Global Biogeochemical Cycles

(The median citation count of Global Biogeochemical Cycles is 5. 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.)
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
Submesoscale Currents Modulate the Seasonal Cycle of Nutrients and Productivity in the California Current System29
The Carbon Stock and Sequestration Rate in Tidal Flats From Coastal China29
Low Molecular Weight Dissolved Organic Carbon: Aging, Compositional Changes, and Selective Utilization During Global Ocean Circulation29
Amplification of the Ocean Carbon Sink During El Niños: Role of Poleward Ekman Transport and Influence on Atmospheric CO229
Hysteresis Patterns of Watershed Nitrogen Retention and Loss Over the Past 50 years in United States Hydrological Basins29
Delineating the Continuum of Dissolved Organic Matter in Temperate River Networks29
The Importance of the Phytoplankton “Middle Class” to Ocean Net Community Production28
Nitrification and Nitrous Oxide Production in the Offshore Waters of the Eastern Tropical South Pacific28
Global Soil Gross Nitrogen Transformation Under Increasing Nitrogen Deposition28
Attributing Causes of Future Climate Change in the California Current System With Multimodel Downscaling27
Isoscape Models of the Southern Ocean: Predicting Spatial and Temporal Variability in Carbon and Nitrogen Isotope Compositions of Particulate Organic Matter26
Contrasting Upper and Deep Ocean Oxygen Response to Protracted Global Warming26
Global Biogeochemical Cycle of Fluorine26
Preformed Properties for Marine Organic Matter and Carbonate Mineral Cycling Quantification26
Reconstructing the Preindustrial Coastal Carbon Cycle Through a Global Ocean Circulation Model: Was the Global Continental Shelf Already Both Autotrophic and a CO2 Sink?25
Global N2O Emissions From Cropland Driven by Nitrogen Addition and Environmental Factors: Comparison and Uncertainty Analysis25
Global Estimates of Marine Gross Primary Production Based on Machine Learning Upscaling of Field Observations25
Rewetting Offers Rapid Climate Benefits for Tropical and Agricultural Peatlands But Not for Forestry‐Drained Peatlands25
The Availability of Limestone and Other Raw Materials for Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement24
Potential Predictability of Net Primary Production in the Ocean24
Association of Organic Carbon With Reactive Iron Oxides Driven by Soil pH at the Global Scale24
Climate Change Dominated Long‐Term Soil Carbon Losses of Inner Mongolian Grasslands23
Gradients of Anthropogenic Nutrient Enrichment Alter N Composition and DOM Stoichiometry in Freshwater Ecosystems22
Iron Supply by Subglacial Discharge Into a Fjord Near the Front of a Marine‐Terminating Glacier in Northwestern Greenland22
Global Biogeochemical Cycle of Lithium22
Southern Ocean Calcification Controls the Global Distribution of Alkalinity21
Iron Depletion in the Deep Chlorophyll Maximum: Mesoscale Eddies as Natural Iron Fertilization Experiments21
Global Contrasts Between Oceanic Cycling of Cadmium and Phosphate21
Decadal‐Scale Recovery of Carbon Stocks After Wildfires Throughout the Boreal Forests21
Exploring the Iron‐Binding Potential of the Ocean Using a Combined pH and DOC Parameterization21
Long‐Term 15N Balance After Single‐Dose Input of 15N‐Labeled NH4+ and NO3 in a Subtropical Forest Under Reducing N Deposition21
Physical Forcing Controls the Basin‐Scale Occurrence of Nitrogen‐Fixing Organisms in the North Pacific Ocean21
Recycling and Burial of Biogenic Silica in an Open Margin Oxygen Minimum Zone21
Characterizing Methane Emission Hotspots From Thawing Permafrost21
An Arctic Strait of Two Halves: The Changing Dynamics of Nutrient Uptake and Limitation Across the Fram Strait20
Biogeochemical Controls of Particulate Phosphorus Distribution Across the Oligotrophic Subtropical Pacific Ocean20
Dimethyl Sulfide‐Induced Increase in Cloud Condensation Nuclei in the Arctic Atmosphere20
Ironing Out Fe Residence Time in the Dynamic Upper Ocean20
Stable Carbon Isotopes Suggest Large Terrestrial Carbon Inputs to the Global Ocean20
Water Residence Time and Temperature Drive the Dynamics of Dissolved Organic Matter in Alpine Lakes in the Tibetan Plateau20
Species Traits and Geomorphic Setting as Drivers of Global Soil Carbon Stocks in Seagrass Meadows20
Glaciers and Nutrients in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago Marine System19
Improving Representation of Tropical Wetland Methane Emissions With CYGNSS Inundation Maps19
Global Simulation and Evaluation of Soil Organic Matter and Microbial Carbon and Nitrogen Stocks Using the Microbial Decomposition Model ORCHIMIC v2.019
Groundwater‐Driven Methane Export Reduces Salt Marsh Blue Carbon Potential19
The Seasonal Cycle of Nitrogen Uptake and Nitrification in the Atlantic Sector of the Southern Ocean19
Dissolved Organic Nitrogen Cycling in the South China Sea From an Isotopic Perspective19
The Pulse of the Amazon: Fluxes of Dissolved Organic Carbon, Nutrients, and Ions From the World's Largest River19
Molecular Signatures of Glacial Dissolved Organic Matter From Svalbard and Greenland19
Alkalinity Production Coupled to Pyrite Formation Represents an Unaccounted Blue Carbon Sink18
A High‐Resolution Atlas of the Eastern Tropical Pacific Oxygen Deficient Zones18
Spatiotemporal Assessment of GHG Emissions and Nutrient Sequestration Linked to Agronutrient Runoff in Global Wetlands18
Large Contributions of Diffuse Radiation to Global Gross Primary Productivity During 1981–201518
High Organic Burial Efficiency Is Required to Explain Mass Balance in Earth's Early Carbon Cycle18
Shallow Calcium Carbonate Cycling in the North Pacific Ocean18
A Data‐Driven Global Soil Heterotrophic Respiration Dataset and the Drivers of Its Inter‐Annual Variability18
Summertime Evolution of Net Community Production and CO2 Flux in the Western Arctic Ocean18
Modulation of Riverine Concentration‐Discharge Relationships by Changes in the Shape of the Water Transit Time Distribution17
Annual Net Community Production of Particulate and Dissolved Organic Carbon From a Decade of Biogeochemical Profiling Float Observations in the Northeast Pacific17
Permafrost Causes Unique Fine‐Scale Spatial Variability Across Tundra Soils17
Sub‐Seasonal Forcing Drives Year‐To‐Year Variations of Southern Ocean Primary Productivity17
Magnitude, Trends, and Variability of the Global Ocean Carbon Sink From 1985 to 201817
Indo‐Pacific Sector Dominates Southern Ocean Carbon Outgassing17
Toward a Global Model for Soil Inorganic Phosphorus Dynamics: Dependence of Exchange Kinetics and Soil Bioavailability on Soil Physicochemical Properties17
Spatially Resolved Measurements in Tropical Reservoirs Reveal Elevated Methane Ebullition at River Inflows and at High Productivity17
Spatial and Temporal Variability of Diffusive CO2 and CH4 Fluxes From the Amazonian Reservoir Petit‐Saut (French Guiana) Reveals the Importance of Allochthonous Inputs for Long‐T17
Organic Carbon Export and Loss Rates in the Red Sea17
The Obscuring Effects of Calcite Dissolution and Formation on Quantifying Soil Respiration16
Phytoplankton‐Nitrifier Interactions Control the Geographic Distribution of Nitrite in the Upper Ocean16
The Relevance of Pyrogenic Carbon for Carbon Budgets From Fires: Insights From the FIREX Experiment16
Manganese Limitation of Phytoplankton Physiology and Productivity in the Southern Ocean16
Inland Water Greenhouse Gas Budgets for RECCAP2: 2. Regionalization and Homogenization of Estimates16
Quantifying Nitrous Oxide Cycling Regimes in the Eastern Tropical North Pacific Ocean With Isotopomer Analysis16
Sectional Distribution Patterns of Cd, Ni, Zn, and Cu in the North Pacific Ocean: Relationships to Nutrients and Importance of Scavenging16
Global Coordination in Plant Physiological and Rooting Strategies in Response to Water Stress16
The Outsized Role of Salps in Carbon Export in the Subarctic Northeast Pacific Ocean16
Anthropogenic and Climatic Contributions to Observed Carbon System Trends in the Northeast Pacific15
Evaluating the Potential of Legumes to Mitigate N2O Emissions From Permanent Grassland Using Process‐Based Models15
Organic Molecular Signatures of the Congo River and Comparison to the Amazon15
Why are Surface Ocean pH and CaCO3 Saturation State Often out of Phase in Spatial Patterns and Seasonal Cycles?15
Anthropogenic Perturbations to the Atmospheric Molybdenum Cycle15
A Global Model for Iodine Speciation in the Upper Ocean15
Inland Water Greenhouse Gas Budgets for RECCAP2: 1. State‐Of‐The‐Art of Global Scale Assessments15
Biological Carbon Pump Sequestration Efficiency in the North Atlantic: A Leaky or a Long‐Term Sink?15
Attribution of Space‐Time Variability in Global‐Ocean Dissolved Inorganic Carbon15
Tephra Deposition and Bonding With Reactive Oxides Enhances Burial of Organic Carbon in the Bering Sea15
The Deep Ocean's Carbon Exhaust15
Trace Element Biogeochemistry in the High‐Latitude North Atlantic Ocean: Seasonal Variations and Volcanic Inputs15
Global Trends in Air‐Water CO2 Exchange Over Seagrass Meadows Revealed by Atmospheric Eddy Covariance14
The Biogeochemical Legacy of Arctic Subglacial Sediments Exposed by Glacier Retreat14
Using Machine Learning to Predict Inland Aquatic CO2 and CH4 Concentrations and the Effects of Wildfires in the Yukon‐Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska14
Watershed Classification Predicts Streamflow Regime and Organic Carbon Dynamics in the Northeast Pacific Coastal Temperate Rainforest14
Estimation of Permafrost SOC Stock and Turnover Time Using a Land Surface Model With Vertical Heterogeneity of Permafrost Soils14
Sediment Release in the Benguela Upwelling System Dominates Trace Metal Input to the Shelf and Eastern South Atlantic Ocean14
Large Methane Emission Fluxes Observed From Tropical Wetlands in Zambia14
Landscape Change Affects Soil Organic Carbon Mineralization and Greenhouse Gas Production in Coastal Wetlands14
Constraining Global Marine Iron Sources and Ligand‐Mediated Scavenging Fluxes With GEOTRACES Dissolved Iron Measurements in an Ocean Biogeochemical Model14
Atmospheric Methane: Comparison Between Methane's Record in 2006–2022 and During Glacial Terminations14
Biogeochemical Dynamics in Adjacent Mesoscale Eddies of Opposite Polarity14
Differential Responses of Soil Extracellular Enzyme Activities to Salinization: Implications for Soil Carbon Cycling in Tidal Wetlands14
Eddy‐Modified Iron, Light, and Phytoplankton Cell Division Rates in the Simulated Southern Ocean14
Wind, Convection and Fetch Dependence of Gas Transfer Velocity in an Arctic Sea‐Ice Lead Determined From Eddy Covariance CO2 Flux Measurements14
Seasonal Variations in Dissolved Carbon Inventory and Fluxes in a Mangrove‐Dominated Estuary14
Spatiotemporal Variability in Modeled Bottom Ice and Sea Surface Dimethylsulfide Concentrations and Fluxes in the Arctic During 1979–201513
Soil CO2 Controls Short‐Term Variation but Climate Regulates Long‐Term Mean of Riverine Inorganic Carbon13
Advective Controls on the North Atlantic Anthropogenic Carbon Sink13
Drought Resilience Debt Drives NPP Decline in the Amazon Forest13
Constraints on the Cycling of Iron Isotopes From a Global Ocean Model13
Contrasting Estuarine Processing of Dissolved Organic Matter Derived From Natural and Human‐Impacted Landscapes13
A Review on the Elemental and Isotopic Geochemistry of Gallium13
Ocean Dust Deposition Rates Constrained in a Data‐Assimilation Model of the Marine Aluminum Cycle13
Half‐Century History of Crop Nitrogen Budget in the Conterminous United States: Variations Over Time, Space and Crop Types13
Seasonal Changes in Hydrology and Permafrost Degradation Control Mineral Element‐Bound DOC Transport From Permafrost Soils to Streams13
Linking Plankton Size Spectra and Community Composition to Carbon Export and Its Efficiency13
Differences in the Quantity and Quality of Organic Matter Exported From Greenlandic Glacial and Deglaciated Watersheds13
Contrasting Regional Carbon Cycle Responses to Seasonal Climate Anomalies Across the East‐West Divide of Temperate North America13
Atmospheric Dust Inputs, Iron Cycling, and Biogeochemical Connections in the South Pacific Ocean From Thorium Isotopes13
Changing Water Chemistry in One Thousand Norwegian Lakes During Three Decades of Cleaner Air and Climate Change13
Southern Ocean Phytoplankton Community Structure as a Gatekeeper for Global Nutrient Biogeochemistry12
Saturation of Global Terrestrial Carbon Sink Under a High Warming Scenario12
The Changing CO2Sink in the Western Arctic Ocean From 1994 to 201912
Controls on the 14C Content of Dissolved and Particulate Organic Carbon Mobilized Across the Mackenzie River Basin, Canada12
Global Uptake of Atmospheric Methane by Soil From 1900 to 210012
The Influence of Glacial Cover on Riverine Silicon and Iron Exports in Chilean Patagonia12
Drivers of Organic Molecular Signatures in the Amazon River12
Global Controls on DOC Reaction Versus Export in Watersheds: A Damköhler Number Analysis12
Global Patterns and Controls of Nutrient Immobilization on Decomposing Cellulose in Riverine Ecosystems12
Arctic – Atlantic Exchange of the Dissolved Micronutrients Iron, Manganese, Cobalt, Nickel, Copper and Zinc With a Focus on Fram Strait12
The Impact of the Amazon on the Biological Pump and the Air‐Sea CO2 Balance of the Western Tropical Atlantic12
Higher Temperature Sensitivity of Soil C Release to Atmosphere From Northern Permafrost Soils as Indicated by a Meta‐Analysis12
Mineral and Climatic Controls Over Soil Organic Matter Stability Across the Tibetan Alpine Permafrost Region12
The Simulated Biological Response to Southern Ocean Eddies via Biological Rate Modification and Physical Transport12
A Threshold Sea‐Surface Temperature at 14°C for Phytoplankton Nonlinear Responses to Ocean Warming12
Glacial Dust Surpasses Both Volcanic Ash and Desert Dust in Its Iron Fertilization Potential12
Temperature Sensitivity of Freshwater Denitrification and N2O Emission—A Meta‐Analysis12
Latitude, Elevation, and Mean Annual Temperature Predict Peat Organic Matter Chemistry at a Global Scale12
Denitrification Is the Main Nitrous Oxide Source Process in Grassland Soils According to Quasi‐Continuous Isotopocule Analysis and Biogeochemical Modeling12
Rapid, Concurrent Formation of Organic Sulfur and Iron Sulfides During Experimental Sulfurization of Sinking Marine Particles12
Canadian Arctic Archipelago Shelf‐Ocean Interactions: A Major Iron Source to Pacific Derived Waters Transiting to the Atlantic11
Emission of CO2 and CH4 From 13 Deadwood Tree Species Is Linked to Tree Species Identity and Management Intensity in Forest and Grassland Habitats11
The Seasonality of Deuterium Excess in Non‐Polar Precipitation11
The Pan‐Arctic Continental Slope as an Intensifying Conveyer Belt for Nutrients in the Central Arctic Ocean (1985–2015)11
Interaction of Fire, Vegetation, and Climate in Tropical Ecosystems: A Multiproxy Study Over the Past 22,000 Years11
Distribution and Production Mechanisms of N2O in the Western Arctic Ocean11
Long‐Term Nitrate Trajectories Vary by Season in Western European Catchments11
Investigating Wetland and Nonwetland Soil Methane Emissions and Sinks Across the Contiguous United States Using a Land Surface Model11
Improving Predictions of Stream CO2 Concentrations and Fluxes Using a Stream Network Model: A Case Study in the East River Watershed, CO, USA11
Four Decades of Trends and Drivers of Global Surface Ocean Acidification11
Estimating Mass Flux From Size‐Fractionated Filtered Particles: Insights Into Controls on Sinking Velocities and Mass Fluxes in Recent U.S. GEOTRACES Cruises11
Slow Particle Remineralization, Rather Than Suppressed Disaggregation, Drives Efficient Flux Transfer Through the Eastern Tropical North Pacific Oxygen Deficient Zone11
Linking a Latitudinal Gradient in Ocean Hydrography and Elemental Stoichiometry in the Eastern Pacific Ocean11
Assessment and Constraint of Mesozooplankton in CMIP6 Earth System Models11
Impact of Lagrangian Sea Surface Temperature Variability on Southern Ocean Phytoplankton Community Growth Rates11
Recent Trends and Variability in the Oceanic Storage of Dissolved Inorganic Carbon11
Du Feu à l'Eau: Source and Flux of Dissolved Black Carbon From the Congo River11
Spatiotemporal Characterization of Mercury Isotope Baselines and Anthropogenic Influences in Lake Sediment Cores11
Permafrost Degradation Diminishes Terrestrial Ecosystem Carbon Sequestration Capacity on the Qinghai‐Tibetan Plateau11
The Effect of Antarctic Sea Ice on Southern Ocean Carbon Outgassing: Capping Versus Light Attenuation10
Contrasting Responses of Soil Inorganic Carbon to Afforestation in Acidic Versus Alkaline Soils10
How Is the Ocean Anthropogenic Carbon Reservoir Filled?10
Constraining the Particle Size Distribution of Large Marine Particles in the Global Ocean With In Situ Optical Observations and Supervised Learning10
Latitudinal Variation in Plankton Traits and Ecosystem Function10
The Importance of Benthic Nutrient Fluxes in Supporting Primary Production in the Laptev and East Siberian Shelf Seas10
Lateral Particle Supply as a Key Vector in the Oceanic Carbon Cycle10
What Controls the Large‐Scale Efficiency of Carbon Transfer Through the Ocean's Mesopelagic Zone? Insights From a New, Mechanistic Model (MSPACMAM)10
Modeling Photosynthesis and Exudation in Subtropical Oceans10
Resource Availability and Entrainment Are Driven by Offsets Between Nutriclines and Winter Mixed‐Layer Depth10
Sedimentary Nutrient Supply in Productive Hot Spots off the West Antarctic Peninsula Revealed by Silicon Isotopes10
Inhibited Manganese Oxide Formation Hinders Cobalt Scavenging in the Ross Sea10
Air‐Sea Fluxes of CO2 in the Indian Ocean Between 1985 and 2018: A Synthesis Based on Observation‐Based Surface CO2, Hindcast and Atmospheric Inversion Models10
Slowly Sinking Particles Underlie Dissolved Iron Transport Across the Pacific Ocean10
Ocean Acidification From Below in the Tropical Pacific10
Dissolved Iron Patterns Impacted by Shallow Hydrothermal Sources Along a Transect Through the Tonga‐Kermadec Arc10
Meltwater Discharge From Marine‐Terminating Glaciers Drives Biogeochemical Conditions in a Greenlandic Fjord10
Potential of Clumped Isotopes in Constraining the Global Atmospheric Methane Budget10
Ge and Si Isotope Behavior During Intense Tropical Weathering and Ecosystem Cycling10
Probing the Bioavailability of Dissolved Iron to Marine Eukaryotic Phytoplankton Using In Situ Single Cell Iron Quotas9
Assessment of C, N, and Si Isotopes as Tracers of Past Ocean Nutrient and Carbon Cycling9
Representing the Dynamic Response of Vegetation to Nitrogen Limitation via Biological Nitrogen Fixation in the CLASSIC Land Model9
Linking Hydrology and Dissolved Organic Matter Characteristics in a Subtropical Wetland: A Long‐Term Study of the Florida Everglades9
Enhanced Biogeochemical Cycling Along the U.S. West Coast Shelf9
Quantifying and Reducing Uncertainty in Global Carbon Cycle Predictions: Lessons and Perspectives From 15 Years of Data Assimilation Studies With the ORCHIDEE Terrestrial Biosphere Model9
Organic Carbon Burial With Reactive Iron Across Global Environments9
Interannual Variability in Methane and Nitrous Oxide Concentrations and Sea‐Air Fluxes Across the North American Arctic Ocean (2015–2019)9
Constraining the Global Ocean Cu Cycle With a Data‐Assimilated Diagnostic Model9
Fires Represent an Important Source of Carbon Emissions in Mexico9
Dissolved and Particulate Barium Distributions Along the US GEOTRACES North Atlantic and East Pacific Zonal Transects (GA03 and GP16): Global Implications for the Marine Barium Cycle9
Increased Terrestrial Carbon Export and CO2 Evasion From Global Inland Waters Since the Preindustrial Era9
The Mediterranean Region as a Paradigm of the Global Decoupling of N and P Between Soils and Freshwaters9
Global Climate Change Increases Terrestrial Soil CH4 Emissions9
Interannual Variability of Carbon Uptake of Secondary Forests in the Brazilian Amazon (2004‐2014)9
Bedrock Weathering Controls on Terrestrial Carbon‐Nitrogen‐Climate Interactions9
Vertical Structure in Phytoplankton Growth and Productivity Inferred From Biogeochemical‐Argo Floats and the Carbon‐Based Productivity Model9
Carbon Accumulation, Flux, and Fate in Stordalen Mire, a Permafrost Peatland in Transition9
The Southern Ocean Carbon Cycle 1985–2018: Mean, Seasonal Cycle, Trends, and Storage9
Extreme Nitrate Deficits in the Western Arctic Ocean: Origin, Decadal Changes, and Implications for Denitrification on a Polar Marginal Shelf9
Mineral Soils Are an Important Intermediate Storage Pool of Black Carbon in Fennoscandian Boreal Forests8
Nitrogen Fixation in Mesoscale Eddies of the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre: Patterns and Mechanisms8
The Global Biogeochemical Cycle of Arsenic8
Sensitivity of 21st Century Ocean Carbon Export Flux Projections to the Choice of Export Depth Horizon8
Update on the Temperature Corrections of Global Air‐Sea CO2 Flux Estimates8
Size‐Differentiated Export Flux in Different Dynamical Regimes in the Ocean8
Detrital Carbonate Minerals in Earth's Element Cycles8
Large Methane Emissions From the Pantanal During Rising Water‐Levels Revealed by Regularly Measured Lower Troposphere CH4 Profiles8
Climate Change Can Accelerate Depletion of Montane Grassland C Stocks8
Circumpolar Deep Water and Shelf Sediments Support Late Summer Microbial Iron Remineralization8
Global Gridded Nitrogen Indicators: Influence of Crop Maps8
Interannual and Seasonal Drivers of Carbon Cycle Variability Represented by the Community Earth System Model (CESM2)8
Past and Future Climate Variability Uncertainties in the Global Carbon Budget Using the MPI Grand Ensemble8
Are Land‐Use Change Emissions in Southeast Asia Decreasing or Increasing?8
Critical Observations of Gaseous Elemental Mercury Air‐Sea Exchange8
Comparisons of Nutrients Exported From Greenlandic Glacial and Deglaciated Watersheds7
Anthropogenic Carbon Increase has Caused Critical Shifts in Aragonite Saturation Across a Sensitive Coastal System7
Temporal Variability of Air‐Sea CO2 flux in the Western Tropical North Atlantic Influenced by the Amazon River Plume7
Hydrologic and Landscape Controls on Dissolved Organic Matter Composition Across Western North American Arctic Lakes7
Oxygen Seasonality, Utilization Rate, and Impacts of Vertical Mixing in the Eighteen Degree Water Region of the Sargasso Sea as Observed by Profiling Biogeochemical Floats7
Dissolved Fe in the East China Sea Under the Influences of Land Sources and the Boundary Current With Implications for Global Marginal Seas7
Carbon Dioxide Partial Pressure and Emission Throughout the Scandinavian Stream Network7
Meridional Survey of the Central Pacific Reveals Iodide Accumulation in Equatorial Surface Waters and Benthic Sources in the Abyssal Plain7