SE: Zhu Bo
Instituteof MountainHazards and Environment, CAS
— Non-point source pollution
— Nutrient cycling
The specific areas where he can assist in reviewing or editing manuscripts
—Soil and Environmental science
—Non-point source pollution
—C, N, P biogeochemistry, Eco-hydrology
Publications: more than 260 peer reviewed academic articles have been published. Some representative articles are listed in the following.
1．Zhu B., Wang T., You X., et al. Nutrient Release from Weathering of Purplish Rocks in the Sichuan Basin, China. Pedosphere, 2008, 18(2): 257-264.
2．Zhu B., Wang T. et al., Measurements of nitrate leaching from a hillslope cropland in the Central Sichuan Basin, China. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 2009，73（4）：1419-1426.
3．Luo Z.X., Zhu B (Corresponding Author), Tang J.L. et al. Phosphorus retention capacity of drainage ditch sediments in hilly area of the central Sichuan Basin, China. Ecological Engineering, 2009, 35(1): 57-64.
4．Gao Y, Zhu B (Corresponding Author), Zhou P. Effects of Surface Cover on Phosphorus Loss from a Hillslope Cropland of Purple Soil under Simulated Rainfall: a case study in China. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems, 2009, 85:263-273.
5．Deng J., Zhou Z., Zhu B. (Corresponding Author), Zheng X, Li C, Wang X, Jian Z. Modeling nitrogen loading in a small watershed in southwest China using a DNDC model with hydrological enhancements. Biogeosciences, 2011, 8: 2999-3009.
6．Zhu B. (Corresponding Author), Wang Z., Zhang X. Phosphorus fractions and release potential of ditch sediments from different land uses in a small catchment of the upper Yangtze River. J Soils Sediments, 2012, 12:278–290.
7．Zhou M.H., Zhu B. (Corresponding Author), Butterbach-B K., et al. Nitrate leaching, direct and indirect nitrous oxide fluxes from sloping cropland in the purple soil area, southwestern China. Environmental Pollution, 2012, 162: 361-368
8．Gao Y., Zhu B. (Corresponding Author), Wang T., Wang Y.F. Seasonal change of non-point source pollution-induced bioavailable phosphorus loss: A case study of Southwestern China.Journal of Hydrology, 2012, 420-421:373-379
9．Zhou M.H., Zhu B. (Corresponding Author), Butterbach-Bahl K, et al. Nitrous oxide emissions and nitrate leaching from a rain-fed wheat-maize rotation in the Sichuan Basin, China. Plant and Soil, 2013, 362:149-159.
10．Zhou M.H., Zhu B. (Corresponding Author), Bruggemann N, et al. N2O and CH4 Emissions, and NO3- Leaching on a Crop-Yield Basis from a Subtropical Rain-fed Wheat–Maize Rotation in Response to Different Types of Nitrogen Fertilizer. Ecosystems, 2014,17: 286–301.
11. Gao Y., Zhu B. (Corresponding Author), Yu G. et al. Coupled effects of biogeochemical and hydrological processes on C, N, and P export during extreme rainfall events in a purple soil watershed in southwestern China. Journal of Hydrology, 2014, 511: 692–702.
12. Zhou M.H., Zhu B. (Corresponding Author), Butterbach-Bahl K, et al. Nitrous oxide emissions during the non-rice growing seasons of two subtropical rice-based rotation systems in southwest China. Plant and Soil, 2014, 383:401–414.
13. Zhou M.H., Zhu B. (Corresponding Author), Brüggemann N., et al. Nitrous oxide and methane emissions from a subtropical rice–rapeseed rotation system in China: A 3-yearfield case study. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 2015, 212: 297–309
14. Hua Keke, Zhu Bo (Corresponding Author), Wang Xiaoguo, Tian Linlin. Forms and fluxes of soil organic carbon transport via overland flow, interflow, and soil erosion. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 2016,80:1011-1019.
15. Kuang F., Liu X., Zhu B. (Corresponding Author), Shen J., Pan Y., Shu M., Goulding K.. Wet and dry nitrogen deposition in the central Sichuan Basin of China. Atmospheric Environment, 2016, 143: 39-50.
16. Zhou M.H., Zhu B. (Corresponding Author), Brüggemann N., et al. Sustaining crop productivity while reducing environmental nitrogen losses in the subtropical wheat-maize cropping systems: A comprehensive case study of nitrogen cycling and balance. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 2016, 231:1–14