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Research highlights &z.rtrif; At the dry site there is a trade-off between soil carbon and productivity. &z.rtrif; At the wet site, intensive grazing promotes soil carbon. &z.rtrif; Changes in major nutrients have little impact on productivity.
Research highlights &z.rtrif; Mechanized hay harvesting causes high orthopteran mortality. &z.rtrif; Mean mortality = 68% (SD = 14), when a rotary mower without conditioner is used. &z.rtrif; Mean mortality = 82% (SD = 8), when a rotary mower with conditioner is used.
Research highlights &z.rtrif; We investigate changes in ecosystem services in response to land use change in Zoige Plateau. &z.rtrif; We evaluate ecological service values in 1975, 1990, and 2005 in the area. &z.rtrif; The high-cover grassland and wetlands have the highest ecosystem service...
Research highlights &z.rtrif; Change patterns differed according to matrix and classification used. &z.rtrif; Forests were involved in all changes analyzed with basic matrixes. &z.rtrif; Extended matrixes allowed for dynamics of small categories to be revealed. &z.rtrif; Coarse land cover...
Research highlights &z.rtrif; Direct and indirect defence against herbivores need not be traded off in Salix short rotation coppice. &z.rtrif; Omnivorous biocontrol agent prosper on plant genotypes resistant to herbivores. &z.rtrif; Intertwined defences open up novel possibilities for increased...
Research highlights &z.rtrif; Maximum 17β-estradiol mineralization ranged from 5.8 to 19.2%. &z.rtrif; Mineralization of 17β-estradiol increases as its sorption to soil increases. &z.rtrif; Kd-17β-estradiol and Kd-2,4-D values were significantly positively correlated to SOC.
Research highlights &z.rtrif; Conversion of upland crop to rice paddy significantly reduces CH 4 emission &z.rtrif; Continuous rice cultivation resulted in higher CH 4 emission than short-term paddy &z.rtrif; High CH 4 emissions from continuous rice cultivation was attributed to increase Fe(II)...
The El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO)-based climate variability can have a significant impact on crop production due to its effect on yield variation on space and time. The main objective of this study was to determine the impact of ENSO-based climate variability on water use efficiency (WUE)...
Research highlights &z.rtrif; The use of the sludge as fertilizer increases productivity at short term in forest soils. &z.rtrif; Preserves soil fertility compared with mineral fertilizer at medium term in agronomic soils. &z.rtrif; Soil and pasture production and quality were better under...
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