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      University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China | College of Advanced Agricultural Sciences, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China | State Key ...

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      Xing‐Guo Han:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichXing‐Guo Hanhas direct influence:Northern china,Soil coarseness,Leaf longevity,Temperate steppe,Ecosystem stability,Xilin river basin,Nitrogen addition,Soil respiration.

      Xing‐Guo Han:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Xing‐Guo Han has influence:Northern china,Soil respiration,Nitrogen addition,Species richness,Grazing exclusion,Tibetan plateau,Plant diversity.

      KOL Resume for Xing‐Guo Han

      Year
      2022

      University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

      2021

      State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 100093, Beijing, China

      2020

      College of Resources and Environment, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

      2019

      State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 100093, PR China

      2018

      State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Xiangshan, Beijing 100093, PR China

      Biosciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1 Bethel Valley Rd, Oak Ridge, TN 37831, USA

      2017

      Chinese Academy of Sciences CAS Key Laboratory of Forest Ecology and Management Shenyang China

      2016

      State Key Laboratory of Forest and Soil Ecology, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, No.72 Wenhua Road, 110016, Shenyang, China

      2015

      State Key Laboratory of Forest and Soil Ecology, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenyang 110016 China

      2014

      Institute of Applied Ecology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenyang, China

      2013

      State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 100093, China

      2012

      State Key Laboratory of Forest and Soil Ecology, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenyang, Liaoning 110016, China

      2011

      Institute of Botany, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Beijing 100093, People’s Republic of China

      2010

      Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100093, China

      Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences

      2009

      State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 20 Nanxincun Xiangshan, Beijing 100093, China

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      Sample of concepts for which Xing‐Guo Han is among the top experts in the world.
      Concept World rank
      northern china landuse #1
      dynamics rarer species #1
      plantmicrobe connections #1
      observed succession patterns #1
      root herbivores fungivores #1
      biomassweighted δ13c values #1
      environmental compositional variation #1
      cultivation result #1
      accumulative mineralization #1
      key grassland pests #1
      162 ha−1 #1
      landuse soil dynamics #1
      greater influence sra #1
      2 0·96 #1
      cultivation stocks #1
      microorganisms nitrogen deposition #1
      sandy grasslands desertification #1
      50 nitrifying genes #1
      carbon energy resources #1
      plants changing precipitation #1
      decoupled relationship #1
      gn bacteria fungi #1
      ammonium suppression #1
      situ net nitrification #1
      opposite effects community‐weighted #1
      ecec low frequency #1
      mono‐dominant plant patches #1
      purposenitrogen deposition #1
      initial litter concentrations #1
      annual burning mowing #1
      srh srtot #1
      forest soil horizons #1
      chinese‐mongolian grasslands #1
      landuse balance #1
      water addition microorganisms #1
      abundance root herbivores #1
      senesced leaves interaction #1
      genera annual temperature #1
      differences δ values #1
      acidification ammonium toxicity #1
      seasonal herd mobility #1
      plant response patterns #1
      steppe ecosystem investigations #1
      ammonium concentration august #1
      core community genes #1
      measured mass losses #1
      30 precipitation levels #1
      sub‐shrubs differences #1
      49yr reclamation #1
      environmental deterministic #1
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      Prominent publications by Xing‐Guo Han

      KOL-Index: 13858

      Fine root production and turnover play important roles in regulating carbon (C) cycling in terrestrial ecosystems. In order to examine effects of climate change on root production and turnover, a field experiment with increased temperature and precipitation had been conducted in a semiarid temperate steppe in northern China since April 2005. Experimental warming decreased annual root production, mortality, and mean standing crop by 10.3%, 12.1%, 7.0%, respectively, while root turnover ...

      Known for Root Production | Increased Temperature | Temperate Steppe | Standing Crop | Mortality Turnover
      KOL-Index: 13385

      Biodiversity generally promotes ecosystem stability. To assess whether the diversity-stability relationship observed under ambient nitrogen (N) conditions still holds under N enriched conditions, we designed a 6-year field experiment to test whether the magnitude and frequency of N enrichment affects ecosystem stability and its relationship with species diversity in a temperate grassland. Results of this experiment showed that the frequency of N addition had no effect on either the ...

      Known for Ecosystem Stability | Temperate Grassland | Nitrogen Enrichment | Effects Addition | Species Richness
      KOL-Index: 13240

      Climate change involves modifications in both the mean and the variability of temperature and precipitation. According to global warming projections, both the magnitude and the frequency of extreme weather events are increasing, thereby increasing climate variability. The previous studies have reported that climate warming tends to decrease biodiversity and the temporal stability of community primary productivity (i.e., community stability), but the effects of the variability of ...

      Known for Community Stability | Species Richness | Climate Variability | Temperate Grassland | Temperature Precipitation
      KOL-Index: 12519

      Soil chemistry and physical conditions are the key factors controlling litter decomposition. We studied the effects of increased soil nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and water on the decomposition rates and associated nutrient dynamics of two dominant grassland plant species (i.e. Allium bidentatum Fisch. ex Prokh. & Ikonn.-Gal. and Stipa krylovii Roshev.) with contrasting life forms and tissue chemistry in a typical steppe of Inner Mongolia, China. The treatments included addition of urea ...

      Known for Litter Decomposition | Plant Species | Increased Soil | Differential Responses | Nutrient Dynamics
      KOL-Index: 11784

      Land-use change can lead to changes in soil carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) storage. This study aimed to determine the impact of long-term grazing exclusion (GE) on soil organic C and total N (TN) storage in the Leymus chinensis grasslands of northern China and to estimate the dynamics of recovery after GE. We investigated the aboveground biomass and soil organic C and TN storage in six contiguous plots along a GE chronosequence comprising free grazing, 3-yr GE, 8-yr GE, 20-yr GE, 24-yr GE, ...

      Known for Northern China | Grazing Exclusion | Leymus Chinensis Grasslands | Soil Storage | Carbon Nitrogen
      KOL-Index: 11072

      BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Changes in supplies of resources will modify plant functional traits. However, few experimental studies have addressed the effects of nitrogen and water variations, either singly or in combination, on functional traits.

      METHODS: A 2-year field experiment was conducted to test the effects of nitrogen and water addition on leaf longevity and other functional traits of the two dominant (Agropyron cristatum and Stipa krylovii) and three most common species (Cleistogenes ...

      Known for Leaf Longevity | Water Addition | Functional Traits | Steppe Species | Effects Nitrogen
      KOL-Index: 10842

      Soil properties (i.e. soil organic carbon, SOC; soil organic nitrogen, SON; and soil C/N ratio) and vegetation in a semiarid grassland of Inner Mongolia, northern China, were studied with the method of geostatistical analysis. We examined the spatial heterogeneity of soil and plants, and possible impacts of land use on their heterogeneity and on the relationship between soil resources and plant richness. Land use affected small scale spatial heterogeneity in plants and soil. SOC, SON and ...

      Known for Spatial Heterogeneity | Soil Properties | Plant Richness | Grassland Ecosystem | Small Scale
      KOL-Index: 10608

      The two dominant species, Leymus chinensis and Stipa grandis have different distribution area in the Xilin River Basin: relatively wet and fertile for L. chinensis and dryer and leaner for S. grandis. Different photosynthetic physiology traits and resource use efficiency might contribute to the distribution pattern of two species in heterogeneous habitats. In this study, the plant nitrogen (N) content, C/N ratio, δ13C values and photosynthetic characteristics of L. chinensis and S. ...

      Known for Physiological Responses | Grandis Chinensis | Nitrogen Addition | Xilin River Basin | Dominant Grass Species
      KOL-Index: 10492

      Global nitrogen (N) deposition and climate change have been identified as two of the most important causes of current plant diversity loss. However, temporal patterns of species turnover underlying diversity changes in response to changing precipitation regimes and atmospheric N deposition have received inadequate attention. We carried out a manipulation experiment in a steppe and an old-field in North China from 2005 to 2009, to test the hypothesis that water addition enhances plant ...

      Known for Species Turnover | Northern China | Nitrogen Addition | Steppe Field | Semiarid Grasslands
      KOL-Index: 10426

      An increasing amount of grasslands in Inner Mongolia of Northern China has been converted to cropland. The conversions in this extensive semiarid region have produced adverse ecological consequences at local and regional scales (e.g., dust storms). An important research need is to understand the fundamental ecosystem processes, such as energy and material fluxes, associated with the land conversions. The carbon fluxes, including net ecosystem exchange (NEE), ecosystem respiration (RE), ...

      Known for Carbon Fluxes | Biophysical Regulations | Steppe Cropland | Gpp Ecosystems | Nee Mongolia
      KOL-Index: 10303

      Water is the most important factor controlling plant growth, primary production, and ecosystem stability in arid and semi-arid grasslands. Here we conducted a 2-year field study to explore the contribution of winter half-year (i.e. October through April) and summer precipitation (May through September) to the growth of coexisting plant species in typical steppe ecosystems of Inner Mongolia, China. Hydrogen stable isotope ratios of soil water and stem water of dominant plant species, soil ...

      Known for Water Sources | Dominant Species | Leymus Chinensis | Typical Steppe | Mongolia China
      KOL-Index: 10249

      Soil management and climate change affect N2O emission significantly. The semi-arid grassland in northern China is under strong anthropogenic disturbance (fertilization and land use) and toward a 30% increase in precipitation in future. To investigate their impacts on N2O emission, N2O fluxes were measured monthly in the grassland and abandoned cropland under mineral fertilizer (urea and superphosphate) and increased precipitation during the growing season. During the measured period, ...

      Known for N2o Emission | Northern China | Abandoned Cropland | Mineral Fertilizer | Pore Space
      KOL-Index: 10207

      Nitrogen isotopes provide integrated information about nitrogen cycling in terrestrial ecosystems. This study explores the regional patterns of ecosystem 15N abundance along a 1200 km transect in Inner Mongolian grasslands and their relationships with climate. Results indicate that climatic variables control approximately 50% of the variation in ecosystem 15N abundance along the transect. Ecosystem 15N abundance decreases as both mean annual precipitation (MAP) and mean annual ...

      Known for Mongolian Grasslands | Regional Patterns | Map Mat | 15n Abundance | Global Scale
      KOL-Index: 10037

      Multiple co-occurring environmental changes are affecting soil nitrogen cycling processes, which are mainly mediated by microbes. While it is likely that various nitrogen-cycling functional groups will respond differently to such environmental changes, very little is known about their relative responsiveness. Here we conducted four long-term experiments in a steppe ecosystem by removing plant functional groups, mowing, adding nitrogen, adding phosphorus, watering, warming, and ...

      Known for Cycling Genes | Gene Abundances | Soil Nitrogen | Steppe Ecosystem | Plant Functional Groups
      KOL-Index: 10036

      Plant biomass allocation between below- and above-ground parts can actively adapt to the ambient growth conditions and is a key parameter for estimating terrestrial ecosystem carbon (C) stocks. To investigate how climatic variations affect patterns of plant biomass allocation, we sampled 548 plants belonging to four dominant genera (Stipa spp., Cleistogenes spp., Agropyron spp., and Leymus spp.) along a large-scale (2500 km) climatic gradient across the temperate grasslands from west to ...

      Known for Northern China | Temperate Grasslands | Plant Biomass | Precipitation Temperature | Dominant Genera

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      University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China | College of Advanced Agricultural Sciences, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China | State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, Chine

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