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Name:
Yan Xiaoyuan
Education:
Ph. D
Positions:
Director of Changshu Agro-ecological Experimental Station
Academic title:
Professor
Postal Code:
210008
Subject categories:
Carbon and nitrogen cycling
Mailing Address:
No.71 East Beijing Road, Nanjing, China
E-mail:

Resume:

  Dr. Xiaoyuan Yan was trained as a soil scientist with an emphasis on carbon and nitrogen cycling. He is currently working on carbon and nutrient dynamics at watershed scale, aiming at mitigating greenhouse gas emission and non-point source pollution simultaneously. He is particularly interested in quantifying denitrification rates across landscape and determining their controlling factors.

  Research Areas

  Greenhouse gas emission from cropland and wetland

  Denitrification and anammox

  Soil carbon and nitrogen interaction

  Agricultural non-point source pollution

  Education

  Postdoctoral fellow, Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences, 1999-2001.

  Ph.D. in soil science, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1998.

  B.S. Agronomy, Hunan Agricultural University, China. 1992.

Direction:

   Greenhouse gas emission from cropland and wetland

   Denitrification and anammox

   Soil carbon and nitrogen interaction

   Agricultural non-point source pollution

Achievements:

  National Natural Science Award, 2008

  Jiangsu Provincial Award for Science and Technology Progress, 2004

  Japan International Award for Young Agricultural Researcher, 2008

Article:

  Ti C.P., Pan J.J., Xia Y.Q. & Yan X.Y. (2012). A nitrogen budget of mainland China with spatial and temporal variation. Biogeochemistry, 108, 381-394.

  Yan X.Y., Cai Z.C., Wang S.W. & Smith P. (2011). Direct measurement of soil organic carbon content change in the croplands of China. Global Change Biology, 17, 1487-1496.

  Yan X.Y., Cai Z.C., Yang R., Ti C.P., Xia Y.Q., Li F.Y., Wang J.Q. & Ma A.J. (2011). Nitrogen budget and riverine nitrogen output in a rice paddy dominated agricultural watershed in eastern China. Biogeochemistry, 106, 489-501.

  Yan X.Y. & Gong W. (2010). The role of chemical and organic fertilizers on yield, yield variability and carbon sequestration- results of a 19-year experiment. Plant and Soil, 331, 471-480.

  Xia Y. & Yan X. (2011). Life-cycle evaluation of nitrogen-use in rice-farming systems: implications for economically-optimal nitrogen rates. Biogeosciences, 8, 3159-3168.

  Yan X.Y., Akiyama H., Yagi K. & Akimoto H. (2009). Global estimations of the inventory and mitigation potential of methane emissions from rice cultivation conducted using the 2006 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Guidelines. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 23.

  Yan X.Y., Ohara T. & Akimoto I. (2005). Statistical modeling of global soil NOx emissions. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 19.

  Yan X.Y., Yagi K., Akiyama H. & Akimoto H. (2005). Statistical analysis of the major variables controlling methane emission from rice fields. Global Change Biology, 11, 1131-1141.

  Yan X.Y., Ohara T. & Akimoto H. (2003). Development of region-specific emission factors and estimation of methane emission from rice fields in the East, Southeast and South Asian countries. Global Change Biology, 9, 237-254.

  Yan X., Shi S., Du L. & Xing G. (2000). Pathways of N2O emission from rice paddy soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 32, 437-440.

Community service:

  Director of East Asia Center, the International Nitrogen Initiative

  Member of editorial board of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition

  Member of the Technical Committee on Soil Systems and Critical Zone Processes, American Geophysical Union

Commitment to research the situation:

  National Science & Technology Pillar Program: Technology development, integration and demonstration for carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas mitigation on croplands

  NSFC-JST (Sino-Japan) joint project: Comparative study of nitrogen cycling and its impact on water quality in agricultural watersheds in Japan and China