Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences

Papers
(The H4-Index of Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences is 27. 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
Outgoing Near‐Infrared Radiation From Vegetation Scales With Canopy Photosynthesis Across a Spectrum of Function, Structure, Physiological Capacity, and Weather72
CMIP5 Models Predict Rapid and Deep Soil Warming Over the 21st Century56
Loss of Ice Cover, Shifting Phenology, and More Extreme Events in Northern Hemisphere Lakes55
Simulating Agriculture in the Community Land Model Version 550
Winter Limnology: How do Hydrodynamics and Biogeochemistry Shape Ecosystems Under Ice?45
Integrating Perspectives to Understand Lake Ice Dynamics in a Changing World45
Systematic Assessment of Retrieval Methods for Canopy Far‐Red Solar‐Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence Using High‐Frequency Automated Field Spectroscopy42
Impacts of Degradation on Water, Energy, and Carbon Cycling of the Amazon Tropical Forests40
Drivers of Methane Flux Differ Between Lakes and Reservoirs, Complicating Global Upscaling Efforts40
The Duality of Reforestation Impacts on Surface and Air Temperature36
Globally Consistent Patterns of Asynchrony in Vegetation Phenology Derived From Optical, Microwave, and Fluorescence Satellite Data35
Diurnal and Seasonal Dynamics of Solar‐Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence, Vegetation Indices, and Gross Primary Productivity in the Boreal Forest34
Methane Emission From Global Lakes: New Spatiotemporal Data and Observation‐Driven Modeling of Methane Dynamics Indicates Lower Emissions33
Selective Adsorption of Terrestrial Dissolved Organic Matter to Inorganic Surfaces Along a Boreal Inland Water Continuum32
The Changing Face of Winter: Lessons and Questions From the Laurentian Great Lakes31
Increasing Rates of Carbon Burial in Southwest Florida Coastal Wetlands31
Vegetation Affects Timing and Location of Wetland Methane Emissions31
Representativeness of FLUXNET Sites Across Latin America31
Drought Risk of Global Terrestrial Gross Primary Productivity Over the Last 40 Years Detected by a Remote Sensing‐Driven Process Model30
Phosphorus Inventory for the Conterminous United States (2002–2012)30
Bullet‐Shaped Magnetite Biomineralization Within a Magnetotactic Deltaproteobacterium: Implications for Magnetofossil Identification30
Magnetotaxis as an Adaptation to Enable Bacterial Shuttling of Microbial Sulfur and Sulfur Cycling Across Aquatic Oxic‐Anoxic Interfaces30
Wildfire‐Smoke Aerosols Lead to Increased Light Use Efficiency Among Agricultural and Restored Wetland Land Uses in California's Central Valley29
Long‐term Impacts of Permafrost Thaw on Carbon Storage in Peatlands: Deep Losses Offset by Surficial Accumulation29
Carbon Thaw Rate Doubles When Accounting for Subsidence in a Permafrost Warming Experiment28
Climate Extreme Versus Carbon Extreme: Responses of Terrestrial Carbon Fluxes to Temperature and Precipitation27
High Vapor Pressure Deficit Decreases the Productivity and Water Use Efficiency of Rain‐Induced Pulses in Semiarid Ecosystems27
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