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A preliminary investigation of the dynamic characteristics of dried soil layers on the Loess Plateau of China
Serious soil desiccation, resulting from climatic conditions and poor land management, may lead to the formation of a dried soil layer (DSL), which can negatively affect ecological and hydrologicalExpand
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What is more important for enhancing nutrient bioavailability with biochar application into a sandy soil: Direct or indirect mechanism?
As a soil amendment and important bio-resources, biochar has been reported to increases in soil nutrient availability. However, the involved direct or indirect mechanisms are still not clear. InExpand
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Biochar had effects on phosphorus sorption and desorption in three soils with differing acidity
Changes in soil phosphorus (P) availability after biochar application have been reported in a number of glasshouse and field trials. However, the mechanisms underlying these changes remain poorlyExpand
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Modelling net primary productivity of terrestrial ecosystems in East Asia based on an improved CASA ecosystem model
By using a land cover map, normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) data sets, monthly meteorological data and observed net primary productivity (NPP) data, we have improved the method ofExpand
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Dynamic Changes of Sediment Discharge and the Influencing Factors in the Yellow River, China, for the Recent 90 Years
The dynamic changes in the sediment discharge over 90 years from 1919 to 2008 in the Yellow River in China were assessed on the basis of annual rainfall series and annual sediment series in ShanExpand
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Strong plant-soil associations in a heterogeneous subtropical broad-leaved forest
The relative importance of deterministic and neutral processes on community assembly is currently a topic of much debate among ecologists. Analyzing species-environment associations is an effectiveExpand
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Screening Indian Mustard Genotypes for Phytoremediating Arsenic-Contaminated Soils
Ten Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L.) genotypes were screened for their phytoremediation potential for arsenic (As) contaminated water under laboratory-controlled conditions. The genotypes wereExpand
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Recent Advances in Biochar Applications in Agricultural Soils: Benefits and Environmental Implications
Biochar, a by-product of biomass pyrolysis, has been suggested as a mean to combat climate change, and at the same time to achieve agricultural and environmental benefits. As one possible source ofExpand
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Phosphorus release from the soils in the Yellow River Delta: dynamic factors and implications for eco-restoration
Root-released organic acids are reported to increase phosphorus (P) availability in the soil. In this study a dynamic study of P release from soil was conducted to get more exact information of theExpand
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Decomposition of macroalgal blooms influences phosphorus release from the sediments and implications for coastal restoration in Swan Lake, Shandong, China
Green tides (macroalgal blooms) have occurred worldwide frequently in coastal areas during the last few decades, which dramatically modify nutrient recycling in water column and the sediments.Expand
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