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Plant and soil elemental C:N:P ratios are linked to soil microbial diversity during grassland restoration on the Loess Plateau, China 期刊论文
SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2022, 卷号: 806, 页码: 11
Authors:  Yang, Yang;  Liu, Hao;  Yang, Xuan;  Yao, Hongjia;  Deng, Xiaoqian;  Wang, Yunqiang;  An, Shaoshan;  Kuzyakov, Yakov;  Chang, Scott X.
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Elemental balance  Soil microorganism  Bacterial and fungal diversity  High-throughput sequencing  Structural equation modeling  
Anthropogenic Influences on Heavy Precipitation during the 2019 Extremely Wet Rainy Season in Southern China 期刊论文
BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY, 2021, 卷号: 102, 期号: 1, 页码: S103-S109
Authors:  Li, Rouke;  Li, Delei;  Nanding, Nergui;  Wang, Xuan;  Fan, Xuewei;  Chen, Yang;  Tian, Fangxing;  Tett, Simon F. B.;  Dong, Buwen;  Lott, Fraser C.
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Characterizations of PM2.5-bound organic compounds and associated potential cancer risks on cooking emissions from dominated types of commercial restaurants in northwestern China 期刊论文
CHEMOSPHERE, 2020, 卷号: 261, 页码: 9
Authors:  Xu, Hongmei;  Ta, Weiyuan;  Yang, Lin;  Feng, Rong;  He, Kailai;  Shen, Zhenxing;  Meng, Zhaojun;  Zhang, Ningning;  Li, Yaqi;  Zhang, Yue;  Lu, Jiaqi;  Li, Xuan;  Qu, Linli;  Ho, Steven Sai Hang;  Cao, Junji
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Cooking emission  PM2.5  Organic markers  Carcinogenic risk  Commercial restaurants  
Anthropogenic Influences on 2019 July Precipitation Extremes Over the Mid-Lower Reaches of the Yangtze River 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 2020, 卷号: 8, 页码: 6
Authors:  Nanding, Nergui;  Chen, Yang;  Wu, Huan;  Dong, Buwen;  Tian, Fangxing;  Lott, Fraser C.;  Tett, Simon F. B.;  Rico-Ramirez, Miguel Angel;  Chen, Yiheng;  Huang, Zhijun;  Yan, Yan;  Li, Delei;  Li, Rouke;  Wang, Xuan;  Fan, Xuewei
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precipitation extreme events  climate change  Yangtze (Changjiang) catchment  attribution studies  anthropogenic influence