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Effects of biochar application on soil greenhouse gas fluxes: a meta‐analysis
Biochar application to soils may increase carbon (C) sequestration due to the inputs of recalcitrant organic C. However, the effects of biochar application on the soil greenhouse gas (GHG) fluxesExpand
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Grazing intensity significantly affects belowground carbon and nitrogen cycling in grassland ecosystems: a meta‐analysis
Livestock grazing activities potentially alter ecosystem carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) cycles in grassland ecosystems. Despite the fact that numerous individual studies and a few meta-analyses had beenExpand
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Interactive effects of global change factors on soil respiration and its components: a meta-analysis.
As the second largest carbon (C) flux between the atmosphere and terrestrial ecosystems, soil respiration (Rs) plays vital roles in regulating atmospheric CO2 concentration ([CO2 ]) and climaticExpand
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Machine-learning the string landscape
Abstract We propose a paradigm to apply machine learning various databases which have emerged in the study of the string landscape. In particular, we establish neural networks as both classifiers andExpand
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Biochar increased soil respiration in temperate forests but had no effects in subtropical forests
Abstract As a climate change mitigation strategy, biochar application to soil has been demonstrated to increase soil carbon (C) sequestration and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emission. AlthoughExpand
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Machine learning Calabi-Yau metrics
We apply machine learning to the problem of finding numerical Calabi-Yau metrics. Building on Donaldson's algorithm for calculating balanced metrics on K\"ahler manifolds, we combine conventionalExpand
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Effects of livestock grazing on grassland carbon storage and release override impacts associated with global climate change
Predicting future carbon (C) dynamics in grassland ecosystems requires knowledge of how grazing and global climate change (e.g., warming, elevated CO2 , increased precipitation, drought, and NExpand
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Different Response Patterns of Soil Respiration to a Nitrogen Addition Gradient in Four Types of Land-Use on an Alluvial Island in China
It has been well documented that nitrogen (N) additions significantly affect soil respiration (Rs) and its components [that is, autotrophic (Ra) and heterotrophic respiration (Rh)] in terrestrialExpand
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Linking Improvement of Soil Structure to Soil Carbon Storage Following Invasion by a C4 Plant Spartina alterniflora
Coastal wetlands are increasingly recognized as important ecosystems for long-term carbon (C) storage. However, how soil aggregation mediates C accumulation and sequestration in these ecosystemsExpand
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Traintracks Through Calabi-Yaus: Amplitudes Beyond Elliptic Polylogarithms
Jacob L. Bourjaily, Yang-Hui He, 3, 4 Andrew J. McLeod, Matt von Hippel, and Matthias Wilhelm Niels Bohr International Academy and Discovery Center, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen,Expand
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