Global Biogeochemical Cycles

Papers
(The H4-Index of Global Biogeochemical Cycles is 31. 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Methane and Nitrous Oxide Emissions Complicate Coastal Blue Carbon Assessments98
Quantifying the Carbon Export and Sequestration Pathways of the Ocean's Biological Carbon Pump79
Deep Chlorophyll Maxima in the Global Ocean: Occurrences, Drivers and Characteristics71
Changes to Carbon Isotopes in Atmospheric CO2 Over the Industrial Era and Into the Future69
Gelatinous Zooplankton‐Mediated Carbon Flows in the Global Oceans: A Data‐Driven Modeling Study68
Quantifying Errors in Observationally Based Estimates of Ocean Carbon Sink Variability64
Asymmetric Impacts of Diurnal Warming on Vegetation Carbon Sequestration of Marshes in the Qinghai Tibet Plateau58
Improved Constraints on Global Methane Emissions and Sinks Using δ13C‐CH455
Year‐2020 Global Distribution and Pathways of Reservoir Methane and Carbon Dioxide Emissions According to the Greenhouse Gas From Reservoirs (G‐res) Model50
Bioactive Trace Metals and Their Isotopes as Paleoproductivity Proxies: An Assessment Using GEOTRACES‐Era Data50
Global Ocean Sediment Composition and Burial Flux in the Deep Sea48
Characterizing and Quantifying African Dust Transport and Deposition to South America: Implications for the Phosphorus Budget in the Amazon Basin47
Hydrologic Export Is a Major Component of Coastal Wetland Carbon Budgets46
Long‐Term Shifts in U.S. Nitrogen Sources and Sinks Revealed by the New TREND‐Nitrogen Data Set (1930–2017)43
Controls on Organic Carbon Burial in the Eastern China Marginal Seas: A Regional Synthesis43
Solute Production and Transport Processes in Chinese Monsoonal Rivers: Implications for Global Climate Change43
Uranium Isotope Fractionation in Non‐sulfidic Anoxic Settings and the Global Uranium Isotope Mass Balance40
Assessing the Potential for Mobilization of Old Soil Carbon After Permafrost Thaw: A Synthesis of 14C Measurements From the Northern Permafrost Region40
Large Soil Carbon Storage in Terrestrial Ecosystems of Canada37
Climate‐Driven Variability and Trends in Plant Productivity Over Recent Decades Based on Three Global Products37
Modeled Microbial Dynamics Explain the Apparent Temperature Sensitivity of Wetland Methane Emissions36
Factors Determining Seagrass Blue Carbon Across Bioregions and Geomorphologies35
Time of Emergence and Large Ensemble Intercomparison for Ocean Biogeochemical Trends35
Mineral Nutrients Sourced in Deep Regolith Sustain Long‐Term Nutrition of Mountainous Temperate Forest Ecosystems34
Pan‐Arctic Riverine Dissolved Organic Matter: Synchronous Molecular Stability, Shifting Sources and Subsidies34
A Visual Tour of Carbon Export by Sinking Particles34
Vapor Pressure Deficit and Sunlight Explain Seasonality of Leaf Phenology and Photosynthesis Across Amazonian Evergreen Broadleaved Forest33
Seasonal Carbon Dynamics in the Near‐Global Ocean32
Climatic and Geochemical Controls on Soil Carbon at the Continental Scale: Interactions and Thresholds32
Stream Dissolved Organic Matter in Permafrost Regions Shows Surprising Compositional Similarities but Negative Priming and Nutrient Effects31
Trace Metal Fractional Solubility in Size‐Segregated Aerosols From the Tropical Eastern Atlantic Ocean31
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