Chunlian Qiao

Chunlian Qiao
Xinyang Normal University · School of Life Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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November 2018 - December 2019
The University of Sydney
Position
  • Visiting Scholarship
Description
  • I did some isotope researches on belowground carbon and nutrient cyclings.
July 2015 - present
Xinyang Normal University
Position
  • PhD
August 2011 - June 2015
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
September 2008 - June 2011
Northwest Institute of Plateau Biology
Field of study
  • Plant ecology

Publications

Publications (12)
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Mitigating CH4 emissions from rice fields with minimizing the trade-offs between emission reduction and sustaining food security have raised global concerns. Here, a global meta-analysis using 1177 observations from 198 studies was conducted to assess changes in CH4 emission in response to different field management practices. The results revealed...
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The effects of nitrification inhibitor in tea gardens with different urea–N rates have rarely been assessed. For eight months, a glasshouse experiment was conducted to investigate the effects of a nitrification inhibitor (3, 4–dimethylpyrazole phosphate, DMPP) on the changes of soil pH and inorganic N loss. Urea (0, 300, 500, and 800 kg N ha−1) wit...
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Backgrounds: Plant-animal interactions comprise the fundamental relationships of ecological research, and are sensitive to environmental change. However, The effects of pruning on animal-plant interactions have rarely been studied. Methods: We conducted field experiments to examine the impact of artificially-pruned shapes (e.g. cubic and spheroidal...
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1.Nitrogen (N) deposition not only alters the physiological processes of individual plant, but also leads to worldwide biodiversity loss. However, little is known about how the hierarchical responses from individual physiological processes to plant community structure would have cascading effects on soil carbon
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Grassland degradation is a worldwide problem that often leads to substantial loss of soil organic matter (SOM). To estimate the potential for carbon (C) accumulation in degraded grassland soils, we first need to understand how SOM content influences the transformation of plant C and its stabilization within the soil matrix. We conducted a greenhous...
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Theoretical and eddy‐covariance studies demonstrate that aerosol‐loading stimulates canopy photosynthesis, but field evidence for the aerosol effect on tree growth is limited. Here we measured in‐situ daily stem growth rates of aspen trees under a wide range of aerosol‐loading in China. The results showed that daily stem growth rates were positivel...
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The intensive use of synthetic nitrogen fertilizers over the last century has both increased agricultural productivity and modified biogeochemical cycles in terrestrial ecosystems, causing severe negative environmental impacts. Tea (Camellia sinensis L.) plantations usually receive high levels of synthetic fertilizers, which strongly affect plant a...
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[Objective] Tea(Camellia sinensis L. Kuntze)is a perennial plant widely cultivated in South China. As a high N-demanding cash crop, tea has been applied widely with synthetic N fertilizers to increase its yield. However, application of excessive synthetic N fertilizers in tea gardens might affect chemical properties of the soils and their nutrient...
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Litter in arid and semi-arid ecosystems usually exhibits a prolonged standing dead phase after senescence; however, we know little about the ways in which abiotic and microbial processes affect standing litter decomposition. 2.We conducted a 26-month in situ decomposition experiment in a steppe to investigate the potential mechanisms governing the...
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The imbalance between nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) deposition may shift temperate ecosystems from N- to P-limitation. However, it is unclear how the imbalanced N : P input affects the strategies of plants to acquire P and, therefore, the growth of plants and the competition among species. We conducted a 4-yr N-addition experiment in young and ma...
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Anthropogenic activities, and in particular the use of synthetic nitrogen (N) fertilizer, have doubled global annual reactive N inputs in the past 50-100 years, causing deleterious effects on the environment through increased N leaching and nitrous oxide (N2 O) and ammonia (NH3 ) emissions. Leaching and gaseous losses of N are greatly controlled by...

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Tea is widely planted in the tropical and subtropical areas. As a leaf-plucked economic crop, tea requires high nitrogen (N) supply. The inputs of N are much higher in tea plantation than other agricultural ecosystems. How chemical N fertilizer affect soil chemistry, tea yield and quality, and the environment of tea plantations lack of synthetical discussion.