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SHEN Youxin
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1.Zhao ZM, Shen YX: Rain-induced weathering dissolution of limestone and implications for the soil sinking-rock outcrops emergence mechanism at the karst surface: a case study in southwestern China. Carbonates and Evaporites 2022, 37(4). 

2.Zhao GJ, Chen FJ, Yuan C, Yang JY, Shen YX, Zhang SY, Yang JB, Ayemele AG, Li X, Xu JC: Response strategies of woody seedlings to shading and watering over time after topsoil translocation in dry-hot karst region of China. Forest Ecology and Management 2022, 519. 

3.Chen FJ, Zhao GJ, Shen YX, Li ZJ, Tan BL, Zhu H, Wang QH, Fu X: Shading Gradients Drive Differential Responses of Leaf Traits in an Early Community Germinated by Forest Topsoil. Diversity-Basel 2022, 14(8). 

4.Zhao ZM, Shen YX, Wang QH, Jiang RH: The temporal stability of soil moisture spatial pattern and its influencing factors in rocky environments. Catena 2020, 187. 

5.Zhao ZM, Shen YX, Jiang RH, Wang QH: Rock outcrops change infiltrability and water flow behavior in a karst soil. Vadose Zone Journal 2020, 19(1). 

6.Zhao GJ, Shen YX, Liu WY, Tan BL, Li ZJ, Wang QH: Quantifying the effect of shading and watering on seed germination in translocated forest topsoil at a subtropical karst of China. Forest Ecology and Management 2020, 459. 

7.Zhao GJ, Shen YX, Liu WY, Li ZJ, Tan BL, Zhao ZM, Liu J: Effects of shading and herb/liana eradication on the assembly and growth of woody species during soil translocation in Southwest China. Ecological Engineering 2020, 144. 

8.Wu Y, Liu WY, Lu HZ, Li S, Shen YX, Liu WG, Song L: Stoichiometric and isotopic flexibility: facultative epiphytes exploit rock and bark interchangeably. Environmental and Experimental Botany 2020, 179. 

9.Shen YX, Yu Y, Lucas-Borja ME, Chen FJ, Chen QQ, Tang YY: Change of soil K, N and P following forest restoration in rock outcrop rich karst area. Catena 2020, 186. 

10.Zhu H, Zhou SS, Yan LC, Shi JP, Shen YX: Studies on the Evergreen Broad-leaved Forests of Yunnan, Southwestern China. Botanical Review 2019, 85(2):131-148. 

11.Shen YX, Wang DJ, Chen QQ, Tang YY, Chen FJ: Large heterogeneity of water and nutrient supply derived from runoff of nearby rock outcrops in karst ecosystems in SW China. Catena 2019, 172:125-131. 

12.Qiao N, Wang J, Xu XL, Shen YX, Long XE, Hu YH, Schaefer D, Li SG, Wang HM, Kuzyakov Y: Priming alters soil carbon dynamics during forest succession. Biology and Fertility of Soils 2019, 55(4):339-350. 

13.Lucas-Borja ME, de Santiago JH, Yang Y, Shen Y, Candel-Perez D: Nutrient, metal contents and microbiological properties of litter and soil along a tree age gradient in Mediterranean forest ecosystems. Science of the Total Environment 2019, 650:749-758. 

14.Liu J, Shen YX, Zhu XA, Zhao GJ, Zhao ZM, Li ZJ: Spatial distribution patterns of rock fragments and their underlying mechanism of migration on steep hillslopes in a karst region of Yunnan Province, China. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 2019, 26(24):24840-24849. 

15.Zhao ZM, Shen YX, Shan ZJ, Yu Y, Zhao GJ: Infiltration Patterns and Ecological Function of Outcrop Runoff in Epikarst Areas of Southern China. Vadose Zone Journal 2018, 17(1). 

16.Wu Y, Song L, Liu WY, Liu WJ, Li S, Fu PL, Shen YX, Wu JE, Wang PY, Chen Q et al: Fog Water Is Important in Maintaining the Water Budgets of Vascular Epiphytes in an Asian Tropical Karst Forests during the Dry Season. Forests 2018, 9(5). 

17.Zhu XA, Shen YX, He BB, Zhao ZM: Humus soil as a critical driver of flora conversion on karst rock outcrops. Scientific Reports 2017, 7. 

18.Wang DJ, Shen YX, Li YH, Huang J: Rock Outcrops Redistribute Organic Carbon and Nutrients to Nearby Soil Patches in Three Karst Ecosystems in SW China. Plos One 2016, 11(8). 

19.Wang DJ, Shen YX, Huang J, Li YH: Rock outcrops redistribute water to nearby soil patches in karst landscapes. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 2016, 23(9):8610-8616. 

20.Shen YX, Liu WL, Li YH, Guan HL: Large Sample Area and Size Are Needed for Forest Soil Seed Bank Studies to Ensure Low Discrepancy with Standing Vegetation. Plos One 2014, 9(8). 

21.Shen YX, Gao L, Xia X, Li YH, Guan HL: Successional Distance between the Source and Recipient Influence Seed Germination and Seedling Survival during Surface Soil Replacement in SW China. Plos One 2013, 8(11). 

22.Gao L, Li B, Liu WY, Shen YX, Liu WJ: Inhibition effects of daughter ramets on parent of clonal plant Eichhornia crassipes. Aquatic Botany 2013, 107:47-53. 


24.Shen YX, Zhao CY, Liu WY: Seed vigor and plant competitiveness resulting from seeds of Eupatorium adenophorum in a persistent soil seed bank. Flora 2011, 206(11):935-942. 

25.Shen YX, Liu WY, Cao M, Li YH: Seasonal variation in density and species richness of soil seed-banks in karst forests and degraded vegetation in central Yunnan, SW China. Seed Science Research 2007, 17(2):99-107. 

26.Liu WJ, Liu WY, Li PJ, Gao L, Shen YX, Wang PY, Zhang YP, Li HM: Using stable isotopes to determine sources of fog drip in a tropical seasonal rain forest of Xishuangbanna, SW China. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 2007, 143(1-2):80-91. 

27.Shen YX, Liu WY, Baskin JM, Baskin CC, Cao M: Persistent soil seed banks of the globally significant invasive species, Eupatorium adenophorum, in Yunnan Province, south-western China. Seed Science Research 2006, 16(2):157-162. 

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