Shenghua Gao

Shenghua Gao
Chinese Academy of Forestry | CAF · Research Institute of Forestry

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Atmospheric methane (CH4) concentration has been rising in recent years after a short cease, resulting in an increased global warming potential 28 times that of CO2 in 2011. This phenomenon has caused extensive concern about the atmospheric CH4 sink and source as well as the dynamics of CH4 flux at different temporal scales. In fact, changes in CH4...
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Poplar plantations have widely spread around the world due to its high productivity and adaptability. Clear-cutting is the primary harvesting method for poplar plantation management in southern China. However, the effect of harvesting on ecosystem carbon fluxes limits our ability to estimate its carbon sequestration. A consecutive, three-year obser...
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Continuous increasing production and deposition of nitrogen will have a significant impact on carbon cycling of ecosystems. Soil respiration is the important component of carbon cycling in terrestrial ecosystems, the only way to release carbon into atmosphere from soil carbon, and an important source of atmospheric CO2. Study on the response of soi...
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Accurate estimation of carbon stock and sequestration of forests is a key in evaluating forest function in CO2 mitigation in responding to the climatic change because it holds the largest carbon in terrestrial ecosystems. The complex biological and ecological characters of bamboo hinder such an effort, yet there exists an urgent need doing so due t...
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The dynamics in different time-scale of Net Ecosystem Exchange(NEE) in poplar forest of the Yangtze River were studied by using an eddy covariance method . The following results were obtained : Daily CO2 flux was closely related to growing stages and photosynthetic active radiation (PAR) , and night CO2 flux showed an exponential regression relatio...

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