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Wendi Wang
Wendi Wang
Research Associate in Agricultural Water Management, University of Padova
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Prevalent sediment source shift after revegetation in the Loess Plateau of China: Implications from sediment fingerprinting in a small catchment
W Wang, N Fang, Z Shi, X Lu
Land degradation & development 29 (11), 3963-3973, 2018
282018
Future climate-zone shifts are threatening steep-slope agriculture
W Wang, A Pijl, P Tarolli
Nature Food 3 (3), 193-196, 2022
262022
Sustainable water resource management in steep-slope agriculture
W Wang, E Straffelini, A Pijl, P Tarolli
Geography and Sustainability 3 (3), 214-219, 2022
152022
Soil and water conservation in terraced and non‐terraced cultivations: an extensive comparison of 50 vineyards
A Pijl, W Wang, E Straffelini, P Tarolli
Land Degradation & Development 33 (4), 596-610, 2022
152022
Steep-slope viticulture: The effectiveness of micro-water storage in improving the resilience to weather extremes
W Wang, E Straffelini, P Tarolli
Agricultural Water Management 286, 108398, 2023
72023
Heroic viticulture: Environmental and socioeconomic challenges of unique heritage landscapes
P Tarolli, W Wang, A Pijl, S Cucchiaro, E Straffelini
Iscience 26 (7), 2023
12023
44% of steep slope cropland in Europe vulnerable to drought
W Wang, E Straffelini, P Tarolli
Geography and Sustainability 5 (1), 89-95, 2024
2024
Influence of water resource management on runoff trapping under different rainfall events based on remote sense technology in steep-slope agricultural landscapes
W Wang, E Straffelini, P Tarolli
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU22-5092, 2022
2022
Soil and water conservation in terraced and non-terraced cultivations-a massive comparison of 50 vineyards
A Pijl, W Wang, E Straffelini, P Tarolli
2021
Steep-slope cultivated landscapes: towards climate-resilient water resources management
W Wang, A Pijl, P Tarolli
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-2358, 2021
2021
A grand comparison of soil & water conservation in 50 vineyards under 5 different terracing systems
A Pijl, E Straffelini, W Wang, P Tarolli
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-2272, 2021
2021
Future climate change could pose steep-slope agriculture at risk
W Wang, A Pijl, P Tarolli
International Forum on Land Degradation, Soil Conservation and Sustainable …, 2021
2021
Massive evaluation of soil and water conservation in 50 Italian steep-slope vineyards by a systematic remote sensing-based approach.
A Pijl, P Tarolli, E Straffelini, W Wang
International Forum on Land Degradation, Soil Conservation and Sustainable …, 2021
2021
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