Her primary areas of investigation include Agriculture, Agronomy, Food chain, Crop and Fertilizer. Her studies in Agriculture integrate themes in fields like Environmental engineering and Nutrient. As part of her studies on Agronomy, she often connects relevant subjects like Nutrient management.
As a member of one scientific family, Lin Ma mostly works in the field of Food chain, focusing on Food processing and, on occasion, Agricultural economics. Her work deals with themes such as Nutrient cycle, Beijing, Greenhouse gas and Cycling, which intersect with Agricultural economics. Her Fertilizer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Livestock and Land use.
Lin Ma focuses on Agriculture, Nutrient, Manure, Agronomy and Fertilizer. Her Agriculture research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Environmental engineering, Agricultural economics and Food chain. Her Food chain study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nutrient cycle, Food processing and Beijing.
Lin Ma has researched Manure in several fields, including Livestock, Crop residue and Animal science. As a part of the same scientific study, she usually deals with the Agronomy, concentrating on Cycling and frequently concerns with Denitrification. Her research integrates issues of Toxicology, Irrigation and Land use in her study of Fertilizer.
Lin Ma mainly investigates Nutrient, Water resource management, Agriculture, Manure and Eutrophication. Particularly relevant to Nutrient management is her body of work in Nutrient. She combines subjects such as Food processing, Land use and Fertilizer with her study of Agriculture.
Her Food processing research includes themes of Sustainability and Agricultural science. Her work in Fertilizer tackles topics such as Food chain which are related to areas like Livestock. Her Manure research also works with subjects such as
Her primary scientific interests are in Nutrient, Agriculture, Nutrient management, Organic matter and Manure. Her research in Agriculture intersects with topics in Livestock, Food processing, Food chain and Environmental protection. Her Food processing study combines topics in areas such as Crop yield, Food security and Agricultural science.
The various areas that Lin Ma examines in her Nutrient management study include Eutrophication and Water resource management. Her research on Organic matter also deals with topics like
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Producing more grain with lower environmental costs
Xinping Chen;Zhenling Cui;Mingsheng Fan;Peter Vitousek.
Integrated soil and plant phosphorus management for crop and environment in China. A review
H. Li;G. Huang;Q. Meng;L. Ma.
Plant and Soil (2011)
Modeling Nutrient Flows in the Food Chain of China
L. Ma;W. Q. Ma;G. L. Velthof;F. H. Wang.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2010)
Nitrogen and phosphorus use efficiencies and losses in the food chain in China at regional scales in 1980 and 2005.
L. Ma;L. Ma;L. Ma;G.L. Velthof;F.H. Wang;W. Qin.
Science of The Total Environment (2012)
Agricultural ammonia emissions inventory and spatial distribution in the North China Plain
Y. Zhang;A.J. Dore;L. Ma;L. Ma;X.J. Liu.
Environmental Pollution (2010)
Phosphorus in China's Intensive Vegetable Production Systems: Overfertilization, Soil Enrichment, and Environmental Implications.
Zhengjuan Yan;Pengpeng Liu;Yuhong Li;Lin Ma.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2013)
An Analysis of China’s Fertilizer Policies: Impacts on the Industry, Food Security, and the Environment
Yuxuan Li;Weifeng Zhang;Lin Ma;Gaoqiang Huang.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2013)
China’s livestock transition: Driving forces, impacts, and consequences
Zhaohai Bai;Zhaohai Bai;Wenqi Ma;Lin Ma;Gerard L. Velthof.
Science Advances (2018)
Alarming nutrient pollution of Chinese rivers as a result of agricultural transitions
Maryna Strokal;Lin Ma;Zhaohai Bai;Shengji Luan.
Environmental Research Letters (2016)
Microbial nitrogen removal pathways in integrated vertical-flow constructed wetland systems.
Yun Hu;Feng He;Lin Ma;Yi Zhang.
Bioresource Technology (2016)
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