Biogeosciences

Papers
(The H4-Index of Biogeosciences is 34. 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 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Twenty-first century ocean warming, acidification, deoxygenation, and upper-ocean nutrient and primary production decline from CMIP6 model projections325
Scaling carbon fluxes from eddy covariance sites to globe: synthesis and evaluation of the FLUXCOM approach291
Carbon–concentration and carbon–climate feedbacks in CMIP6 models and their comparison to CMIP5 models237
Quantifying impacts of the 2018 drought on European ecosystems in comparison to 2003237
Reviews and syntheses: The biogeochemical cycle of silicon in the modern ocean118
Historical CO<sub>2</sub> emissions from land use and land cover change and their uncertainty104
Dimensions of marine phytoplankton diversity95
Reviews and syntheses: The mechanisms underlying carbon storage in soil92
Is there warming in the pipeline? A multi-model analysis of the Zero Emissions Commitment from CO<sub>2</sub>79
Benchmarking and parameter sensitivity of physiological and vegetation dynamics using the Functionally Assembled Terrestrial Ecosystem Simulator (FATES) at Barro Colorado Island, Panama77
Risk of crop failure due to compound dry and hot extremes estimated with nested copulas76
Macroalgal metabolism and lateral carbon flows can create significant carbon sinks69
Nitrogen cycling in CMIP6 land surface models: progress and limitations58
Reviews and syntheses: Biological weathering and its consequences at different spatial levels – from nanoscale to global scale56
Reviews and syntheses: Arctic fire regimes and emissions in the 21st century52
Global climate response to idealized deforestation in CMIP6 models51
Fire hazard modulation by long-term dynamics in land cover and dominant forest type in eastern and central Europe50
Persistent impacts of the 2018 drought on forest disturbance regimes in Europe50
Increase in ocean acidity variability and extremes under increasing atmospheric CO<sub>2</sub>47
A seamless ensemble-based reconstruction of surface ocean <i>p</i>CO<sub>2</sub> and air–sea CO<sub>2</sub> fluxes o45
Slowdown of the greening trend in natural vegetation with further rise in atmospheric CO<sub>2</sub>45
Linking tundra vegetation, snow, soil temperature, and permafrost44
Understanding the uncertainty in global forest carbon turnover43
Revised fractional abundances and warm-season temperatures substantially improve brGDGT calibrations in lake sediments43
Reviews and syntheses: Physical and biogeochemical processes associated with upwelling in the Indian Ocean42
Ice formation on lake surfaces in winter causes warm-season bias of lacustrine brGDGT temperature estimates40
Reviews and syntheses: Present, past, and future of the oxygen minimum zone in the northern Indian Ocean38
Denitrification in soil as a function of oxygen availability at the microscale37
Role of jellyfish in the plankton ecosystem revealed using a global ocean biogeochemical model37
Relevance of aboveground litter for soil organic matter formation – a soil profile perspective36
Alpha and beta diversity patterns of polychaete assemblages across the nodule province of the eastern Clarion-Clipperton Fracture Zone (equatorial Pacific)36
Regulation of nitrous oxide production in low-oxygen waters off the coast of Peru35
Towards a global understanding of vegetation–climate dynamics at multiple timescales34
Reviews and syntheses: Heterotrophic fixation of inorganic carbon – significant but invisible flux in environmental carbon cycling34
Technical note: CO<sub>2</sub> is not like CH<sub>4</sub> – limits of and corrections to the headspace method to analyse <i>p&34
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