Limnology and Oceanography Letters

Papers
(The TQCC of Limnology and Oceanography Letters is 9. 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 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Prochlorococcus,Synechococcus, and picoeukaryotic phytoplankton abundances in the global ocean40
Vertical stratification of environmental DNA in the open ocean captures ecological patterns and behavior of deep‐sea fishes32
Total alkalinity production in a mangrove ecosystem reveals an overlooked Blue Carbon component31
Carbon and alkalinity outwelling across the groundwater‐creek‐shelf continuum off Amazonian mangroves27
Reconciling models and measurements of marsh vulnerability to sea level rise26
Effects of lake warming on the seasonal risk of toxic cyanobacteria exposure25
Blooms also like it cold25
Impact of salinization on lake stratification and spring mixing25
Dissolved organic matter regulates nutrient limitation and growth of benthic algae in northern lakes through interacting effects on nutrient and light availability24
Methanogenesis exceeds CH4 consumption in eutrophic lake sediments24
Nutrient co‐limitation in the subtropical Northwest Pacific24
Ocean sediments as the global sink for marine micro‐ and mesoplastics23
Sea‐level rise drives wastewater leakage to coastal waters and storm drains23
Taxonomic and nutrient controls on phytoplankton iron quotas in the ocean23
LAGOS‐US LOCUS v1.0: Data module of location, identifiers, and physical characteristics of lakes and their watersheds in the conterminous U.S.23
Lake salinization drives consistent losses of zooplankton abundance and diversity across coordinated mesocosm experiments22
Nitrogen fixation: A poorly understood process along the freshwater‐marine continuum22
Thinking like a consumer: Linking aquatic basal metabolism and consumer dynamics22
Pore‐water exchange flushes blue carbon from intertidal saltmarsh sediments into the sea21
Cascading effects of freshwater salinization on plankton communities in the Sierra Nevada21
Internal loading in stormwater ponds as a phosphorus source to downstream waters20
Do diatoms dominate benthic production in shallow systems? A case study from a mixed seagrass bed19
Extent, patterns, and drivers of hypoxia in the world's streams and rivers18
Whole‐ecosystem oxygenation experiments reveal substantially greater hypolimnetic methane concentrations in reservoirs during anoxia17
Giant kelp microbiome altered in the presence of epiphytes17
Elevated organic carbon pulses persist in estuarine environment after major storm events17
Lake browning generates a spatiotemporal mismatch between dissolved organic carbon and limiting nutrients17
Body size, trophic position, and the coupling of different energy pathways across a saltmarsh landscape16
Effects of chloride and nutrients on freshwater plankton communities16
Interactive effects of iron and temperature on the growth of Fragilariopsis cylindrus16
Effects of freshwater salinization on a salt‐naïve planktonic eukaryote community16
Methane emission offsets carbon dioxide uptake in a small productive lake15
Variability in marsh migration potential determined by topographic rather than anthropogenic constraints in the Chesapeake Bay region15
Five state factors control progressive stages of freshwater salinization syndrome15
Thicker shells reduce copepod grazing on diatoms14
Winter inverse lake stratification under historic and future climate change14
Diverse impacts of day and night temperature on spring phenology in freshwater marshes of the Tibetan Plateau14
Arctic seals as tracers of environmental and ecological change14
Highest rates of gross primary productivity maintained despite CO2 depletion in a temperate river network14
Synthesizing 35 years of seagrass spatial data from the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, Queensland, Australia14
Density‐dependent mechanisms regulate spore formation in the diatom Chaetoceros socialis14
Augmentation of global marine sedimentary carbon storage in the age of plastic14
Increasing heatwave frequency in streams and rivers of the United States13
Integrating siphonophores into marine food‐web ecology13
Reconsideration of the phytoplankton seasonality in the open Black Sea12
The slow and steady salinization of Sparkling Lake, Wisconsin12
Climate warming amplifies the frequency of fish mass mortality events across north temperate lakes12
Microbial methane oxidation efficiency and robustness during lake overturn12
Flow intermittence alters carbon processing in rivers through chemical diversification of leaf litter12
Light fluctuations are key in modulating plankton trophic dynamics and their impact on primary production12
Biogeochemical control points of connectivity between a tidal creek and its floodplain12
Widespread variation in salt tolerance within freshwater zooplankton species reduces the predictability of community‐level salt tolerance11
Worms and submersed macrophytes reduce methane release and increase nutrient removal in organic sediments11
Toward a consensus framework to evaluate air–sea CO2 equilibration for marine CO2 removal11
Daily surface temperatures for 185,549 lakes in the conterminous United States estimated using deep learning (1980–2020)11
Risk to native marine macroalgae from land‐use and climate change‐related modifications to groundwater discharge in Hawaiʻi11
Environmental variability in aquatic ecosystems: Avenues for future multifactorial experiments11
Microplastics alter feeding strategies of a coral reef organism11
Simple rules for concise scientific writing11
Mud in the city: Effects of freshwater salinization on inland urban wetland nitrogen and phosphorus availability and export11
Constraining growth rates and the ratio of living to nonliving particulate carbon using beam attenuation and adenosine‐5′‐triphosphate at Station ALOHA10
Deep zooplankton rely on small particles when particle fluxes are low10
Continental margin sediments underlying the NE Pacific oxygen minimum zone are a source of nitrous oxide to the water column9
A database of ocean primary productivity from the 14C method9
Impact of atmospheric pressure variations on methane ebullition and lake turbidity during ice‐cover9
Seascape topography slows predicted range shifts in fish under climate change9
Ocean warming reduces gastropod survival despite maintenance of feeding and oxygen consumption rates9
How many independent quantities can be extracted from ocean color?9
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