Qi Tang
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Integrating hydrological modelling, data assimilation and cloud computing for real-time management of water resources
W Kurtz, A Lapin, OS Schilling, Q Tang, EJ Schiller, T Braun, D Hunkeler, ...
Environmental modelling & software 93, 418-435, 2017
The influence of riverbed heterogeneity patterns on river-aquifer exchange fluxes under different connection regimes
Q Tang, W Kurtz, OS Schilling, P Brunner, H Vereecken, HJH Franssen
Journal of Hydrology 554, 383-396, 2017
Characterisation of river–aquifer exchange fluxes: The role of spatial patterns of riverbed hydraulic conductivities
Q Tang, W Kurtz, P Brunner, H Vereecken, HJH Franssen
Journal of Hydrology 531, 111-123, 2015
Simulating Flood‐Induced Riverbed Transience Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Physically Based Hydrological Modeling, and the Ensemble Kalman Filter
Q Tang, OS Schilling, W Kurtz, P Brunner, H Vereecken, ...
Water Resources Research 54 (11), 9342-9363, 2018
Efficient ensemble data assimilation for coupled models with the Parallel Data Assimilation Framework: example of AWI-CM (AWI-CM-PDAF 1.0)
L Nerger, Q Tang, L Mu
Geoscientific Model Development 13 (9), 4305-4321, 2020
Toward a data assimilation system for seamless sea ice prediction based on the AWI climate model
L Mu, L Nerger, Q Tang, SN Loza, D Sidorenko, Q Wang, T Semmler, ...
Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems 12 (4), e2019MS001937, 2020
Improving the ocean and atmosphere in a coupled ocean–atmosphere model by assimilating satellite sea‐surface temperature and subsurface profile data
Q Tang, L Mu, D Sidorenko, H Goessling, T Semmler, L Nerger
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 146 (733), 4014-4029, 2020
Bayesian networks precipitation model based on hidden Markov analysis and its application
HR Wang, LT Ye, XY Xu, QL Feng, Y Jiang, Q Liu, Q Tang
Science China Technological Sciences 53 (2), 539-547, 2010
Strongly Coupled Data Assimilation of Ocean Observations Into an Ocean‐Atmosphere Model
Q Tang, L Mu, HF Goessling, T Semmler, L Nerger
Geophysical Research Letters 48 (24), e2021GL094941, 2021
Is it important to characterize complex patterns of riverbed hydraulic conductivities for assessing river-aquifer exchange fluxes? An evaluation with an integrated fully …
Q Tang, W Kurtz, O Schilling, P Brunner, H Vereecken, ...
EGUGA, EPSC2016-8550, 2016
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