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1 Zhang Wei,Zhu X,Luo Y,Rafique, R Responses of nitrous oxide emissions to nitrogen and phosphorus additions in two tropical plantations with N-fixing vs. non-N-fixing tree species. BIOGEOSCIENCES. 2014,11(18):4941-4951.
2 Yan Junhua,Wei Zhang,Keya Wang Responses of CO2, N2O and CH4 fluxes between atmosphere and forest soil to changes in multiple environmental conditions. Global Change Biology. 2014,20:300-312
3 Fu G., Zhang X.Z., Yu C.Q., Shi P.L Response of soil respiration to grazing in an alpine meadow of Tibet at three elevations Scientific World Journal doi:10.1155/2014/265142
4 Junhua Yan*, Wantong Wang,Chuanyan Responses of water yield and dissolved inorganic carbon export to forest recovery in the Houzhai karst basin, southwest China Hydrological Processes. 2014,28:2082-2090
5 Juxiu Liu, Deqiang Zhang, Wenjuan Huang Quantify the loss of major ions induced by CO2 enrichment and nitrogen addition in subtropical model forest ecosystems. Geophys.Res. Biogeosci.. 2014,119(4):676-686.
6 Xiankai Lu, Qinggong Mao, Frank S Nitrogen deposition contributes to soil acidification in tropical ecosystems Global Change Biology. 2014,1-12.
7 Kang Xiaoming Modeling Carbon Fluxes Using Multi-Temporal MODIS Imagery and CO2 Eddy Flux Tower Data in Zoige Alpine Wetland, South-West China Wetlands DOI 10.1007/s13157-014-0529-y
8 Xiuzhi Chen*,Yong Li,Yongxian Su,Liusheng Mapping global surface roughness using AMSR-E passive microwave remote sensing Geoderma. 2014,235-236:308-315.
9 Huajun Fang Low-level nitrogen deposition significantly inhibits methane uptake from an alpine meadow soil on the Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau Geoderma 2014, 213:444-452
10 Honglin He Large-scale estimation and uncertainty analysis of gross primary production in Tibetan alpine grasslands Journal of Geophysical Research 2014, 119(3):466-486.
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