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Soil water content determination with cosmic-ray neutron sensor: Correcting aboveground hydrogen effects with thermal/fast neutron ratio
Summary The cosmic-ray neutron sensor (CRNS), which estimates field scale soil water content, bridges the gap between point measurement and remote sensing. The accuracy of CRNS measurements, however,Expand
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Morphological evolution from aquatic to terrestrial in the genus Oreolalax (Amphibia, Anura, Megophryidae)
Abstract A phylogeny of 17 species in the genus Oreolalax is reconstructed based on 21 morphological characters from adult specimens, skeleton specimens, tadpoles and eggs. Four species groups areExpand
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Effects of Rainfall Harvesting and Mulching on Corn Yield and Water Use in the Corn Belt of Northeast China
The Corn Belt of Northeast China is the most important corn production area in China, accounting for 30% of the total corn production. However, seasonal drought conditions limit local cornExpand
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Simulation of Overwinter Soil Water and Soil Temperature with SHAW and RZ‐SHAW
Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 76:1548–1563 doi:10.2136/sssaj2011.0434 Received 16 Dec. 2011. *Corresponding author (zizhong@cau.edu.cn). © Soil Science Society of America, 5585 Guilford Rd., Madison WI 53711Expand
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A NEW GENUS AND TWO NEW SPECIES OF CICADELLINAE FROM CHINA (HEMIPTERA: CICADELLIDAE), WITH A KEY TO THE CHINESE GENERA OF CICADELLINAE
Abstract Processina n. gen., belonging to the Cicadellinae (Cicadellidae), is described to contain two new species P. dashahensis n. sp. and P. taiwanana n. sp., collected from Guizhou Province andExpand
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DESCRIPTIONS OF TWO NEW SPECIES OF DELPHACIDAE ATTACKING BAMBOO FROM CHINA (HOMOPTETA: FULGOROIDEA)
In this paper, two new species infesting bamboo in Southwest of China are described and illustrated, Bambusiphaga maculata Chen et Li sp. nov. and Epeurysa jiangjinensis Chen et Chiang sp. nov.,Expand
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Modeling Soil Type Effects to Improve Rainfed Corn Yields in Northeast China
Understanding how soil type in the Corn Belt of Northeast China affects both the potential yield of a rainfed crop [Yp(r)] and the yield gap [YG(r)] between Yp(r) and the water non-limiting potentialExpand
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Effects of alfalfa intercropping on crop yield, water use efficiency, and overall economic benefit in the Corn Belt of Northeast China
Abstract The proper choice of a planting pattern is a key issue in the Corn Belt of Northeast China (CBNC) for national grain security and increasing the incomes of farmers. Field experiments wereExpand
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