(The H4-Index of Biogeochemistry is 24. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Freshwater salinization syndrome: from emerging global problem to managing risks74
Biological nitrogen fixation by alternative nitrogenases in terrestrial ecosystems: a review69
How humans alter dissolved organic matter composition in freshwater: relevance for the Earth’s biogeochemistry63
A holistic framework integrating plant-microbe-mineral regulation of soil bioavailable nitrogen49
Phosphorus and carbon in soil particle size fractions: A synthesis44
From hogs to HABs: impacts of industrial farming in the US on nitrogen and phosphorus and greenhouse gas pollution41
Cellular and extracellular C contributions to respiration after wetting dry soil37
The role of clay content and mineral surface area for soil organic carbon storage in an arable toposequence36
Atmospheric deposition of elements and its relevance for nutrient budgets of tropical forests32
Quantifying microbial control of soil organic matter dynamics at macrosystem scales31
Recent increases of rainfall and flooding from tropical cyclones (TCs) in North Carolina (USA): implications for organic matter and nutrient cycling in coastal watersheds30
Evidence linking calcium to increased organo-mineral association in soils29
Soil organic carbon fractions in the Great Plains of the United States: an application of mid-infrared spectroscopy29
Assessing microbial residues in soil as a potential carbon sink and moderator of carbon use efficiency28
Role of external inputs of nutrients to aquatic ecosystems in determining prevalence of nitrogen vs. phosphorus limitation of net primary productivity27
Using radon to quantify groundwater discharge and methane fluxes to a shallow, tundra lake on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska27
Tree stem methane emissions from subtropical lowland forest (Melaleuca quinquenervia) regulated by local and seasonal hydrology26
Volcanic CO2 seep geochemistry and use in understanding ocean acidification26
Bioavailable DOC: reactive nutrient ratios control heterotrophic nutrient assimilation—An experimental proof of the macronutrient-access hypothesis26
Interactions between labile carbon, temperature and land use regulate carbon dioxide and methane production in tropical peat25
Influence of electron acceptor availability and microbial community structure on sedimentary methane oxidation in a boreal estuary25
Rock weathering controls the potential for soil carbon storage at a continental scale24
Landscape controls on riverine export of dissolved organic carbon from Great Britain24
Dissolved methane concentrations and fluxes to the atmosphere from a tropical floodplain lake24
The linkage of 13C and 15N soil depth gradients with C:N and O:C stoichiometry reveals tree species effects on organic matter turnover in soil24