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Vegetation structural shift tells environmental changes on the Tibetan Plateau over 40 years 期刊论文
SCIENCE BULLETIN, 2023, 卷号: 68, 期号: 17, 页码: 1928
Authors:  Wang, Yanfen;  Xue, Kai;  Hu, Ronghai;  Ding, Boyang;  Zeng, Hong;  Li, Ruijin;  Xu, Bin;  Pang, Zhe;  Song, Xiaoning;  Li, Congjia;  Du, Jianqing;  Yang, Xiuchun;  Zhang, Zelin;  Hao, Yanbin;  Cui, Xiaoyong;  Guo, Ke;  Gao, Qingzhu;  Zhang, Yangjian;  Zhu, Juntao;  Sun, Jian;  Li, Yaoming;  Jiang, Lili;  Zhou, Huakun;  Luo, Caiyun;  Zhang, Zhenhua;  Gao, Qingbo;  Chen, Shilong;  Ji, Baoming;  Xu, Xingliang;  Chen, Huai;  Li, Qi;  Zhao, Liang;  Xu, Shixiao;  Liu, Yali;  Hu, Linyong;  Wu, Jianshuang;  Yang, Qien;  Dong, Shikui;  He, Jinsheng;  Zhao, Xinquan;  Wang, Shiping;  Piao, Shilong;  Yu, Guirui;  Fu, Bojie
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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: 2020-01-02
Authors:  Ma, Tian;  Dai, Guohua;  Zhu, Shanshan;  Chen, Dima;  Chen, Litong;  Lu, Xiao-Tao;  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  
Distribution of lignin phenols in comparison with plant-derived lipids in the alpine versus temperate grassland soils 期刊论文
PLANT AND SOIL, 2019, 卷号: 439
Authors:  Zhu, Shanshan;  Dai, Guohua;  Ma, Tian;  Chen, Litong;  Chen, Dima;  Lu, Xiaotao;  Wang, Xiaobo;  Zhu, Juntao;  Zhang, Yangjian;  Bai, Yongfei;  Han, Xingguo;  He, Jin-Sheng;  Feng, Xiaojuan
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Biomarker  Stability  Soil organic carbon  Qinghai-Tibetan plateau  Mongolian plateau  
Distribution and Preservation of Root- and Shoot-Derived Carbon Components in Soils Across the Chinese-Mongolian Grasslands 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-BIOGEOSCIENCES, 2019, 卷号: 124, 期号: 2
Authors:  Ma, Tian;  Dai, Guohua;  Zhu, Shanshan;  Chen, Dima;  Chen, Litong;  Lu, Xiaotao;  Wang, Xiaobo;  Zhu, Juntao;  Zhang, Yangjian;  Ma, Wenhong;  He, Jin-Sheng;  Bai, Yongfei;  Han, Xingguo;  Feng, Xiaojuan
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alpine grasslands  temperate grasslands  cutin  suberin  root carbon  incorporation efficiency  
Large-Scale Distribution of Molecular Components in Chinese Grassland Soils: The Influence of Input and Decomposition Processes 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-BIOGEOSCIENCES, 2018, 卷号: 123, 期号: 1, 页码: 239-255
Authors:  Dai, Guohua;  Ma, Tian;  Zhu, Shanshan;  Liu, Zongguang;  Chen, Dima;  Bai, Yongfei;  Chen, Litong;  He, Jin-Sheng;  Zhu, Juntao;  Zhang, Yangjian;  Lue, Xiaotao;  Wang, Xiaobo;  Han, Xingguo;  Feng, Xiaojuan
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Soil Organic Carbon  Biomarker  Qinghai-tibetan Plateau  Inner Mongolia  Aliphatic Lipid  Carbohydrate  
Ecosystem response more than climate variability drives the inter-annual variability of carbon fluxes in three Chinese grasslands 期刊论文
AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY, 2016, 卷号: 225, 页码: 48-56
Authors:  Zhang, Tao;  Zhang, Yangjian;  Xu, Mingjie;  Xi, Yi;  Zhu, Juntao;  Zhang, Xianzhou;  Wang, Yanfen;  Li, Yingnian;  Shi, Peili;  Yu, Guirui;  Sun, Xiaomin
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Ecosystem Response  Carbon Flux  Inter-annual Variability  Driving Force  Grassland  
Lagged climatic effects on carbon fluxes over three grassland ecosystems in China 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF PLANT ECOLOGY, 2015, 卷号: 8, 期号: 3, 页码: 291-302
Authors:  Zhang, Tao;  Xu, Mingjie;  Xi, Yi;  Zhu, Juntao;  Tian, Li;  Zhang, Xianzhou;  Wang, Yanfen;  Li, Yingnian;  Shi, Peili;  Yu, Guirui;  Sun, Xiaomin;  Zhang, Yangjian
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Climate Change  Carbon Flux  Direct Effect  Grasslands  Lagged Effect