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Responses of root exudation and nutrient cycling to grazing intensities and recovery practices in an alpine meadow: An implication for pasture management 期刊论文
PLANT AND SOIL, 2017, 卷号: 416, 期号: 1-2, 页码: 515-525
Authors:  Sun, Geng;  Zhu-Barker, Xia;  Chen, Dongming;  Liu, Lin;  Zhang, Nannan;  Shi, Changguang;  He, Liping;  Lei, Yanbao
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Grazing Intensities  Microbial Activity  Nitrogen Mineralization  Recovery  Root Exudation  
Biotic and abiotic controls in determining exceedingly variable responses of ecosystem functions to extreme seasonal precipitation in a mesophytic alpine grassland 期刊论文
AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY, 2016, 卷号: 228, 页码: 180-190
Authors:  Sun, Geng;  Wang, Zhiyuan;  Zhu-Barker, Xia;  Zhang, Nannan;  Wu, Ning;  Liu, Lin;  Lei, Yanbao
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Extreme Precipitation  Seasonality  Biomass Accumulation And Allocation  Resistance Arid Resilience  Nutrient Cycling  Mesophytic Alpine Grassland  
Unpalatable weed Stellera chamaejasme L. provides biotic refuge for neighboring species and conserves plant diversity in overgrazing alpine meadows on the Tibetan Plateau in China 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF MOUNTAIN SCIENCE, 2014, 卷号: 11, 期号: 3, 页码: 746-754
Authors:  Cheng Wei;  Sun Geng;  Du Lin-fang;  Wu Yan;  Zheng Qun-ying;  Zhang Hong-xuan;  Liu Lin;  Wu Ning
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SteL.era Chamaejasme L.  Facilitation  Unpalatable Weed  Alpine Meadow  Tibetan Plateau  
A Study of Soil-dynamics Based on a Simulated Drought in an Alpine Meadow on the Tibetan Plateau 期刊论文
Journal of Mountain Science, 2013, 卷号: 10, 期号: 5, 页码: 833-844
Authors:  WANG Zhi-yuan;  SUN Geng;  LUO Peng;  MOU Cheng-xiang;  WANG Jun
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Extreme Weather Event  Soil Enzyme  Microbial Biomass  Nutrient Availability  
THE EFFECT OF HABITAT ON METHANE EMISSION FROM AN ALPINE WETLAND 期刊论文
POLISH JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY, 2009, 卷号: 57, 期号: 2, 页码: 377-381
Authors:  Chen, Huai;  Wu, Ning;  Gao, Yongheng;  Yao, Shouping;  Wang, Yangen;  Tian, Jianqing;  Sun, Geng;  Yuan, Xingzhong
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Methane Fluxes  Habitat Effects  Water Table  Plant Height  Alpine Meadow  Phenology  Redox Potential