The programme is in its third year (final year of the UK side of Phase 1) and as such publications are being published. Below is a list of recent publications made by researchers within the SPECTRA – Karst team (Project 3) within the UK- China CZO Programme.
- Dandan, L., Zhang, X., Green, S.M., Dungait, J.A.J, Wen, X., Tang, Y., Guo, Zhiming, Yang, Y., sun, Xiaomin, Quine, T.A. 2018. Natural vegetation recovery of abandoned sloping farmland influences nitrogen functional genes within soil profiles at the Puding Karst Critical Zone observatory, SW China. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 125, 93-102. PDF
- Ma, M., Gao, Y., Song, X., Green, S.M., Xiong, B., Dungait, J.A.J, Peng, T., Quine, T.A., Wen, X., He, N. 2018. Migration and Leaching Characteristics of Base Ions: Indicating Environmental Effects on Soil Alkalinity in a Karst Area. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 25(21). 20899-20910. Paper ; PDF
- Song, X., Gao, Y., Green S.M., Dungait, J.A.J, Peng, T., Quine, T.A., Xiong, B., Wen, X. He, N. 2017. Nitrogen loss from karst area in China in recent 50 years: An in-situ simulated rainfall experiment’s assessment. Ecology and Evolution, 7(23), 10131-10142. Paper ; PDF
- Liu, M., Han, G., Li, Z., Liu, T., Yang, X., Wu, Y., Song Z. 2017. Effects of slope position and land use on the stability of aggregate-associated organic carbon in calcareous soils. Acta Geochimica, 36(3), 456–461.
- Moore, O.W, Buss, H., Green, S.M., Man, L., Song, Z. 2017. The importance of non-carbonate mineral weathering as a soil formation mechanism within a karst weathering profile in SPECTRA Critical Zone Observatory, Guizhou Province, China. Acta Geochimica, 36(3), 566-571. Paper
- Quine, T., Guo, D., Green, S.M. et al. 2017. Ecosystem service delivery in Karst landscapes: anthropogenic perturbation and recovery. Acta Geochimica, 36(3), 416-420. Paper ; PDF