Wenzhi Liu (刘文治)
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Water quality in relation to land use and land cover in the upper Han River Basin, China
S Li, S Gu, W Liu, H Han, Q Zhang
Catena 75 (2), 216-222, 2008
2172008
Spatio-temporal dynamics of nutrients in the upper Han River basin, China
S Li, W Liu, S Gu, X Cheng, Z Xu, Q Zhang
Journal of Hazardous Materials 162 (2-3), 1340-1346, 2009
1192009
Heavy metals in water, sediments and submerged macrophytes in ponds around the Dianchi Lake, China
Z Wang, L Yao, G Liu, W Liu
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 107, 200-206, 2014
1082014
Lake eutrophication associated with geographic location, lake morphology and climate in China
W Liu, Q Zhang, G Liu
Hydrobiologia 644 (1), 289-299, 2010
1002010
How does the propagule bank contribute to cyclic vegetation change in a lakeshore marsh with seasonal drawdown?
G Liu, W Li, J Zhou, W Liu, D Yang, AJ Davy
Aquatic Botany 84 (2), 137-143, 2006
742006
Plastics in the marine environment are reservoirs for antibiotic and metal resistance genes
Y Yang, G Liu, W Song, C Ye, H Lin, Z Li, W Liu
Environment International 123, 79-86, 2019
712019
Eutrophication in the Yunnan Plateau lakes: the influence of lake morphology, watershed land use, and socioeconomic factors
W Liu, S Li, H Bu, Q Zhang, G Liu
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 19 (3), 858-870, 2012
682012
Seed banks of a river–reservoir wetland system and their implications for vegetation development
W Liu, Q Zhang, G Liu
Aquatic Botany 90 (1), 7-12, 2009
652009
Antibiotic resistance genes in lakes from middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, China: Effect of land use and sediment characteristics
Y Yang, W Liu, C Xu, B Wei, J Wang
Chemosphere 178, 19-25, 2017
582017
Influences of watershed landscape composition and configuration on lake‐water quality in the Yangtze River basin of China
W Liu, Q Zhang, G Liu
Hydrological Processes 26 (4), 570-578, 2012
512012
Effects of watershed land use and lake morphometry on the trophic state of Chinese lakes: implications for eutrophication control
W Liu, Q Zhang, G Liu
CLEAN–Soil, Air, Water 39 (1), 35-42, 2011
492011
Topography and land use effects on spatial variability of soil denitrification and related soil properties in riparian wetlands
Z Xiong, S Li, L Yao, G Liu, Q Zhang, W Liu
Ecological Engineering 83, 437-443, 2015
482015
Edaphic Conditions Regulate Denitrification Directly and Indirectly by Altering Denitrifier Abundance in Wetlands along the Han River, China
Z Xiong, L Guo, Q Zhang, G Liu, W Liu
Environmental Science & Technology 51 (10), 5483-5491, 2017
432017
Influence of vegetation characteristics on soil denitrification in shoreline wetlands of the Danjiangkou Reservoir in China
W Liu, G Liu, Q Zhang
CLEAN–Soil, Air, Water 39 (2), 109-115, 2011
422011
Sediment denitrification in Yangtze lakes is mainly influenced by environmental conditions but not biological communities
W Liu, L Yao, X Jiang, L Guo, X Cheng, G Liu
Science of The Total Environment 616, 978-987, 2018
402018
多元统计方法在金水河水质时空变化分析中的应用
卜红梅, 刘文治, 张全发
资源科学 31 (3), 2009
332009
Revegetation impacts soil nitrogen dynamics in the water level fluctuation zone of the Three Gorges Reservoir, China
C Ye, X Cheng, W Liu, Q Zhang
Science of The Total Environment 517, 76-85, 2015
312015
Distribution, source identification, and ecological risk assessment of heavy metals in wetland soils of a river–reservoir system
X Jiang, Z Xiong, H Liu, G Liu, W Liu
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 24 (1), 436-444, 2017
302017
Metagenomic insights into the abundance and composition of resistance genes in aquatic environments: Influence of stratification and geography
Y Yang, Z Li, W Song, L Du, C Ye, B Zhao, W Liu, D Deng, Y Pan, H Lin, ...
Environment international 127, 371-380, 2019
292019
Human land uses enhance sediment denitrification and N2O production in Yangtze lakes primarily by influencing lake water quality
W Liu, L Yao, Z Wang, Z Xiong, G Liu
Biogeosciences 12 (20), 6059-6070, 2015
282015
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