1.Huang Gang, Su Yan-gui, Mu Xian-han, Li Yan. 2017. Foliar nutrient resorption responses of three life-form plants to water and nitrogen additions in a temperate desert. Plant and Soil (Accepted).
2.Huang Gang, Li Li, Su Yan-gui, Li Yan. 2018. Differential seasonal effects of water addition and nitrogen fertilization on microbial biomass and diversity in a temperate desert. Catena 161:27-36.
3.Huang Gang, Li Yan, Mu Xiaohan, Zhao Hongmei, Cao Yanfeng. 2017. Water use efficiency in response to simulated increasing precipitation in a temperate desert ecosystem of Xinjiang, China. Journal of Arid Land, 9(6): 823–836
4.Huang Gang, Zhao, Hong-mei, Li Yan. Litter decomposition in hyper-arid deserts: Photodegradation is still important. Science of the Total Environment, 2017, 601-602,784-792.
5.Huang Gang, Li Yan. Photodegradation effects are related to precipitation amount, precipitation frequency and litter traits in a desert ecosystem Soil Biololgy and Biochemistry, 2017, 115, 383-392.
6.Huang Gang, Hayes Patrick, Ryan Megan, Pang Jiayin, Lambers Hans. Peppermint trees shift their phosphorus-acquisition strategy along a strong gradient of plant-available phosphorus by increasing their transpiration at very low phosphorus availability. Oecologia. 2017. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00442-017-3961-x
7.Huang Gang, Su Yan Gui, Zhu Li, Li Yan. 2016. The important roles of spring ephemerals and soil microbes in soil nutrient retention in a temperate desert. Plant and Soil,406,43–54.
8.Huang Gang, Li Yan. 2015. Effects of nitrogen addition on soil microbes and their implications for soil C emission in the Gurbantunggut Desert, center of the Eurasian Continent. Science of the Total Environment. 515, 215–224.
9.Huang Gang, Li Yan, Su Yangui. 2015. Effects of increasing precipitation on soil microbial community composition and soil respiration in a temperate desert, Northwestern China. Soil Biololgy and Biochemistry 83, 52-56 .
10.Huang Gang, Li Yan. 2015. Phenological transition dictates the seasonal dynamics of ecosystem carbon exchanges in a desert steppe. Journal of Vegetation Science,26, 337–347.
11.Huang Gang, Li Yan, Francisco M. Padilla 2015 Ephemeral plants mediate responses of ecosystem carbon exchange to increased precipitation in a temperate desert. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 21, 141-152.
12.Huang Gang, Li Yan, Su Yan-gui. 2015. Divergent responses of soil microbial communities to water and nitrogen addition in a temperate desert. Geoderma, 251–252, 55–64.
13.Huang Gang, Zhao Xue-yong, Li Yu-qiang, Cui Jian-yuan. 2012. Restoration of shrub communities elevates organic carbon n in arid soils of northwestern China. Soil biology and biochemistry, 47: 123-132.
14.Huang Gang, Zhao Xue-yong, Francisco M. Padilla, Zhao Ha-lin. 2012. Fine root dynamics and longevity of Artemisia halodendron reflect plant growth strategy in two contrasting habitats. Journal of Arid Environment, 76:1-7.
15. Huang Gang, Zhao Xue-yong, Zhao Ha-lin, Huang Ying-xin, Zuo Xiao-an. 2010. Linking root morphology, longevity and function to root branch order: a case study in three shrubs from sandy habitats. Plant and Soil, 336 : 197-208.
16. Huang Gang, Zhao XY, Su YG et al. Vertical distribution, biomass, production and turnover of fine roots along a topographical gradient in a sandy shrubland. Plant and Soil, 2008, 308: 201-212.