Biogeochemistry

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  • Losses of mineral soil carbon largely offset biomass accumulation 15years after whole-tree harvest in a northern hardwood forest.  144:1-14. 2019
  • Homogenization of dissolved organic matter within a river network occurs in the smallest headwaters.  143:85-104. 2019
  • River network saturation concept: factors influencing the balance of biogeochemical supply and demand of river networks.  141:503-521. 2018
  • Minerals in the rhizosphere: overlooked mediators of soil nitrogen availability to plants and microbes.  139:103-122. 2018
  • Growing season warming and winter freeze–thaw cycles reduce root nitrogen uptake capacity and increase soil solution nitrogen in a northern forest ecosystem.  137:337-349. 2018
  • Rapid warming and salinity changes in the Gulf of Maine alter surface ocean carbonate parameters and hide ocean acidification..  141:401-418. 2018
  • The impact of flooding on aquatic ecosystem services..  141:439-461. 2018
  • Redox and temperature-sensitive changes in microbial communities and soil chemistry dictate greenhouse gas loss from thawed permafrost.  134:183-200. 2017
  • Recovery from acidification alters concentrations and fluxes of solutes from Czech catchments.  132:251-272. 2017
  • Nitrogen additions mobilize soil base cations in two tropical forests.  128:67-88. 2016
  • Extreme weather years drive episodic changes in lake chemistry: implications for recovery from sulfate deposition and long-term trends in dissolved organic carbon.  127:353-365. 2016
  • Microbial carbon use efficiency: accounting for population, community, and ecosystem-scale controls over the fate of metabolized organic matter.  127:173-188. 2016
  • Direct response of dissolved organic nitrogen to nitrate availability in headwater streams.  126:1-10. 2015
  • Global distribution and surface activity of macromolecules in offline simulations of marine organic chemistry.  126:25-56. 2015
  • Soil warming and nitrogen deposition alter soil organic matter composition at the molecular-level.  123:391-409. 2015
  • Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) filtration, biodeposition, and sediment nitrogen cycling at two oyster reefs with contrasting water quality in Great Bay Estuary (New Hampshire, USA).  122:113-129. 2015
  • Chronic nitrogen additions suppress decomposition and sequester soil carbon in temperate forests.  121:305-316. 2014
  • Climate variability masks the impacts of land use change on nutrient export in a suburbanizing watershed.  121:45-59. 2014
  • Ecosystem metabolism and nutrient uptake in an urban, piped headwater stream.  121:167-187. 2014
  • Incorporating urban infrastructure into biogeochemical assessment of urban tropical streams in Puerto Rico.  121:271-286. 2014
  • Tracking evolution of urban biogeochemical cycles: past, present, and future.  121:1-21. 2014
  • Nitrate uptake dynamics of surface transient storage in stream channels and fluvial wetlands.  120:239-257. 2014
  • The effect of nitrogen addition on soil organic matter dynamics: a model analysis of the Harvard Forest Chronic Nitrogen Amendment Study and soil carbon response to anthropogenic N deposition.  117:431-454. 2014
  • Differences in the substrate spectrum of extracellular enzymes in shallow lakes of differing trophic status.  117:143-151. 2014
  • Interactions between lithology and biology drive the long-term response of stream chemistry to major hurricanes in a tropical landscape.  116:175-186. 2013
  • Permafrost and fire as regulators of stream chemistry in basins of the Central Siberian Plateau.  116:55-68. 2013
  • Radiocarbon evidence for the mining of organic nitrogen from soil by mycorrhizal fungi.  114:381-389. 2013
  • Soil respiration does not acclimatize to warmer temperatures when modeled over seasonal timescales.  112:555-570. 2013
  • Taking the pulse of snowmelt: in situ sensors reveal seasonal, event and diurnal patterns of nitrate and dissolved organic matter variability in an upland forest stream.  108:183-198. 2012
  • Amino acid cycling in plankton and soil microbes studied with radioisotopes: measured amino acids in soil do not reflect bioavailability.  107:339-360. 2012
  • Cross-stream comparison of substrate-specific denitrification potential.  104:381-392. 2011
  • Effects of nitrogen additions on above- and belowground carbon dynamics in two tropical forests.  104:203-225. 2011
  • Controls of nitrogen isotope patterns in soil profiles.  95:355-371. 2009
  • Dynamic modeling of nitrogen losses in river networks unravels the coupled effects of hydrological and biogeochemical processes.  93:91-116. 2009
  • The regional and global significance of nitrogen removal in lakes and reservoirs.  93:143-157. 2009
  • Surface runoff contribution of nitrogen during storm events in a forested watershed.  85:253-262. 2007
  • Regional Assessment of N Saturation using Foliar and Root \varvec delta15N.  80:157-194. 2006
  • The Role of Snowmelt and Spring Rainfall in Inorganic Nutrient Fluxes from a Large Temperate Watershed, the Androscoggin River Basin (Maine and New Hampshire).  80:191-203. 2006
  • Nitrogen and phosphorus budgets for a tropical watershed impacted by agricultural land use: Guayas, Ecuador.  79:135-161. 2006
  • Urban influences on the nitrogen cycle in Puerto Rico.  79:109-133. 2006
  • The biogeochemistry of carbon at Hubbard Brook.  75:109-176. 2005
  • The origin, composition and rates of organic nitrogen deposition: a missing piece of the nitrogen cycle?.  57:99-136. 2002
  • Distribution of nitrous oxide and regulators of its production across a tropical rainforest catena in the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico..  56:265-286. 2001
  • Dissolved organic nitrogen budgets for upland, forested ecosystems in New England..  49:123-142. 2000
  • The effect of permafrost on stream biogeochemistry: a case study of two streams in the Alaskan (U.S.A.) taiga..  47:239-267. 1999
  • A nitrogen budget for late-successional hillslope tobonuco forest, Puerto Rico..  46:85-108. 1999
  • Nitrogen stable isotopic composition of leaves and soil: tropical versus temperate forests..  46:45-65. 1999
  • Nitrogen yields from undisturbed watersheds in the Americas.  46:149-162. 1999
  • The globalization of N deposition: ecosystem consequences in tropical environments..  46:67-83. 1999
  • Influence of excess nitrogen deposition on a white spruce (Picea glauca) stand in southern Alaska.  38:173-187. 1997
  • Vertical transport of dissolved organic C and N under long-term N amendments in pine and hardwood forests..  35:471-505. 1996
  • FLUXES OF GREENHOUSE GASES BETWEEN SOILS AND THE ATMOSPHERE IN A TEMPERATE FOREST FOLLOWING A SIMULATED HURRICANE BLOWDOWN.  21:61-71. 1993
  • EXCHANGE OF N2O AND CH4 BETWEEN THE ATMOSPHERE AND SOILS IN SPRUCE-FIR FORESTS IN THE NORTHEASTERN UNITED-STATES.  18:119-135. 1992
  • Riparian nitrogen dynamics in two geomorphologically distinct tropical rain forest watersheds: nitrous oxide fluxes..  18:77-99. 1992
  • Riparian nitrogen dynamics in two geomorphologically distinct tropical rain forest watersheds: subsurface solute patterns..  18:53-75. 1992
  • SPATIAL CHANGES IN FOREST FLOOR AND FOLIAR CHEMISTRY OF SPRUCE-FIR FORESTS ACROSS NEW-ENGLAND.  14:13-29. 1991
  • NITRATE CONCENTRATIONS IN SNOW FROM REMOTE AREAS - IMPLICATION FOR THE GLOBAL NOX FLUX.  9:211-222. 1990
  • KINETICS AND MECHANISMS OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC-CARBON RETENTION IN A HEADWATER STREAM.  1:329-352. 1985
  • PRIMARY PRODUCTION AND NITROGEN ALLOCATION OF FIELD-GROWN SUGAR MAPLES IN RELATION TO NITROGEN AVAILABILITY.  1:135-154. 1985
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    International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0168-2563
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1573-515X