Chris B Zou
Associate professor of Ecohydrology at the Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management, Oklahoma State University.
Past or current institution affiliations
Oklahoma State University
Natural Resource Ecology and Management
My research focuses primarily on understanding the ecohydrological interactions among the anthropogenic-induced changes and the hydrologic cycles in rangeland and forested land. Specifically, I ask how changes in climate, land use, land cover and disturbance regimes will affect ecosystem properties, functions, and services. My research approaches are primarily field-based but are complemented by controlled experiments and process-based modeling.
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June 25, 2018
Nitrogen addition increases the contents of glomalin-related soil protein and soil organic carbon but retains aggregate stability in a Pinus tabulaeformis forest
Lipeng Sun, Hang Jing, Guoliang Wang, Guobin Liu