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12014Chemical weathering and CO2 consumption in the Lower Mekong RiverLi S. ; Lu X.X. ; Bush R.T.
2Apr-2012China's huge investment on water facilities: An effective adaptation to climate change, natural disasters, and food securityLi, S. 
32013CO2 partial pressure and CO2 emission in the Lower Mekong RiverLi S. ; Lu X.X. ; Bush R.T.
412-Oct-2012Daily CO 2 partial pressure and CO 2 outgassing in the upper Yangtze River basin: A case study of the Longchuan River, ChinaLi, S. ; Lu, X.X. ; He, M.; Zhou, Y.; Li, L.; Ziegler, A.D. 
52012Daily CO 2 partial pressure and CO 2 outgassing in the upper Yangtze River basin: A case study of the Longchuan River, ChinaLi S. ; Lu X.X. ; He M.; Zhou Y.; Li L.; Ziegler A.D. 
614-Jul-2011Dam not sole cause of Chinese droughtLu, X.X. ; Yang, X.; Li, S. 
71-Jun-2011Major element chemistry in the upper Yangtze River: A case study of the Longchuanjiang RiverLi, S. ; Lu, X.X. ; He, M.; Zhou, Y.; Bei, R.; Li, L.; Ziegler, A.D. 
82014Observed changes in the water flow at Chiang Saen in the lower Mekong: Impacts of Chinese dams?Lu X.X. ; Li S. ; Kummu M.; Padawangi R. ; Wang J.J.
930-May-2012Organic carbon fluxes from the upper Yangtze basin: An example of the Longchuanjiang River, ChinaLu, X.X. ; Li, S. ; He, M.; Zhou, Y.; Li, L.; Ziegler, A.D. 
105-Aug-2011Seasonal changes of nutrient fluxes in the Upper Changjiang basin: An example of the Longchuanjiang River, ChinaLu, X.X. ; Li, S. ; He, M.; Zhou, Y.; Bei, R.; Li, L.; Ziegler, A.D.