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Book Chapter
Brokaw N., Zimmerman JK, Camilo G., Covich A., Crowl T., Fetcher N., et al. Response to disturbance. In: A Caribbean Forest Tapestry: The Multidimensional Nature of Disturbance and Response. Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press; 2012.
Journal Article
Schaefer D., Xiaoming Zou, Feng W.. Above- and belowground carbon inputs affect seasonal variations of soil microbial biomass in a subtropical monsoon forest of southwest China. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 2009;41:978-983.
Xiaoming Zou, Schaefer D., Zhang M.. Alteration of soil labile organic carbon by invasive earthworms (Pontoscolex corethrurus) in tropical rubber plantations. European Journal of Soil Biology. 2010;46:74-79.
Xiaoming Zou, Caspter P., Li L., Shi L., Chan O., Xu W.. Assessing the effect of litter species on the dynamic of bacterial and fungal communities during leaf decomposition in microcosm by molecular techniques. PlOS ONE. 2013;8(12).
Xiaoming Zou, Zhang M.. Comparison of soil C and N in rubber plantation and seasonal rain forest. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology. 2009;20:1013-1019.
Huang W., McDowell WH, Xiaoming Zou, Ruan H., Wang J., Li L.. Dissolved organic carbon in headwater streams and riparian soil organic carbon along an altitudinal gradient in the Wuyi Mountains, China. PlOS ONE. 2013;8(11).
Coleman D., Xiaoming Zou, Fu S.. Highlights and perspectives of soil biology and ecology research in China. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 2009;41:868-876.
Kuzyakov Y., Xu X., Xiaoming Zou, Blagodatskaya E., Schaefer D., Qiao N.. Labile carbon retention compensates for CO2 released by priming in forest soils. Global Change Biology. 2014;20:1943-1954.
Han B., Xiaoming Zou, Kong J., Gong H., Yu Z, Cao T., et al. Nitrogen fixation of epiphytic plants enwrapping trees in Ailao Mountain cloud forests, Yunnan, China. Protoplazma. 2010;247:103-110.
Xiaoming Zou, Feng W., Schaefer D.. Plant carbon inputs and environmental factors strongly affect soil respiration in a subtropical forest of southwestern China. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 2009;41:1000-1007.
Huang W., McDowell WH, Xiaoming Zou, Ruan H., Wang J., Ma Z.. Qualitative differences in headwater stream dissolved organic matter and riparian water-extractable soil organic matter under four different vegetation types along an altitudinal gradient in the Wuyi Mountains of China. Applied Geochemistry. 2015;52:67-75.
Wu J., Xiaoming Zou, Yang X., Li Y.. Response of soil nematode communities to tree girdling in a subtropical evergreen broad-leaved forest of southwest China. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 2009;41:877-882.
Feng W., Schaefer D., Xiaoming Zou, Zhang M.. Shifting sources of soil labile organic carbon after termination of plant carbon inputs in a subtropical moist forest of southwest China. Ecological Research. 2011;26:437-444.
Cao Y., Fu S., Xiaoming Zou, Zhou L., Shao Y., Cao H.. Soil microbial community composition under Eucalyptus plantations of different age in subtropical China. European Journal of Soil Biology. 2010;46:128-135.
Zhang M., Schaefer D., Xiaoming Zou. Solid-state 13C NMR analyses of labile soil organic carbon and plant litter of a seasonal rain forest and rubber plantation in Southwest China. European Journal of Soil Biology. 2013;55:55-61.
Qiao L., Feng W., Xu J., Xiaoming Zou, Slik J., Mortimer P., et al. Variation in forest soil fungal diversity along a latitudinal gradient. Fungal Diversity. 2014;64:305-315.
Qiao L., Schaefer D., Xiaoming Zou. Variations in net litter nutrient input associated with tree species influence on soil nutrient contents in a subtropical evergreen broad-leaved forest. Chinese Science Bulletin. 2014;59:46-53.