TY Gan
TY Gan
Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Alberta
Verified email at ualberta.ca
TitleCited byYear
Hydrologic sensitivities of the Sacramento‐San Joaquin River basin, California, to global warming
DP Lettenmaier, TY Gan
Water Resources Research 26 (1), 69-86, 1990
4871990
Automatic calibration of conceptual rainfall‐runoff models: Optimization algorithms, catchment conditions, and model structure
TY Gan, GF Biftu
Water resources research 32 (12), 3513-3524, 1996
3021996
Hydroclimatic trends and possible climatic warming in the Canadian Prairies
TY Gan
Water resources research 34 (11), 3009-3015, 1998
2961998
Effects of model complexity and structure, data quality, and objective functions on hydrologic modeling
TY Gan, EM Dlamini, GF Biftu
Journal of Hydrology 192 (1-4), 81-103, 1997
2961997
A framework for broad‐scale classification of hydrologic response units on the Boreal Plain: is topography the last thing to consider?
K Devito, I Creed, T Gan, C Mendoza, R Petrone, U Silins, B Smerdon
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (8), 1705-1714, 2005
2742005
Drought indices and their application to East Africa
HK Ntale, TY Gan
International Journal of Climatology: A Journal of the Royal Meteorological …, 2003
2612003
The global cryosphere: past, present and future
R Barry, TY Gan
Cambridge University Press, 2011
1342011
Reducing vulnerability of water resources of Canadian prairies to potential droughts and possible climatic warming
TY Gan
Water Resources Management 14 (2), 111-135, 2000
1242000
Naphthenic acids degradation and toxicity mitigation in tailings wastewater systems and aquatic environments: a review
PR Kannel, TY Gan
Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A 47 (1), 1-21, 2012
1172012
An assessment of a conceptual rainfall-runoff model's ability to represent dynamics of small hypothetical catchment: 2. Hydrologic responses for extreme rainfall
TYSJB Gan
Water Resources Research 26 (7), 1605-1619, 1990
1141990
An assessment of a conceptual rainfall‐runoff model's ability to represent the dynamics of small hypothetical catchments: 2. Hydrologic responses for normal and extreme rainfall
TY Gan, SJ Burges
Water Resources Research 26 (7), 1605-1619, 1990
1141990
An assessment of a conceptual rainfall‐runoff model's ability to represent the dynamics of small hypothetical catchments: 1. Model, model properties, & design
TY Gan, SJ Burges
Water Resources Research 26 (7), 1595-1604, 1990
114*1990
An assessment of a conceptual rainfall-runoff model's ability to represent the dynamics of small hypothetical catchments: 1. Model, model properties, and design
TY Gan, S Burges
Water Resources Research 26 (7), 1595-1604, 1990
114*1990
Semi-distributed, physically based, hydrologic modeling of the Paddle River Basin, Alberta, using remotely sensed data
GF Biftu, TY Gan
Journal of Hydrology 244 (3-4), 137-156, 2001
982001
Precipitation of southwestern Canada: Wavelet, scaling, multifractal analysis, and teleconnection to climate anomalies
TY Gan, AK Gobena, Q Wang
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 112 (D10), 2007
962007
Northward migration of permafrost along the Mackenzie Highway and climatic warming
YTJ Kwong, TY Gan
Climatic Change 26 (4), 399-419, 1994
841994
Low‐frequency variability in Southwestern Canadian stream flow: links with large‐scale climate anomalies
AK Gobena, TY Gan
International Journal of Climatology: A Journal of the Royal Meteorological …, 2006
742006
Differences and sensitivities in potential hydrologic impact of climate change to regional-scale Athabasca and Fraser River basins of the leeward and windward sides of the …
E Kerkhoven, TY Gan
Climatic Change 106 (4), 583-607, 2011
692011
A review of public domain water quality models for simulating dissolved oxygen in rivers and streams
PR Kannel, SR Kanel, S Lee, YS Lee, TY Gan
Environmental Modeling & Assessment 16 (2), 183-204, 2011
652011
Assessment of soil-based and calibrated parameters of the Sacramento model and parameter transferability
TY Gan, SJ Burges
Journal of Hydrology 320 (1-2), 117-131, 2006
632006
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