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Lin Y, Ralph J, Karlen SD, and King JY. Short-term facilitation of microbial litter decomposition by ultraviolet radiation. In revision.

Lin Y, Bhattacharyya A, Campbell AN, Nico PS, Pett-Ridge J, and Silver WS. Phosphorus fractionation responds to dynamic redox conditions in a humid rainforest soil. In review.

Shi Z, Lin Y, Wilcox KR, Jiang L, Jung CG, Xu X, Yuan M, Guo X, Zhou J, and Luo Y. Species composition regulates climate sensitivity of prairie primary productivity. In review.

Adair CE, Parton WJ, King JY, Brandt LA, and Lin Y. Accounting for photodegradation dramatically improves prediction of carbon losses in dryland systems. Ecosphere 8, e01892. Wiley

Slessarev EW, Lin Y, Bingham NL, Johnson JE, Dai Y, Schimel JP, Chadwick OA. (2016) Water balance defines a threshold in soil pH at the global scale. Nature 540 (7634), 567-569. Nature, UCeScholarship

Lin Y, Prentice SE, Tran T**, Bingham NL, Chadwick OA, and King JY. (2016) Modeling deep soil properties on California grassland hillslopes using LiDAR digital elevation models. Geoderma Regional 7 (1), 67-75. Elsevier, UCeScholarship

Xu X, Shi Z, Chen XC, Lin Y, Niu SL, Jiang LF, Luo RS, and Luo YQ. (2016) Unchanged carbon balance driven by equivalent responses of production and respiration to climate change in a mixed grass prairie. Global Change Biology 22: 1857–1866. Wiley , ResearchGate

Lin Y, King JY, Karlen SD, and Ralph J. (2015) Using 2D NMR spectroscopy to assess effects of UV radiation on cell wall chemistry during litter decomposition. Biogeochemistry 125: 427-436. Springer, UCeScholarship

Lin Y, Scarlett RD**, and King JY. (2015) Effects of UV photodegradation on subsequent microbial decomposition of Bromus diandrus litter. Plant and Soil 395: 263-271.Springer, UCeScholarship

Lin Y and King JY. (2014) Effects of UV exposure and position on litter decomposition in a California grassland. Ecosystems 17: 158-168.Springer, UCeScholarship

Lin Y, Han G, Zhao M, and Chang SX. (2010) Spatial vegetation patterns as early signs of desertification: a case study of a desert steppe in Inner Mongolia, China. Landscape Ecology 25, 1519-1527. Springer, ResearchGate

Wu J, Jiang P, Chang SX, Xu Q, and Lin Y. (2010) Dissolved soil organic carbon and nitrogen were affected by conversion of native forests to plantations in subtropical China. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 90, 27-36. CJSS, ResearchGate

Lin Y, Hong M, Han G, Zhao M, Bai Y, and Chang SX. (2010) Grazing intensity affected spatial patterns of vegetation and soil fertility in a desert steppe. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 138, 282-292. Elsevier, ResearchGate

Yang X, Pattison S, Lin Y, Ikehata K, Lau BLT, Chang SX, and Liu Y. (2009) Agricultural wastes. Water Environment Research 81, 1490-1544. Ingentaconnect, ResearchGate