Journal Papers

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80 Species evenness declines but specific functional strategy enhances aboveground biomass across strata in subtropical–Warm-temperate forests of South Korea
HI Lee, YO Seo, H Kim, A Ali, CB Lee, Y Chung
Forest Ecology and Management 512, 120179
79 Ecological Stoichiometry in Pinus massoniana L. Plantation: Increasing Nutrient Limitation in a 48-Year Chronosequence
A Ali, M Hussain, S Ali, K Akhtar, MW Muhammad, A Zamir, A Ali, …
Forests 13 (3), 469
78 Large-diameter trees control forest structure and function in successional temperate forests
CB Lee, A Ali, Z Yuan, JA Lutz, JC Svenning, MK Lee
Biogeosciences Discussions, 1-20
77 Functional composition of tall-statured trees underpins aboveground biomass in tropical forests
S Kunwar, LQ Wang, M Kazempour Larsary, R Chaudhary, PR Joshi, …
Journal of Forestry Research, 1-12
76 Strata-dependent relationships among temperate forest structure, diversity, and growth rate along a local-scale environmental gradient
D Oktavia, A Ali, PS Park, G Jin
Ecological Indicators 135, 108566
75 The role of biodiversity in mitigating the effects of nutrient limitation and short-term rotations in plantations of subtropical China
J Zheng, A Ali, X Wei, C Liu
Journal of environmental management 303, 114140
74 Functional identity regulates aboveground biomass better than trait diversity along abiotic conditions in global forest metacommunities
LQ Wang, A Ali
Ecography 2022 (1)
2 2022

73) Ren, S., Ali. A., Liu, H., Yuan, Z., Yang, Q., Shen, G., Zhou, S. & Wang, X. (2021) Response of community diversity-productivity relationship to canopy gap disturbance in a subtropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management 502, 119740. DOI:10.1016/j.foreco.2021.119740

72)  Sanaei, A., Sayer, E. J., Saiz, H., Yuan, Z.Q. & Ali. A*. (2021) Species co-occurrence shapes spatial variability in plant diversity–biomass relationships in natural rangelands under different grazing intensities. Land Degradation and Development 32 (15), 4390-4401. DOI:10.1002/ldr.4044

71)  Kazempour Larsary, M., Pourbabaei, H., Sanaei, A., Salehi, A., Yousefpour, R. & Ali. A*. (2021) Tree-size dimension inequality shapes aboveground carbon stock across temperate forest strata along environmental gradients. Forest Ecology and Management 496, 119482. DOI:10.1016/j.foreco.2021.119482

70) Biurrun. I., ……. A. Ali., (41st coauthor among 222 following alphabetic order) …………, Dengler. J. (2021) Benchmarking plant diversity of Palaearctic grasslands and other open habitats. Journal of Vegetation Science 32(4), e13050. DOI:10.1111/jvs.13050

69) Ali. A*. & Wang, L.Q. (2021) Big-sized trees and forest functioning: current knowledge and future perspectives. Ecological Indicators 127, 107760. DOI:10.1016/j.ecolind.2021.107760. Review Article.

68) Yuan, Z., Ali. A., Loreau, M., Ding, F., Liu, S., Sanaei, A., Zhou W., Ye, J., Lin, F., Fang, S., Hao, Z., Wang, X. & Bagousse-Pinguet, Y.L. (2021) Divergent above- and below-ground biodiversity pathways mediate disturbance impacts on temperate forest multifunctionality. Global Change Biology 27(12), 2883-2894. DOI:10.1111/gcb.15606

67) Sanaei, A., Yuan, Z., Ali. A., Loreau, M., Mori, A., Reich, P.B., Jucker, T., Lin, F., Ye, J., Fang, S., Hao, Z. & Wang, X. (2021) Tree diversity enhances plant-soil interactions in a temperate forest. Forest Ecology and Management 491, 119160. DOI:10.1016/j.foreco.2021.119160

66) Kunwar, S., Wang, L.Q., Chaudhary, R., Joshi, P.R. & Ali. A*. (2021) Evolutionary diversity and species richness predict aboveground biomass better than tree size variation in local-scale tropical forest types of Nepal. Forest Ecology and Management 490, 119146. DOI:10.1016/j.foreco.2021.119146

65) Kunwar, S., Wang, L.Q., Chaudhary, R., Joshi, P.R. & Ali. A*. (2021) Stand density of coexisting species regulates aboveground biomass along a local‐scale elevational gradient in tropical forests. Applied Vegetation Science 24(2), e12577. DOI: 10.1111/avsc.12577

64) Yang, X.D., Long, Y.X., Sarkar. B., Li, Y., Lv. G.H., Ali, A., Yang. J.J. & Cao, Y.E. (2021) Influence of soil microorganisms and physicochemical properties on plant diversity in an arid desert of Western China. Journal of Forestry Research DOI:10.1007/s11676-021-01292-1

63) Ullah, F., Gilani, H., Sanaei, A., Hussain, K. & Ali. A*. (2021) Stand structure determines aboveground biomass across temperate forest types and species mixture along a local-scale elevational gradient. Forest Ecology and Management 486, 118984. DOI:10.1016/j.foreco.2021.118984

62) Villa, P.M., Martins, S.V., Diniz, É.S., Nolasco de Oliveira Neto, S., Neri, A.V., Pinto-Junior, H., Nunes, J.A., Bueno, M.L. & Ali, A. (2021) Taxonomic and functional beta diversity of woody communities along Amazon forest succession: The relative importance of stand age, soil properties and spatial factor. Forest Ecology and Management 482, 118885. DOI:10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118885

61) Sanaei, A., Ali, A., Yuan, Z., Lin, F., Fang, S., Ye, J., Liu, S., Hao, Z., Loreau, M., Wang, X. (2021) Context-dependent forest diversity attributes regulate temperate forest multifunctionality. Science of the Total Environment 143724. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.143724

60) Yuan, Z#., Ali. A#., Sanaei, A., Ruiz-Benito, P., Jucker, T., Lin, Fei., Fang, S., Ye, J., Fang, L., Hao, Z. & Wang, X. (2021) Few large trees, rather than plant diversity and composition, drive the above-ground biomass dynamics of temperate forests in northeast China. Forest Ecology and Management 481, 118698. DOI:10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118698

59) Wang, L.Q. & Ali. A*. (2021) Climate regulates the functional traits – aboveground biomass relationships at a community-level in forests: a global meta-analysis. Science of the Total Environment 761, 143238. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.143238

58) Su, H., Shen, W., Wang, J., Ali, A. & Li, M. (2020) Machine learning and geostatistical approaches for estimating aboveground biomass in Chinese subtropical forests. Forest Ecosystems 7, 64. DOI:10.1186/s40663-020-00276-7

57) Tang, Y., Ali A*. & Feng, L.H. (2020) Bayesian model predicts the aboveground biomass of Caragana microphylla in sandy lands better than OLS regression models. Journal of Plant Ecology 13, 732–737. DOI:10.1093/jpe/rtaa065

56) Villa, M.P., Ali, A., Venâncio Martins, S., Nolasco de Oliveira Neto, S., Cristina Rodrigues, A., Teshome, M., Alvim Carvalho, F., Heringer, G. & Gastauer, M. (2020). Stand structural attributes and functional trait composition overrule the effects of functional divergence on aboveground biomass during Amazon forest succession. Forest Ecology and Management 477, 118481. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118481

55) Chun, J-H., Ali, A. & Lee, C-B. (2020) Topography and forest diversity facets regulate overstory and understory aboveground biomass in a temperate forest of South Korea. Science of the Total Environment 140783. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.140783

54) Ali. A*., Mattsson. E., Nansanka. S.P. & Wang. L.Q. (2020) Topmost trees and foremost species underlie tropical forest structure, diversity and biomass through opposing mechanisms. Forest Ecology and Management 473, 118299. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118299

53) Wang, Y., Yang, X.D., Ali. A., Lv, G.H., Long, Y.X., Wang, Y.Y., Ma, Y.G. & Xu, C.C.  (2020). Flowering phenology shifts in response to functional traits and phylogeny of woody species in the desert area. Frontiers in Plant Science11, 536. DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2020.00536

52) Ali. A*., Sanaei, A., Ahmadaali, K., Asadi, O., Javanmiri Pour, M., Valipour, A., Karami, J., Aminpour, M., Kaboli, H. & Askari, Y. (2020) Environmental filtering, predominance of strong competitor trees and exclusion of moderate-weak competitor trees shape species richness and biomass. Science of the Total Environment 723, 138105. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.138105

51) Yuan, Z#., Ali. A#., Ruiz-Benito, P., Jucker, T., Mori, A., Wang, S., Zhang, X., Li, H., Hao, Z., Wang, X. & Loreau, M. (2020) Above- and below-ground biodiversity jointly regulate temperate forest multifunctionality along a local-scale environmental gradient. Journal of Ecology 108 (5), 2012-2024.  DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.13378

50) Ali. A*., Sanaei, A., Li, M., Asadi, O.N, Javanmiri Pour, M., Valipour, A., Karami, J., Aminpour, M., Kaboli, H. & Askari, Y. (2020) Big-trees – Energy mechanism underlies forest diversity and aboveground biomass. Forest Ecology and Management. 461, 117968. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2020.117968

49) Alice, R., Pedro, P.M., Ali, A., Walnir, J. & Andreza, N. (2020) Fine-scale habitat differentiation shapes the composition, structure and aboveground biomass, but not species richness, of a tropical Atlantic forest. Journal of Forestry Research. 31, 1599–1611. DOI: 10.1007/s11676-019-00994-x

48) Ali. A*., Sanaei, A., Li, M., Ahmadaali, K., Asadi, O., Javanmiri Pour, M., Valipour, A., Karami, J., Aminpour, M., Kaboli, H. & Askari, Y. (2019) Impacts of climatic and edaphic factors on the diversity, structure and biomass of species-poor and structurally-complex forests. Science of the Total Environment 706, 135719. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.135719

47) Sanaei, A.#, Li, M.S. & Ali. A.#(2019) Topography, grazing, and textures control over rangelands’ vegetation quantity and quality. Science of the Total Environment 697, 134153. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.134153

46) Yuan, Z.Q., Ali, A., Wang, S.P., Lin, F., Wang, X.G., Ye, J., Hao, Z.Q., Loreau, M. & Lin, J. (2019) Temporal stability of aboveground biomass is governed by species asynchrony in temperate forests. Ecological Indicators 107, 105661. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2019.105661

45) Ali, A., Lin, S.L., He, J.K., Kong, F.M., Yu, J.H. & Jiang, H.S. (2019) Big-sized trees overrule remaining trees’ attributes and species richness as determinants of aboveground biomass in tropical forests. Global Change Biology 25(8), 2810-2824. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.14707

44) Villa, P.M., Martins, S.V., Rodrigues, A.C., Safar, N.V.H., Bonilla. M.A.C. & Ali A. (2019) Testing species abundance distribution models in tropical forest successions: Implications for fine-scale passive restoration. Ecological Engineering 135, 28-35. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2019.05.015

43) Yang, X.D., Qie, Y.D., Teng, D.X., Ali, A., Liu, Y., Bolan, N., Yang, S., Ma, L.G., Liu, W.G., Lv, G.H., Yang, S.T. & Simayi, Z. (2019) Prediction of groundwater depth in an arid region based on maximum tree height. Journal of Hydrology 574, 46-52. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2019.04.022

42) Yang, X.D., Ali, A., Xu, Y.L., Jiang, L.M. & Lv, G.H. (2019) Soil moisture and salinity as the main drivers for soil respiration across the natural forest and agricultural lands in an arid desert region. Catena177, 126-133. DOI: 10.1016/j.catena.2019.02.015

41) Ali, A., Lin, S.L., He, J.K., Kong, F.M., Yu, J.H. & Jiang, H.S. (2019) Elucidating space, climate, edaphic and biodiversity effects on aboveground biomass in tropical forests. 30(8), 918-927. Land Degradation & Development 30, 918–927. DOI: 10.1002/ldr.3278

40) Yuan, Z., Ali. A., Jucker, T., Ruiz-Benito, P., Wang, S., Jiang, L., Wang, X., Lin, F., Ye, J., Hao, Z. & Loreau, M. (2019) Multiple abiotic and biotic pathways shape biomass demographic processes in temperate forests. Ecology 100(5), e02650. DOI: 10.1002/ecy.2650 (Most Read Paper, Top 10%; Wiley)

39) Yang, X.D., Wang, J., Xu, M.S., Ali A., Xu, Y.L., Lamb, D., Duan, M.C., Yan, K.H. & Yang, S.T. (2019) Effects of the ephemeral stream on plant species diversity and distribution in an alluvial fan of arid desert region: an application of a low altitude UAV. PLoS ONE 14(2): e0212057. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0212057

38) Ali, A., Chen, H.Y.H., You, W.H. & Yan, E.R. (2019) Multiple abiotic and biotic drivers of aboveground biomass shift with forest strata. Forest Ecology and Management 436, 1-10. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2019.01.007 

37) Yang, X.D. & Ali, A. (2019) “Biochar for Soil Water Conservation and Salinization Control in Arid Desert Regions” In Biochar from Biomass and Waste, pp. 161-168. Elsevier Publishers. DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-811729-3.00009-1 (Book Chapter).

36) Ali, A., Lin, S.L., He, J.K., Kong, F.M., Yu, J.H. & Jiang, H.S. (2019) Tree crown complementarity links positive functional diversity and aboveground biomass in tropical forests. Science of the Total Environment 656, 45-54. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.11.342

35) Ali, A*. (2019) Forest stand structure and functioning: current knowledge and future challenges. Ecological Indicators 98, 665-677. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2018.11.017 (Review Paper).

34) Sanaei, A. Ali, A*. (2019)What is the role of perennial plants in semi-steppe rangelands? Direct and indirect effects of perennial on annual plant species. Ecological Indicators 98, 389-396. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2018.11.012

33) Ali, A., Lin, S.L., He, J.K., Kong, F.M., Yu, J.H. & Jiang, H.S. (2019) Climate and soils determine aboveground biomass indirectly via species diversity and stand structural complexity in tropical forests. Forest Ecology and Management 432, 823-831. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2018.10.024 (Highly Cited Paper, Top 1%; Web of Science)

32) Sanaei, A., Ali, A*., Ahmadaali, K. & Jahantab, E. (2019) Generalized and species-specific prediction models for aboveground biomass in semi-steppe rangelands. Journal of Plant Ecology. 12 (3), 428–437. DOI: 10.1093/jpe/rty037

31) Ali, A., Lin, S.L., He, J.K., Kong, F.M., Yu, J.H. & Jiang, H.S. (2019) Climatic water availability is the main limiting factor of biotic attributes across large-scale elevational gradients in tropical forests. Science of the Total Environment 647, 1211-1221. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.08.072

30) Ali, A. & Mattsson, E.(2019) Wood density is a sustainability indicator for the management of dry zone homegarden agroforests: evidences from biodiversity – ecosystem function relationships. Special Issue (Climate and Agriculture) of Ecological Indicators 105, 474-482. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2018.04.024

29) Villa, P.M., Martins, S.V., de Oliveira Neto, S.N., Rodrigues, A.C., Safar, N.V.H., Delgado, L., Monsanto, Cancio, N.M. & Ali, A. (2018) Woody species diversity as an indicator of the forest recovery after shifting cultivation disturbance in the northern Amazon. Ecological Indicators 95(P1), 687-694. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2018.08.005

28) Ali, A. & Yan, E.R. (2018) Consequences of phylogenetic conservativeness and functional trait similarity on aboveground biomass vary across subtropical forest strata. Forest Ecology and Management 429, 28-35. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2018.06.042

27) Yuan, Z.Q., Wang, S.P., Ali, A., Gazol, A., Ruiz-Benito, P., Wang, X.G., Lin, F., Ye, J., Hao, Z.Q. & Loreau, M. (2018) Aboveground carbon storage is driven by functional trait composition and stand structural attributes rather than biodiversity in temperate mixed forests recovering from disturbances. Annals of Forest Science 75 (3), 67. DOI: 10.1007/s13595-018-0745-3

26) Ali, A., Lohbeck, M. & Yan, E.R. (2018) Forest strata-dependent functional evenness explains whole-community aboveground biomass through opposing mechanisms. Forest Ecology and Management 424, 439–447. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2018.05.015

25) Sanaei, A., Ali, A*., Chahouki, M.A.Z., Jafari, M. & Azarnivand, H. (2018) Plant coverage is a potential ecological indicator for species diversity and aboveground biomass in semi-steppe rangelands. Ecological Indicators 93, 256-266. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2018.05.011

24) Yuan, Z.Q., Ali, A., Wang, S.P., Gazol, A., Freckleton, R., Wang, X.G., Lin, F., Ye, J., Zhou, L., Hao, Z.Q. & Loreau, M. (2018) Abiotic and biotic determinants of coarse woody productivity in temperate mixed forests. Science of the Total Environment 630, 422-431. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.02.125

23) Ali, A. & Yan, E.R. (2018) The mediation roles of intraspecific and interspecific functional trait diversity for linking the response of aboveground biomass to species richness across forest strata in a subtropical forest. Ecological Indicators 85, 493-501. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.10.057

22) Sanaei, A., Chahouki, M.A.Z., Ali, A*., Jafari, M. & Azarnivand, H. (2018) Abiotic and biotic drivers of aboveground biomass in semi-steppe rangelands. Science of the Total Environment 615, 895-905.DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.10.010

21) Ali, A*. & Chahouki, M.A.Z. (2018) The positive relationships between plant coverage, species richness, and aboveground biomass are ubiquitous across plant growth forms in semi-steppe rangelands. Journal of Environmental Management 205, 308-318. DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.09.079

20) Ali, A. & Yan, E.R. (2017) Functional identity of overstorey tree height and understorey conservative traits drive aboveground biomass in a subtropical forest. Ecological Indicators 83, 158-168. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.07

19) Ali, A. & Yan, E.R. (2017) The forest strata-dependent relationship between biodiversity and aboveground biomass within a subtropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management 401, 125-134. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2017.06.056

18) Ali, A. & Mattsson, E.(2017) Disentangling the effects of species diversity, and intraspecific and interspecific tree size variation on aboveground biomass in dry zone homegarden agroforestry systems. Science of the Total Environment 598, 38-48. DOI:  10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.04.131

17) Yang, X.D., Lv, G.H., Ali, A., Ran, Q.Y., Gong, X.W., Wang, F., Liu, Z.D., Qin, L. & Liu, W.G. (2017) Variations in functional traits and population dynamics of an ephemeral plant Lappula semiglabra with dew amount gradients in Ebinur Desert in NW, China. Ecohydrology 10(6) e1858. DOI:10.1002/eco.1858

16) Ali, A. & Mattsson, E.(2017) Individual tree size inequality enhances aboveground biomass in homegarden agroforestry systems in the dry zone of Sri Lanka. Science of the Total Environment 575, 6-11. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.10.022

15) Ali, A., Yan, E.R., Scott, X.C., Cheng, J.Y. & Liu, X.Y. (2017) Community-weighted mean of leaf traits and divergence of wood traits predict aboveground biomass in secondary subtropical forests. Science of the Total Environment 574, 654–662. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.09.022

14) Zhao, Y.T., Ali, A. & Yan, E.R. (2017) The plant economics spectrum is structured by leaf habits and growth forms across subtropical species. Tree Physiology 37 (2): 173-185. DOI: 10.1093/treephys/tpw098

13) Ali, A. & Yan, E.R.(2017) Relationships between biodiversity and carbon stocks in forest ecosystems: a systematic literature review. Tropical Ecology 58(1), 1–14. (Review Paper).

12) Ali, A., Molau, U., Yang, B., Jägerbrand, A.K. & Alatalo, J.M. (2016) Diversity-productivity dependent resistance of an alpine plant community to different climate change scenarios. Ecological Research 31(6), 935–945. DOI: 10.1007/s11284-016-1403-6

11) Ali, A., Yan, E.R., Chen, H.Y.H., Chang, S.X., Zhao, Y.T., Yang, X.D. & Xu, M.S. (2016) Stand structural diversity rather than species diversity enhances aboveground carbon storage in secondary subtropical forests in Eastern China. Biogeosciences 13(16), 4627-4635. DOI:10.5194/bg-13-4627-2016, Biogeosciences Discussion., DOI:10.5194/bg-2016-6. Data from: Stand structural diversity rather than species diversity enhances aboveground carbon storage in secondary subtropical forests in Eastern China. Dryad Digital Repository. DOI:10.5061/dryad.8bp7m

10) Ali, A., Xu, M.S., Zhao, Y.T., Zhang, Q.Q., Zhou, L.L., Yang, X.D. & Yan, E.R. (2015) Allometric biomass equations for shrub and small tree species in subtropical China. Silva Fennica 49 (4), 1-10. DOI:10.14214/sf.1275

9) Ali, A. (2015)A review of strong evidence for the effect of functional dominance on carbon stocks in natural forest ecosystems. Research Journal of Forestry 9(3), 65-70. DOI:10.3923/rjf.2015.65.70 (Review Paper).

8) Yang, X.D., Zhang, X.N., Lv, G.H. & Ali, A. (2014)Linking Populus euphratica hydraulic redistribution to diversity assembly in the arid desert zone of Xinjiang, China. PLoS ONE9(10), e109071. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0109071

7) Ali, A., Ma, W.J., Yang, X.D., Sun, B.W., Shi, Q.R. & Xu, M.S. (2014) Biomass and carbon stocks in Schima superba dominated subtropical forests of eastern China. Journal of Forest Science, 60(5),198-207. DOI: 10.17221/21/2014-JFS

6) Song, Y.J., Tian, W.B., Liu, X.Y., Ying, F., Cheng, J.Y., Zhu, D.N., A. Ali. & Yan, E.R. (2016) Associations between litterfall dynamics and micro-climate in forests of Putuoshan Island, Zhejiang, China. Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology, 40 (11), 1154–1163. DOI: 10.17521/cjpe.2016.0157

5) Xu. M.S., Zhao, Y.T., Yang, X.D., Shi, Q.R., Zhou, L.L., Zhang, Q.Q., Ali. A. & Yan. E.R. (2016) Geostatistical analysis of spatial variations in leaf traits of woody plants in Tiantong, Zhejiang Province. Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology, 40 (1), 48-59. DOI:10.17521/cjpe.2015.0246

4) Zhao Y.T., Xu, M.S., Zhang, Z.H., Zhou, L.L., Zhang, Q.Q., Ali, A., Song, Y.J. & Yan, E.R. (2016) Characteristics of hydraulic architecture in woody plants across successional stages in evergreen broad-leaved forests in Tiantong, Zhejiang Province. Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology, 40(2), 116-126. DOI: 10.17521/cjpe.2015.0258

3) Ma, W.J., Zhao, Y.T., Zhang, Q.Q., Ali, A., Shi, Q.R. & Yan, E.R. (2014) C:N:P stoichiometry in forest floor litter of evergreen broad-leaved forests at different successional stages in Tiantong, Zhejiang, eastern China. Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology, 38(8), 833-842DOI:10.3724/SP.J.1258.2014.00078

2) Sun, B.W., Yang, X.D., Zhang, Z.H., Ma, W.J., Ali, A., Huang, H.X. & Yan, E.R. (2013) Relationships between soil carbon pool and vegetation carbon return through succession of evergreen broad-leaved forests in Tiantong region, Zhejiang Province, Eastern China. Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology, 37(9),803-810. DOI:10.3724/SP.J.1258.2013.00084

1) Yang, X.D., Yan, E.R., Zhang, Z.H., Sun, B.W., Huang, H.X., Ali, A., Ma, W.J. & Shi, Q.R. (2013) Tree architecture of overlapping species among successional stages in evergreen broad-leaved forests in Tiantong region, Zhejiang Province, China. Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology, 37(7), 611-619. DOI:10.3724/SP.J.1258.2013.00063

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