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Kangcheng Zhang, Yunpeng Qiu, Yunfeng Zhao, Shuhong Wang, Jun Deng, Mengfei Chen, Xinyu Xu, Hao Wang, Tongshuo Bai, Tangqing He, Yi Zhang, Huaihai Chen, Yi Wang & Shuijin Hu
The ongoing climate change is predicted to induce more weather extremes such as frequent drought and high-intensity precipitation events, causing more severe drying-rewetting cycles in soil. However, it remains largely unknown how these changes will affect soil nitrogen (N)-cycling microbes and the emissions of potent greenhouse gas nitrous oxide (N2O). Utilizing a field precipitation manipulation in a semi-arid grassland on the Loess Plateau, we examined how precipitation reduction (ca. −30%) influenced soil N2O and carbon...
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