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  •   Subtropical ecosystems are receiving unprecedented changes in temperature as consequence of anthropogenic activities, which potentially affects soil respiration (Rs) and carbon (C) sequestration. Due to the large amounts of C store and cycle in subtropical forests, investigations about how R...

  •   Over the past few decades, several national-scale agricultural droughts have occurred in China. Research suggests that this kind of extreme droughts is expected to become more frequent and more severe in the future as a result of anthropogenic climate change. However, the causes of drought a...

  •   Nonstructural carbohydrates (NSCs) play a crucial role in xylem formation and represent, with water, the main constraint toplant growth.
      Prof. HUANG Jianguo and his cooperators assessed the relationships between xylogenesis and NSCs in order to verify the variance explained by NSCs and d...

  •   Elevated anthropogenic acid deposition can significantly affect forest ecosystem functioning by changing soil pH, nutrient balance, and chemical leaching and so on. These effects generally differ among different forests, and the mechanisms for those observed responses often vary, depending o...

  •   Dr. Hui Dafeng, the professor of Tennessee State University, USA, together with Dr. Deng Qi, at the invitation of Prof. Zhang Deqiang, visited SCBG for scientific research cooperation from 27 to 31 May.
      Prof. Hui firstly made a visit to the simulated warming plot at Dinghushan Nature Res...
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