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Conversion of winter flooded rice paddy planting to rice-wheat rotation decreased methane emissions during the rice-growing seasons 期刊论文
SOIL & TILLAGE RESEARCH, 2020, 卷号: 198, 页码: 104490
Authors:  Xu, Peng;  Zhou, Wei;  Jiang, Mengdie;  Shaaban, Muhammad;  Zhou, Minghua;  Zhu, Bo;  Ren, Xiaojing;  Jiang, Yanbin;  Hu, Ronggui
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Winter-flooded rice paddy  Rice-wheat rotation  CH4 emission  Soil temperature  Floodwater depth  Soil carbon and nitrogen  
Carbon budget and greenhouse gas balance during the initial years after rice paddy conversion to vegetable cultivation 期刊论文
SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2018, 卷号: 627, 页码: 46-56
Authors:  Wu, Lei;  Wu, Xian;  Lin, Shan;  Wu, Yupeng;  Tang, Shuirong;  Zhou, Minghua;  Shaaban, Muhammad;  Zhao, Jinsong;  Hu, Ronggui;  Kuzyakov, Yakov;  Wu, Jinshui
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Land-use conversion  Net ecosystem carbon budget  CH4  N2O  Greenhouse gas balance  
Decrease in the annual emissions of CH4 and N2O following the initial land management change from rice to vegetable production 期刊论文
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH, 2018, 卷号: 25, 期号: 13, 页码: 13014-13025
Authors:  Wu, Lei;  Wu, Xian;  Shaaban, Muhammad;  Zhou, Minghua;  Zhao, Jinsong;  Hu, Ronggui
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Land management change  CH4  N2O  Rice paddy  Vegetable field  
Substantial N2O emission during the initial period of the wheat season due to the conversion of winter-flooded paddy to rice-wheat rotation 期刊论文
ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 2017, 卷号: 170, 页码: 269-278
Authors:  Zhou, Wei;  Lin, Shan;  Wu, Lei;  Zhao, Jingsong;  Wang, Milan;  Zhu, Bo;  Mo, Yongliang;  Hu, Ronggui;  Chadwick, Dave;  Shaaban, Muhammad
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Winter-flooded paddy  Rice-wheat rotation  N2O emission  Water-filled pore space  Dissolved organic carbon