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Soil functions and ecosystem services research in the Chinese karst Critical Zone

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  1. 2019
  2. Published

    Using δ13C to reveal the importance of different water transport pathways in two nested karst basins, Southwest China

    Hao, Z., Gao, Y., Ma, M., Green, S. M., Wang, J., Song, X., Dungait, J. A. J., Johnes, P. J., Xiong, B., Quine, T. A., Sun, X., Wen, X. & He, N., 1 Apr 2019, In : Journal of Hydrology. 571, p. 425-436 12 p.

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  3. 2017
  4. Published

    Ecosystem service delivery in Karst landscapes: anthropogenic perturbation and recovery

    Quine, T., Guo, D., Green, S. M., Tu, C., Hartley, I., Zhang, X., Dungait, J., Wen, X., Song, Z., Liu, H., Buss, H., Barrows, T., Evershed, R., Johnes, P. & Meersmans, J., 1 Sep 2017, In : Acta Geochimica. 36, 3, p. 416-420 5 p.

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  5. Published

    The importance of non-carbonate mineral weathering as a soil formation mechanism within a karst weathering profile in the SPECTRA Critical Zone Observatory, Guizhou Province, China

    Moore, O., Buss, H., Sophie, G., Liu, M. & Song, Z., Sep 2017, In : Acta Geochimica. 36, 3, p. 566-571 6 p.

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    Base cations and micronutrients in soil aggregates as affected by enhanced nitrogen and water inputs in a semi-arid steppe grassland

    Wang, R., Dungait, J. A. J., Buss, H. L., Yang, S., Zhang, Y., Xu, Z. & Jiang, Y., 1 Jan 2017, In : Science of The Total Environment. 575, p. 564-572 9 p.

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