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Wang Shuhui

TERRA Research Centre

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Main Referenced Co-authors
Colinet, Gilles  (3)
Sun, Nan (3)
Wu, Lianhai (3)
Xu, Minggang (3)
Liang, Shuo  (2)
Main Referenced Keywords
Environmental Science (all) (2); General Environmental Science (2); Agronomy and Crop Science (1); crop rotation (1); Crop yield (1);
Main Referenced Disciplines
Agriculture & agronomy (3)

Publications (total 3)

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Liang, S., Sun, N., Wang, S., Colinet, G., Longdoz, B., Meersmans, J., Wu, L., & Xu, M. (2023). Manure amendment acts as a recommended fertilization for improving carbon sequestration efficiency in soils of typical drylands of China. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 11. doi:10.3389/fenvs.2023.1173509 https://hdl.handle.net/2268/306864

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Liang, S., Sun, N., Wang, S., Colinet, G., Longdoz, B., Meersmans, J., Wu, L., & Xu, M. (2023). Manure amendment acts as a recommended fertilization for improving carbon sequestration efficiency in soils of typical drylands of China. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 11. doi:10.3389/fenvs.2023.1173509 https://hdl.handle.net/2268/306864

Wang, S., Sun, N., Zhang, X., Hu, C., Wang, Y., Xiong, W., Zhang, S., Colinet, G., Xu, M., & Wu, L. (August 2024). Assessing the impacts of climate change on crop yields, soil organic carbon sequestration and N2O emissions in wheat–maize rotation systems. Soil and Tillage Research, 240, 106088. doi:10.1016/j.still.2024.106088
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Wang, S., Sun, N., Liang, S., Zhang, S., Meersmans, J., Colinet, G., Xu, M., & Wu, L. (2023). SOC sequestration affected by fertilization in rice-based cropping systems over the last four decades. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 11. doi:10.3389/fenvs.2023.1152439
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Liang, S., Sun, N., Wang, S., Colinet, G., Longdoz, B., Meersmans, J., Wu, L., & Xu, M. (2023). Manure amendment acts as a recommended fertilization for improving carbon sequestration efficiency in soils of typical drylands of China. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 11. doi:10.3389/fenvs.2023.1173509
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