Baojing Gu mostly deals with Reactive nitrogen, Environmental protection, Agriculture, Air pollution and Food security. Baojing Gu has included themes like Environmental engineering, Land use, Per capita, Nutrient pollution and Maximum Contaminant Level in his Reactive nitrogen study. His Environmental protection research integrates issues from Nitrogen fixation, Haze, Pollutant and Environment of China.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Urbanization and Sustainable development in addition to Agriculture. His Air pollution study incorporates themes from Pollution in China, Meteorology, Air quality index and Greenhouse gas. While the research belongs to areas of Food security, Baojing Gu spends his time largely on the problem of Fertilizer, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Agricultural economics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Agriculture, Environmental protection, Reactive nitrogen, Agronomy and Pollution. His Food security study in the realm of Agriculture interacts with subjects such as Business. His Food security research includes themes of Livestock, Crop yield and Agricultural science.
The various areas that Baojing Gu examines in his Environmental protection study include Air pollution, Pollutant, Ecology and Biogeochemistry. Baojing Gu combines subjects such as Sustainability, Nitrogen cycle, Nutrient pollution and Per capita with his study of Reactive nitrogen. The concepts of his Pollution study are interwoven with issues in Land use and Groundwater.
Baojing Gu mainly investigates Agriculture, Environmental protection, Pollution, Reactive nitrogen and Natural resource economics. His study on Food security, Agricultural productivity and Sustainable agriculture is often connected to Scale as part of broader study in Agriculture. The Food security study combines topics in areas such as Energy consumption, Uncertainty analysis and Agricultural economics.
His Environmental protection research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Air pollution and Agricultural pollution. His Pollution research incorporates themes from Environmental engineering, Environmental planning, Nitrogen fertilizer, Biogeochemical cycle and Global change. Reactive nitrogen and Environmental pollution are two areas of study in which Baojing Gu engages in interdisciplinary work.
His main research concerns Agriculture, Crop yield, Eutrophication, Environmental protection and Environmental pollution. His work on Agricultural productivity as part of general Agriculture research is often related to Economic cost, thus linking different fields of science. His work carried out in the field of Crop yield brings together such families of science as Soil water, Soil health, Plastic mulch and Plastic pollution.
A majority of his Eutrophication research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Reactive nitrogen, Particulate pollution and Ammonia.
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Integrated reactive nitrogen budgets and future trends in China
Baojing Gu;Xiaotang Ju;Jie Chang;Ying Ge.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2015)
Nitrate in groundwater of China: Sources and driving forces
Baojing Gu;Ying Ge;Scott X. Chang;Weidong Luo.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2013)
Reducing China’s fertilizer use by increasing farm size
Xiaotang Ju;Baojing Gu;Yiyun Wu;James N. Galloway.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2016)
Policy distortions, farm size, and the overuse of agricultural chemicals in China.
Yiyun Wu;Xican Xi;Xin Tang;Deming Luo.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2018)
Atmospheric reactive nitrogen in China: sources, recent trends, and damage costs.
Baojing Gu;Ying Ge;Yuan Ren;Bin Xu.
Environmental Science & Technology (2012)
Significant accumulation of nitrate in Chinese semi-humid croplands
Junyu Zhou;Baojing Gu;William H. Schlesinger;Xiaotang Ju.
Scientific Reports (2016)
PM2.5 pollution is substantially affected by ammonia emissions in China.
Yiyun Wu;Baojing Gu;Jan Willem Erisman;Stefan Reis.
Environmental Pollution (2016)
Constructed wetlands as biofuel production systems
Dong Liu;Xu Wu;Jie Chang;Baojing Gu.
Nature Climate Change (2012)
Does growing vegetables in plastic greenhouses enhance regional ecosystem services beyond the food supply
Jie Chang;Xu Wu;Yan Wang;Laura A Meyerson.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2013)
Nitrogen footprint in China: food, energy, and nonfood goods.
Baojing Gu;Allison M. Leach;Lin Ma;Lin Ma;James N. Galloway.
Environmental Science & Technology (2013)
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