(The TQCC of Biogeochemistry is 8. 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 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Freshwater salinization syndrome: from emerging global problem to managing risks69
Biological nitrogen fixation by alternative nitrogenases in terrestrial ecosystems: a review68
How humans alter dissolved organic matter composition in freshwater: relevance for the Earth’s biogeochemistry61
A holistic framework integrating plant-microbe-mineral regulation of soil bioavailable nitrogen46
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 pollution39
Cellular and extracellular C contributions to respiration after wetting dry soil37
Atmospheric deposition of elements and its relevance for nutrient budgets of tropical forests32
The role of clay content and mineral surface area for soil organic carbon storage in an arable toposequence32
Quantifying microbial control of soil organic matter dynamics at macrosystem scales31
Evidence linking calcium to increased organo-mineral association in soils29
Recent increases of rainfall and flooding from tropical cyclones (TCs) in North Carolina (USA): implications for organic matter and nutrient cycling in coastal watersheds29
Soil organic carbon fractions in the Great Plains of the United States: an application of mid-infrared spectroscopy28
Anhydrosugars as tracers in the Earth system28
Assessing microbial residues in soil as a potential carbon sink and moderator of carbon use efficiency28
Unified concepts for understanding and modelling turnover of dissolved organic matter from freshwaters to the ocean: the UniDOM model28
Volcanic CO2 seep geochemistry and use in understanding ocean acidification26
Landscape controls on riverine export of dissolved organic carbon from Great Britain25
Role of external inputs of nutrients to aquatic ecosystems in determining prevalence of nitrogen vs. phosphorus limitation of net primary productivity25
Tree stem methane emissions from subtropical lowland forest (Melaleuca quinquenervia) regulated by local and seasonal hydrology25
Influence of electron acceptor availability and microbial community structure on sedimentary methane oxidation in a boreal estuary25
Dissolved methane concentrations and fluxes to the atmosphere from a tropical floodplain lake24
Bioavailable DOC: reactive nutrient ratios control heterotrophic nutrient assimilation—An experimental proof of the macronutrient-access hypothesis24
Using radon to quantify groundwater discharge and methane fluxes to a shallow, tundra lake on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska24
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 soil23
Interactions between labile carbon, temperature and land use regulate carbon dioxide and methane production in tropical peat23
Rock weathering controls the potential for soil carbon storage at a continental scale22
Differential effects of wetting and drying on soil CO2 concentration and flux in near-surface vs. deep soil layers22
Groundwater nitrification and denitrification are not always strictly aerobic and anaerobic processes, respectively: an assessment of dual-nitrate isotopic and chemical evidence in a stratified alluvi22
Experimental shifts of hydrologic residence time in a sandy urban stream sediment–water interface alter nitrate removal and nitrous oxide fluxes21
Measuring nitrogen fixation by the acetylene reduction assay (ARA): is 3 the magic ratio?21
The role of the understory in litter DOC and nutrient leaching in boreal forests20
The effects of temperature on soil phosphorus availability and phosphatase enzyme activities: a cross-ecosystem study from the tropics to the Arctic19
Large nitrogen oxide emission pulses from desert soils and associated microbiomes18
Patterns and predictors of soil organic carbon storage across a continental-scale network18
Divergent controls on carbon concentration and persistence between forests and grasslands of the conterminous US18
Constraining dissolved organic matter sources and temporal variability in a model sub-Arctic lake18
How much carbon can be added to soil by sorption?18
Stabilisation of soil organic matter: interactions between clay and microbes18
Biogeochemical constraints on climate change mitigation through regenerative farming18
Fertilizer, landscape features and climate regulate phosphorus retention and river export in diverse Midwestern watersheds18
Leaf litter inputs reinforce islands of nitrogen fertility in a lowland tropical forest18
Dissolved black carbon in throughfall and stemflow in a fire-managed longleaf pine woodland17
Stable isotopes as an effective tool for N nutrient source identification in a heavily urbanized and agriculturally intensive tropical lowland basin17
Variations in the nitrogen saturation threshold of soil respiration in grassland ecosystems17
How will a drier climate change carbon sequestration in soils of the deciduous forests of Central Europe?16
Some thoughts on the biogeochemical cycling of potassium in terrestrial ecosystems16
Does soil organic carbon quality or quantity govern relative temperature sensitivity in soil aggregates?16
Influence of the physico-chemical properties of root mucilage and model substances on the microstructural stability of sand15
Seasonal variability of sediment controls of nitrogen cycling in an agricultural stream15
Mycorrhizal type effects on leaf litter decomposition depend on litter quality and environmental context15
Geochemical focusing and sequestration of manganese during eutrophication of Lake Stechlin (NE Germany)15
Soil C, N and P cycling enzyme responses to nutrient limitation under elevated CO215
Benthic fluxes of dissolved oxygen and nutrients across hydrogeomorphic zones in a coastal deltaic floodplain within the Mississippi River delta plain15
Fate and stability of dissolved organic carbon in topsoils and subsoils under beech forests14
Origin and fate of dissolved organic matter in four shallow Baltic Sea estuaries14
The fate of calcium in temperate forest soils: a Ca K-edge XANES study14
Mineral stabilization of soil carbon is suppressed by live roots, outweighing influences from litter quality or quantity14
Biogeochemical cycling of phosphorus in subsoils of temperate forest ecosystems14
Altered litter inputs modify carbon and nitrogen storage in soil organic matter in a lowland tropical forest14
Integrating atmospheric deposition-driven nutrients (N and P), microbial and biogeochemical processes in the watershed with carbon and nutrient export to the Ganga River14
Effectiveness of phosphorus control under extreme heatwaves: implications for sediment nutrient releases and greenhouse gas emissions14
Nitrate reduction pathways and interactions with iron in the drainage water infiltration zone of a riparian wetland soil13
Divergent controls of soil organic carbon between observations and process-based models13
Runoff-driven export of terrigenous particulate organic matter from a small mountainous river: sources, fluxes and comparisons among different rivers13
Rapid nitrate reduction produces pulsed NO and N2O emissions following wetting of dryland soils13
A spectral weighting function for abiotic photodegradation based on photochemical emission of CO2 from leaf litter in sunlight13
Dimethylated sulfur production in batch cultures of Southern Ocean phytoplankton13
Effects of elevated temperature on microbial breakdown of seagrass leaf and tea litter biomass13
Differential effects of redox conditions on the decomposition of litter and soil organic matter13
The evolution of biogeochemistry: revisited13
Elevated nutrient inputs to marshes differentially impact carbon and nitrogen cycling in two northern Gulf of Mexico saltmarsh plants13
Contrasting temperature responses of soil respiration derived from soil organic matter and added plant litter12
Anthropogenic landcover impacts fluvial dissolved organic matter composition in the Upper Mississippi River Basin12
Modeling indirect N2O emissions along the N cascade from cropland soils to rivers12
Biogeochemical evolution of soil organic matter composition after a decade of warming and nitrogen addition12
The role of woody detritus in biogeochemical cycles: past, present, and future12
Seasonally distinct sources of N2O in acid organic soil drained for agriculture as revealed by N2O isotopomer analysis12
Signatures of an abiotic decomposition pathway in temperate forest leaf litter11
Effect of drainage on microbial enzyme activities and communities dependent on depth in peatland soil11
Soil microorganisms regulate extracellular enzyme production to maximize their growth rate11
Environmental control on carbon exchange of natural and planted forests in Western Himalayan foothills of India11
Influences of the landscape pattern on riverine nitrogen exports derived from legacy sources in subtropical agricultural catchments11
Soil organic matter turnover rates increase to match increased inputs in grazed grasslands11
Daily denitrification rates in floodplains under contrasting pedo-climatic and anthropogenic contexts: modelling at the watershed scale11
Quantifying the frequency of synchronous carbon and nitrogen export to the river network11
Controls on soil microbial carbon use efficiency over long-term ecosystem development11
Storm size and hydrologic modification influence nitrate mobilization and transport in agricultural watersheds11
Dominant tree mycorrhizal associations affect soil nitrogen transformation rates by mediating microbial abundances in a temperate forest11
Linear two-pool models are insufficient to infer soil organic matter decomposition temperature sensitivity from incubations11
Natural atmospheric deposition of molybdenum: a global model and implications for tropical forests11
Mulching with pruned fronds promotes the internal soil N cycling and soil fertility in a large-scale oil palm plantation11
Beyond total carbon: conversion of amazon forest to pasture alters indicators of soil C cycling11
Desiccation time and rainfall control gaseous carbon fluxes in an intermittent stream11
A ten year record of nitrate retention and solute trends in a Wisconsin sand plains stream: temporal variation at multiple scales10
Spruce forest afforestation leading to increased Fe mobilization from soils10
The evolution of stream dissolved organic matter composition following glacier retreat in coastal watersheds of southeast Alaska10
From burned slopes to streams: how wildfire affects nitrogen cycling and retention in forests and fire-prone watersheds10
Dissolved organic carbon production and flux under long-term litter manipulations in a Pacific Northwest old-growth forest10
Availability of soil base cations and micronutrients along soil profile after 13-year nitrogen and water addition in a semi-arid grassland10
Eutrophication overcoming carbonate precipitation in a tropical hypersaline coastal lagoon acting as a CO2 sink (Araruama Lagoon, SE Brazil)9
Functional identity and functional diversity co-regulate litter mixture decomposition and nitrogen release in boreal riparian forest ponds9
The influence of tillage and fertilizer on the flux and source of nitrous oxide with reference to atmospheric variation using laser spectroscopy9
Four years of litter input manipulation changes soil microbial characteristics in a temperate mixed forest9
Soil carbon sequestration as a climate strategy: what do farmers think?9
Soil age and soil organic carbon content shape biochemical responses to multiple freeze–thaw events in soils along a postmining agricultural chronosequence9
Long-term litter type treatments alter soil carbon composition but not microbial carbon utilization in a mixed pine-oak forest9
The partitioning of litter carbon fates during decomposition under different rainfall patterns: a laboratory study9
Artificial ponds as hotspots of nitrogen removal in agricultural watershed9
Persistent anthropogenic legacies structure depth dependence of regenerating rooting systems and their functions9
Dissolved organic matter in large lakes: a key but understudied component of the carbon cycle9
Assessing thermal acclimation of soil microbial respiration using macromolecular rate theory8
Grassland management regimes regulate soil phosphorus fractions and conversion between phosphorus pools in semiarid steppe ecosystems8
Contrasting stream nitrate and sulfate response to recovery from experimental watershed acidification8
Nitrogen transport in a tundra landscape: the effects of early and late growing season lateral N inputs on arctic soil and plant N pools and N2O fluxes8
Development of energetic and enzymatic limitations on microbial carbon cycling in soils8
Microbial functions and soil nitrogen mineralisation processes in the soil of a cool temperate forest in northern Japan8
A “toy” model of biogeochemical dynamics on climate gradients8
Rapid depletion of dissolved organic sulphur (DOS) in freshwaters8
Evidence for phosphorus limitation in high-elevation unvegetated soils, Niwot Ridge, Colorado8
A “toy model” analysis of causes of nitrogen limitation in terrestrial ecosystems8
Dissolved organic nutrients at the interface of fresh and marine waters: flow regime changes, biogeochemical cascades and picocyanobacterial blooms—the example of Florida Bay, USA8
Mechanisms influencing physically sequestered soil carbon in temperate restored grasslands in South Africa and North America8
Accumulation of germanium (Ge) in plant tissues of grasses is not solely driven by its incorporation in phytoliths8
Soil nitrogen cycle unresponsive to decadal long climate change in a Tasmanian grassland8
Trade-off between ‘new’ SOC stabilisation from above-ground inputs and priming of native C as determined by soil type and residue placement8
Mercury and selenium loading in mountaintop mining impacted alkaline streams and riparian food webs8
Soil greenhouse gas fluxes following conventional selective and reduced-impact logging in a Congo Basin rainforest8
Phosphorus, nitrogen and dissolved organic carbon fluxes from sediments in freshwater rivermouths entering Green Bay (Lake Michigan; USA)8