Chang Gyo Jung
Chang Gyo Jung
Sandia Nation Labs
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Enhanced decomposition of stable soil organic carbon and microbial catabolic potentials by long‐term field warming
W Feng, J Liang, LE Hale, CG Jung, J Chen, J Zhou, M Xu, M Yuan, L Wu, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (11), 4765-4776, 2017
Gene-informed decomposition model predicts lower soil carbon loss due to persistent microbial adaptation to warming
X Guo, Q Gao, M Yuan, G Wang, X Zhou, J Feng, Z Shi, L Hale, L Wu, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-12, 2020
Comprehensive analysis of the rice RING E3 ligase family reveals their functional diversity in response to abiotic stress
SD Lim, JG Hwang, CG Jung, SG Hwang, JC Moon, CS Jang
DNA research 20 (3), 299-314, 2013
Molecular characterization of the cold-and heat-induced Arabidopsis PXL1 gene and its potential role in transduction pathways under temperature fluctuations
CG Jung, SG Hwang, YC Park, HM Park, DS Kim, DH Park, CS Jang
Journal of Plant Physiology 176, 138-146, 2015
Molecular dissection of a rice microtubule-associated RING finger protein and its potential role in salt tolerance in Arabidopsis
SD Lim, CG Jung, YC Park, SC Lee, C Lee, CW Lim, DS Kim, CS Jang
Plant Molecular Biology 89 (4-5), 365-384, 2015
Successional change in species composition alters climate sensitivity of grassland productivity
Z Shi, Y Lin, KR Wilcox, L Souza, L Jiang, J Jiang, CG Jung, X Xu, M Yuan, ...
Global Change Biology, 2018
Realized ecological forecast through an interactive Ecological Platform for Assimilating Data (EcoPAD, v1. 0) into models
Y Huang, M Stacy, J Jiang, N Sundi, S Ma, V Saruta, CG Jung, Z Shi, J Xia, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 12 (3), 1119-1137, 2019
Molecular characterization and concerted evolution of two genes encoding RING-C2 type proteins in rice
CG Jung, SD Lim, SG Hwang, CS Jang
Gene 505 (1), 9-18, 2012
Drought mildly reduces plant dominance in a temperate prairie ecosystem across years
K Castillioni, K Wilcox, L Jiang, Y Luo, CG Jung, L Souza
Ecology and Evolution, 2020
Experimental warming amplified opposite impacts of drought vs. wet extremes on ecosystem carbon cycle in a tallgrass prairie
CG Jung, X Xu, S Niu, J Liang, X Chen, Z Shi, L Jiang, Y Luo
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 276, 107635, 2019
Assimilation of NEON observations into a process‐based carbon cycle model reveals divergent mechanisms of carbon dynamics in temperate deciduous forests
CG Jung, O Hararuk
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 127 (3), e2021JG006474, 2022
Warmer and wetter climate promotes net primary production in C4 grassland with additional enhancement by hay harvesting
CG Jung, X Xu, Z Shi, S Niu, J Xia, R Sherry, L Jiang, K Zhu, E Hou, Y Luo
Ecosphere 13 (1), e3899, 2022
Long-term measurements in a mixed-grass prairie reveal a change in soil organic carbon recalcitrance and its environmental sensitivity under warming
CG Jung, Z Du, O Hararuk, X Xu, J Liang, X Zhou, D Li, L Jiang, Y Luo
Oecologia, 1-14, 2021
Topographic information improves simulated patterns of post‐fire conifer regeneration in the southwest United States
CG Jung, AR Keyser, CC Remy, D Krofcheck, CD Allen, MD Hurteau
Global Change Biology, 2023
Thermal acclimation of leaf respiration varies between legume and non-legume herbaceous
F Peng, CG Jung, L Jiang, X Xue, Y Luo
Journal of Plant Ecology, 2018
Lower Soil Carbon Loss Due to Persistent Microbial Adaptation to Climate Warming
X Guo, Q Gao, M Yuan, G Wang, X Zhou, J Feng, Z Shi, L Hale, L Wu, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
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