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Eight representative soil profiles were installed on three types of wetland (two profiles on Carex spp. -dominated floodplain, four on Phragmites-dominated floodplain, and two on paddy soil) in Dongting Lake floodplain of China in 2004, and their C, N and P contents, microbial biomass C, N and P, <0.001 mm clay particles, and bulk density were measured. The(More)
MIMO has become a core technology of 5G network to largely improve system throughput. Due to the cost and size of the user equipment (UE), the application of MIMO uplink is limited by the difficulty in practical implementation at the user side. Virtual MIMO has been widely investigated to solve this problem for wireless uplink systems. However, virtual MIMO(More)
Virtual MIMO, also known as Multiuser-MIMO, has been widely investigated to improve data transmission rate of various wireless uplink systems. However, virtual MIMO transmission leads to performance degradation due to the multiuser interference. To obtain good trade-off between the system throughput and transmission performance, we investigate joint user(More)
(2015) An experimental Nakagami distributed noise model for molecular communication channels with no drift. Copyright and reuse: The Warwick Research Archive Portal (WRAP) makes this work by researchers of the University of Warwick available open access under the following conditions. Copyright © and all moral rights to the version of the paper presented(More)
With reddish yellow soil (RYS) and alluvial purple soil (APS), the two typical paddy soils in the Dongting Lake floodplain of China as test soils, an incubation test was conducted at 25 degrees C to study the dynamic changes of soil microbial biomass and dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen under flooded condition. Three treatments were installed, i.e.,(More)
Great achievements have been attained in agricultural production of China, while there are still many difficulties and challenges ahead that call for put more efforts to overcome to guarantee food security and protect environment simultaneously. Analyzing yield gap and nutrient use efficiency will help develop and inform agricultural policies and strategies(More)
Terrestrial carbon (C) sequestration is derived mainly from plant photosysthetically-fixed C deposition but soil organic C (SOC) content in saline soils is generally low due to low deposition of C from restricted plant growth. It is important to explore the effects of soil salinity on the allocation of photosynthetically-fixed C to better understand C(More)
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