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Song, J., S. Wan*, S. Peng, S. Piao, P. Ciais, X. Han, D.-H. Zeng, G. Cao, Q. Wang, W. Bai, and L. Liu. The carbon sequestration potential of China’s grasslands. Ecosphere. Accepted manuscript.

Lei, L., J. Xia, X. Li, K. Huang, A. Zhang, S. Chen, E. Weng, Y. Luo, and S. Wan. 2018. Water response of ecosystem respiration regulates future projection of net ecosystem productivity in a semiarid grassland. Agricultural and Forest Meterology 252:175-191.

Du, Y., H. Han, Y. Wang, M. Zhong, D. Hui, S. Niu, and S. Wan. 2018. Plant functional groups regulate soil respiration responses to nitrogen addition and mowing over a decade. Functional Ecology 32: 1117-1127.

Ru, J., Y. Zhou, D. Hui, M. Zheng, and S. Wan. 2018. Shifts of precipitation peaks in growing seasons decrease soil respiration in a semiarid grassland. Global Change Biology 24:1001-1011.

Song, J., Y. Hui, C. Yu, Q. Zhang, Y. Zhou, Y. Li, X. Liu, L. Zhu, D. Hui, and S. Wan*. 2017. Carbon balance under four double-season cropping systems in North China Plain. Plant and Soil 421:319-336.

Han, H., D. Yue, D. Hui, L. Jiang, M. Zhong, and S. Wan. 2017. Long-term antagonistic effect of increased precipitation and nitrogen addition on soil respiration in a semiarid stepp. Ecology and Evolution 7:10804–10814.

Miao, Y., H. Han, Y. Du, Q. Zhang, L. Jiang, D. Hui, and S. Wan. 2017. Nonlinear responses of soilrespiration to precipitation changes in a semiarid temperate steppe. Scientific Reports 7:45782

张克胜万师强、朴世龙、刘玲莉. 2017. 中国防沙治沙事业进展. IEEE Spectrum.

Li, G., H. Han, Y. Du, D. Hui, J. Xia, S. Niu, X. Li, and S. Wan. 2017. Effects of warming and increased precipitation on net ecosystem productivity: A long-term manipulative experiment in a semi-arid grassland. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 232:359-366.

Yang, Z., Q. Zhang, F. Su, C. Zhang, Z. Pu, J. Xia, S. Wan, L. Jiang. 2017. Daytime warming lowers community temporal stability by reducing the abundance of dominant, stable species. Global Change Biology 23:154–163.

Liu, Y., S. Liu, S. Wan, J. Wang, H. Wang, and K. Liu. 2017. Effects of experimental throughfall reduction and soil warming on fine root biomass and its decomposition in a warm temperate oak forest. Science of The Total Environment 574:1448-1455.

Zhao, C., Y. Miao, C. Yu, L. Zhu, F. Wang, L. Jiang, D. Hui, and S. Wan*.2016.Soil microbial community composition and respiration along an experimental precipitation gradient in a semiarid steppe. Scientific Reports 6:24317

Yang, Z., L. Jiang, F. Su, Q. Zhang, J. Xia, and S. Wan.2016. Nighttime warming enhances drought of plant communities in a temperate steppe. Scientific Reports 6:23267

Song, M., X. Li, S. Jing, L. Lei, J. Wang, and S. Wan. 2016. Responses of soil nematodes to water and nitrogen additions in an old-field grassland. Applied Soil Ecology 102: 53-60.

Song H., K. Zhang, S. Piao, S. Wan. 2016. Spatial and temporal variations of spring dust emissions in northern China over the last 30 years. Atmospheric Environment 126: 117-127.

Song, J., D. Wu, P. Shao, D. Hui, and S. Wan*. 2015. Ecosystem carbon exchange in response to locust outbreaks in a temperate steppe. Oecologia 178: 579-590.  

Song, M., S. Jing, Y. Zhou, Y. Hui, F. Wang, D. Hui, L. Jiang, and S. Wan*. 2015. Dynamics of soil nematode communities in wheat fields under different nitrogen management in Northern China Plain. European Journal of Soil Biology 71:13-20.  


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