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Subsoil organic carbon turnover is dominantly controlled by soil properties in grasslands across China 期刊论文
CATENA, 2021, 卷号: 207, 页码: 10
Authors:  Shi, Yuehong;  Tang, Xiaolu;  Yu, Peng;  Xu, Li;  Chen, Guo;  Cao, Longxi;  Song, Ci;  Cai, Chunju;  Li, Jingji
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Climate  Soil carbon stock  Subsoil carbon turnover  Soil properties  Structural equation model  
Vertical variations in plant- and microbial-derived carbon components in grassland soils 期刊论文
PLANT AND SOIL, 2020, 卷号: 446, 期号: 1-2, 页码: 441-455
Authors:  Ma, Tian;  Dai, Guohua;  Zhu, Shanshan;  Chen, Dima;  Chen, Litong;  Lu, Xiaotao;  Wang, Xiaobo;  Zhu, Juntao;  Zhang, Yangjian;  He, Jin-Sheng;  Bai, Yongfei;  Han, Xingguo;  Feng, Xiaojuan
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Deep soils  Distribution patterns  Preservation mechanisms  Soil organic carbon  Chinese-Mongolian grasslands  
Decreased temporary turnover of bacterial communities along soil depth gradient during a 35-year grazing exclusion period in a semiarid grassland 期刊论文
GEODERMA, 2019, 卷号: 351, 页码: 49-58
Authors:  Zhang, Chao;  Li, Jing;  Wang, Jie;  Liu, Guobin;  Wang, Guoliang;  Guo, Liang;  Peng, Shouzhang
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Grazing exclusion  Bacterial diversity  Temporal turnover  Metabolic function, soil depth  
基于遥感和作物生长模型的黄河三角洲冬小麦生产力研究 学位论文
博士: 中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所, 2016
Authors:  褚琳
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温度梯度下森林土壤有机碳分解的敏感性及激发效应 学位论文
硕士: 中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所, 2016
Authors:  刘倩愿
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Aggregate size and glucose level affect priming sources: A three-source-partitioning study SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Tian J.;  Pausch, J.;  Yu, G. R.;  Blagodatskaya, E.;  Kuzyakov, Y.
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Aggregate size classes  Priming effect  Isotopic approach  C-14-labeled  glucose  C-3/C-4 vegetation change  C sequestration  soil organic-matter  carbon mineralization rates  microbial biomass-c  stabilization mechanisms  community structure  fractions  decomposition  turnover  pools  availability  
Nitrogen competition between three dominant plant species and microbes in a temperate grassland SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Ouyang S. N.;  Tian, Y. Q.;  Liu, Q. Y.;  Zhang, L.;  Wang, R. X.;  Xu, X. L.
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Inorganic N  Microbes  N-15  Root N uptake  Temperate grassland  amino-acids  soil-microorganisms  organic-nitrogen  inorganic nitrogen  alpine meadow  n forms  acquisition  ecosystem  tundra  roots  
Bacterial community dissimilarity between the surface and subsurface soils equals horizontal differences over several kilometers in the western Tibetan Plateau SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Chu H. Y.;  Sun, H. B.;  Tripathi, B. M.;  Adams, J. M.;  Huang, R.;  Zhang, Y. J.;  Shi, Y.
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ribosomal-rna genes  microbial communities  phylogenetic structure  california grassland  continental-scale  plant diversity  beta-diversity  organic-carbon  biogeography  forest  
Nitrogen acquisition strategies used by Leymus chinensis and Stipa grandis in temperate steppes SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Wang R. X.;  Tian, Y. Q.;  Ouyang, S. N.;  Xu, X. L.;  Xu, F. Z.;  Zhang, Y.
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Organic nitrogen  Nitrogen acquisition strategies  Life form  Monodominant community  Temperate steppes  perennial ranunculus-repens  organic-nitrogen  soil microbes  ectomycorrhizal plants  niche complementarity  local specialization  population-dynamics  inorganic nitrogen  mycorrhizal fungi  root  competition  
Differential responses of needle and branch order-based root decay to nitrogen addition: dominant effects of acid-unhydrolyzable residue and microbial enzymes SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Kou L.;  Chen, W. W.;  Zhang, X. Y.;  Gao, W. L.;  Yang, H.;  Li, D. D.;  Li, S. G.
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Decomposition  Fine Root  Foliage  Microorganism  Nitrogen Deposition  Organic-matter  Forest Ecosystems  Leaf-litter  Decomposition Rates  Chinese Temperate  Soil  Carbon  Deposition  Climate  Stabilization