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Temperature sensitivity of soil respiration to nitrogen and phosphorous fertilization: Does soil initial fertility matter? 期刊论文
GEODERMA, 2018, 卷号: 325, 页码: 172-182
Authors:  Sun, Qiqi;  Wang, Rui;  Wang, Ying;  Du, Lanlan;  Zhao, Man;  Gao, Xin;  Hu, Yaxian;  Guo, Shengli
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Soil fertility  NP fertilization  Q(10)  Soil respiration  
Soil fertility increases rapidly during the 6-10 yr following conversion of cropland to grassland in China's Loess Plateau region 期刊论文
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE, 2018, 卷号: 98, 期号: 3, 页码: 531-541
Authors:  Zhang, Qingyin;  Shao, Ming'an
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soil property  cropland  grassland  soil fertility dynamics  Loess Plateau  
Projection of population structure in China using least squares support vector machine in conjunction with a Leslie matrix model 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF FORECASTING, 2018, 卷号: 37, 期号: 2, 页码: 225-234
Authors:  Li, Shuang;  Yang, Zewei;  Li, Hongsheng;  Shu, Guangwen
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fertility rate  Leslie matrix model  ls-SVM  mortality rate  population structure  
Simulating greenhouse gas emissions and stocks of carbon and. nitrogen in soil from a long-term no-till system in the North China Plain 期刊论文
SOIL & TILLAGE RESEARCH, 2018, 卷号: 178, 页码: 32-40
Authors:  Zhang, XB;  Sun, ZG;  Liu, J;  Ouyang, Z;  Wu, LH
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Crop yield  Soil fertility  No tillage  Greenhouse gases  SPACSYS  
Response of alpine soils to nitrogen addition on the Tibetan Plateau: A meta-analysis 期刊论文
APPLIED SOIL ECOLOGY, 2017, 卷号: 114, 页码: 99-104
Authors:  Fu, G;  Shen, ZX
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Inorganic fertilizer  Microbial biomass  pH  Response ratio  Soil fertility  
Organic Cultivation of Jasmine and Tea Increases Carbon Sequestration by Changing Plant and Soil Stoichiometry SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Wang W. Q.;  Min, Q. W.;  Sardans, J.;  Wang, C.;  Asensio, D.;  Bartrons, M.;  Penuelas, J.
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conventional cultivation  matter  quality  systems  clay  potassium  fertility  stability  yield  
Effects of enhancing soil organic carbon sequestration in the topsoil by fertilization on crop productivity and stability: Evidence from long-term experiments with wheat-maize cropping systems in China SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Zhang X. B.;  Sun, N.;  Wu, L. H.;  Xu, M. G.;  Bingham, I. J.;  Li, Z. F.
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Soil organic carbon  Yield  Yield stability  Manure application  Straw  return  China  yield stability  total nitrogen  matter content  winter-wheat  no-tillage  manure  management  fertility  quality  amendments  
Latitudinal variation of leaf morphological traits from species to communities along a forest transect in eastern China SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Wang R. L.;  Yu, G. R.;  He, N. P.;  Wang, Q. F.;  Zhao, N.;  Xu, Z. W.
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latitudinal pattern  leaf morphological trait  community weighted mean  forest ecosystem  North-South Transect of Eastern China  spatial scales  plant  area  distributions  fertility  predictor  gradient  climate  mass  
Uncertainties in predicting rice yield by current crop models under a wide range of climatic conditions SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Li T.;  Hasegawa, T.;  Yin, X. Y.;  Zhu, Y.;  Boote, K.;  Adam, M.;  Bregaglio, S.;  Buis, S.;  Confalonieri, R.;  Fumoto, T.;  Gaydon, D.;  Marcaida, M.;  Nakagawa, H.;  Oriol, P.;  Ruane, A. C.;  Ruget, F.;  Singh, B.;  Singh, U.;  Tang, L.;  Tao, F. L.;  Wilkens, P.;  Yoshida, H.;  Zhang, Z.;  Bouman, B.
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Agmip  Climate Change  Crop-model Ensembles  Oryza Sativa  Yield  Prediction Uncertainty  Air Co2 Enrichment  High-temperature Stress  Elevated Co2  Spikelet  Fertility  Night Temperature  Carbon-dioxide  Growth  Sterility  Face  Productivity  
Below-ground competition drives the self-thinning process of Stipa purpurea populations in northern Tibet SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Zhu J. T.;  Jiang, L.;  Zhang, Y. J.;  Jiang, Y. B.;  Tao, J.;  Tian, L.;  Zhang, T.;  Xi, Y.
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Above-ground biomass  Below-ground biomass  Competition  Density  dependence  Harsh environments  Population self-thinning  Precipitation  gradient  positive interactions  density relationship  shoot ratios  communities  diversity  gradient  plants  grasslands  fertility  substrate