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Organic fertilizer reduced carbon and nitrogen in runoff and buffered soil acidification in tea plantations: Evidence in nutrient contents and isotope fractionations 期刊论文
Authors:  Xie, Shaowen;  Yang, Fen;  Feng, Hanxiao;  Yu, Zhenzhen;  Liu, Chengshuai;  Wei, Chaoyang;  Liang, Tao
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Tea plantation  Compound fertilizer  Rapeseed cake organic fertilizer  Runoff water  Carbon and nitrogen isotopes  
Litter affects CO2 emission from alpine wetland soils experiencing drying-rewetting cycles with different intensities and frequencies 期刊论文
CATENA, 2021, 卷号: 198, 页码: 10
Authors:  Liang, Chen;  Ding, Yan;  Yue, Yi;  Zhang, Xiao-Ya;  Song, Ming-Hua;  Gao, Jun-Qin;  Yu, Fei-Hai
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Alpine soil  Greenhouse gas emission  Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau  Soil carbon  Soil moisture  Soil nitrogen  
Organic nitrogen addition causes decoupling of microbial nitrogen cycles by stimulating gross nitrogen transformation in a temperate forest soil 期刊论文
GEODERMA, 2021, 卷号: 385, 页码: 9
Authors:  Lu, Mingzhu;  Cheng, Shulan;  Fang, Huajun;  Xu, Meng;  Yang, Yan;  Li, Yuna;  Zhang, Jinbo;  Mueller, Christoph
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Organic N deposition  Gross N transformations  N-15 tracing model  Microbial group abundances  Temperate needle-broadleaved mixed forest  
Grazing exclusion alters ecological stoichiometry of plant and soil in degraded alpine grassland 期刊论文
Authors:  Du, Chenjun;  Gao, Yongheng
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Fencing  Plant recovery  Dynamic  Soil nutrient  Tibetan Plateau  
Effects of N deposition on the quality and quantity of soil organic matter in a boreal forest: Contrasting roles of ammonium and nitrate 期刊论文
CATENA, 2021, 卷号: 198, 页码: 9
Authors:  Geng, Jing;  Fang, Huajun;  Cheng, Shulan;  Pei, Jie
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Soil organic matter  Ammonium fertilization  Nitrate fertilization  Pyrolysis-gas chromatography/mass spectrometry  Boreal forest  
Soil prokaryotic community structure and co-occurrence patterns on the fragmented Chinese Loess Plateau: Effects of topographic units of a soil eroding catena 期刊论文
CATENA, 2021, 卷号: 198, 页码: 9
Authors:  Wang, Rui;  Hu, Yaxian;  Khan, Asif;  Du, Lanlan;  Wang, Ying;  Hou, Fangbin;  Guo, Shengli
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Soil prokaryotes diversity  Soil prokaryotes function  Co-occurrences  Nutrient content  Soil-eroding catena  
Response of soil respiration to nitrogen fertilization: Evidence from a 6-year field study of croplands 期刊论文
GEODERMA, 2021, 卷号: 384, 页码: 9
Authors:  Yan, Weiming;  Zhong, Yangquanwei;  Liu, Jin;  Shangguan, Zhouping
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Nitrogen fertilization  Soil respiration  Respiration components  Q(10)  C emission  Farmland ecosystem  
Trade-off analyses of plant biomass and soil moisture relations on the Loess Plateau 期刊论文
CATENA, 2021, 卷号: 197, 页码: 9
Authors:  Su, Bingqian;  Su, Zhuoxia;  Shangguan, Zhouping
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Aboveground biomass  Belowground biomass  Soil moisture  Root mean square deviation  Loess Plateau  
Bacterial richness is negatively related to potential soil multifunctionality in a degraded alpine meadow 期刊论文
ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS, 2021, 卷号: 121, 页码: 10
Authors:  Wang, Jie;  Wang, Xiangtao;  Liu, Guobin;  Zhang, Chao;  Wang, Guoliang
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Alpine meadow  Degradation  Bacterial diversity  Potential soil multifunctionality  
Leaf Multi-Element Network Reveals the Change of Species Dominance Under Nitrogen Deposition 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE, 2021, 卷号: 12, 页码: 11
Authors:  Zhang, Jiahui;  Ren, Tingting;  Yang, Junjie;  Xu, Li;  Li, Mingxu;  Zhang, Yunhai;  Han, Xingguo;  He, Nianpeng
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co-vary  nitrogen addition  plasticity  species dominance  steppe  climate change