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基于文献计量的土壤有机碳与土壤微生物多样性 研究前沿态势分析
李雅1; 刘梅1,2; 曾全超3; 顾丹丹1,2; 刘少敏1,2; 安韶山3
2017
Source Publication土壤通报
Volume48Issue:3Pages:745-756
Abstract

为了系统了解国际上土壤有机碳与微生物多样性的研究进展,基于Web of Science 数据源,利用Web of Science 数
据库分析工具和Thomson Data Analysis(TDA)、社会网络分析与可视化工具Netdraw 和Ucinet,从论文年度变化趋势、全球研
究实力国家、机构分布和力量比较、基金资助机构和主题分布、机构合作和研究内容等方面,对1992 ~ 2015 年的相关论文,
尤其是近10 年来土壤有机碳及其影响因素的相关文章进行计量分析。结果表明:(1)论文数量呈逐年增长态势,土壤有机
碳与土壤微生物多样性研究主要集中在欧美发达国家(地区);美国和德国综合影响力最高,英国、瑞典、瑞士、荷兰论文篇
均被引较高,以中国科学院为代表的中国机构在该领域研究增长较快,研究论文最多,但论文整体质量有待提高。(2)中国
国家自然基金资助机构产出论文最多;美国国家科学基金会资助论文篇均被引最高,其次是德国研究基金会,中国科学院
科学基金名列第3,各国在共同资助的研究主题基础上,各有其特色主题;美国的一些研究机构是全球该领域研究合作交流
的中心,其次是德国和中国中科院。(3)土壤有机质、土壤有机碳、凋落物分解、氮、磷、微生物生物量、土壤性质、气候变化、
碳固定是该领域10 年来的热点研究主题。未来应加强国际合作研究,关注土壤重金属、凋落物分解和微生物呼吸等相关主
题,以提高我国研究水平,将相关研究成果及时应用于解决相应的实际问题。

Other Abstract

In order to understand the research progress of soil carbon sequestration and provide references data for
relative researchers, this paper used the methods of Web of Science DSN and data base with build-in profiler
Thomson Data Analysis (TDA), Society network analysis and visualization tools Netdraw and Ucinet, progressed the
metric analysis of papers on carbon sequestration and its influencing factors published from 1992 - 2015, especially in
recent decade, from six aspects as annual change trend of thesis, global powerful countries in relative research,
organization distribution and force comparison, grant-giving agency and their theme distribution, institute cooperative
and research content. The results showed that: (1) The number of papers was on a steady growth trend. The researches
of soil carbon sequestration and soil microbial diversity mainly were focused on Europe and the United States and
other developed countries (regions). The highest comprehensive influence of paper was occurred in United States and
Germany. Higher citations per paper was mainly in Britain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Netherlands. The most research
papers in this field were published by Chinese research institutions represented by Chinese academy of sciences. (2)
The highest cited papers were mainly supported by National Science Foundation, followed by German research
foundation, and Chinese academy of sciences foundation. Each country had their own special research theme based on
public economic support. Some research institutions in America were the center of global research cooperation and
communication in this field, followed by in Germany and Chinese academy of sciences. (3) Soil organic matter, soil
organic carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, microbial biomass, soil properties, climate change and carbon fixation had
become hot research topics in this field in recently 10 years. Future research should focus on the topics on litter
decomposition, heavy metals, microbial respiration, and strengthen international cooperation in order to improve
Chinese research level and solve practical problems with the relative research achievement.

Keyword土壤有机碳 微生物多样性 凋落物分解 土壤有机质 文献计量
Indexed By中文核心期刊要目总览
Language中文
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.iswc.ac.cn/handle/361005/8437
Collection水保所知识产出(1956---)
Affiliation1.西北农林科技大学图书馆
2.中国科学院水土保持研究所图书馆
3.西北农林科技大学黄土高 原土壤侵蚀与旱地农业国家重点实验室
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李雅,刘梅,曾全超,等. 基于文献计量的土壤有机碳与土壤微生物多样性 研究前沿态势分析[J]. 土壤通报,2017,48(3):745-756.
APA 李雅,刘梅,曾全超,顾丹丹,刘少敏,&安韶山.(2017).基于文献计量的土壤有机碳与土壤微生物多样性 研究前沿态势分析.土壤通报,48(3),745-756.
MLA 李雅,et al."基于文献计量的土壤有机碳与土壤微生物多样性 研究前沿态势分析".土壤通报 48.3(2017):745-756.
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