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Yang, Ziming, Stan Wullschleger, Liyuan Liang, David E. Graham, and Baohua Gu. "Effects of warming on the degradation and production of low-molecular-weight labile organic carbon in an Arctic tundra soil." Soil Biology and Biochemistry 95 (2016): 202-211.
Yang, Ziming, Sihang Yang, Joy D. Van Nostrand, Jizhong Zhou, Wei Fang, Qi Qi, Yurong Liu, Stan Wullschleger, Liyuan Liang, David E. Graham et al. "Microbial community and functional gene changes in Arctic tundra soils in a microcosm warming experiment." Frontiers in Microbiology 27, no. 3 (2017).
Yang, Sihang, Yuguang Zhang, Jing Cong, Mengmeng Wang, Mengxin Zhao, Hui Lu, Changyi Xie, Caiyun Yang, Tong Yuan, Diqiang Li et al. "Variations of soil microbial community structures beneath broadleaved forest trees in temperate and subtropical climate zones." Frontiers in Microbiology (2017).
Yang, Ziming, Wei Fang, Xia Lu, Guo-Ping Sheng, David E. Graham, Liyuan Liang, Stan Wullschleger, and Baohua Gu. "Warming increases methylmercury production in an Arctic soil." Environmental Pollution 214 (2016): 504-509.
Yang, Ziming, Yiju Liao, Xuan Fu, Jared Zaporski, Stephanie Peters, Megan Jamison, Yurong Liu, Stan Wullschleger, David E. Graham, and Baohua Gu. "Temperature sensitivity of mineral-enzyme interactions on the hydrolysis of cellobiose and indican by β-glucosidase." Science of The Total Environment 686 (2019): 1194-1201.
Young-Robertson, Jessica M., Naama Raz-Yaseef, Lily R. Cohen, Brent Newman, Thom Rahn, Victoria Sloan, Cathy Wilson, and Stan Wullschleger. "Evaporation dominates evapotranspiration on Alaska’s Arctic Coastal Plain." Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 50, no. 1 (2018): e1435931.
Yumashev, D., C. Hope, K. Schaefer, K. Riemann-Campe, F. Iglesias-Suarez, E. Jafarov, and et al. "Climate policy implications of nonlinear decline of Arctic land permafrost and other cryosphere elements." Nature Communications 10, no. 1 (2019).