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    张斌,1966年8月生,江苏如皋人,博士,中国农业科学院农业资源与农业区划研究所研究员、博士生导师。国际土壤学会土壤工程与技术委员会主席。主要从事土壤物理学和农业生态学等方面的研究工作,先后主持项目40项、获得奖励6项、发表论文150篇,其中SCI收录论文55篇、出版专著1部、参编专著章节7部、获得专利2项。
【教育简历】(按时间顺序)
1994年-1997年,中国科学院南京土壤研究所,土壤学博士
1984年-1991年,南京农业大学,耕作制度与农业生态学硕士
1984年-1991年,南京农业大学,农业学士
【工作简历】(按时间顺序)
2009年至今,中国农业科学院农业资源与农业区划研究所

            土壤室(2009)、土壤植物互作团队(2013)

            入选中科院百人计划(2012.4-2015.4)
2009年-2000年,中国科学院南京土壤研究所红壤站
           “低丘红壤区土壤侵蚀和水土保持”团队首席(2001-)
            创新责任副研(2001)、创新研究员(2004-)
            中德土壤与环境联合实验室副主任(2003-)
            红壤站站长(2004-)
1998年-2000年,德国基尔大学,洪堡学者
1991年-1998年,中国科学院南京土壤研究所红壤站
  实习研究员(1991-),助理研究员(1996-)
【研究领域与方向】
土壤生物物理学:土壤生物物理机制与土壤持续管理;土壤结构稳定机制与土壤有机碳固定;胁迫土壤功能回复力形成机制。
【主要科研项目】
1、农业部行业项目:坡耕地合理耕层构建技术指标研究(2015-2018),主持
2、科技部“973”专项课题:土壤水分养分库容扩展机理与调控途径(2010-2014),骨干
3、科技部“973”专项课题:典型地区农田生态系统生产力、资源利用效率和环境质量协同提高的调控途径(2005-2010),骨干
4、科技部支撑项目课题:江南丘陵区农田循环生产综合技术集成研究与示范(2008-2010),副主持。
5、科技部“863”重大节水专项课题:南方季节性缺水灌区节水农业综合技术体系集成与示范(2002-2005),主持
6、水利部 重大科考专项课题: 中国生态安全与水土保持科学考察红壤区8省(2005-2008),主持。
7、中国科学院重大农业项目课题: 江西耕地保育与持续高效现代农业试点工程(2008-2010),主持
8、国家自然科学基金委重点基金:黑土团聚结构形成演变的关键控制过程与机制(41330855),主持
9、国家自然科学基金委重大国际合作基金:退化恢复红壤的稳定性与回复力及影响因素研究 (405220130223),主持
10、国家自然科学基金委面上基金:稻田土壤结构变化及其主控因素研究(41471187),参加
11、国家自然科学基金委面上基金:干湿交替和压实对土壤生境及细菌空间分布的影响(40901118),参加
12、国家自然科学基金委面上基金:红壤丘陵区不同土地利用方式下壤中流产生机制及其对物质迁移的影响(40701071),参加
13、国家自然科学基金委面上基金:土壤有机质变化对红壤可蚀性的影响及其规划应用(40071055),参加
14、国家自然科学基金委面上基金:红壤性水稻土有机质物理稳定性机制研究(40371059),主持
15、国家自然科学基金委面上基金:江西鹰潭小流域生态水文过程监测和模拟(),主持
16、国家自然科学基金委面上基金:红壤旱坡地农田水分循环特征与调控机理研究(49701008),主持
17、欧盟FP7项目课题:欧洲流域土壤转化“SoilTrEC” (2001-2014 ),中方主持
18、欧盟Asia-link项目课题: 土壤生物物理学学术交流(2004-2007),主持
19、中德科学中心中德土壤与生态环境联合实验室(2003-2005),主持
20、英国皇家学会(RS)项目: 严重退化土壤植被恢复中的基础生物物理过程研究(2004-2006),中方主持
21、德国科学基金会(DFG)项目: 中国鹰潭地区生态过程的综合研究(2000-2005),中方主持
22、国际科学基金(IFS)课题: 南酸枣花生间的水分竞争及竞争性研究(1999-2001),主持
23、国际原子能机构(IAEA)合作项目课题: 利用原子能技术研究南酸枣花生水分和氮素竞争(1998-2005),主持
【主要获奖成果】
1、“江西耕地保育与持续高效现代农业试点工程”,江西省科学技术进步二等奖(J-11-2-2)。2011年 。获奖者:何园球,张斌,王兴祥,贺浩华,李忠佩,李祖章,王绍华,秦江涛
2、“低丘红壤区节水农业综合技术体系集成与示范”,江西省科学技术进步二等奖。2008年。获奖者:张斌,胡锋,罗奇祥,彭世彰,黄介生,赵言文,彭春瑞,刘勤,秦江涛,崔远来,孙展男
3、“东南丘陵区优质高效种植业结构模式与技术研究”,江西省科学技术进步二等奖(J-06-2-02)。2006年。获奖者:罗奇祥,彭春瑞,陶建敏,张斌,陈先茂,卞新民,王明珠,李辉信
4、“农田水分因子高精度远传数据采集系统”,江西省科学技术进步三等奖(J-201-05-3)。2005年。获奖者:高国治,张斌,彭世彰,胡锋,李辉信,刘春泉,孙展男,何志刚
5、“中国红壤退化机制与防治”,国家科学技术进步二等奖(2004-J-201-2-06)。2004年。“获奖者:张桃林,赵其国,何圆球,王兴祥,李忠佩,孙波,鲁如坤,张斌,史学正,杨艳生
6、“中国红壤退化机制与防治”,江西省科学技术进步二等奖(2003-J-201-01)。2003年。获奖者:张桃林,何圆球,王兴祥,李忠佩,孙波,鲁如坤,张斌,史学正,杨艳生
【代表性学术论文】
1.Yueling Zhang, Shuihong Yao, Jingdong Mao, Daniel C. Olk, Xiaoyan Cao, Bin Zhang*. 2015. Chemical composition of organic matter in a deep soil changed with a positive priming effect due to glucose addition as investigated by 13C NMR spectroscopy. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 10.1016/j.soilbio.2015.03.013
2.Yunfa Qiao, Shujie Miao, Na Li, Yanli Xu, Xiaozeng Han*, Bin Zhanga*. 2015. Crop species affect soil organic carbon turnover in soil profile and among aggregate sizes in a Mollisol as estimated from natural 13C abundance. Plant and Soil. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-015-2414-8.
3.Na Li, Yu-Zhi Xu, Xiao-Zeng Han*, Bin Zhang *, Hong-Bo He, Xu-dong Zhang. 2015. Effects of agricultural practices on contribution of microbial biomass and necromass to soil organic matter accumulation during early pedogenesis of a Mollisol. European Journal of Soil Biology. 67: 51-58.
4.Li Na, Shui-Hong Yao, Meng-Yang You, Yue-Ling Zhang, Yun-Fa Qiao, Wen-Xiu Zou, Xiao-Zeng Han*, Bin Zhang*. 2015. Separation of soil microbial community structure by aggregate size over by land use and tillage after eight-year development from the parent material of a Mollisol. Applied Soil Ecology. 10.1016/j.apsoil.2014.12.003. (In press)
5.Yao Shuihong, Xiaolong Teng, Bin Zhang*. 2015. Effect of rice straw incorporation and tillage depth on puddlability and the dynamics of mechanical properties during rice growth period. Soil & Tillage Research. 146: 125–13210.1016/j.still.2014.10.007.
6.Li Na, Shui-Hong Yao, Meng-Yang You, Yue-Ling Zhang, Yun-Fa Qiao, Wen-Xiu Zou, Xiao-Zeng Han*, Bin Zhang*. 2014. Contrasting development of soil microbial community structure under no-tilled perennials and tilled cropping at the initial formation stage of a Mollisol from parent material. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 77, 221-232.
7.Deng Chao, Xiaolong Teng , Xinhua Peng, Bin Zhang*. 2014. Effects of simulated puddling intensity and pre-drying on shrinkage capacity of a paddy soil under long-term organic and inorganic fertilization. Soil Tillage Research. 140:135-143. 10.1016/j.still.
8.Qiao Yunfa, Shujie Miao, Na Li, Xiaozeng Han, Bin Zhang*, 2014. Spatial distribution of rhizodeposit carbon of maize (Zea mays L.) in soil aggregates assessed by multiple pulse 13C labeling in the field. Plant Soil. 375:317-329. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-013-1932-5.
9.Yin Rui, Huan Deng, Hui-li Wang, Bin Zhang. 2014. Vegetation type affects soil enzyme activities and microbial functional diversity following re-vegetation of a severely eroded red soil in sub-tropical China. Catena 115, 96–103.
10.Zhang Bin*, Huili Wang, Shuihong Yao, Lidong Bi. 2013. Litter quantity confers soil functional resilience through mediating soil biophysical habitat and microbial community structure on an eroded bare land restored with mono Pinus Massoniana. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 57: 556–567
11.Zhang Bin*, Chengqing Pang, Jiangtao Qin, Kailou Liu, Hua Xu, Huixin Li. 2013. Rice straw incorporation in winter with fertilizer-N application improves soil fertility and reduces global warming potential from a double rice paddy field. Biol Fertil Soils. 49:1039–1052. DOI 10.1007/s00374-013-0805-7.
12.Zhao Ying, Bin Zhang, R. L. Hill. 2012, Water use assessment in alley cropping systems within subtropical China. Agroforestry Systems, 84 (2): 243-259.
13.Li Chengliang, Bin Zhang, Tanya Ertunc, Andreas Schaeffer, Rong Ji. 2012. Birnessite-Induced Binding of Phenolic Monomers to Soil Humic. Environmental Science & Technology. DOI: 10.1021/es3018732. 46(16):8843-8850.
14.Steven Banwart, Manoj Menon, Stefano M. Bernasconi, Jaap Bloem, Winfried E.H. Blum, Danielle Maia de Souza, Brynhildur Davidsdotir, Christopher Duffy, Georg J. Lair, Pavel Kram, Anna Lamacova, Lars Lundin, Nikolaos P. Nikolaidis, Martin Novak, Panos Panagos, Kristin Vala Ragnarsdottir, Brian Reynolds, David Robinson, Svetla Rousseva, Peter de Ruiter, Pauline van Gaans, Liping Weng, Tim White, Bin Zhang. 2012. Soil processes and functions across an international network of Critical Zone observatories: Introduction to experimental methods and initial results. Comptes Rendus Geoscience. 344: 758–772
15.Liu Kailou, Jiangtao Qin*, Bin Zhang and Yanwen Zhao. 2012. Physiological traits, yields and nitrogen translocation of ratoon rice in response to different cultivations and planting periods. African Journal of Agricultural Research, 7(16): 2539-2545.
16.Liu M., K. Ekschmitt, B. Zhang, S.I.J. Holzhauer, Zh.P. Li, T.L. Zhang, S. Rauch. 2011. Effect of Intensive Inorganic Fertilizer Application on Microbial Properties in a Paddy Soil of Subtropical China. Agricultural Sciences in China 10 (11): 1758-1764.
17.Banwart, S; Bernasconi, SM; Bloem, J; Blum, W; Brandao, M; Brantley, S; Chabaux, F; Duffy, C; Kram, P; Lair, G; Lundin, L; Nikolaidis, N; Novak, M; Panagos, P; Ragnarsdottir, KV; Reynolds, B; Rousseva, S; de Ruiter, P; van Gaans, P; van Riemsdijk, W; White, T; Zhang, B. 2011. Soil Processes and Functions in Critical Zone Observatories: Hypotheses and Experimental Design. Vadose Zone Journal 10: 974-987.
18.Peng, X., Hallett, P.D., Zhang, B., Horn, R. 2011. Physical response of rigid and non-rigid soils to analogous biological exudates. European Journal of Soil Science 62: 676-684.
19.Zhang B.*, J. L. Tang, Ch. Gao, and H. Zepp. 2011. Subsurface lateral flow from hillslope and its contribution to nitrate loading in streams through an agricultural catchment during subtropical rainstorm events. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 15, 3153–3170.
20.Wang Yi, Bin Zhang*, Lin Lin, Harald Zepp. 2011. Agroforestry system reduces subsurface lateral flow and nitrate loss. Agriculture Ecosystem & Environment. 140: 441-453
21.Zhao Qiguo, Jizheng He, Xiaoyuan Yan, Bin Zhang, Gan-Lin Zhang, Zucong Cai. 2011. Progress in significant soil science fields of China over the last three decades: A review. Pedosphere. 21: 1-10.
22.Yao Shui-Hong, Bin Zhang*, Feng Hu. 2011. Soil biophysical controls over rice straw decomposition and sequestration in soil: the effects of drying intensity and frequency of drying and wetting cycles. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 43: 490-499. 10.1016/j.soilbio.2010.11.027.
23.Liang Yin, Decheng Li*; Xixi Lu, Xuan Yang, Xianzhang Pan, Huan Mu, Deming Shi, Bin Zhang. 2010. Soil erosion changes over the past five decades in the red soil region of Southern China. Journal of Mountain Science 7: 92-99.
24.Lin Lin, Jin-Zhong YANG, Bin Zhang, Yan ZHU. 2010. A simplified numerical model of 3-D groundwater and solute transport at large scale area. Journal of Hydrodynamics, Ser. B. 22(3): 319-328.
25.Zhang Bin*, Huan Deng, Hui-li Wang, Rui Yin, Paul D. Hallett, Bryan S. Griffiths, Tim J. Daniell. 2010. Does microbial habitat or community structure drive the functional resilience of microbes to stress in severely degraded soils restored with different plant species? Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42: 850-859.
26.Zhong Wenhui, Ting Gu,Wei Wang, Bin Zhang, Xiangui Lin, Qianru Huang and Weishou Shen 2010. The effects of mineral fertilizer and organic manure on soil microbial community and diversity. Plant and Soil 326:511–522. DOI 10.1007/s11104-009-9988-y
27.Deng Huan, Bin Zhang, Rui Yin, Hui-li Wang, Susan M. Mitchell, Bryan S. Griffiths, Timothy John Daniell. 2010. Long-term effect of re-vegetation on the microbial community of a severely eroded soil in sub-tropical China. Plant and Soil 328:447–458. DOI 10.1007/s11104-009-0124-9.
28.Viliam Novák, ?ubomír Lichner, Bin Zhang & Karol Kňava1. 2009. The impact of heating on the hydraulic properties of soils sampled under different plant cover. Biologia 64:483-486.
29.Liu M.Q., F. Hu, X.Y. Chen, Q.R. Huang, J.G. Jiao, Bin Zhang, H.X. Li. 2009. Organic amendments with reduced chemical fertilizer promote soil microbial development and nutrient availability in a subtropical paddy field: The influence of quantity, type and application time of organic amendments. Applied Soil Ecology 42: 166-175.
30.Yao Shuihong, Jiangtao Qin, Xinhua Peng, Bin Zhang*. 2009. The effects of vegetation on restoration of physical stability of a severely degraded soil in China. Ecological Engineering. 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2008.11.008. 35: 723-734
31.Bi Lidong, Bin Zhang*, Zuzhang Li, Yiren Liu, Chuan Ye, Xichu Yu, Tao Lai, Jiguang Zhang, Jianmin Yin, Ying Liang. 2009. Long-term effects of organic amendments on the rice yields for double rice cropping systems in subtropical China. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment. 129: 534-541. 10.1016/j.agee.2008.11.007.
32.Lennartz* B., R. Horn, R. Duttmann, H.H. Gerke, R. Tippko¨ tter, T. Eickhorst, I. Janssen, M. Janssen, B. Ruth, T. Sander, Xuezheng Shi, K. Sumfleth, H. Taubner, Bin Zhang. 2009. Ecological safe management of terraced rice paddy landscapes. Soil & Tillage Research. 102: 179-192.
33.Liu Yanli, Bin Zhang*, Chengliang Li, Feng Hu, B. Velde. 2008. Long-Term Fertilization Influences on Ammonium Adsorption by Soil Organic Carbon and Clay Minerals in a Rice Paddy Soil. Soil Science Society of America Journal 72:1580-1590.
34.Zhang Bin, Gangya Zhang, Paul D. Hallett. 2008. Increase in the fracture toughness and bond energy of kaolinite by a model plant-root exudates. European Journal of Soil Science. 59: 855-862.
35.Tang Jialiang, Bin Zhang*, Chao Gao, H. Zepp. 2008. Hydrological pathway and source area of nutrient losses identified by a multi-scale monitoring in an agricultural catchment. Catena. 72: 374–385.
36.Jing Yuan-shu, Bin Zhang*, A. Thimm, H. Zepp. 2008. Hydraulic properties of surface soils vary in three dimensions and along slopes. Pedosphere 18:353-362.
37.Griffiths B. S, Qin Liu, Huili Wang, Bin Zhang, H.L Kuan, B.M,  McKenzie, P. D Hallett, R. Neilson, T.J Daniell. 2008. Restoration of soil physical and biological stability are not coupled in response to plants and earthworms. Ecological Restoration. 26:102-104.
38.Tang Jia-Liang, Bin Zhang, Harald Zepp. 2007. Estimation of irrigation flow by hydrograph analysis in a complex agricultural catchment in subtropical China. Hydrological Processes. 21: 1280-1288.
39.Zhang Bin*, Shui-Hong. Yao, Feng Hu. 2007. Microbial biomass and soil wettibility as affected by drying intensity and wetting and drying cycles during straw decomposition. European Journal of Soil Science 58: 1482–1492.
40.Linhong Wei, Mingzhu Wang, Bin Zhang*. 2007. Effects of antecedent soil moisture on runoff and soil erosion in alley cropping systems. Agricultural Water Management 94: 54-62.
41.Li Jiangtao, Bin Zhang*. 2007. Paddy Soil Stability and mechanical properties due to long-term application of chemical fertilizer and animal manure in Subtropical China. Pedosphere 17: 568-579.
42.Deng Jiancai, Xin Jiang, Xin Lu, Guifen Yu, Fang Wang, Bin Zhang. 2007. Atrazine adsorption behaviour on a fluvo-aquic soil as influenced by contact periods. Pedosphere 17: 786-791. (SCI).
【代表性专著】
1.张斌,吴金水. 2014. 土壤生物与土壤物理。贺纪正,陆雅海,傅伯杰主编:地球科学学科前程丛书,土壤生物学前沿。科技出版社。PP351-368。
2.Hallett P.D., J. Bachmann, Czachor H., E. Urbanek, B. Zhang. 2011. Chapter 195. Hydrophobicity of soil. In: Glinski, J., Horabik J., Lipiec J. (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Agrophysics in series: Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series. Herdelberg, Springer-Verlag,
3.张斌, 梁音, 廖纯艳主编. 2010. 中国水土流失防治与生态安全--南方红壤区卷。北京:科技出版社,PP275。
4.朱波,唐家良,尹斌,张斌. 2008. 中国农田生态系统养分损失对环境的影响. 见杨林章, 孙波著. 中国农田生态系统养分循环与平衡及其管理。科技出版社。177-199.
5.韩贵清,杨林章,魏丹,张斌,杨劲松,迟凤琴. 2009. 东北黑土资源利用现状及发展战略. 中国大地出版社,北京. 275pp.
6.张斌. 2002. 红壤水分与水分循环. 见赵其国等著,红壤物质循环及其调控. 科学出版社, 495 pp.
7.Zhang Taolin, Xingxiang Wang, Bin Zhang. 1999. Soil quality and sustainable farming systems on sloping upland of red soil in southern China. In: Laflen J. (ed.) Soil erosion and dryland farming. CRC Press.
8.Zhang Taolin, Xingxiang Wang , Bin Zhang, QiguoZhao . 1999. Soil Degradation in Relation to Land Useand its Countermeasures in the Red and Yellow Soil Region of Southern China. In: Lal. R. (ed.) Integrated watershed management in the global ecosystems, CRC. Press 51-64.
9.Kauffman J.H., Mingzhu Wang, Bin Zhang. 1995: People’s Republic of China----Reference soils of tropical China (Hainan Island). Institute of Soil Science Academia Sinaca, Nanjing, and International Soil Reference and Information Centre, Wageningen. 32pp.
10.Kauffman J.H.; van Engelen, V.W.P.; Mingzhu Wang, Bin Zhang. 1995: People’s Republic of China----Reference soils of the Red Basin of Jiangxi Province. Institute of Soil Science- Academia Sinaca, Nanjing, and International Soil Reference and Information Centre, Wageningen. 35pp.
【专利】
1.发明专利“土壤表面剪切强度参数测定方法(ZL 00135431.0)”;
2.实用新型专利“土壤表面剪切强度参数测定装置(ZL 00267031.3)”
3.实用新型专利“可作分层土壤水分测量的平行三探针传感器探头装置(ZL200320110710.7)”。
【联系方式】
通信地址:北京市中关村南大街12号
联系电话:010-82106719
电子邮件:
zhangbin01@caas.cn

 

 

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 ENGLISH CURRICULUM VITAE

张斌.jpgBin Zhang

Soil Biophysics and Soil Fertility
Plant-Soil Interaction Programme,
Institute of Agricultural Resources and Regional Planning (IARRP), Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS).
Address: No. 12 South Street of Zhongguangchun,
  Beijing 100081, China.
Tel: +86-10-82106719
Fax: +86-10-82106225
email:
zhangbin01@caas.cn

Bin is interested in the interactions among soil structure, soil carbon and biology in agroecosystems and restored ecosystems and their impacts on soil functioning and resilience and soil eco-services at scales from aggregates to watershed. Bin worked on red soil and paddy soil in the Institute of Soil Science, CAS for 18 years and is working on Mollisols in the Northeast Region of China since 2009. Bin has coordinated more than 20 national and international projects and authored or co-authored for about 60 peer reviewed papers in interntioanl journals and was awarded six governmental prizes for S&T promotion.
Bin has wide national and international cooperation. He is adjunct Professors in the Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology, CAS and in Nanjing Agricultural University. Bin served as Chair of Soil Engineering and Technology of IUSS (2014-2018), and a invited reviewer for more than 15 internationals journals and for funding projects from NSFC, BBSRC and NERC. Bin has many collaborators over the world.


a. Professional Preparation:
Nanjing Agricultural University, BSc, 1984-1988
Nanjing Agricultural University, MSc, 1988-1991
Institute of Soil Scienece, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), PhD, 1994-1997
Institute of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Kiel University, Germany, PostDoc, 1999-2000.

b. Appointments:
2009-present. Professor. Institute of Agricultural Resources and Regional Planning, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences. Beijing.
2012-present, Adjunctor Professor, Northeastern Institute of Geography and Agroecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Harbin. Candidate of One-Hundred Talents of CAS
2004-2009. Professor. Director of Red Soil Station, Institute of Soil Scienece, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Nanjing
2000-2004. Associate Professor, Institute of Soil Scienece, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Nanjing
1991-1998. Assistant researcher, Institute of Soil Scienece, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Nanjing

c. Major awards:
1. Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow, 2000.
2. Six governmental awards for S &T promotion (4 times 2nd prize from Jiangxi Province (the second PI in 2011, The fiest PI in 2008, the fourth PI in 2006, and the seventh PI in 2003), once 2nd prize from the Nation National Government (the Eighth PI in 2004)

d. Synergistic Activities:
1. Chair of Soil Technology and Engineering Committee of IUSS (2014-2018)
2. Vice chair of Soil Physics Committee of IUSS (2010-2014).
3. Excutive Director of Sino-German Soil and Envrionment Corperation Group (2003-2009), responsible for coordinating 10 bilateral workshops
4. Invited reviewer of research proposals from NSFC, BBSRC and NERC.
5. Peer reviewer of 25 professional journals (>20 manuscripts per year)
6. Supervios for 3 postdoctors, 15 PhD students and 18 MSc student

Current and past research grants: Funded grants with more than 30 Million RMB.
1. Technological Indictors for preparation of proper cultivation layer on slope land. Special Fund for Agro-scientific Research in the Public Interest of MOA (18M RMB). 2015-2019. Chielf principal investigator (C-PI).
2. Key processes and mechanisms controlling evolution of soil structure of Mollisols of China. Key research project of NSFC (3M RMB). 2015-2018. C-PI.
3. Factors controlling the dyanmics of soil structure of paddy rice. Normal research project of NSFC (0.8M RMB). 2015-2018. PI.
4. Soil Transformations in European Catchments, EC-FP7 (140k Euro). 2009-2014. PI in China.
5. Fundamental mechanisms of fertility in relation to soil structure improvement. MOST “973” (2M RMB). PI.
6. Demonstration of morden agriculture for sustaining crop yield and soil fertility (Jiangxi). CAS (7M RMB). 2008-2010. C-PI.
7. Resistance and resilience of restored red soils and the controlling fators. Key international cooperaiton project of NSFC (850k RMB). 2005-2007. C-PI.
8. Academic exchange of soil biophysics: the fundamental science behind the improvement of degraded soils. ASIA LINK- EC (300k Euro). 2004-2007. C-PI.
9. Fundamental biophysical processes in the restoration of severely degraded soil by vegetation. RS (18k Pound). 2004-2007. PI in China.
10. Mechanisms and affecting factors of physical protection of soil organic carbon in paddy soils  derived from red soil. Normal research project of NSC (350k RMB) 2004-2007. C-PI.
11. Soil structure dynamics and land use effects on preferential water and chemical fluxes in paddy rice fields at different spatial scales. DFG (130k Euro). 2004-2007. PI in China.
12. Integration and demonstration of water saving technologies in the seasonal drought area in Southern China (Yingtan, Jiangxi Province). Most “863” (4M RMB). 2002-2005. C-PI.
13. Combination of hydrological processes in Jiangxi Province, China.DFG-NSFC international cooperative project. 1999-2001, 2001-2004.
14. Monitoring and modeling of ecohydrological processes in a small watershed in Yingtan, Jiangxi Province. Normal research project of NSFC. 2001-2003.
15. Characteristics of water cycling and its management on sloping upland of red soil. Research project for young scientists of NSFC. 1998-2000.
16. Water competition and competitiveness between Choerospondias axillaris and Peanut in alley cropping system”. International Foundation for Science (IFS). 1998-2000.
17. Synergy or competition for N and water use between Choerospondias axillaris and Peanut in alley cropping system estimated by nuclear techniques”. International Atomic Energy Agerncy (IAEA). 1999-2005.

f. Publications (total over 180 papers with about 60 papers in English):
1) Yueling Zhang, Shuihong Yao, Jingdong Mao, Daniel C. Olk, Xiaoyan Cao, Bin Zhang*. 2015. Chemical compositions of subsoil organic matter changed with a positive priming effect due to glucose addition as investigated by solid-state 13C nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 85:137-144.
2) Yunfa Qiao, Shujie Miao, Na Li, Yanli Xu, Xiaozeng Han*, Bin Zhanga*. 2015. Crop species affect soil organic carbon turnover in soil profile and among aggregate sizes in a Mollisol as estimated from natural 13C abundance. Plant and Soil. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-015-2414-8.
3) Bi Lidong, Shushing Yao, Bin Zhang*. 2015. Soil hardening in paddy fields due to low input of organic carbon: evidences from two long-term fertilization experiments in subtropical China. Soil & Till Research. 152: 94–103.
4) Li Na, Yu-Zhi Xu, Xiao-Zeng Han*, Bin Zhang *, Hong-Bo He, Xu-dong Zhang. 2015. Effects of agricultural practices on contribution of microbial biomass and necromass to soil organic matter accumulation during early pedogenesis of a Mollisol. European Journal of Soil Biology. 67: 51-58.
5) Li Na, Shui-Hong Yao, Meng-Yang You, Yue-Ling Zhang, Yun-Fa Qiao, Wen-Xiu Zou, Xiao-Zeng Han*, Bin Zhang*. 2015. Separation of soil microbial community structure by aggregate size over by land use and tillage after eight-year development from the parent material of a Mollisol. Applied Soil Ecology. 10.1016/j.apsoil.2014.12.003. (In press)
6) Yao Shuihong, Xiaolong Teng, Bin Zhang*. 2015. Effect of rice straw incorporation and tillage depth on puddlability and the dynamics of mechanical properties during rice growth period. Soil & Tillage Research. 146: 125–13210.1016/j.still.2014.10.007.
7) Li Na, Shui-Hong Yao, Meng-Yang You, Yue-Ling Zhang, Yun-Fa Qiao, Wen-Xiu Zou, Xiao-Zeng Han*, Bin Zhang*. 2014. Contrasting development of soil microbial community structure under no-tilled perennials and tilled cropping at the initial formation stage of a Mollisol from parent material. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 77, 221-232.
8) Deng Chao, Xiaolong Teng , Xinhua Peng, Bin Zhang*. 2014. Effects of simulated puddling intensity and pre-drying on shrinkage capacity of a paddy soil under long-term organic and inorganic fertilization. Soil Tillage Research. 140:135-143. 10.1016/j.still.
9) Qiao Yunfa, Shujie Miao, Na Li, Xiaozeng Han, Bin Zhang*, 2014. Spatial distribution of rhizodeposit carbon of maize (Zea mays L.) in soil aggregates assessed by multiple pulse 13C labeling in the field. Plant Soil. 375:317-329. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-013-1932-5.
10) Yin Rui, Huan Deng, Hui-li Wang, Bin Zhang. 2014. Vegetation type affects soil enzyme activities and microbial functional diversity following re-vegetation of a severely eroded red soil in sub-tropical China. Catena 115, 96–103.
11) Zhang Bin*, Huili Wang, Shuihong Yao, Lidong Bi. 2013. Litter quantity confers soil functional resilience through mediating soil biophysical habitat and microbial community structure on an eroded bare land restored with mono Pinus Massoniana. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 57: 556–567
12) Zhang Bin*, Chengqing Pang, Jiangtao Qin, Kailou Liu, Hua Xu, Huixin Li. 2013. Rice straw incorporation in winter with fertilizer-N application improves soil fertility and reduces global warming potential from a double rice paddy field. Biol Fertil Soils. 49:1039–1052. DOI 10.1007/s00374-013-0805-7.
13) Zhao Ying, Bin Zhang, R. L. Hill. 2012, Water use assessment in alley cropping systems within subtropical China. Agroforestry Systems, 84 (2): 243-259.
14) Li Chengliang, Bin Zhang, Tanya Ertunc, Andreas Schaeffer, Rong Ji. 2012. Birnessite-Induced Binding of Phenolic Monomers to Soil Humic. Environmental Science & Technology. DOI: 10.1021/es3018732. 46(16):8843-8850.
15) Steven Banwart, Manoj Menon, Stefano M. Bernasconi, Jaap Bloem, Winfried E.H. Blum, Danielle Maia de Souza, Brynhildur Davidsdotir, Christopher Duffy, Georg J. Lair, Pavel Kram, Anna Lamacova, Lars Lundin, Nikolaos P. Nikolaidis, Martin Novak, Panos Panagos, Kristin Vala Ragnarsdottir, Brian Reynolds, David Robinson, Svetla Rousseva, Peter de Ruiter, Pauline van Gaans, Liping Weng, Tim White, Bin Zhang. 2012. Soil processes and functions across an international network of Critical Zone observatories: Introduction to experimental methods and initial results. Comptes Rendus Geoscience. 344: 758–772
16) Liu Kailou, Jiangtao Qin*, Bin Zhang and Yanwen Zhao. 2012. Physiological traits, yields and nitrogen translocation of ratoon rice in response to different cultivations and planting periods. African Journal of Agricultural Research, 7(16): 2539-2545.
17) Liu M., K. Ekschmitt, B. Zhang, S.I.J. Holzhauer, Zh.P. Li, T.L. Zhang, S. Rauch. 2011. Effect of Intensive Inorganic Fertilizer Application on Microbial Properties in a Paddy Soil of Subtropical China. Agricultural Sciences in China 10 (11): 1758-1764.
18) Banwart, S; Bernasconi, SM; Bloem, J; Blum, W; Brandao, M; Brantley, S; Chabaux, F; Duffy, C; Kram, P; Lair, G; Lundin, L; Nikolaidis, N; Novak, M; Panagos, P; Ragnarsdottir, KV; Reynolds, B; Rousseva, S; de Ruiter, P; van Gaans, P; van Riemsdijk, W; White, T; Zhang, B. 2011. Soil Processes and Functions in Critical Zone Observatories: Hypotheses and Experimental Design. Vadose Zone Journal 10: 974-987.
19) Peng, X., Hallett, P.D., Zhang, B., Horn, R. 2011. Physical response of rigid and non-rigid soils to analogous biological exudates. European Journal of Soil Science 62: 676-684.
20) Zhang B.*, J. L. Tang, Ch. Gao, and H. Zepp. 2011. Subsurface lateral flow from hillslope and its contribution to nitrate loading in streams through an agricultural catchment during subtropical rainstorm events. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 15, 3153–3170.
21) Wang Yi, Bin Zhang*, Lin Lin, Harald Zepp. 2011. Agroforestry system reduces subsurface lateral flow and nitrate loss. Agriculture Ecosystem & Environment. 140: 441-453
22) Zhao Qiguo, Jizheng He, Xiaoyuan Yan, Bin Zhang, Gan-Lin Zhang, Zucong Cai. 2011. Progress in significant soil science fields of China over the last three decades: A review. Pedosphere. 21: 1-10.
23) Yao Shui-Hong, Bin Zhang*, Feng Hu. 2011. Soil biophysical controls over rice straw decomposition and sequestration in soil: the effects of drying intensity and frequency of drying and wetting cycles. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 43: 490-499. 10.1016/j.soilbio.2010.11.027.
24) Liang Yin, Decheng Li*; Xixi Lu, Xuan Yang, Xianzhang Pan, Huan Mu, Deming Shi, Bin Zhang. 2010. Soil erosion changes over the past five decades in the red soil region of Southern China. Journal of Mountain Science 7: 92-99.
25) Lin Lin, Jin-Zhong YANG, Bin Zhang, Yan ZHU. 2010. A simplified numerical model of 3-D groundwater and solute transport at large scale area. Journal of Hydrodynamics, Ser. B. 22(3): 319-328.
26) Zhang Bin*, Huan Deng, Hui-li Wang, Rui Yin, Paul D. Hallett, Bryan S. Griffiths, Tim J. Daniell. 2010. Does microbial habitat or community structure drive the functional resilience of microbes to stress in severely degraded soils restored with different plant species? Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42: 850-859.
27) Zhong Wenhui, Ting Gu,Wei Wang, Bin Zhang, Xiangui Lin, Qianru Huang and Weishou Shen 2010. The effects of mineral fertilizer and organic manure on soil microbial community and diversity. Plant and Soil 326:511–522. DOI 10.1007/s11104-009-9988-y
28) Deng Huan, Bin Zhang, Rui Yin, Hui-li Wang, Susan M. Mitchell, Bryan S. Griffiths, Timothy John Daniell. 2010. Long-term effect of re-vegetation on the microbial community of a severely eroded soil in sub-tropical China. Plant and Soil 328:447–458. DOI 10.1007/s11104-009-0124-9.
29) Viliam Novák, ?ubomír Lichner, Bin Zhang & Karol Kňava1. 2009. The impact of heating on the hydraulic properties of soils sampled under different plant cover. Biologia 64:483-486.
30) Liu M.Q., F. Hu, X.Y. Chen, Q.R. Huang, J.G. Jiao, Bin Zhang, H.X. Li. 2009. Organic amendments with reduced chemical fertilizer promote soil microbial development and nutrient availability in a subtropical paddy field: The influence of quantity, type and application time of organic amendments. Applied Soil Ecology 42: 166-175.
31) Yao Shuihong, Jiangtao Qin, Xinhua Peng, Bin Zhang*. 2009. The effects of vegetation on restoration of physical stability of a severely degraded soil in China. Ecological Engineering. 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2008.11.008. 35: 723-734
32) Bi Lidong, Bin Zhang*, Zuzhang Li, Yiren Liu, Chuan Ye, Xichu Yu, Tao Lai, Jiguang Zhang, Jianmin Yin, Ying Liang. 2009. Long-term effects of organic amendments on the rice yields for double rice cropping systems in subtropical China. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment. 129: 534-541. 10.1016/j.agee.2008.11.007.
33) Lennartz* B., R. Horn, R. Duttmann, H.H. Gerke, R. Tippko¨ tter, T. Eickhorst, I. Janssen, M. Janssen, B. Ruth, T. Sander, Xuezheng Shi, K. Sumfleth, H. Taubner, Bin Zhang. 2009. Ecological safe management of terraced rice paddy landscapes. Soil & Tillage Research. 102: 179-192.
34) Liu Yanli, Bin Zhang*, Chengliang Li, Feng Hu, B. Velde. 2008. Long-Term Fertilization Influences on Ammonium Adsorption by Soil Organic Carbon and Clay Minerals in a Rice Paddy Soil. Soil Science Society of America Journal 72:1580-1590.
35) Zhang Bin, Gangya Zhang, Paul D. Hallett. 2008. Increase in the fracture toughness and bond energy of kaolinite by a model plant-root exudates. European Journal of Soil Science. 59: 855-862.
36) Tang Jialiang, Bin Zhang*, Chao Gao, H. Zepp. 2008. Hydrological pathway and source area of nutrient losses identified by a multi-scale monitoring in an agricultural catchment. Catena. 72: 374–385.
37) Jing Yuan-shu, Bin Zhang*, A. Thimm, H. Zepp. 2008. Hydraulic properties of surface soils vary in three dimensions and along slopes. Pedosphere 18:353-362.
38) Griffiths B. S, Qin Liu, Huili Wang, Bin Zhang, H.L Kuan, B.M,  McKenzie, P. D Hallett, R. Neilson, T.J Daniell. 2008. Restoration of soil physical and biological stability are not coupled in response to plants and earthworms. Ecological Restoration. 26:102-104.
39) Tang Jia-Liang, Bin Zhang, Harald Zepp. 2007. Estimation of irrigation flow by hydrograph analysis in a complex agricultural catchment in subtropical China. Hydrological Processes. 21: 1280-1288.
40) Zhang Bin*, Shui-Hong. Yao, Feng Hu. 2007. Microbial biomass and soil wettibility as affected by drying intensity and wetting and drying cycles during straw decomposition. European Journal of Soil Science 58: 1482–1492.
41) Linhong Wei, Mingzhu Wang, Bin Zhang*. 2007. Effects of antecedent soil moisture on runoff and soil erosion in alley cropping systems. Agricultural Water Management 94: 54-62.
42) Li Jiangtao, Bin Zhang*. 2007. Paddy Soil Stability and mechanical properties due to long-term application of chemical fertilizer and animal manure in Subtropical China. Pedosphere 17: 568-579.
43) Deng Jiancai, Xin Jiang, Xin Lu, Guifen Yu, Fang Wang, Bin Zhang. 2007. Atrazine adsorption behaviour on a fluvo-aquic soil as influenced by contact periods. Pedosphere 17: 786-791.
44) Qin Jiangtao, Feng Hu, Bin Zhang. 2006. Role of straw mulching in non-continuously flooded rice cultivation. Agriculture Water Management 83: 252-260.
45) Zhang Bin*, Xin-Hua Peng. 2006. Soil organic matter enrichment and aggregate stabilization in a severely degraded ultisol after reforestation. Pedosphere 16: 699-706.
46) Zhang Bin*, R. Horn, P.D. Hallett. 2005. Mechanical resilience of degraded soil amended with organic matter. Soil Science Society of America Journal  69: 864-871.
47) Peng Xinhua, Bin Zhang*, Qiguo Zhao, R. Horn. 2005. Soil strength characteristics along an arable eroded slope. Pedosphere 15: 739-745.
48) Zepp H., Jialiang Tang, Bin Zhang. 2005. A methodological framework for a multi -scale study on hydrological processes and soil erosion in subtropical SE-China. Pedosphere 15: 695-706.
49) Zhang Bin*, Xinhua Peng, P.D Hallett. 2004. Eluviation of dissolved organic carbon under wetting and drying and its influence on water infiltration in degraded soils restored with vegetation. European Journal of Soil Science 55: 725-737.
50) Peng Xinhua, R. Horn, Bin Zhang*, Qiguo Zhao. 2004. Mechanisms of soil vulnerability to compaction of homogenized and recompacted Ultisols. Soil & Tillage Research 76: 125-137.
51) Zhang Bin*, Yansheng Yang, H. Zepp. 2004. Effect of vegetation restoration on runoff, soil erosion and nutrient loss of a severely eroded clayey Plinthudult in South-eastern China. Catena 57: 77-90.
52) Peng Xinhua, Bin Zhang*, Qiguo Zhao, R. Horn and P.D. Hallett. 2003. Influence of types of restorative vegetation on the wetting properties of aggregates in a degraded clayey Ultisol in subtropical China. Geoderma 115: 313-324.
53) Zepp, H., Bin Zhang, A. Thimm, A., Yunashu Jing, and Chao Gao. 2002. Physische Geographie und Nachhaltigkeit. Landschafts?kologische Untersuchungen im subtropischen China. – Geographie heute 200: 16-19.
54) Zhang Bin*, R. Horn. 2001. Mechanisms of aggregate stabilization of Ultisols from subtropical China. Geoderma 99:123-145.
55) Zhang Bin*, R. Horn, T. Baumgartl. 2001. Changes in penetration resistance of Ultisols from southern China as affected by shearing. Soil & Tillage Research 57:193-202.
56) Zhang Bin*. R. Horn, Q.G. Zhao, R. Horn, T. Baumgartl. 2001. Shear strength of surface soil as affected by soil bulk density and soil water. Soil & Tillage Research 59:97-106.
57) Zhang Bin*; Guozhi Gao, Taolin Zhang. 1997. Determination of Water Content in Clayey Red Soil Using Techniques Based on Measurement of Dielectric Constant. Pedosphere 7: 149-154.