volume 79, issue 48, P589-592 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00428
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Abstract: The amount of water and sediment discharged by the Yellow River in northern China has been decreasing steadily over the past 20–25 years, such that in recent years it has contributed relatively little sediment to the Gulf of Bohai. This is quite at odds with the well‐known story in which the Yellow River has been regarded as a primary contributor of fluvial sediment to the global ocean. If the trend of decreasing discharge continues, the environmental and economic impacts to the Yellow River delta and adjacen…

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