Fu-Jun Yue (岳甫均)
Fu-Jun Yue (岳甫均)
Associate Professor, Institute of Surface-Earth System Science Tianjin University
Verified email at tju.edu.cn - Homepage
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Identification of sources and transformations of nitrate in the Xijiang River using nitrate isotopes and Bayesian model
C Li, SL Li, FJ Yue, J Liu, J Zhong, ZF Yan, RC Zhang, ZJ Wang, S Xu
Science of the Total Environment 646, 801-810, 2019
Analysis of δ15N and δ18O to identify nitrate sources and transformations in Songhua River, Northeast China
FJ Yue, CQ Liu, SL Li, ZQ Zhao, XL Liu, H Ding, BJ Liu, J Zhong
Journal of hydrology 519, 329-339, 2014
Sources and transport of nitrate constrained by the isotopic technique in a karst catchment: an example from Southwest China
FJ Yue, SL Li, CQ Liu, YC Lang, H Ding
Hydrological Processes 29 (8), 1883-1893, 2015
Chemical weathering processes in the Yalong River draining the eastern Tibetan Plateau, China
SL Li, B Chetelat, F Yue, Z Zhao, CQ Liu
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 88, 74-84, 2014
Using dual isotopes to evaluate sources and transformation of nitrogen in the Liao River, northeast China
FJ Yue, SL Li, CQ Liu, ZQ Zhao, J Hu
Applied geochemistry 36, 1-9, 2013
Tracing nitrate sources with dual isotopes and long term monitoring of nitrogen species in the Yellow River, China
FJ Yue, SL Li, CQ Liu, ZQ Zhao, H Ding
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
Quantifying depression trapping effect on rainwater chemical composition during the rainy season in karst agricultural area, southwestern China
J Zeng, FJ Yue, ZJ Wang, Q Wu, CQ Qin, SL Li
Atmospheric Environment 218, 116998, 2019
Land use interacts with changes in catchment hydrology to generate chronic nitrate pollution in karst waters and strong seasonality in excess nitrate export
FJ Yue, S Waldron, SL Li, ZJ Wang, J Zeng, S Xu, ZC Zhang, DM Oliver
Science of the Total Environment 696, 134062, 2019
Nitrous oxide emissions from river network with variable nitrogen loading in Tianjin, China
XL Liu, L Bai, ZL Wang, J Li, FJ Yue, SL Li
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 157, 153-161, 2015
Sensitivity of chemical weathering and dissolved carbon dynamics to hydrological conditions in a typical karst river
J Zhong, S Li, F Tao, F Yue, CQ Liu
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-9, 2017
Soil functions and ecosystem services research in the Chinese karst Critical Zone
SM Green, JAJ Dungait, C Tu, HL Buss, N Sanderson, SJ Hawkes, K Xing, ...
Chemical Geology 527, 119107, 2019
The O and H isotope characteristics of water from major rivers in China
SL Li, FJ Yue, CQ Liu, H Ding, ZQ Zhao, X Li
Chinese Journal of Geochemistry 34 (1), 28-37, 2015
Rainfall driven nitrate transport in agricultural karst surface river system: Insight from high resolution hydrochemistry and nitrate isotopes
ZJ Wang, SL Li, FJ Yue, CQ Qin, S Buckerfield, J Zeng
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 291, 106787, 2020
Temporal transport of major and trace elements in the upper reaches of the Xijiang River, SW China
J Liu, SL Li, JB Chen, J Zhong, FJ Yue, Y Lang, H Ding
Environmental Earth Sciences 76 (7), 299, 2017
Using nitrogen isotopic approach to identify nitrate sources in waters of Tianjin, China
F Yue, X Liu, J Li, Z Zhu, Z Wang
Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology 85 (6), 562-567, 2010
Evaluation of factors driving seasonal nitrate variations in surface and underground systems of a karst catchment
FJ Yue, SL Li, J Zhong, J Liu
Vadose Zone Journal 17 (1), 1-10, 2018
The contribution of nitrate sources in Liao Rivers, China, based on isotopic fractionation and Bayesian mixing model
FJ Yue, SL Li, J Hu
Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 13, 16-20, 2015
Using a dual isotopic approach to trace sources and mixing of sulphate in Changjiang Estuary, China
SL Li, CQ Liu, S Patra, F Wang, B Wang, F Yue
Applied Geochemistry 26, S210-S213, 2011
Agriculture driven nitrogen wet deposition in a karst catchment in southwest China
J Zeng, FJ Yue, SL Li, ZJ Wang, CQ Qin, QX Wu, S Xu
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 294, 106883, 2020
High-frequency monitoring reveals how hydrochemistry and dissolved carbon respond to rainstorms at a karstic critical zone, Southwestern China
C Qin, SL Li, S Waldron, FJ Yue, ZJ Wang, J Zhong, H Ding, CQ Liu
Science of the Total Environment 714, 136833, 2020
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