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25-Nov-2016Drought rapidly diminishes the large net CO2 uptake in 2011 over semi-arid AustraliaMa, XUANLONG; Huete, ALFREDO; Cleverly, JAMES; Eamus, DEREK; Chevallier, F; Joiner, J; Poulter, B; Zhang, Y; Guanter, L; Meyer, W; Xie, ZUNYI; Ponce-Campos, G
1-Jan-2018Identifying the principal driving factors of water ecosystem dependence and the corresponding indicator species in a pilot City, ChinaZhao, CS; Shao, NF; Yang, ST; Xiang, H; Lou, HZ; Sun, Y; Yang, ZY; Zhang, Y; Yu, XY; Zhang, CB; Yu, Q
3-Jun-2019Contamination by respiratory viruses on outer surface of medical masks used by hospital healthcare workersChughtai, AA; Stelzer-Braid, S; Rawlinson, W; Pontivivo, G; Wang, Q; Pan, Y; Zhang, D; Zhang, Y; Li, L; MacIntyre, CR
1-Oct-2017Effect of asymmetric warming on rice (Oryza sativa) growth characteristics and yield components under a free air temperature increase apparatusXiaojin, XIE; Zhang, Y; Wang, L; Yang, X; Qiang, YU; Yunxuan, BAO
1-Feb-2002In situ β cell death promotes priming of diabetogenic CD8 T lymphocytesZhang, Y; O'Brien, B; Trudeau, J; Tan, R; Santamaria, P; Dutz, JP
1-Oct-2008Estimation of soil water content and evapotranspiration from irrigated cropland on the North China PlainJiang, J; Zhang, Y; Wegehenkel, M; Yu, Q; Xia, J
1-Jan-2015Monitoring photosynthesis from spaceHuete, A; Ponce-Campos, G; Zhang, Y; Restrepo-Coupe, N; Ma, X; Moran, MS
30-Aug-2004Energy fluxes and the Priestley-Taylor parameter over winter wheat and maize in the North China PlainZhang, Y; Liu, C; Yu, Q; Shen, Y; Kendy, E; Kondoh, A; Tang, C; Sun, H
1-Jun-2019Making global river ecosystem health assessments objective, quantitative and comparableZhao, C; Pan, T; Dou, T; Liu, J; Liu, C; Ge, Y; Zhang, Y; Yu, X; Mitrovic, S; Lim, R
1-Dec-2004Simulation of the stomatal conductance of winter wheat in response to light, temperature and CO<inf>2</inf> changesYu, Q; Zhang, Y; Liu, Y; Shi, P
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