His primary areas of investigation include Manure, Agronomy, Agriculture, Sustainability and Food security. His Manure research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dairy cattle, Animal science and Serotype. He combines subjects such as Nutrient, Toxicology and Leaching with his study of Agronomy.
His Leaching research focuses on subjects like Greenhouse, which are linked to Nutrient management, Soil quality and Soil pH. His research in the fields of Agroecology, Arable land and Livelihood overlaps with other disciplines such as Productivity. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Soil carbon, Environmental engineering and Greenhouse gas.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Manure, Agronomy, Nutrient, Animal science and Fertilizer. His studies deal with areas such as Environmental engineering, Dairy cattle, Microbiology, Water quality and Herd as well as Manure. Zhengxia Dou interconnects Soil water, Leaching and Soil conditioner in the investigation of issues within Agronomy.
In general Nutrient study, his work on Nutrient management and Eutrophication often relates to the realm of Coal combustion products, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Animal science research includes elements of Feces and Excretion. His study on Fertilizer also encompasses disciplines like
Zhengxia Dou mainly focuses on Crop, Agriculture, Agricultural science, Systems management and Agronomy. His Crop study combines topics in areas such as Phosphorus supplement, Animal science and Pollution. His Agriculture research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Reactive nitrogen, Fertilizer and Sustainability.
Zhengxia Dou has researched Fertilizer in several fields, including Cropping, Agricultural productivity and Leaching. His work deals with themes such as Food waste and Agroecology, which intersect with Agricultural science. His work carried out in the field of Agronomy brings together such families of science as Food processing and Nitrification.
His primary scientific interests are in Agriculture, Livelihood, Mathematics, Agricultural productivity and Cropping. His Livelihood study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Agroecology, Agricultural science, Reactive nitrogen, Sustainability and Food security. As part of his studies on Agroecology, Zhengxia Dou often connects relevant areas like Arable land.
His Mathematics investigation overlaps with Agronomy, Leaching, Nitrification and Fertilizer.
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New technologies reduce greenhouse gas emissions from nitrogenous fertilizer in China
Wei-feng Zhang;Zheng-xia Dou;Pan He;Xiao-Tang Ju.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Pursuing sustainable productivity with millions of smallholder farmers.
Zhenling Cui;Hongyan Zhang;Xinping Chen;Chaochun Zhang.
Changes in the soil environment from excessive application of fertilizers and manures to two contrasting intensive cropping systems on the North China Plain.
X.T. Ju;C.L. Kou;Peter Christie;Z.X. Dou.
Environmental Pollution (2007)
Closing yield gaps in China by empowering smallholder farmers
Weifeng Zhang;Guoxin Cao;Xiaolin Li;Hongyan Zhang.
Laboratory Procedures for Characterizing Manure Phosphorus
Z. Dou;J. D. Toth;D. T. Galligan;C. F. Ramberg.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2000)
In-season nitrogen management strategy for winter wheat: Maximizing yields, minimizing environmental impact in an over-fertilization context
Zhenling Cui;Fusuo Zhang;Xinping Chen;Xinping Chen;Zhengxia Dou.
Field Crops Research (2010)
A Sensitivity Analysis of Nitrogen Losses from Dairy Farms
R.A. Kohn;Z. Dou;J.D. Ferguson;R.C. Boston.
Journal of Environmental Management (1997)
Survival of Salmonella enterica Serovar Newport in Manure and Manure-Amended Soils
Youwen You;Shelley C. Rankin;Helen W. Aceto;Charles E. Benson.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2006)
Phosphorus characteristics of dairy feces affected by diets.
Zhengxia Dou;Katharine F. Knowlton;Richard A. Kohn;Zhiguo Wu.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2002)
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)
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