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Fluxes, Inventory and Mitigation of agricultural GHGs

Date: 2014-12-16

Fluxes, Inventory and Mitigation of agricultural GHGs

The research interests in the field of soil C/N cycling and global change included: Soil carbon and nitrogen mechanism and processes of GHGs fluxes; modeling and inventory of GHGs in Chinese croplands, particularly cropland soil C sequestration, CH4 from rice paddies and N2O emissions from croplands; mitigating potential of agricultural management for GWPs; as well as response and adaptation of agriculture to climate change.

Selected Publications:

1. Shang Q.Y., Yang X.X., Gao C.M., Wu P.P., Liu J.J., Xu Y.C., Shen Q.R., Zou J.W. Guo S.W. 2011. Net annual global warming potential and greenhouse gas intensity in Chinese double rice-cropping systems: a 3-year measurement in long-term fertilizer experiments. Global Change Biology, 17: 2196-2210.
2. Chen S.T., Huang Y., Zou J.W., Shen Q.R., Hu Z.H., Qin Y.M., Chen H.S., Pan G.X. 2010. Modeling interannual variability of global soil respiration from climate and soil properties. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 150: 590-605.
3. Zou J.W., Huang Y., Qin Y., Liu S.W., Pan G.X., Shen Q.R., Lu Y.Y., Liu Q.H. 2009. Changes in fertilizer-induced direct N2O emissions from paddy fields during rice growing season in China between 1950s and 1990s. Global Change Biology, 15: 229-242.
4. Liao Q., Zhang X., Li Z., Pan G.X. 2009. Increase in soil organic carbon stock over the last two decades in China’s Jiangsu Province. Global Change Biology, 15: 861-875.
5. Xiong Z.Q., Khalil M.A.K., Xing G. 2009. Isotopic signatures and concentration profiles of nitrous oxide in a rice-based ecosystem during the drained crop-growing season. Journal of Geophysical Research, 114: G02012.
6. Zou, J.W., Huang, Y., Jiang, J.Y., Zheng X.H. 2005. A 3-year field measurement of CH4 and N2O emissions from rice paddies in China: Effects of water regime, crop residue and fertilizer application. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 19(2): GB2021.
7. Pan G., Li L.Q., Wu L.. 2004. Storage and sequestration potential of topsoil organic carbon in China’s paddy soils. Global Change Biology, 10: 79-92.