Li Yong Ph.D. Institute of Subtropical Agriculture
Telephone: 0731-84615291
Address:  Mapoling, Furong District, Changsha city
Postcode: 410125

Research Areas

The farmland ecological system of water - carbon - nitrogen - phosphorus substance circulation and subtropical regions of the nitrogen phosphorus pollution control

Study on greenhouse gas emission of subtropical ecosystem and the effect of regional climate change on agriculture and its adaptation;

The relationship between the ratio of soil C:N:P and agricultural productivity


1998-09--2002-07 PhD in philosophy, the University of Melbourne   
1989-09--1992-07  Master of Science, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences  

1985-09--1989-07 Bachelor of Agriculture, Nanjing Agricultural University


Work Experience

2009-07~Now, Researcher of the Institute of Subtropical Agricultural Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
2003-07~2009-07, Researcher of the University of Melbourne. 
Assistant Research Fellow of Nanjing Institute of soil science, Chinese Academy of Sciences.  

Teaching Experience

Watershed environment and mathematical model      

 Scientific paper writing       ​

Advanced methods in Soil Science



1 Greenhouse gas emissions in response to straw incorporation, water management and their interaction in a paddy field in subtropical central China, Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science, 2017, Correspondence author
2 Soil microbial C:N ratio is a robust indicator of soil productivity for paddy fields, Scientific Reports., 2016, First authors
3 Three-dimensional spatial variability in soil microorganisms of nitrification and denitrification at a row-transect scale in a tea field, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2016, Correspondence author
4 Ammonia deposition in the neighbourhood of an intensive cattle feedlot in Victoria, Australia, Scientific Reports, 2016, Seventh authors
5 Is green tea still “green”, Geography and Environment., 2016, First authors
6 Nitrous oxide emissions from household vegetable fields in the rural residential areas of hilly subtropical central China, Environment Pollution and Climate Change, 2016, Correspondence author
7 Study on the contribution of baseflow to the export of nitrogen in subtropical agricultural watershed, Environmental Science, 2016, Correspondence author
8 Seasonal variation and spatial distribution characteristics of well water quality in a typical small agricultural watershed, Chinese Journal of eco agriculture, 2016, Correspondence author
9 Estimation of evapotranspiration and spatial and temporal characteristics of small watershed based on Landsat8 data, Journal of Ecology and Rural Environment, 2016, Correspondence author
10 Nitrogen removal and mass balance in newly-formed Myriophyllum aquaticum mesocosm during a single 28-day incubation with swine wastewater treatment, Journal of Environmental Management, 2016, Fourth authors
11 Lower C sequestration and N use efficiency by straw incorporation than manure amendment on paddy soils, Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 2016, Third authors12 Nitrous oxide emissions from a Masson pine forest soil in subtropical central China, Pedosphere, 2015, Correspondence author
13 Spatio-temporal variability of shallow groundwater quality in a hilly red-soil agricultural catchment in subtropical central China, International Journal of Geosciences, 2015, Correspondence author
14 Intensive rice agriculture deteriorates the quality of shallow groundwater in a typical agricultural catchment in subtropical central China, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2015, Correspondence author
15 Wet-season spatial variability of N2O emissions from a tea field in subtropical central China, Biogeosciences, 2015, Correspondence author
16 Rice agriculture increases base flow contribution to catchment nitrate loading in subtropical central China, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 2015, Correspondence author
17 The significance of Myriophyllum elatinoides for swine wastewater treatment: Abundance and community structure of ammonia-oxidizing microorganisms in sediments, Plos one, 2015, Correspondence author
18 Spatio-temporal variability in N2O emissions from a tea-planted soil in subtropical central China, Geosci. Model Dev. Discuss, 2015, Correspondence author
19 Pedo-transfer functions for estimating the hydraulic properties of paddy soils in subtropical central China, Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science, 2015, Correspondence author
20 Emissions of NO and N2O in wetland microcosms for swine wastewater treatment, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2015, Fourth authors
21 Contrasting effects of straw and straw-derived biochar amendments on greenhouse gas emissions within double rice cropping systems, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 2014, Correspondence author
22 Contribution of atmospheric nitrogen deposition to diffuse pollution in a typical hilly red soil catchment in southern China, Journal of Environmental Science , 2014, Correspondence author
23 Linking rice agriculture to nutrient chemical composition, concentration and mass flux in catchment streams in subtropical central China, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 2014, Correspondence author
24 Relating land use patterns to stream nutrient levels in red soil agricultural catchments in subtropical central China, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2014, Correspondence author
25 Wet-season spatial variability of N2O emissions from a tea field in subtropical central China, Biogeosciences discussion, 2014, Correspondence author
26 Organic carbon mineralization responses to temperature increases in subtropical paddy soils, Journal of soils and sediments, 2014, Second authors

27 Effects of biochar amendment on the net greenhouse gas emission and greenhouse gas intensity in a Chinese double rice cropping system, European Journal of Soil Biology, 2014, Third authors
28 Fate of 14C-labeled dissolved organic matter in paddy and upland soils in responding to moisture, Science of the Total Environment, 2014, Third authors

29 Evaluation of soil fertility of paddy field in multivariate mixed linear model based on, Agricultural modernization research, 2014, Correspondence author
30 Atmospheric dry and wet nitrogen deposition in a catchment in subtropical China, Atmospheric Environment, 2013, Correspondence author
31 Spatial variability and distribution of N2O emissions from a tea field during a dry season in southern subtropical China, Geoderma, 2013, First authors
32 Landscape pattern changes at the catchment scale: a case study in the upper Jinjing river catchment in subtropical southern China from 1933 to 2005, Landscape and Ecological Engineering, 2013, Correspondence author
33 Application of the SWAT Model to the Xiangjiang River Watershed in Subtropical Central China, Water Science and Technology, 2013, Correspondence author
34 A long-term sensitivity analysis of the denitrification and decomposition model, Environmental Modelling and Software, 2013, Fourth authors
35  Simulation of N2O emissions and mitigation options for rainfed wheat cropping on a Vertosol in the subtropics, Soil Research, 2013, First authors
36The application of regression tree analysis of double cropping rice land force characteristics, Journal of Ecology, 2013, Correspondence author
37  Simulating the response of N2O emissions to fertilizer N application and climatic variability from a rain-fed and wheat-cropped soil in Western Australia,  Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2012, First authors
38 Soil organic carbon dynamics in a dryland cereal cropping system of the Loess Plateau under long-term nitrogen fertilizer applications, Plant Soil, 2012, Correspondence author
39 Annual dynamics of N2O emissions from a tea field in southern subtropical China, Plant, Soil and Environment, 2012, Correspondence author
40 Progress in research on soil spatial variability of Nitrous Oxide emission and its method, Journal of Ecology, 2012, Correspondence author
41 Mitigating over-fertilization of vegetables with plant growth regulators, Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment, 2012, Correspondence author
42 Is the C:N:P stoichiometry in soil and soil microbial biomass related to the landscape and land use in southern subtropical China, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2012, First authors
43 Relationships between methane emissions and soil microorganisms in a double-rice field in southern subtropical China, Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences, 2012, Correspondence author
44 Annual fluxes of soil N2O in Pinus massoniana forest in Subtropical Hilly Region, Forestry Science, 2012, Correspondence author
45 Modeling the water balance processes for understanding the components of river discharge in a non-conservative watershed, Transactions of the ASABE, 2011, Second authors
46Spatial variability of soil available nutrients in vegetable fields of Changsha, Chinese Journal of Soil Science, 2011, Correspondence author
47 Spatial variability of soil nutrients and GIS-based nutrient management in Yongji County, China., International Journal of Geographic Information Science, 2010, Third authors

48  Simulation of N2O emissions from an irrigated dairy pasture treated with urea and urine in Southeastern Australia, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 2010, Second authors
49 Modelling nitrate leaching and optimizing water and nitrogen management under irrigated maize in desert oases in Northwestern China. , Journal of Environmental Quality, 2010, Second authors
50 Spatial variability of soil microbial biomass carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in a hilly red soil landscape in subtropical China., Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 2010, Correspondence author
51 Narrowing the agronomic yield gap with improved nitrogen use efficiency: a modeling approach., Ecological Applications, 2010, Fourth authors

52 Three dimensional spatial distribution modeling of soil texture under agricultural systems using a sequence indicator simulation algorithm. , Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 2010, Correspondence author
53  Impacts of fertilizer practices on environmental risk of nitrate in semiarid farmlands in the Loess Plateau of China, Plant Soil, 2010, Correspondence author
54 Can the spatial prediction of soil organic matter contents at various sampling scales be improved by using regression kriging with auxiliary information , Geoderma, 2010, First authors
55 Estimating the nitrogen status of crops using a digital camera,  Field Crops Research, 2010, First authors



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