Limnology and Oceanography

Papers
(The TQCC of Limnology and Oceanography is 9. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Toward a better understanding of fish‐based contribution to ocean carbon flux116
Functional trait‐based approaches as a common framework for aquatic ecologists103
Contributions of external nutrient loading and internal cycling to cyanobacterial bloom dynamics in Lake Taihu, China: Implications for nutrient management100
Relationships of total phosphorus and chlorophyll in lakes worldwide70
A first assessment of cyanobacterial blooms in oligotrophic Lake Superior50
The Ocean's labile DOC supply chain49
Mixing, stratification, and plankton under lake‐ice during winter in a large lake: Implications for spring dissolved oxygen levels47
Remarkably high and consistent tolerance of a Red Sea coral to acute and chronic thermal stress exposures47
Modeling the role of riverine organic matter in hypoxia formation within the coastal transition zone off the Pearl River Estuary46
Photosynthesis‐driven methane production in oxic lake water as an important contributor to methane emission43
Large CO2 release and tidal flushing in salt marsh crab burrows reduce the potential for blue carbon sequestration42
Biogeography and co‐occurrence patterns of bacterial generalists and specialists in three subtropical marine bays41
Anthropogenic nitrogen is changing the East China and Yellow seas from being N deficient to being P deficient40
Eutrophication and temperature drive large variability in carbon dioxide from China's Lake Taihu39
Conceptual uncertainties in groundwater and porewater fluxes estimated by radon and radium mass balances39
Recent warming and decadal variability of Gulf of Maine and Slope Water39
The mangrove CO2 pump: Tidally driven pore‐water exchange38
Eutrophication alters bacterial co‐occurrence networks and increases the importance of chromophoric dissolved organic matter composition38
Sulfur cycling in oceanic oxygen minimum zones37
Environmental DNA identifies marine macrophyte contributions to Blue Carbon sediments37
Synergistic impacts of nutrient enrichment and climate change on long‐term water quality and ecological dynamics in contrasting shallow‐lake zones37
Pore water exchange‐driven inorganic carbon export from intertidal salt marshes36
From webs, loops, shunts, and pumps to microbial multitasking: Evolving concepts of marine microbial ecology, the mixoplankton paradigm, and implications for a future ocean35
Measurement of microplastic settling velocities and implications for residence times in thermally stratified lakes35
Hypolimnetic oxygen depletion rates in deep lakes: Effects of trophic state and organic matter accumulation34
Arctic concentration–discharge relationships for dissolved organic carbon and nitrate vary with landscape and season34
Nitrate promotes the transfer of methane‐derived carbon from the methanotroph Methylobacter sp. to the methylotroph Methylotenera sp. in eutrophic lake water34
Machine learning techniques to characterize functional traits of plankton from image data34
Blue carbon stocks, accumulation rates, and associated spatial variability in Brazilian mangroves34
Trait‐based approach using in situ copepod images reveals contrasting ecological patterns across an Arctic ice melt zone33
The relevance of environment vs. composition on dissolved organic matter degradation in freshwaters33
Food niches of planktonic rotifers: Diversification and implications33
Increasing nutrient stress reduces the efficiency of energy transfer through planktonic size spectra31
Highly enriched N‐containing organic molecules of Synechococcus lysates and their rapid transformation by heterotrophic bacteria31
Response of benthic nitrogen cycling to estuarine hypoxia30
How hydrology and anthropogenic activity influence the molecular composition and export of dissolved organic matter: Observations along a large river continuum29
Turbulence in a small boreal lake: Consequences for air–water gas exchange29
Using chlorophyll fluorescence kinetics to determine photosynthesis in aquatic ecosystems29
The drivers of multiple dimensions of stream macroinvertebrate beta diversity across a large montane landscape29
Drivers of water quality changes within the Laurentian Great Lakes region over the past 40 years29
Character and environmental lability of cyanobacteria‐derived dissolved organic matter29
Atmospheric stilling and warming air temperatures drive long‐term changes in lake stratification in a large oligotrophic lake28
Plasticity in the grazing ecophysiology of Florenciella (Dichtyochophyceae), a mixotrophic nanoflagellate that consumes Prochlorococcus and other bacteria28
Changing circumpolar distributions and isoscapes of Antarctic krill: Indo‐Pacific habitat refuges counter long‐term degradation of the Atlantic sector27
Reference state, structure, regime shifts, and regulatory drivers in a coastal sea over the last century: The Central Baltic Sea case26
The role of photomineralization for CO2 emissions in boreal lakes along a gradient of dissolved organic matter26
Accelerated sediment phosphorus release in Lake Erie's central basin during seasonal anoxia25
Warming combined with experimental eutrophication intensifies lake phytoplankton blooms25
Tackling the jelly web: Trophic ecology of gelatinous zooplankton in oceanic food webs of the eastern tropical Atlantic assessed by stable isotope analysis25
Coastal carbon cycle changes following mangrove loss25
Physical drivers facilitating a toxigenic cyanobacterial bloom in a major Great Lakes tributary25
Isotopic approaches to estimating the contribution of heterotrophic sources to Hawaiian corals24
Seasonal patterns in greenhouse gas emissions from lakes and ponds in a High Arctic polygonal landscape24
Effects of upwelling and runoff on water mass mixing and nutrient supply induced by typhoons: Insight from dual water isotopes tracing24
Terrestrial input of herbicides has significant impacts on phytoplankton and bacterioplankton communities in coastal waters24
Seasonal patterns in greenhouse gas emissions from thermokarst lakes in Central Yakutia (Eastern Siberia)24
Dynamic changes in size‐fractionated dissolved organic matter composition in a seasonally ice‐covered Arctic River24
Stratification strength and light climate explain variation in chlorophyll a at the continental scale in a European multilake survey in a heatwave summer23
Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) is essential to balance the metabolic demands of four dominant North‐Atlantic deep‐sea sponges23
Riverine bacterioplankton and phytoplankton assembly along an environmental gradient induced by urbanization23
Size‐specific grazing and competitive interactions between large salps and protistan grazers23
Control of a phytoplankton bloom by wind‐driven vertical mixing and light availability23
Environmental drivers of taxonomic and functional variation in zooplankton diversity and composition in freshwater lakes across Canadian continental watersheds22
Oceanic heterotrophic flagellates are dominated by a few widespread taxa22
The killer within: Endogenous bacteria accelerate oyster mortality during sustained anoxia22
Contrasting nonphotochemical quenching patterns under high light and darkness aligns with light niche occupancy in Arctic diatoms22
River chemistry constraints on the carbon capture potential of surficial enhanced rock weathering21
The importance of jellyfish–microbe interactions for biogeochemical cycles in the ocean21
Alkalinity export to the ocean is a major carbon sequestration mechanism in a macrotidal saltmarsh21
Under‐ice mesocosms reveal the primacy of light but the importance of zooplankton in winter phytoplankton dynamics21
Occurrence and cycle of dimethyl sulfide in the western Pacific Ocean21
Tipping points and multiple drivers in changing aquatic ecosystems: A review of experimental studies21
An empirical model to predict methane production in inland water sediment from particular organic matter supply and reactivity21
Potential role of submerged macrophytes for oxic methane production in aquatic ecosystems21
Extreme warming and regime shift toward amplified variability in a far northern lake20
Nutritional quality of littoral macroinvertebrates and pelagic zooplankton in subarctic lakes20
Coral rubble dynamics in the Anthropocene and implications for reef recovery20
Drivers and projections of ice phenology in mountain lakes in the western United States20
Linkages between anammox and denitrifying bacterial communities and nitrogen loss rates in high‐elevation rivers20
Decreased calcium concentration interferes with life history defense strategies of Ceriodaphnia cornuta in response to fish kairomone20
Predicting atrazine concentrations in waterbodies across the contiguous United States: The importance of land use, hydrology, and water physicochemistry20
Seasonal microbial food web dynamics in contrasting Southern Ocean productivity regimes20
Coastal hypoxia and eutrophication as key controls on benthic release and water column dynamics of iron and manganese20
Hydrologic control on winter dissolved oxygen mediates arsenic cycling in a small subarctic lake19
Coupled dynamics of iron, manganese, and phosphorus in brackish coastal sediments populated by cable bacteria19
Metabolism overrides photo‐oxidation in CO2 dynamics of Arctic permafrost streams19
Influence of settling organic matter quantity and quality on benthic nitrogen cycling19
Secretion of sulfated fucans by diatoms may contribute to marine aggregate formation19
Coral heat tolerance under variable temperatures: Effects of different variability regimes and past environmental history vs. current exposure19
Examining the production, export, and immediate fate of kelp detritus on open‐coast subtidal reefs in the Northeast Atlantic19
The interactive effects of temperature and nutrients on a spring phytoplankton community19
Pelagic tunicate grazing on marine microbes revealed by integrative approaches19
Subsurface dynamics of buoyant microplastics subject to algal biofouling19
Sedimentary DNA identifies modern and past macrophyte diversity and its environmental drivers in high‐latitude and high‐elevation lakes in Siberia and China19
Marine phytoplankton resilience may moderate oligotrophic ecosystem responses and biogeochemical feedbacks to climate change18
Spatial and temporal variations of bacterioplankton in the Chesapeake Bay: A re‐examination with high‐throughput sequencing analysis18
Amino acid δ13C and δ15N analyses reveal distinct species‐specific patterns of trophic plasticity in a marine symbiosis18
Oceanic turbulence from a planktonic perspective18
Kelp deposition changes mineralization pathways and microbial communities in a sandy beach18
Bringing seascape ecology to the deep seabed: A review and framework for its application18
Selective feeding and linkages to the microbial food web by the doliolid Dolioletta gegenbauri18
Habitat‐specific biogenic production and erosion influences net framework and sediment coral reef carbonate budgets18
Nutrients influence seasonal metabolic patterns and total productivity of Arctic streams18
Autonomous vehicle surveys indicate that flow reversals retain juvenile fishes in a highly advective high‐latitude ecosystem18
Carbon emission from thermokarst lakes in NE European tundra18
Massive silicon utilization facilitated by a benthic‐pelagic coupled feedback sustains deep‐sea sponge aggregations18
Oxygen‐deficient water zones in the Baltic Sea promote uncharacterized Hg methylating microorganisms in underlying sediments17
Single dominant diatom can host diverse parasitic fungi with different degree of host specificity17
Spatial variability of prokaryotic and viral abundances in the Kermadec and Atacama Trench regions17
Diazotrophs modulate phycobiliproteins and nitrogen stoichiometry differently than other cyanobacteria in response to light and nitrogen availability17
Biogeochemical attenuation of nitrate in a sandy subterranean estuary: Insights from two stable isotope approaches17
Bacterial communities in cascade reservoirs along a large river17
Photosynthetic energy conversion efficiency in the West Antarctic Peninsula17
High irradiation and low discharge promote the dominant role of phytoplankton in riverine nutrient dynamics17
Climate and food web effects on the spring clear‐water phase in two north‐temperate eutrophic lakes17
Food source diversity, trophic plasticity, and omnivory enhance the stability of a shallow benthic food web from a high‐Arctic fjord exposed to freshwater inputs17
Modeled approaches to estimating blue carbon accumulation with mangrove restoration to support a blue carbon accounting method for Australia17
The rapid, mass invasion of New Zealand by North American Daphniapulex17
Whole‐lake methane emissions from two temperate shallow lakes with fluctuating water levels: Relevance of spatiotemporal patterns16
Environmental gradients and physical barriers drive the basin‐wide spatial structuring of Mediterranean Sea and adjacent eastern Atlantic Ocean prokaryotic communities16
Elements of lake macrophyte metacommunity structure: Global variation and community‐environment relationships16
Increased microbial and substrate complexity result in higher molecular diversity of the dissolved organic matter pool16
Denitrification, anammox, and dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium across a mosaic of estuarine benthic habitats16
Dissolved organic matter sources in glacierized watersheds delineated through compositional and carbon isotopic modeling16
A coastal N2 fixation hotspot at the Cape Hatteras front: Elucidating spatial heterogeneity in diazotroph activity via supervised machine learning16
Biogeochemistry and microbiology of high Arctic marine sediment ecosystems—Case study of Svalbard fjords16
Microzooplankton grazing constrains pathways of carbon export in the subarctic North Pacific16
Hypoxia dynamics and spatial distribution in a low gradient river16
High‐frequency time‐series autonomous observations of sea surface pCO2 and pH15
Attenuation of photosynthetically active radiation and ultraviolet radiation in response to changing dissolved organic carbon in browning lakes: Modeling and parametrization15
Seasonal and spatial variability in surface pCO2 and air–water CO2 flux in the Chesapeake Bay15
Symbiotic stony and soft corals: Is their host‐algae relationship really mutualistic at lower mesophotic reefs?15
Marked spatiotemporal variations in small phytoplankton structure in contrasted waters of the Southern Ocean (Kerguelen area)15
Manganese biogeochemistry in the Southern Ocean, from Tasmania to Antarctica15
Quantifying seasonal succession of phytoplankton trait‐environment associations in human‐altered landscapes15
Disease surveillance by artificial intelligence links eelgrass wasting disease to ocean warming across latitudes15
Aluminum increases net carbon fixation by marine diatoms and decreases their decomposition: Evidence for the iron–aluminum hypothesis15
Antecedent lake conditions shape resistance and resilience of a shallow lake ecosystem following extreme wind storms15
Respiration by “marine snow” at high hydrostatic pressure: Insights from continuous oxygen measurements in a rotating pressure tank15
Winter in two phases: Long‐term study of a shallow reservoir in winter15
Temperature and sediment properties drive spatiotemporal variability of methane ebullition in a small and shallow temperate lake15
Low diversity of a key phytoplankton group along the West Antarctic Peninsula14
Are temperature sensitivities of Prochlorococcus and Synechococcus impacted by nutrient availability in the subtropical northwest Pacific?14
Constraining uncertainties of diazotroph biogeography from nifH gene abundance14
Diverse but uncertain responses of picophytoplankton lineages to future climate change14
Nitrification and nitrous oxide dynamics in the Southern California Bight14
Submesoscale physicochemical dynamics directly shape bacterioplankton community structure in space and time14
Trophic ecology of Caribbean sponges in the mesophotic zone14
Seasonal shifts of microbial methane oxidation in Arctic shelf waters above gas seeps14
Coastal phytoplankton responses to atmospheric deposition during summer14
Diatoms rapidly alter sinking behavior in response to changing nutrient concentrations14
Mixotrophy upgrades food quality for marine calanoid copepods14
Dissolved organic carbon sorption dynamics in tidal marsh soils14
Carbon content, carbon fixation yield and dissolved organic carbon release from diverse marine nitrifiers14
Weak mineralization despite strong processing of dissolved organic matter in Eastern Arctic tundra ponds14
Toward resolving disparate accounts of the extent and magnitude of nitrogen fixation in the Eastern Tropical South Pacific oxygen deficient zone14
The role of internal nitrogen loading in supportingnon‐N‐fixing harmful cyanobacterial blooms in the water column of a large eutrophic lake14
Bacterioplankton dynamics driven by interannual and spatial variation in diatom and dinoflagellate spring bloom communities in the Baltic Sea14
Niche partitioning of low‐light adapted Prochlorococcus subecotypes across oceanographic gradients of the North Pacific Subtropical Front14
Basal resource quality and energy sources in three habitats of a lowland river ecosystem14
A sea change in microbial enzymes: Heterogeneous latitudinal and depth‐related gradients in bulk water and particle‐associated enzymatic activities from 30°S to 59°N in the Pacific Ocean14
Distinguishing zooplankton fecal pellets as a component of the biological pump using compound‐specific isotope analysis of amino acids14
The potential role of turbulence in modulating the migration of demersal zooplankton13
Metabolic regime shifts and ecosystem state changes are decoupled in a large river13
Carbon sequestration is not inhibited by livestock grazing in Danish salt marshes13
Effect of typhoon‐induced intertidal‐flat erosion on dominant macrobenthic species (Meretrix meretrix)13
Strong and regionally distinct links between ice‐retreat timing and phytoplankton production in the Arctic Ocean13
Spatial variability in macrofaunal diet composition and grazing pressure on microphytobenthos in intertidal areas13
Aufeis fields as novel groundwater‐dependent ecosystems in the arctic cryosphere13
Stoichiometric imbalances complicate prediction of phytoplankton biomass in U.S. lakes: Implications for nutrient criteria13
Phytoplankton size distributions in the western North Atlantic and their seasonal variability13
What controls microzooplankton biomass and herbivory rate across marginal seas of China?13
Rapid changes in river plume dynamics caused by advected wind‐driven coastal upwelling as observed in Lake Geneva13
Analysis of coastal storm damage resistance in successional mangrove species13
Vertical migration timing illuminates the importance of visual and nonvisual predation pressure in the mesopelagic zone13
Evaluating the congruence between DNA‐based and morphological taxonomic approaches in water and sediment trap samples: Analyses of a 36‐month time series from a temperate monomictic lake13
Dissolved and particulate carbon export from a tropical mangrove‐dominated riverine system13
Brownification reduces oxygen gross primary production and community respiration and changes the phytoplankton community composition: An in situ mesocosm experiment with high‐frequency sensor measurem13
Eutrophication and predation mediate zooplankton diversity and network structure13
Benthic iron flux influenced by climate‐sensitive interplay between organic carbon availability and sedimentation rate in Arctic fjords13
Vital rates of small reef corals are associated with variation in climate13
Spatial abundance distribution of prokaryotes is associated with dissolved organic matter composition and ecosystem function13
Organic matter composition and heterotrophic bacterial activity at declining summer sea ice in the central Arctic Ocean13
Diatom response to alterations in upwelling and nutrient dynamics associated with climate forcing in the California Current System13
Overestimation of prokaryotic production by leucine incorporation—and how to avoid it13
Dynamic macromolecular composition and high exudation rates in Prochlorococcus13
Ecological stoichiometry of functional traits in a colonial harmful cyanobacterium13
Mercury concentrations and associations with dissolved organic matter are modified by water residence time in eastern Canadian lakes along a 30° latitudinal gradient12
Effects of changing phytoplankton species composition on carbon and nitrogen uptake in benthic invertebrates12
Nonrandom species loss in phytoplankton communities and its effect on ecosystem functioning12
Massive circumpolar biomass of Southern Ocean zooplankton: Implications for food web structure, carbon export, and marine spatial planning12
Transformation processes of biogenic dimethylated sulfur compounds in the northwestern Pacific continental sea12
Nutrient and temperature constraints on primary production and net phytoplankton growth in a tropical ecosystem12
Stratification variability in a lagoon system in response to a passing storm12
Basin‐scale estimates of greenhouse gas emissions from the Mara River, Kenya: Importance of discharge, stream size, and land use/land cover12
Resolving marine dissolved organic phosphorus (DOP) composition in a coastal estuary12
Microscopy and DNA‐based characterization of sinking particles at the Bermuda Atlantic Time‐series Study station point to zooplankton mediation of particle flux12
Eavesdropping on plankton—can zooplankton monitoring improve forecasting of biotoxins from harmful algae blooms?12
Coastal waters contamination by mining tailings: What triggers the stability of iron in the dissolved and soluble fractions?12
Paired high‐throughput, in situ imaging and high‐throughput sequencing illuminate acantharian abundance and vertical distribution12
Production and diversity of microorganisms associated with sinking particles in the subtropical North Pacific Ocean12
Long‐term change in metabolism phenology in north temperate lakes12
Seasonality and biological forcing modify the diel frequency of nearshore pH extremes in a subarctic Alaskan estuary12
Unexpected role of communities colonizing dead coral substrate in the calcification of coral reefs12
Carbonate fluxes by coccolithophore species between NW Africa and the Caribbean: Implications for the biological carbon pump12
Long‐term changes in trophic ecology of blue mussels in a rapidly changing ecosystem12
Multi‐omics reveal the pathways involved in induced defensive colony formation of Tetradesmus obliquus in response to Daphnia grazing cues12
Examining the influence of regional‐scale variability in temperature and light availability on the depth distribution of subtidal kelp forests12
Beyond habitat boundaries: Organic matter cycling requires a system‐wide approach for accurate blue carbon accounting12
Earlier ice breakup induces changepoint responses in duration and variability of spring mixing and summer stratification in dimictic lakes12
Water temperature control on CO2 flux and evaporation over a subtropical seagrass meadow revealed by atmospheric eddy covariance12
Diatom frustules with different silica contents affect copepod grazing due to differences in the nanoscale mechanical properties12
Role of small Rhizaria and diatoms in the pelagic silica production of the Southern Ocean12
A chemosynthetic ecotone—“chemotone”—in the sediments surrounding deep‐sea methane seeps12
Preferential loss of Yukon River delta colored dissolved organic matter under nutrient replete conditions11
Net community metabolism of a Posidonia oceanica meadow11
Chronically elevated sea surface temperatures revealed high susceptibility of the eelgrass Zostera marina to winter and spring warming11
Coping with darkness: The adaptive response of marine picocyanobacteria to repeated light energy deprivation11
Ecosystem metabolism in tropical streams and rivers: a review and synthesis11
Sulfate‐ and iron‐dependent anaerobic methane oxidation occurring side‐by‐side in freshwater lake sediment11
Distinct concentration‐discharge dynamics in temperate streams and rivers: CO2 exhibits chemostasis while CH4 exhibits source limitation due to temperature 11
Enhanced benthic nitrous oxide and ammonium production after natural oxygenation of long‐term anoxic sediments11
Inorganic and organic carbon and nitrogen uptake strategies of picoplankton groups in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean11
Spatiotemporal variation in coral recruitment and its association with seawater temperature11
Phosphorus dynamics in the Barents Sea11
Ingestion kinetics of mixotrophic and heterotrophic flagellates11
Persistence of bioconvection‐induced mixed layers in a stratified lake11
New insights into the biogeochemical cycling of copper in the subarctic Pacific: Distributions, size fractionation, and organic complexation11
High‐resolution distribution pattern of surface water nitrous oxide along a cruise track from the Okhotsk Sea to the western Arctic Ocean11
Plankton respiration in the Atacama Trench region: Implications for particulate organic carbon flux into the hadal realm11
Lineage diversity and gene introgression in freshwater cladoceran crustaceans of the Chydorus sphaericus species complex11
Spatio‐temporal changes in dissolved organic matter composition along the salinity gradient of a marsh‐influenced estuarine complex11
Dual stable isotope characterization of excess methane in oxic waters of a mesotrophic lake11
The setup and relaxation of spring upwelling in a deep, rotationally influenced lake11
Contrasting controls on seasonal and spatial distribution of marine cable bacteria (Candidatus Electrothrix) and Beggiatoaceae in seasonally hypoxic Chesapeake Bay11
Shifting responses of phytoplankton to atmospheric and oceanic forcing in a prolonged marine heatwave11
Light absorption spectra of naturally mixed phytoplankton assemblages for retrieval of phytoplankton group composition in coastal oceans11
Redefining North Atlantic right whale habitat‐use patterns under climate change11
Controls on turnover of marine dissolved organic matter—testing the null hypothesis of purely concentration‐driven uptake: Comment on Shen and Benner, “Molecular properties are a primary control on th11
Fecal pellet production by mesozooplankton in the subarctic Northeast Pacific Ocean11
Spatiotemporal dependency of resource use efficiency on phytoplankton diversity in Lake Taihu11
Characterizing coastal phytoplankton seasonal succession patterns on the West Antarctic Peninsula11
“Sinking dead”—How zooplankton carcasses contribute to particulate organic carbon flux in the subantarctic Southern Ocean11
The extent and variability of storm‐induced temperature changes in lakes measured with long‐term and high‐frequency data11
Shoring up the foundations of production to respiration ratios in lakes11
Respiration regimes in rivers: Partitioning source‐specific respiration from metabolism time series10
Reply to comment: Controls on turnover of marine dissolved organic matter—testing the null hypothesis of purely concentration‐driven uptake10
Toward trait‐based food webs: Universal traits and trait matching in planktonic predator–prey and host–parasite relationships10
Differential effects of elevated pCO2 and warming on marine phytoplankton stoichiometry10
Krill availability in adjacent Adélie and gentoo penguin foraging regions near Palmer Station, Antarctica10
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