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Book Chapters

Chang, S.X. and Choi, W.J. 2009. Applications of the stable N isotope technique in studying ecosystem processes. In: Wu, J.G. and Yang, J. (eds.), Lectures in Modern Ecology (IV): Theory and Applications. (in press)

Ok, Y.S., Chang, S.X. and Feng, Y.S. 2008. The role of atmospheric N deposition in Soil acidification in forest ecosystems. In: New Research on Forest Ecology. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. (in press)

Chang, S.X. and Xu, Q. 2005. Characteristics and conservation of the soil system in grassland ecosystems. Chapter 14. In: Yang, L.Z. and Xu, Q. (eds.), The Soil Ecosystem. The Chinese Science Press, pp. 180-203. (in Chinese).

Chang, S.X., Sun, X.Y. and Tan, X. 2005. Soil nutrients. Chapter 11 in Soil Science, a textbook for undergraduate students in agricultural and forestry universities in China. Edited by X.Y. Sun. The Chinese Forestry Publisher, pp. 244-269. (in Chinese).

Book Reviews

Chang, S.X. 2007. Soils: Basic Concepts and Future Challenges. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 71: 1946

Chang, S.X. 2005. Modern Biogeochemistry (by V.N. Bashkin, 2002). Forest Science. (in print).

Chang, S.X. 1997. Sustainable Forest Management (by I.S. Ferguson, 1996).  New Zealand Forestry, February 1997, p.13.