2002-2014英文SCI

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  1. Cheng K., Yan M., Nayak D., Smith P., Pan G., Zheng J. Carbon footprint of crop production in China: an analysis of national statistics data. The Journal of Agricultural Science, 2014, doi:10.1017/S0021859614000665.
  2.  Qian L, Chen L, Joseph S, et al. Biochar compound fertilizer as an option to reach high productivity but low carbon intensity in rice agriculture: A field experiment in a rice paddy from Anhui, China. Carbon Management, 2014, 5(2):145-154
  3.   Liu XY, Ye YX, Liu YM, et al. Sustainable biochar effects for low carbon crop production: A three year field experiment in Central China. Agricultural Systems, 2014, 129:22-29
  4.    Bian RJ, Joseph S, Cui LQ, et al. A three-year experiment confirms continuous immobilization of cadmium and lead in contaminated paddy field with biochar application. Journal of Hazardous Material, 2014, 272: 121-128.  
  5.  Bian RJ, Zhang AF, Li LQ, et al. Effect of municipal biowaste biochar on greenhouse gas emissions and metal bioaccumulation in a slightly acidic clay rice paddy. BioResources, 2014, 9(1): 685-703.
  6.  Liu XY, Li LQ, Chen D, et al. Effect of biochar amendment on soil silicon availability and rice uptake. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, 2014, 1771: 91-96.
  7.   Cheng K, Ogle SM, Pan GX, et al. Simulating greenhouse gas mitigation potentials for Chinese croplands using the DAYCENT ecosystem model. Global Change Biology, 2014, 20: 948-962.
  8. Zhou T, Pan GX, Li LQ, et al. Changes in greenhouse gas efflux in heavy metal polluted paddy soils with rice straw return: A laboratory incubation study. European Journal of Soil Biology, 2014, 63:1-6.
  9.  Li LQ,Wang D, Liu XY, et al. Soil organic carbon fractions and microbial community and functions under changes invegetation: a case of vegetation succession in karst forest, Environ Earth Sci,2014,71(8):3727-3735
  10. Liu Y, Liu XY, Zheng JW, et al. Short-term responses of microbial community and functioning to experimental CO2 enrichment and warming in a Chinese paddy field. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2014, 77: 58-68.
  11.  Liu Y, Liu YZ, Zheng JW, et al. Abundance, composition and activity of ammonia oxidizer and denitrifier communities in metal polluted rice paddies from South China. Plos One, 2014, 10.1371/journal.pone.0102000.
  12.  Bell A, Bunning J, Pan GX, et al. Low carbon land development: Is there a future for integration across sectors? Environmental Development, 2014, Doi:10.1016/j.envdev.2014.05.004.
  13. Paustian K, Rampel C, Pan GX. Enhancing carbon sequestration for mitigation and co-benefits in agriculture: Actions and novel practices. Carbon Management, 2014, 5(2): 1-3.
  14. Bian, RJ., Chen, D., Liu, XY., Li, LQ, Pan, G., Xie, D., Zheng, JW., Zhang, XH., Zheng, JF., Chang, A. Biochar soil amendment as a solution to prevent Cd-tainted rice from China Results from a cross-site field experiment. Ecological Engineering, 2013. 58, 378–383.
  15.  Liu Xiaoyu, Zhang Afeng, Ji Chunying, Joseph Stephen, Bian Rongjun & Li Lianqing, Pan Genxing, Paz-Ferreiro Jorge. Biochar’s effect on crop productivity and the dependence on experimental conditions-A meta-analysis of literature data. Plant Soil. 2013, 373:583–594
  16. Cheng K., Zheng J., Nayak D., Smith P., Pan G. Re-evaluating biophysical and technologically attainable potential of topsoil carbon sequestration in China’s croplands. Soil Use and Management, 2013, 29, 501-509.
  17. Cheng K., Ogle S.M., Parton W.J., Pan G. Predicting methanogenesis from rice paddies using the DAYCENT ecosystem model. Ecological Modelling, 2013, 261–262: 19–31.
  18. Chen, J. Liu, XY., Zheng, JW., Zhang, B, Lu, H, Chi, ZZ., Li, LQ., Zheng, JF., Zhang, XH, Wang, JF, Yu, XY. Biochar soil amendment increased bacterial but decreased fungal gene abundance with shifts in community structure in a slightly acid rice paddy from Southwest China. Applied Soil Ecology, 2013. 71, 33- 44,
  19.  Muhammad Siddique Lashari, Yuming Liua, Lianqing Li, Weinan Pan, Jiaying Fu, Genxing Pan ,Jufeng Zheng, Jinwei Zheng, Xuhui Zhang, Xinyan Yu, Effects of amendment of biochar-manure compost in conjunction with pyroligneous solution on soil quality and wheat yield of a salt-stressed cropland from Central China Great Plain, Field Crops Research,2013,144,113-118
  20.  Zhang Afeng, Bian Rongjun , Hussain Qaiser , Li Lianqing , Pan Gengxing , Zheng Jinwei , Zhang Xuhui, Zheng Jufeng. Change in net global warming potential of a rice–wheat cropping system with biochar soil amendment in a rice paddy from China. Agric, Ecos. Environ. 2013.173, 37-45, 
  21. Genxing Pan*, ZhiqunHuang, Jinkuan Wang,Hang Li, Abad Chabbi, Keith Paustian  Pete Smith, Soil organic matter dynamics: beyond carbon: a report of the 4th International Symposium on Soil Organic Matter Dynamics, Carbon Management ,2013,4(5), 485–489
  22. X.Y. Song , R. Spaccini , G. Pan , A. Piccolo, Stabilization by hydrophobic protection as a molecular mechanism for organic carbon sequestration in maize-amended rice paddy soils, Science of the Total Environment,2013,458-460,319-330
  23. Song XY, Li LQ, Zheng JF, Pan G*, Zhang XH, Zheng JW, Hussain Q, Han XJ,Yu XY, Sequestration of maize crop straw C in different soils: role of oxyhydrates in chemical binding and stabilization as recalcitrance. Chemosphere, 87(6),649–654, 2012,Sequestration .pdf
  24. Zhang, AF, Bian RJ, Pan G*, Cui LQ, Husaain Q, Li LQ,  Zheng JW, Zheng JF, Zhang XH, Han XJ,Yu XY, Effects of biochar amendment on soil quality, crop yield and greenhouse gas emission in a Chinese rice paddy: a field study of 2 consecutive rice growing cycles, Field Crops Research,127,153-160, 2012,Effects of biochar .pdf
  25. Liu YZ, Zhou T, Crowley D, Li  LQ, Liu DW, Zheng JW, Yu XY, Pan G*, Hussain Q, Zhang XH, Zheng JF, Decline in topsoil microbial quotient, fungal abundance and C utilization efficiency of rice paddies under metal pollution across South China. PLoS ONE 7, e38858. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0038858, 2012,Decline in .pdf
  26. Zheng  J,  Li LQ, Pan G*, Zhang XH, Smith P, Hussain Q,  Potential aerobic C mineralization of a red earth paddy soil and its temperature dependence under long-term fertilizer treatments. Soil Use and Management, 28, 185–193, 2012.Potential aerobic .pdf
  27. Liu XY, Qu JJ, Li  LQ, Zhang AF, Zheng JF, Zheng JW, Pan G* ,Can biochar amendment be an ecological engineering technology to depress N2O emission in rice paddies?---A cross site field experiment from South China. Ecological Engineering,42,168-173,2012.Can biochar .pdf
  28. Zhang A F, Liu YM, PanG.*,  Husaain Q,  Li LQ, Zheng JW,  Zhang XH, Effect of biochar amendment on maize yield and greenhouse gas emissions from a soil organic carbon poor calcareous loamy soil from Central China Plain. Plant and Soil, 351,263-275, 2012Effect of biochar .pdf
  29. Cui, LQ ; Pan, GX ; Li, LQ ; Yan, JL ; Zhang, A; Bian, RJ ; Chang, A ,The reduction of wheat cd uptake in contaminated soil via biochar amendment: a two-year field experiment, Bioresources,7(4): 5666-5676 ,2012The reduction .pdf
  30. Hussain, Q (Hussain, Q.); Pan, GX (Pan, G. X.); Liu, YZ (Liu, Y. Z.); Zhang, A (Zhang, A.); Li, LQ (Li, L. Q.); Zhang, XH (Zhang, X. H.); Jin, ZJ (Jin, Z. J.) Microbial community dynamics and function associated with rhizosphere over periods of rice growth, PLANT SOIL AND ENVIRONMENT ,58(2): 55-61,2012,Microbial community .pdf
  31. Husaain,Q, Liu YZ, Zhang  AF, Pan G*,  Li LQ, Zhang XH, Song XY, Cui LQ, Zhen JJ, Variation of bacterial and fungal community structures in the rhizosphere of hybrid and standard rice cultivars and linkage to CO2 flux., FEMS Microbial Ecology, 78(1),116-128, 2011,Variation of .pdf
  32. Feng SY, Tan SH., Zhang AF, Zhang Q, Pan  G* , Qu F, Smith P , Li L, Zhang X, Effect of household land management on cropland topsoil organic carbon storage at plot scale in a red earth soil area of South China. Journal of Agricultural Science, 149, 557-566, 2011,Effect of household .pdf
  33. Zheng J F, Cheng K, Pan G X*, Smith P , Li  L Q , Zhang X H,. Zheng J W , Han X J, Du Y M , Perspectives on studies on soil carbon stocks and the carbon sequestration potential of China. Chinese Sci Bull, 56, 3748-3758, 2011,Perspectives on .pdf
  34. Cui LQ, Li LQ, Zhang AF, Pan G*, Bao D D, Chang A, Biochar amendment greatly reduces rice Cd uptake in a contaminated paddy soil: a two-year field experiment. Bio-resources, 6(3), 2605-2618, 2011,Biochar amendment .pdf
  35. Hussain,Q, Liu YZ, Jin ZJ, Zhang AF, Pan G, Li LQ, Crowley D, Zhang XH, Song XY, Cui LQ,Temporal dynamics of ammonia oxidizer (amoA) and denitrifier (nirK) communities in the rhizosphere of a rice ecosystem from Tai Lake region, China,Applied Soil Ecology,48,210–218,2011,Temporal dynamics .pdf
  36. van Wesemael B, Paustian K, Andrén O, Carlos E,Cerri P, Dodd M, Etchevers J, Goidts E , Grace  P, K T, Brian G, McConkey B G,  Ogle S,  Pan G,  Siebner C, How can soil monitoring networks be used to improve predictions of organic carbon pool dynamics and CO2 fluxes in agricultural soils? Plant Soil, 338(1-2),247-259,2011,How can soil .pdf
  37. D. Liu, X. Liu, Y. Liu, L. Li, G. Pan, D. Crowley, and R. Tippk ¨ otter ,Soil organic carbon (SOC)accumulationin rice paddies under long-term agro-ecosystem experiments in southern China – VI. Changes in microbial community structure and respiratory activity,Biogeosciences Discussions,8, 1529–1554, 2011,Soil organic .pdf
  38. Du YX, Pan GX, Li LQ, Hu ZL,Wang XZ. Leaf N/P ratio and nutrient reuse between dominant species and    stands: predicting phosphorus deficiencies in Karst ecosystems, southwestern China. Environmental Earth Sciences,  64(2): 299-309.2011, 下载附件!
  39. Cheng K, Pan GXSmith P, Luo T, Li LQ, et al. Carbon footprint of China's crop production-An estimation using agro-statistics data over 1993-2007. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment, 142(3-4): 231-237. 2011,  下载附件!
  40. Zhang A F, Cui LQ, Pan G*, Li LQ, Husaain Q, Zhang X H, Zheng J W , Crowley  D.,Effect of biochar amendment on yield and methane and nitrous oxide emissions from a rice paddy from Tai Lake plain, China. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment,139(4),469-475,2010Effect of biochar .pdf
  41. Wang CJ, Pan G*, Tian, Y G., Li LQ, Zhang X H, Han X J,Changes in cropland topsoil organic carbon with different fertilizations under long-term agro-ecosystem experiments acro, ss mainland China. Science in China, Series C, Life Sciences., 53(7), 858-867,2010,Adsorption, immobilization.pdf
  42. Pan G, Zhou P, Li Zh, et al. Combined inorganic/organic fertilization enhances N efficiency and increases rice productivity through organic carbon accumulation in a rice paddy from theTaiLakeregion,China. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment, 2009, 131:274-280. 下载附件!
  43. Pan G, Smith P, Pan W. The role of soil organic matter in maintaining the productivity and yield stability of cereals in china. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment, 2009, 129:344-348. 下载附件!
  44. Shi J, LI L, Pan G. Variation of grain Cd and Zn concentrations of 110 hybrid rice cultivars grown in a low-Cd paddy soil.Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2009, 21:168-172. 下载附件!
  45. Liao Q, Zhang X, Li Zh, Pan G, Smith P, Jin Y, Wu X. Increase in soil organic carbon stock over the last two decades inChina'sJiangsuProvince. Global Change Biology, 2009, 15:861-875. 下载附件!
  46. Pan G,Wu L, ea tl. Organic carbon stratification and size distribution of three typical paddy soils fromTaihuLakeregion,China. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2008, 20: 456–463. 下载附件!
  47. Ban F, Pan G, Zhu J, et al. Temporal and spatial variations in the discharge and dissolved or ganic carbon of drip waters inBeijing Shihua Cave,China. Hydrological Processes, 2008, 22:3749-3758. 下载附件!
  48. Li L, Zhang X, Zhang P, Pan G, et al. Variation of organic carbon and nitrogen in aggregate size fractions of a paddy soil under fertilisation practices from Tai Lake Region, China. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2007, 87:1052–1058. 下载附件!
  49. Zhang X, Li L, Pan G*. Topsoil organic carbon mineralization and CO2 evolution of three paddy soils and the temperature dependence, Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2007, 19:319-326. 下载附件!
  50. Zheng J, Zhang X, Li L, Zhang P, Pan G. Effect of long-term fertilization on C mineraliz-ation and production of CH4 and CO2 under anaerobic incubation from bulk samples and particle size fractions of  a typical paddy soil. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 2007, 120:129–138.下载附件!
  51. Zhang P, Zheng J, Pan G, Zhang X, Li L*, et al. Changes in microbial community structure and function within particle size fractions of a paddy soil under different long-term fertilization treatments from the Tai Lake region, China. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 2007, 58:264–270. 下载附件!
  52. Xiang C, Zhang P, Pan G, et al. Changes in diversity, protein content, and amino acid composition of earthworms from a paddy soil under different long-term fertilizations in theTaiLakeregion,China. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2006, 26:1667-1674
  53. Song G, L Li, Pan G. Topsoil organic carbon storage of Chinaand its loss by cultivation. Biogeochemistry, 2005, 74:47-62. 下载附件!
  54. Pan G, Li L, Zhang Q, et al. Organic carbon stock in topsoil ofJiangsu Province,China, and the recent trend of carbon sequestration. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2005, 17(1):1-7. 下载附件!
  55. Li J, Pan G. Sorption of pyrene on two paddy soils and their particle-size fractions. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2005, 17(6):962-965
  56. Pan G, Li L, Wu L, Zhang X. Storage and sequestration potential of topsoil organic carbon in China‘s paddy soils.Global Change Biology. 2003, 10(1):79-92. 下载附件!


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