Global Change Biology

(The TQCC of Global Change Biology is 22. 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 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
TRY plant trait database – enhanced coverage and open access835
Conceptualizing soil organic matter into particulate and mineral‐associated forms to address global change in the 21st century509
Quantitative assessment of microbial necromass contribution to soil organic matter490
Global declines in human‐driven mangrove loss338
Causes and consequences of eastern Australia's 2019–20 season of mega‐fires269
Projecting the continental accumulation of alien species through to 2050258
How to measure, report and verify soil carbon change to realize the potential of soil carbon sequestration for atmospheric greenhouse gas removal248
Getting the message right on nature‐based solutions to climate change239
Ten golden rules for reforestation to optimize carbon sequestration, biodiversity recovery and livelihood benefits229
Forest microclimates and climate change: Importance, drivers and future research agenda210
Abundant fungi adapt to broader environmental gradients than rare fungi in agricultural fields200
Mapping the effectiveness of nature‐based solutions for climate change adaptation189
Microbial carbon limitation: The need for integrating microorganisms into our understanding of ecosystem carbon cycling185
Clarifying Amazonia's burning crisis185
How eddy covariance flux measurements have contributed to our understanding of Global Change Biology177
Nitrous oxide production by ammonia oxidizers: Physiological diversity, niche differentiation and potential mitigation strategies173
Interannual variation of terrestrial carbon cycle: Issues and perspectives171
30 years of free‐air carbon dioxide enrichment (FACE): What have we learned about future crop productivity and its potential for adaptation?165
Dramatic loss of inorganic carbon by nitrogen‐induced soil acidification in Chinese croplands160
Benefits and trade‐offs of replacing synthetic fertilizers by animal manures in crop production in China: A meta‐analysis156
Climate change fingerprints in recent European plant phenology145
Record‐setting climate enabled the extraordinary 2020 fire season in the western United States144
Plastic pollution in croplands threatens long‐term food security139
The future of bioenergy135
Which practices co‐deliver food security, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and combat land degradation and desertification?134
Afforestation for climate change mitigation: Potentials, risks and trade‐offs131
Urbanization drives cross‐taxon declines in abundance and diversity at multiple spatial scales129
Elevated temperature shifts soil N cycling from microbial immobilization to enhanced mineralization, nitrification and denitrification across global terrestrial ecosystems128
Can N2O emissions offset the benefits from soil organic carbon storage?127
Contrasting resistance and resilience to extreme drought and late spring frost in five major European tree species126
Global change biology: A primer121
Long‐term declines and recovery of meadow area across the world’s seagrass bioregions121
Effects of long‐term straw return on soil organic carbon storage and sequestration rate in North China upland crops: A meta‐analysis117
Storm impacts on phytoplankton community dynamics in lakes116
Climate drives global soil carbon sequestration and crop yield changes under conservation agriculture115
Too hot to handle: Unprecedented seagrass death driven by marine heatwave in a World Heritage Area114
A catastrophic tropical drought kills hydraulically vulnerable tree species113
Soil carbon loss with warming: New evidence from carbon‐degrading enzymes113
Positive but variable effects of crop diversification on biodiversity and ecosystem services113
Global patterns and controlling factors of soil nitrification rate112
Drivers of future alien species impacts: An expert‐based assessment112
Global response patterns of plant photosynthesis to nitrogen addition: A meta‐analysis110
Anthropogenic global shifts in biospheric N and P concentrations and ratios and their impacts on biodiversity, ecosystem productivity, food security, and human health109
Renewable energy development threatens many globally important biodiversity areas109
Satellite‐based estimates reveal widespread forest degradation in the Amazon109
A synthesis of methane emissions from shallow vegetated coastal ecosystems105
Plastic ingestion by marine fish is widespread and increasing105
Combating ecosystem collapse from the tropics to the Antarctic104
The pervasive and multifaceted influence of biocrusts on water in the world's drylands103
Temperature sensitivity of SOM decomposition is linked with a K‐selected microbial community101
Changes in soil organic carbon under perennial crops98
Robust ecological drought projections for drylands in the 21st century95
Long‐term nitrogen loading alleviates phosphorus limitation in terrestrial ecosystems95
Coral bleaching patterns are the outcome of complex biological and environmental networking95
SoilTemp: A global database of near‐surface temperature94
Soil GHG fluxes are altered by N deposition: New data indicate lower N stimulation of the N2O flux and greater stimulation of the calculated C pools94
Standardized short‐term acute heat stress assays resolve historical differences in coral thermotolerance across microhabitat reef sites93
Climate change induces multiple risks to boreal forests and forestry in Finland: A literature review92
Terrestrial N2O emissions and related functional genes under climate change: A global meta‐analysis91
Extensive land cover change across Arctic–Boreal Northwestern North America from disturbance and climate forcing91
Contrasting pathways of carbon sequestration in paddy and upland soils91
Variation and evolution of C:N ratio among different organs enable plants to adapt to N‐limited environments90
Limitations of cross‐ and multigenerational plasticity for marine invertebrates faced with global climate change90
The soil microbial carbon pump: From conceptual insights to empirical assessments89
Invasive non‐native species likely to threaten biodiversity and ecosystems in the Antarctic Peninsula region88
Climate‐induced changes in the suitable habitat of cold‐water corals and commercially important deep‐sea fishes in the North Atlantic87
Large‐scale importance of microbial carbon use efficiency and necromass to soil organic carbon87
Multiple stressors determine river ecological status at the European scale: Towards an integrated understanding of river status deterioration86
Long‐term, amplified responses of soil organic carbon to nitrogen addition worldwide85
How afforestation affects the water cycle in drylands: A process‐based comparative analysis85
Global assessment of relationships between climate and tree growth85
Climate change causes critical transitions and irreversible alterations of mountain forests84
Rethinking sources of nitrogen to cereal crops82
Growth and resilience responses of Scots pine to extreme droughts across Europe depend on predrought growth conditions82
Tropicalization of temperate ecosystems in North America: The northward range expansion of tropical organisms in response to warming winter temperatures81
Accelerated increase in vegetation carbon sequestration in China after 2010: A turning point resulting from climate and human interaction79
A deep learning approach to conflating heterogeneous geospatial data for corn yield estimation: A case study of the US Corn Belt at the county level79
Climate warming alters subsoil but not topsoil carbon dynamics in alpine grassland79
Incorporating climate change adaptation into marine protected area planning78
Global maps of soil temperature78
Drivers of productivity and its temporal stability in a tropical tree diversity experiment77
Turbid reefs moderate coral bleaching under climate‐related temperature stress77
Tree growth influenced by warming winter climate and summer moisture availability in northern temperate forests77
Responses of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi to nitrogen addition: A meta‐analysis76
Higher than expected CO2 fertilization inferred from leaf to global observations76
Soil multitrophic network complexity enhances the link between biodiversity and multifunctionality in agricultural systems75
Patterns and drivers of global gross nitrogen mineralization in soils75
Climate change‐mediated temperature extremes and insects: From outbreaks to breakdowns75
Land‐based measures to mitigate climate change: Potential and feasibility by country74
Secondary forest fragments offer important carbon and biodiversity cobenefits74
Ecosystem transpiration and evaporation: Insights from three water flux partitioning methods across FLUXNET sites73
Patterns in nonstructural carbohydrate contents at the tree organ level in response to drought duration73
Conversion of coastal wetlands, riparian wetlands, and peatlands increases greenhouse gas emissions: A global meta‐analysis72
Perspectives and challenges of micro/nanoplastics‐induced toxicity with special reference to phytotoxicity72
Increased yield and CO2 sequestration potential with the C4 cereal Sorghum bicolor cultivated in basaltic rock dust‐amended agricultural soil72
Ecological change in dynamic environments: Accounting for temporal environmental variability in studies of ocean change biology72
Global human influence maps reveal clear opportunities in conserving Earth’s remaining intact terrestrial ecosystems72
Vegetation expansion in the subnival Hindu Kush Himalaya71
Marine heatwaves drive recurrent mass mortalities in the Mediterranean Sea71
Fungal community structure and function shifts with atmospheric nitrogen deposition71
Projecting terrestrial biodiversity intactness with GLOBIO 471
Gap‐filling approaches for eddy covariance methane fluxes: A comparison of three machine learning algorithms and a traditional method with principal component analysis71
Identifying areas at risk of drought‐induced tree mortality across South‐Eastern Australia71
Global soil‐derived ammonia emissions from agricultural nitrogen fertilizer application: A refinement based on regional and crop‐specific emission factors70
Future carbon emissions from global mangrove forest loss69
Mangrove blue carbon stocks and dynamics are controlled by hydrogeomorphic settings and land‐use change68
Systemic effects of rising atmospheric vapor pressure deficit on plant physiology and productivity67
Global variation in diurnal asymmetry in temperature, cloud cover, specific humidity and precipitation and its association with leaf area index66
Microplastics in terrestrial ecosystems: Moving beyond the state of the art to minimize the risk of ecological surprise64
Phosphorus addition decreases microbial residual contribution to soil organic carbon pool in a tropical coastal forest64
Global gross nitrification rates are dominantly driven by soil carbon‐to‐nitrogen stoichiometry and total nitrogen64
Projecting marine species range shifts from only temperature can mask climate vulnerability64
Changes in soil greenhouse gas fluxes by land use change from primary forest63
Food web transfer of plastics to an apex riverine predator62
The impact of interventions in the global land and agri‐food sectors on Nature’s Contributions to People and the UN Sustainable Development Goals62
Statistical upscaling of ecosystem CO2 fluxes across the terrestrial tundra and boreal domain: Regional patterns and uncertainties62
Multiple stressor effects on coral reef ecosystems61
Predicting future climate at high spatial and temporal resolution61
Large‐scale early‐wilting response of Central European forests to the 2018 extreme drought61
Is subarctic forest advance able to keep pace with climate change?60
The impact of drought spells on forests depends on site conditions: The case of 2017 summer heat wave in southern Europe59
Black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.) range contraction and expansion in Europe under changing climate59
Meta‐analysis of yield and nitrous oxide outcomes for nitrogen management in agriculture59
Effect of the plastic pollutant bisphenol A on the biology of aquatic organisms: A meta‐analysis59
High microbial diversity stabilizes the responses of soil organic carbon decomposition to warming in the subsoil on the Tibetan Plateau57
Extreme heat increases stomatal conductance and drought‐induced mortality risk in vulnerable plant species57
Warming reshaped the microbial hierarchical interactions57
Microbial resistance and resilience in response to environmental changes under the higher intensity of human activities than global average level57
Nitrogen addition stimulates soil aggregation and enhances carbon storage in terrestrial ecosystems of China: A meta‐analysis57
Characterising the biophysical, economic and social impacts of soil carbon sequestration as a greenhouse gas removal technology57
Linking microbial functional gene abundance and soil extracellular enzyme activity: Implications for soil carbon dynamics56
Soils' dirty little secret: Depth‐based comparisons can be inadequate for quantifying changes in soil organic carbon and other mineral soil properties56
Climate change considerations are fundamental to management of deep‐sea resource extraction56
Grazing simplifies soil micro‐food webs and decouples their relationships with ecosystem functions in grasslands56
We need more realistic climate change experiments for understanding ecosystems of the future56
Carbon for nutrient exchange between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and wheat varies according to cultivar and changes in atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration56
Increasing the organic carbon stocks in mineral soils sequesters large amounts of phosphorus55
Increasing picocyanobacteria success in shelf waters contributes to long‐term food web degradation54
Standardized drought indices in ecological research: Why one size does not fit all54
Cold range edges of marine fishes track climate change better than warm edges54
The 2019/2020 summer of Antarctic heatwaves54
Potential benefits of liming to acid soils on climate change mitigation and food security53
Overview of global status of plastic presence in marine vertebrates53
Mechanisms of soil organic carbon stability and its response to no‐till: A global synthesis and perspective53
Tree planting in organic soils does not result in net carbon sequestration on decadal timescales53
Microplastics and the functional traits of fishes: A global meta‐analysis53
Heatwave‐induced synchrony within forage fish portfolio disrupts energy flow to top pelagic predators53
The role of fire in global forest loss dynamics53
Climate and land‐use change will lead to a faunal “savannization” on tropical rainforests53
Storm and fire disturbances in Europe: Distribution and trends52
Quantifying irrigation cooling benefits to maize yield in the US Midwest52
The response of stomatal conductance to seasonal drought in tropical forests52
A framework for modelling soil structure dynamics induced by biological activity52
How corals made rocks through the ages52
Plant respiration: Controlled by photosynthesis or biomass?51
Climate regime shift and forest loss amplify fire in Amazonian forests51
Acclimation of leaf respiration consistent with optimal photosynthetic capacity51
Nitrogen‐induced acidification, not N‐nutrient, dominates suppressive N effects on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi51
Where should China practice forestry in a warming world?51
A global overview of studies about land management, land‐use change, and climate change effects on soil organic carbon50
Mapping tree species vulnerability to multiple threats as a guide to restoration and conservation of tropical dry forests50
From energy to (soil organic) matter50
Soil priming effect and its responses to nutrient addition along a tropical forest elevation gradient50
Global warming promotes biological invasion of a honey bee pest50
Contrasting acclimation responses to elevated CO2 and warming between an evergreen and a deciduous boreal conifer50
Distribution, sources, and decomposition of soil organic matter along a salinity gradient in estuarine wetlands characterized by C:N ratio, δ13C‐δ15N, and lignin biomarker49
Climate change and ageing in ectotherms49
Carbon myopia: The urgent need for integrated social, economic and environmental action in the livestock sector49
Exploring movement patterns and changing distributions of baleen whales in the western North Atlantic using a decade of passive acoustic data49
Insects in high‐elevation streams: Life in extreme environments imperiled by climate change49
Detecting forest response to droughts with global observations of vegetation water content49
Unchartered waters: Climate change likely to intensify infectious disease outbreaks causing mass mortality events in marine mammals48
Amazonia trees have limited capacity to acclimate plant hydraulic properties in response to long‐term drought48
Meta‐analysis on the potential for increasing nitrogen losses from intensifying tropical agriculture47
Temporal and spatial trends in marine carbon isotopes in the Arctic Ocean and implications for food web studies47
Impacts of land management practices on blue carbon stocks and greenhouse gas fluxes in coastal ecosystems—A meta‐analysis47
Trade‐offs in soil carbon protection mechanisms under aerobic and anaerobic conditions47
Estimating the potential for coral adaptation to global warming across the Indo‐West Pacific47
Evidence of non‐stationary relationships between climate and forest responses: Increased sensitivity to climate change in Iberian forests47
Changes in plant inputs alter soil carbon and microbial communities in forest ecosystems46
Microbial dynamics and soil physicochemical properties explain large‐scale variations in soil organic carbon46
Climate change undermines the global functioning of marine food webs46
Increases in extreme heat stress in domesticated livestock species during the twenty‐first century46
Two centuries for an almost complete community turnover from native to non‐native species in a riverine ecosystem46
Global patterns and drivers of rainfall partitioning by trees and shrubs46
Not so robust: Robusta coffee production is highly sensitive to temperature46
Red Sea corals under Artificial Light Pollution at Night (ALAN) undergo oxidative stress and photosynthetic impairment46
From pools to flow: The PROMISE framework for new insights on soil carbon cycling in a changing world46
Growth resistance and resilience of mixed silver fir and Norway spruce forests in central Europe: Contrasting responses to mild and severe droughts46
Assessing the response of forest productivity to climate extremes in Switzerland using model–data fusion46
Large climate mitigation potential from adding trees to agricultural lands45
Drainage increases CO2 and N2O emissions from tropical peat soils45
Global increase in wildfire risk due to climate‐driven declines in fuel moisture45
Long‐term nitrogen input alters plant and soil bacterial, but not fungal beta diversity in a semiarid grassland45
The problem of scale in predicting biological responses to climate45
On the relative role of climate change and management in the current desert locust outbreak in East Africa44
Investigating the relationship between climate, stand age, and temporal trends in masting behavior of European forest trees44
Rainfall manipulation experiments as simulated by terrestrial biosphere models: Where do we stand?44
Moisture availability mediates the relationship between terrestrial gross primary production and solar‐induced chlorophyll fluorescence: Insights from global‐scale variations44
Meta‐analysis of global livestock urine‐derived nitrous oxide emissions from agricultural soils44
Agricultural acceleration of soil carbonate weathering44
Effects of climate warming on Sphagnum photosynthesis in peatlands depend on peat moisture and species‐specific anatomical traits44
Effects of seasonal and decadal warming on soil enzymatic activity in a P‐deficient Mediterranean shrubland44
Identifying dominant environmental predictors of freshwater wetland methane fluxes across diurnal to seasonal time scales44
Tropical peatlands and their contribution to the global carbon cycle and climate change44
The combined effects of climate change and river fragmentation on the distribution of Andean Amazon fishes43
Modelling past and future peatland carbon dynamics across the pan‐Arctic43
Stimulation of ammonia oxidizer and denitrifier abundances by nitrogen loading: Poor predictability for increased soil N2O emission43
COSORE: A community database for continuous soil respiration and other soil‐atmosphere greenhouse gas flux data43
Species on the move around the Australian coastline: A continental‐scale review of climate‐driven species redistribution in marine systems43
Spartina alterniflora invasion controls organic carbon stocks in coastal marsh and mangrove soils across tropics and subtropics43
Embracing a new paradigm for temperature sensitivity of soil microbes43
Background nutrient concentration determines phytoplankton bloom response to marine heatwaves43
Beyond bulk: Density fractions explain heterogeneity in global soil carbon abundance and persistence43
Range edges in heterogeneous landscapes: Integrating geographic scale and climate complexity into range dynamics43
Threshold responses of riverine fish communities to land use conversion across regions of the world43
Climate change research and action must look beyond 210043
Long‐term research avoids spurious and misleading trends in sustainability attributes of no‐till43
Hyphae move matter and microbes to mineral microsites: Integrating the hyphosphere into conceptual models of soil organic matter stabilization43
Range margin populations show high climate adaptation lags in European trees43
Increased soil release of greenhouse gases shrinks terrestrial carbon uptake enhancement under warming43
Microclimatic conditions anywhere at any time!43
Continental‐scale tree‐ring‐based projection of Douglas‐fir growth: Testing the limits of space‐for‐time substitution42
Global ecosystems and fire: Multi‐model assessment of fire‐induced tree‐cover and carbon storage reduction42
Distinct controls over the temporal dynamics of soil carbon fractions after land use change42
Novel feeding interactions amplify the impact of species redistribution on an Arctic food web42
Yield response of field‐grown soybean exposed to heat waves under current and elevated [CO2]42
Model parameterization to represent processes at unresolved scales and changing properties of evolving systems42
Beyond denitrification: The role of microbial diversity in controlling nitrous oxide reduction and soil nitrous oxide emissions42
Mechanisms underlying leaf photosynthetic acclimation to warming and elevated CO2 as inferred from least‐cost optimality theory42
Welcome to the Pyrocene: Animal survival in the age of megafire42
Warming temperatures could expose more than 1.3 billion new people to Zika virus risk by 205042
Disturbance type and species life history predict mammal responses to humans42
Stream microbial communities and ecosystem functioning show complex responses to multiple stressors in wastewater41
Can cropland management practices lower net greenhouse emissions without compromising yield?41
Are we ready to track climate‐driven shifts in marine species across international boundaries? ‐ A global survey of scientific bottom trawl data41
Agriculture erases climate constraints on soil nematode communities across large spatial scales41
Modelling climate change impacts on maize yields under low nitrogen input conditions in sub‐Saharan Africa41
Seasonal variability of forest sensitivity to heat and drought stresses: A synthesis based on carbon fluxes from North American forest ecosystems41
Simultaneous quantification of N2, NH3 and N2O emissions from a flooded paddy field under different N fertilization regimes41
Forecasting intensifying disturbance effects on coral reefs41
Long‐term physiological and growth responses of Himalayan fir to environmental change are mediated by mean climate41
Integrating patterns of thermal tolerance and phenotypic plasticity with population genetics to improve understanding of vulnerability to warming in a widespread copepod41
Wildfire combustion and carbon stocks in the southern Canadian boreal forest: Implications for a warming world41
Stronger regional biosecurity is essential to prevent hundreds of harmful biological invasions41
Vital roles of soil microbes in driving terrestrial nitrogen immobilization40
Ensemble modelling, uncertainty and robust predictions of organic carbon in long‐term bare‐fallow soils40
Precipitation–productivity relationships and the duration of precipitation anomalies: An underappreciated dimension of climate change40
Coral reef resilience to thermal stress in the Eastern Tropical Pacific40
Large potential for crop production adaptation depends on available future varieties40
Lifeform indicators reveal large‐scale shifts in plankton across the North‐West European shelf40
Afforestation driving long‐term surface water browning40
The effect of global change on soil phosphatase activity40
Permafrost nitrogen status and its determinants on the Tibetan Plateau40
Nitrogen fertilization weakens the linkage between soil carbon and microbial diversity: A global meta‐analysis39
Widespread decline in Central European plant diversity across six decades39
Prevention is better than cure: Persian Gulf biodiversity vulnerability to the impacts of desalination plants39
Human land uses reduce climate connectivity across North America39
Low‐severity fire as a mechanism of organic matter protection in global peatlands: Thermal alteration slows decomposition39
The Brazilian Cerrado is becoming hotter and drier39
Evolutionary principles and genetic considerations for guiding conservation interventions under climate change39
Regional trends and drivers of the global methane budget39
Seagrass losses since mid‐20th century fuelled CO2 emissions from soil carbon stocks39
Geographic variation in responses of kelp forest communities of the California Current to recent climatic changes39
Systematic over‐crediting in California's forest carbon offsets program39
Soil acidification reduces the effects of short‐term nutrient enrichment on plant and soil biota and their interactions in grasslands39
ForestTemp – Sub‐canopy microclimate temperatures of European forests38
Elevated temperature increases the accumulation of microbial necromass nitrogen in soil via increasing microbial turnover38
Coast‐wide evidence of low pH amelioration by seagrass ecosystems38
Non‐native mangroves support carbon storage, sediment carbon burial, and accretion of coastal ecosystems38
Winter snow and spring temperature have differential effects on vegetation phenology and productivity across Arctic plant communities38
Carbon limitation overrides acidification in mediating soil microbial activity to nitrogen enrichment in a temperate grassland38
Biogeographic variation in temperature sensitivity of decomposition in forest soils38
Feasibility of the 4 per 1000 aspirational target for soil carbon: A case study for France38
Global changes may be promoting a rise in select cyanobacteria in nutrient‐poor northern lakes38
Microbial metabolic response to winter warming stabilizes soil carbon38
Wild bees as winners and losers: Relative impacts of landscape composition, quality, and climate38
Refuges and ecological traps: Extreme drought threatens persistence of an endangered fish in intermittent streams38
Canopy photosynthesis of six major arable crops is enhanced under diffuse light due to canopy architecture38
Fire affects the taxonomic and functional composition of soil microbial communities, with cascading effects on grassland ecosystem functioning38
Small artificial waterbodies are widespread and persistent emitters of methane and carbon dioxide38
Leveraging plant hydraulics to yield predictive and dynamic plant leaf allocation in vegetation models with climate change37
Synchronous biological feedbacks in parrotfishes associated with pantropical coral bleaching37
Clarifying the evidence for microbial‐ and plant‐derived soil organic matter, and the path toward a more quantitative understanding37
Methane emissions from contrasting urban freshwaters: Rates, drivers, and a whole‐city footprint37
The temperature optima for tree seedling photosynthesis and growth depend on water inputs37
Multiple axes of ecological vulnerability to climate change37
Unnatural selection of salmon life histories in a modified riverscape37
Differential thermal tolerance between algae and corals may trigger the proliferation of algae in coral reefs37
Urbanization imprint on land surface phenology: The urban–rural gradient analysis for Chinese cities37
Global fading of the temperature–growth coupling at alpine and polar treelines37
Divergent drivers of the microbial methane sink in temperate forest and grassland soils37
High‐resolution mapping of the global silicate weathering carbon sink and its long‐term changes37
Decipher soil organic carbon dynamics and driving forces across China using machine learning36
Human activities' fingerprint on multitrophic biodiversity and ecosystem functions across a major river catchment in China36
High temperatures enhance the microbial genetic potential to recycle C and N from necromass in high‐mountain soils36
Three‐dimensional change in temperature sensitivity of northern vegetation phenology36
Linking root respiration to chemistry and morphology across species36
Beyond ecosystem modeling: A roadmap to community cyberinfrastructure for ecological data‐model integration36
Living on the edge: A continental‐scale assessment of forest vulnerability to drought36
A global meta‐analysis of nitrous oxide emission from drip‐irrigated cropping system36
Increased high‐latitude photosynthetic carbon gain offset by respiration carbon loss during an anomalous warm winter to spring transition36
State of the science in reconciling top‐down and bottom‐up approaches for terrestrial CO2 budget36
Nutrient availability controls the impact of mammalian herbivores on soil carbon and nitrogen pools in grasslands35
Origin of volatile organic compound emissions from subarctic tundra under global warming35
Photoperiod decelerates the advance of spring phenology of six deciduous tree species under climate warming35
Reference state and benchmark concepts for better biodiversity conservation in contemporary ecosystems35
Centennial decline in North Sea water clarity causes strong delay in phytoplankton bloom timing35
Large‐scale evidence for microbial response and associated carbon release after permafrost thaw35
Soil organic carbon in irrigated agricultural systems: A meta‐analysis35
Moderate disturbances accelerate forest transition dynamics under climate change in the temperate–boreal ecotone of eastern North America35
The response of soil respiration to precipitation change is asymmetric and differs between grasslands and forests35
Accounting for multiple ecosystem services in a simulation of land‐use decisions: Does it reduce tropical deforestation?35
Key rules of life and the fading cryosphere: Impacts in alpine lakes and streams35
Determinants of soil organic carbon sequestration and its contribution to ecosystem carbon sinks of planted forests34
Trends in tuna carbon isotopes suggest global changes in pelagic phytoplankton communities34
Drought legacies and ecosystem responses to subsequent drought34
Accelerated terrestrial ecosystem carbon turnover and its drivers34
Meta‐analysis of multiple driver effects on marine phytoplankton highlights modulating role of pCO234
Water‐use efficiency in a semi‐arid woodland with high rainfall variability34
Stocks and losses of soil organic carbon from Chinese vegetated coastal habitats34
Forest conversion to plantations: A meta‐analysis of consequences for soil and microbial properties and functions34
Variations and controlling factors of soil denitrification rate34
Recent collapse of crop belts and declining diversity of US agriculture since 184034
Climate warming increases spring phenological differences among temperate trees34
Reforestation and surface cooling in temperate zones: Mechanisms and implications34
Genomic vulnerability to rapid climate warming in a tree species with a long generation time34
Divergent expression of hypoxia response systems under deoxygenation in reef‐forming corals aligns with bleaching susceptibility34
Ensemble projections elucidate effects of uncertainty in terrestrial nitrogen limitation on future carbon uptake34
A century of fish growth in relation to climate change, population dynamics and exploitation34
Global variation in soil carbon sequestration potential through improved cropland management34
Late to bed, late to rise—Warmer autumn temperatures delay spring phenology by delaying dormancy33
Strong overestimation of water‐use efficiency responses to rising CO2 in tree‐ring studies33
Shifts in the temperature‐sensitive periods for spring phenology in European beech and pedunculate oak clones across latitudes and over recent decades33
Land‐use change and biodiversity: Challenges for assembling evidence on the greatest threat to nature33
Secondary forests offset less than 10% of deforestation‐mediated carbon emissions in the Brazilian Amazon33
Amazonian biogenic volatile organic compounds under global change33
Extreme temperature events will drive coral decline in the Coral Triangle33
Arctic shrub colonization lagged peak postglacial warmth: Molecular evidence in lake sediment from Arctic Canada33
Rock glaciers and related cold rocky landforms: Overlooked climate refugia for mountain biodiversity33
Core microbiota drive functional stability of soil microbiome in reforestation ecosystems33
Animal mortality during fire33
Bumblebee resilience to climate change, through plastic and adaptive responses33
Optimal temperature of vegetation productivity and its linkage with climate and elevation on the Tibetan Plateau33
The fertilization effect of global dimming on crop yields is not attributed to an improved light interception33
Perspective: Increasing blue carbon around Antarctica is an ecosystem service of considerable societal and economic value worth protecting33
Modeling leaf senescence of deciduous tree species in Europe33
Towards comparable assessment of the soil nutrient status across scales—Review and development of nutrient metrics33
Responses of soil organic carbon stock to animal manure application: A new global synthesis integrating the impacts of agricultural managements and environmental conditions33
Uncovering hidden genetic variation in photosynthesis of field‐grown maize under ozone pollution33
Newer and select maize, wheat, and rice varieties can help mitigate N footprint while producing more grain32
Asynchronous range shifts drive alpine plant–pollinator interactions and reduce plant fitness32
Widespread regeneration failure in forests of Greater Yellowstone under scenarios of future climate and fire32
Civil disobedience movements such as School Strike for the Climate are raising public awareness of the climate change emergency32
Increased greenhouse gas emissions intensity of major croplands in China: Implications for food security and climate change mitigation32
Wildfire and the ecological niche: Diminishing habitat suitability for an indicator species within semi‐arid ecosystems32
Annual precipitation explains variability in dryland vegetation greenness globally but not locally32
Essential outcomes for COP2632
Leaching of dissolved organic carbon from mineral soils plays a significant role in the terrestrial carbon balance32
Stream metabolism controls diel patterns and evasion of CO2 in Arctic streams32
Vulnerability of global coral reef habitat suitability to ocean warming, acidification and eutrophication32
Weather underground: Subsurface hydrologic processes mediate tree vulnerability to extreme climatic drought32
Temperature change as a driver of spatial patterns and long‐term trends in chironomid (Insecta: Diptera) diversity32
Research challenges and opportunities for using big data in global change biology32
Increasingly severe cyanobacterial blooms and deep water hypoxia coincide with warming water temperatures in reservoirs31
Actions to halt biodiversity loss generally benefit the climate31
Potential of hotspot solar‐induced chlorophyll fluorescence for better tracking terrestrial photosynthesis31
Interactive global change factors mitigate soil aggregation and carbon change in a semi‐arid grassland31
Trait‐based climate vulnerability assessments in data‐rich systems: An application to eastern Bering Sea fish and invertebrate stocks31
Interactive climate factors restrict future increases in spring productivity of temperate and boreal trees31
Topsoil organic matter build‐up in glacier forelands around the world31
Advancing global change biology through experimental manipulations: Where have we been and where might we go?31
The tempo of greening in the European Alps: Spatial variations on a common theme31
Partitioning net carbon dioxide fluxes into photosynthesis and respiration using neural networks31
Responses of soil N2O emissions and their abiotic and biotic drivers to altered rainfall regimes and co‐occurring wet N deposition in a semi‐arid grassland30
Climate change promotes transitions to tall evergreen vegetation in tropical Asia30
Low phosphorus supply constrains plant responses to elevated CO2: A meta‐analysis30
Foraging deeply: Depth‐specific plant nitrogen uptake in response to climate‐induced N‐release and permafrost thaw in the High Arctic30
Species interactions and climate change: How the disruption of species co‐occurrence will impact on an avian forest guild30
Effects of human disturbance activities and environmental change factors on terrestrial nitrogen fixation30
Deepened winter snow cover enhances net ecosystem exchange and stabilizes plant community composition and productivity in a temperate grassland30
Climate, urbanization, and species traits interactively drive flowering duration30
Global divergent trends of algal blooms detected by satellite during 1982–201830
Estimating the carbon storage potential and greenhouse gas emissions of French arable cropland using high‐resolution modeling30
Joint effects of climate, tree size, and year on annual tree growth derived from tree‐ring records of ten globally distributed forests30
Plant carbon allocation drives turnover of old soil organic matter in permafrost tundra soils30
Simultaneous numerical representation of soil microsite production and consumption of carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide using probability distribution functions30
Combined effects of heatwaves and micropollutants on freshwater ecosystems: Towards an integrated assessment of extreme events in multiple stressors research30
Decoupling of impact factors reveals the response of German winter wheat yields to climatic changes30
Nitrogen cycling microbiomes are structured by plant mycorrhizal associations with consequences for nitrogen oxide fluxes in forests30
Selectively bred oysters can alter their biomineralization pathways, promoting resilience to environmental acidification30
A meta‐analysis of responses in floral traits and flower–visitor interactions to water deficit30
Natural hazard threats to pollinators and pollination30
Long‐term effects of global change on occupancy and flight period of wild bees in Belgium30
Climate warming restructures an aquatic food web over 28 years29
Accelerated rate of vegetation green‐up related to warming at northern high latitudes29
Exceptional heat and atmospheric dryness amplified losses of primary production during the 2020 U.S. Southwest hot drought29
Plant phenological responses to experimental warming—A synthesis29
Simulated climate change decreases nutrient resorption from senescing leaves29
Spatial synchrony in the response of a long range migratory species (Salmo salar) to climate change in the North Atlantic Ocean29
Total ecosystem carbon stocks at the marine‐terrestrial interface: Blue carbon of the Pacific Northwest Coast, United States29
Global‐scale species distributions predict temperature‐related changes in species composition of rocky shore communities in Britain29
Climate and human water use diminish wetland networks supporting continental waterbird migration29
Decreased carbon accumulation feedback driven by climate‐induced drying of two southern boreal bogs over recent centuries29
Recovery disparity between coral cover and the physical functionality of reefs with impaired coral assemblages29
The acclimation of leaf photosynthesis of wheat and rice to seasonal temperature changes in T‐FACE environments29
Modeling the impact of liana infestation on the demography and carbon cycle of tropical forests29
Sea ice decline drives biogeographical shifts of key Calanus species in the central Arctic Ocean29
Impacts of soil water stress on the acclimated stomatal limitation of photosynthesis: Insights from stable carbon isotope data29
It’s a wormy world: Meta‐analysis reveals several decades of change in the global abundance of the parasitic nematodes Anisakis spp. and Pseudoterranova spp. in marine fishes and inverte29
Paradise lost: End‐of‐century warming and acidification under business‐as‐usual emissions have severe consequences for symbiotic corals29
Hiding from the climate: Characterizing microrefugia for boreal forest understory species29
Reducing climate impacts of beef production: A synthesis of life cycle assessments across management systems and global regions29
Impact of forest plantation on methane emissions from tropical peatland29
Large quantities of small microplastics permeate the surface ocean to abyssal depths in the South Atlantic Gyre29
The Paris Agreement objectives will likely halt future declines of emperor penguins29
Long‐term active restoration of extremely degraded alpine grassland accelerated turnover and increased stability of soil carbon29
The Net Landscape Carbon Balance—Integrating terrestrial and aquatic carbon fluxes in a managed boreal forest landscape in Sweden28
Lower‐than‐expected CH4 emissions from rice paddies with rising CO2 concentrations28
Data‐driven estimates of fertilizer‐induced soil NH3, NO and N2O emissions from croplands in China and their climate change impacts28
Accurate forest projections require long‐term wood decay experiments because plant trait effects change through time28
Growing‐season temperature and precipitation are independent drivers of global variation in xylem hydraulic conductivity28
The impact of global dimming on crop yields is determined by the source–sink imbalance of carbon during grain filling28
Wood anatomical traits in black spruce reveal latent water constraints on the boreal forest28
Nonlinear dynamics of fires in Africa over recent decades controlled by precipitation28
A new approach to molecular biosurveillance of invasive species using DNA metabarcoding28
Homogenization and miniaturization of habitat structure in temperate marine forests28
Towards modelling the future risk of cyclone wave damage to the world's coral reefs28
Divergent shrub‐cover responses driven by climate, wildfire, and permafrost interactions in Arctic tundra ecosystems28
Biological mechanisms may contribute to soil carbon saturation patterns28
Human exploitation shapes productivity–biomass relationships on coral reefs28
TRY—A plant trait database of databases28
Siberian plants shift their phenology in response to climate change28
Different functional traits among closely related algal symbionts dictate stress endurance for vital Indo‐Pacific reef‐building corals28
Relationship between heatwave‐induced forest die‐off and climatic suitability in multiple tree species28
How do we overcome abrupt degradation of marine ecosystems and meet the challenge of heat waves and climate extremes?28
Net effects of conservation agriculture principles on sustainable land use: A synthesis28
Light grazing facilitates carbon accumulation in subsoil in Chinese grasslands: A meta‐analysis28
Inactive and inefficient: Warming and drought effect on microbial carbon processing in alpine grassland at depth28
Shift in size of bumblebee queens over the last century28
Symbiont community diversity is more variable in corals that respond poorly to stress27
Evidence for large carbon sink and long residence time in semiarid forests based on 15 year flux and inventory records27
Forests buffer against variations in precipitation27
Fertilized graminoids intensify negative drought effects on grassland productivity27
Drought and recovery effects on belowground respiration dynamics and the partitioning of recent carbon in managed and abandoned grassland27
The neglected season: Warmer autumns counteract harsher winters and promote population growth in Arctic reindeer27
Drought alters the carbon footprint of trees in soils—tracking the spatio‐temporal fate of 13C‐labelled assimilates in the soil of an old‐growth pine forest27
Evolution and connectivity influence the persistence and recovery of coral reefs under climate change in the Caribbean, Southwest Pacific, and Coral Triangle27
Contrasting mechanisms underlie short‐ and longer‐term soil respiration responses to experimental warming in a dryland ecosystem27
Changes in the environmental microbiome in the Anthropocene27
Causes and consequences of Eastern Australia’s 2019–20 season of mega‐fires: A broader perspective27
Satellite observations document trends consistent with a boreal forest biome shift27
Mating patterns influence vulnerability to the extinction vortex27
What and where? Predicting invasion hotspots in the Arctic marine realm27
Light and warming drive forest understorey community development in different environments27
Drought reshuffles plant phenology and reduces the foraging benefit of green‐wave surfing for a migratory ungulate26
A lesson unlearned? Underestimating tree cover in drylands biases global restoration maps26
Large uncertainties in future biome changes in Africa call for flexible climate adaptation strategies26
Phosphorus rather than nitrogen regulates ecosystem carbon dynamics after permafrost thaw26
Precipitation controls seed bank size and its role in alpine meadow community regeneration with increasing altitude26
Spatiotemporal variability of fire effects on soil carbon and nitrogen: A global meta‐analysis26
Blue carbon gains from glacial retreat along Antarctic fjords: What should we expect?26
An optimality‐based model explains seasonal variation in C3 plant photosynthetic capacity26
Physiological determinants of biogeography: The importance of metabolic depression to heat tolerance26
The response of ants to climate change26
Impacts of artificial light at night in marine ecosystems—A review26
Exploring biogeochemical and ecological redundancy in phytoplankton communities in the global ocean26
Classifying human influences on terrestrial ecosystems26
Identifying potentially invasive non‐native marine and brackish water species for the Arabian Gulf and Sea of Oman26
Depth‐dependent drivers of soil microbial necromass carbon across Tibetan alpine grasslands26
Adjustments in fatty acid composition is a mechanism that can explain resilience to marine heatwaves and future ocean conditions in the habitat‐forming seaweed Phyllospora comosa (Labillardière26
Artificial night light and anthropogenic noise interact to influence bird abundance over a continental scale26
Watershed‐scale climate influences productivity of Chinook salmon populations across southcentral Alaska26
Imaging spectroscopy reveals the effects of topography and logging on the leaf chemistry of tropical forest canopy trees26
Recent climate change is creating hotspots of butterfly increase and decline across North America26
Ecotrons: Powerful and versatile ecosystem analysers for ecology, agronomy and environmental science26
Warming and elevated CO2 intensify drought and recovery responses of grassland carbon allocation to soil respiration26
Effects of future climate change on birch abundance and their pollen load26
Optimum growth temperature declines with body size within fish species26
Low‐intensity frequent fires in coniferous forests transform soil organic matter in ways that may offset ecosystem carbon losses25
Assessment of the importance of increasing temperature and decreasing soil moisture on global ecosystem productivity using solar‐induced chlorophyll fluorescence25
Greening drylands despite warming consistent with carbon dioxide fertilization effect25
Increasing climate‐driven taxonomic homogenization but functional differentiation among river macroinvertebrate assemblages25
Terrestrial fluxes of carbon in GCP carbon budgets25
Global patterns of soil gross immobilization of ammonium and nitrate in terrestrial ecosystems25
Warming‐induced global soil carbon loss attenuated by downward carbon movement25
Climate‐induced decrease in biomass flow in marine food webs may severely affect predators and ecosystem production25
Will coral reef sponges be winners in the Anthropocene?25
Maximizing the effectiveness of national commitments to protected area expansion for conserving biodiversity and ecosystem carbon under climate change25
A substantial role of soil erosion in the land carbon sink and its future changes25
Landscape resistance mediates native fish species distribution shifts and vulnerability to climate change in riverscapes25
Range edges of North American marine species are tracking temperature over decades25
Projected climate and land use change alter western blacklegged tick phenology, seasonal host‐seeking suitability and human encounter risk in California25
Ocean acidification causes variable trait‐shifts in a coral species25
Century‐long records reveal shifting challenges to seagrass recovery25
Recent CO2 rise has modified the sensitivity of tropical tree growth to rainfall and temperature24
Phosphorus addition decreases plant lignin but increases microbial necromass contribution to soil organic carbon in a subalpine forest24
Quantifying high‐temperature stress on soybean canopy photosynthesis: The unique role of sun‐induced chlorophyll fluorescence24
Altered microbial structure and function after thermokarst formation24
Rapid genomic and phenotypic change in response to climate warming in a widespread plant invader24