Guangjie Chen

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Humans have more than doubled the amount of reactive nitrogen (Nr) added to the biosphere, yet most of what is known about its accumulation and ecological effects is derived from studies of heavily populated regions. Nitrogen (N) stable isotope ratios ((15)N:(14)N) in dated sediments from 25 remote Northern Hemisphere lakes show a coherent signal of an(More)
Heavy metal pollution is now widely recognized to pose severe health and environmental threats, yet much of what is known concerning its adverse impacts on ecosystem health is derived from short-term ecotoxicological studies. Due to the frequent absence of long-term monitoring data, little is known of the long-tem ecological consequences of pollutants such(More)
We present a new hybridized rigid-elastic multiresolution algorithm of registration for medical image. The rigid deformation is achieved by a global affine transformation function composed of B-spline, in which the knots of B-spline are the four vertexes of the medical image. If we increase the quantity of the knots of the B-spline along the X and Y(More)
The domestication of cattle is generally accepted to have taken place in two independent centres: around 10,500 years ago in the Near East, giving rise to modern taurine cattle, and two millennia later in southern Asia, giving rise to zebu cattle. Here we provide firmly dated morphological and genetic evidence for early Holocene management of taurine cattle(More)
Microbes are key components of aquatic ecosystems and play crucial roles in global biogeochemical cycles. However, the spatiotemporal dynamics of planktonic microbial community composition in riverine ecosystems are still poorly understood. In this study, we used denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis of PCR-amplified 16S and 18S rRNA gene fragments and(More)
Observational data from the past century have highlighted the importance of interdecadal modes of variability in fish population dynamics, but how these patterns of variation fit into a broader temporal and spatial context remains largely unknown. We analyzed time series of stable nitrogen isotopes from the sediments of 20 sockeye salmon nursery lakes(More)
Sediments from Xinyun Lake in central Yunnan, southwest China, provide a record of environmental history since the Holocene. With the application of multi-proxy indicators (total organic carbon (TOC), total nitrogen (TN), δ13C and δ15N isotopes, C/N ratio, grain size, magnetic susceptibility (MS) and CaCO3 content), as well as accelerator mass spectrometry(More)
Based on the analyses results of the major and trace elements of the acid soluble (AS) and insoluble (AI) fractions of the Shell Bar section from the Qaidam Basin(QB) in the NE Tibetan Plateau(TP), and the correlations between the related elements and their ratios, the depositional environment of the section was discussed. The results show that the major(More)
In the end of last century, there was a leap in the technological quality of radiotherapy, which is incarnated in three new technologies: Stereotactic radiation surgery (SRS), three-dimensional conformal radiation therapy (3D-CRT) and intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT). However, the achievement of these technologies has a close relationship with(More)
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