Xia (Emma) Liang is an early career researcher in the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, The University of Melbourne. She has delivered advances and publications on nitrogen use and losses from Australia to a global scale during her Ph.D. Now she is focusing on the evidence-based nitrogen indexes for sustainable agri-food systems to contribute to the tradeoffs between agronomic and environmental outcomes.
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You've heard of a carbon footprint – now it's time to take steps to cut your nitrogen foot..
Reactive nitrogen spatial intensity (NrSI): A new indicator for environmental sustainabili..
Nitrogen footprints: Regional realities and options to reduce nitrogen loss to the environ..
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The nitrogen footprint for an Australian university: Institutional change for corporate sustainability
Xia Liang, Ee Ling Ng, Shu Kee Lam, Elizabeth A Castner, Allison M Leach, Baojing Gu, Gerard Healey, James N Galloway, Deli Chen
Journal article | 2018 | Journal of Cleaner Production
Reactive nitrogen (Nr; all species of nitrogen other than N2 gas) is a major cause of air and water pollution, with worldwide cost..
Nitrogen footprints: Regional realities and options to reduce nitrogen loss to the environment
Hideaki Shibata, James N Galloway, Allison M Leach, Lia R Cattaneo, Laura Cattell Noll, Jan Willem Erisman, Baojing Gu, Xia Liang, Kentaro Hayashi, Lin Ma, Tommy Dalgaard, Morten Graversgaard, Deli Chen, Keisuke Nansai, Junko Shindo, Kazuyo Matsubae, Azusa Oita, Ming-Chien Su, Shin-Ichiro Mishima, Albert Bleeker
Journal article | 2017 | Ambio
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Postdoc Research Fellow (Sustainable Agriculture)
Agriculture And Food
Doctor of Philosophy
University of Melbourne
Master of Engineering
China Agricultural University