Scott X. Chang
Scott X. Chang
Professor of Forest Soils, University of Alberta
Verified email at ualberta.ca
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Biochar had effects on phosphorus sorption and desorption in three soils with differing acidity
G Xu, JN Sun, HB Shao, SX Chang
Ecological engineering 62, 54-60, 2014
2902014
Nondestructive and rapid estimation of hardwood foliar nitrogen status using the SPAD-502 chlorophyll meter
SX Chang, DJ Robison
Forest Ecology and Management 181 (3), 331-338, 2003
2512003
Nitrate in groundwater of China: Sources and driving forces
B Gu, Y Ge, SX Chang, W Luo, J Chang
Global Environmental Change 23 (5), 1112-1121, 2013
2272013
Pyrolysis condition affected sulfamethazine sorption by tea waste biochars
AU Rajapaksha, M Vithanage, M Zhang, M Ahmad, D Mohan, SX Chang, ...
Bioresource technology 166, 303-308, 2014
2262014
What is more important for enhancing nutrient bioavailability with biochar application into a sandy soil: Direct or indirect mechanism?
G Xu, LL Wei, JN Sun, HB Shao, SX Chang
Ecological engineering 52, 119-124, 2013
2252013
Effects of plant diversity on microbial biomass and community metabolic profiles in a full-scale constructed wetland
CB Zhang, J Wang, WL Liu, SX Zhu, HL Ge, SX Chang, J Chang, Y Ge
Ecological Engineering 36 (1), 62-68, 2010
2012010
Contrasting effects of wheat straw and its biochar on greenhouse gas emissions and enzyme activities in a Chernozemic soil
F Wu, Z Jia, S Wang, SX Chang, A Startsev
Biology and Fertility of Soils 49 (5), 555-565, 2013
1992013
Substrate type, temperature, and moisture content affect gross and net N mineralization and nitrification rates in agroforestry systems
M Zaman, SX Chang
Biology and Fertility of Soils 39 (4), 269-279, 2004
1672004
SMART biochar technology—a shifting paradigm towards advanced materials and healthcare research
YS Ok, SX Chang, B Gao, HJ Chung
Environmental Technology & Innovation 4, 206-209, 2015
1562015
Long-term intensive management effects on soil organic carbon pools and chemical composition in Moso bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) forests in subtropical China
Y Li, J Zhang, SX Chang, P Jiang, G Zhou, S Fu, E Yan, J Wu, L Lin
Forest Ecology and Management 303, 121-130, 2013
1542013
Soil pH has contrasting effects on gross and net nitrogen mineralizations in adjacent forest and grassland soils in central Alberta, Canada
Y Cheng, J Wang, B Mary, J Zhang, Z Cai, SX Chang
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57, 848-857, 2013
1522013
Biochar addition affected the dynamics of ammonia oxidizers and nitrification in microcosms of a coastal alkaline soil
Y Song, X Zhang, B Ma, SX Chang, J Gong
Biology and fertility of soils 50 (2), 321-332, 2014
1472014
Long‐term nitrogen fertilization decreases bacterial diversity and favors the growth of Actinobacteria and Proteobacteria in agro‐ecosystems across the globe
Z Dai, W Su, H Chen, A Barberán, H Zhao, M Yu, L Yu, PC Brookes, ...
Global change biology 24 (8), 3452-3461, 2018
1442018
Wheat straw and its biochar have contrasting effects on inorganic N retention and N 2 O production in a cultivated Black Chernozem
Y Cheng, Z Cai, SX Chang, J Wang, J Zhang
Biology and Fertility of Soils 48 (8), 941-946, 2012
1442012
Tropical agroforestry
A Atangana, D Khasa, S Chang, A Degrande
Springer Netherlands, 2014
1432014
Land cover change effects on soil chemical and biological properties after planting Mongolian pine (Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica) in sandy lands in Keerqin, northeastern China
DH Zeng, YL Hu, SX Chang, ZP Fan
Plant and soil 317 (1), 121-133, 2009
1362009
Response of microbial communities to biochar-amended soils: a critical review
KN Palansooriya, JTF Wong, Y Hashimoto, L Huang, J Rinklebe, ...
Biochar 1 (1), 3-22, 2019
1322019
Effects of soil compaction and forest floor removal on soil microbial properties and N transformations in a boreal forest long-term soil productivity study
X Tan, SX Chang, R Kabzems
Forest Ecology and Management 217 (2-3), 158-170, 2005
1322005
Improper solid waste management increases potential for COVID-19 spread in developing countries
C Nzediegwu, SX Chang
Resources, conservation, and recycling 161, 104947, 2020
1302020
Soil compaction and forest floor removal reduced microbial biomass and enzyme activities in a boreal aspen forest soil
X Tan, SX Chang, R Kabzems
Biology and Fertility of Soils 44 (3), 471-479, 2008
1282008
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