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Keyword(s) of Area of Expertise:
- climate change
- carbon and nitrogen coupling cycle
1) Zhang QY, Wang QF*, Zhu JX, Xu L, Chen Z, Xiao JF, He NP. 2020. Spatiotemporal variability, source apportionment, and acid-neutralizing capacity of atmospheric wet base-cation deposition in China. Environmental Pollution, 262: 114335
2) Xu ZW, Yu GR*, Wang QF*, Zhang XY, Wang RL, Zhao N, He NP, Liu ZP. 2019. Plant functional traits determine latitudinal variations in soil microbial function: evidence from forests in China. Biogeosciences, 16: 3333-3349
3) Zhang QY, Wang QF*, Xu L, Zhu JX, He NP*. 2018. Monthly dynamics of atmospheric wet nitrogen deposition on different spatial scales in China. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 25:24417-24425.
4) Yu HL, He NP, Wang QF*, Zhu JX, Gao Y, Zhang YH, Jia YL, Yu GR. 2017. Development of atmospheric acid deposition in China from the 1990s to the 2010s. Environmental Pollution, 231: 182-190.
5) Zhu JX#, Wang QF#, He NP*, Smith MD, Elser JJ. Du JQ, Yuan GF, Yu GR, Yu Q*. 2016. Imbalanced atmospheric nitrogen and phosphorus depositions in China: Implications for nutrient limitation. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 121: 1605-1616.
6) Zhu JX, Wang QF*, Yu HL, Li ML, He NP*. 2016. Heavy metal deposition through rainfall in Chinese natural terrestrial ecosystems: Evidences from national-scale network monitoring. Chemosphere, 164: 128-133.
7) Yu HL, He NP*, Wang QF*, Zhu JX, Xu L, Zhu ZL, Yu GR. 2016. Wet acid deposition in Chinese natural and agricultural ecosystems: Evidence from national-scale monitoring. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 121, 10995-11005. DOI: 10.1002/2015JD02441
8) Wang QF, Zheng H, Zhu XJ, Yu GR*. 2015. Primary estimation of Chinese terrestrial carbon sequestration during 2001-2010. Science Bulletin, 60(6): 577-590.
9) Zhu JX, He NP*, Wang QF*, Yuan GF, Wen D, Yu GR, Jia YL. 2015. The composition, spatial patterns, and influencing factors of atmospheric wet nitrogen deposition in Chinese terrestrial ecosystems. Science of the Total Environment, 511: 777-785.
10) Zheng H, Wang QF*, Zhu XJ, Li YN, Yu GR*. 2014. Hysteresis Responses of Evapotranspiration to Meteorological Factors at a Diel Timescale: Patterns and Causes. PLoS ONE 9(6): e98857. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0098857
11) Wang QF, Niu D, Yu GR*, Ren CY, Wen XF, Chen JM, Ju WM. 2005. Simulating the exchanges of CO2, water vapor and heat over Changbai Mountains temperate broad-leaved Korean pine forest ecosystem. Science in China, Ser.D, 48, supp. I: 148-159.