Retrieval of the photochemical reflectance index for assessing xanthophyll cycle activity: a comparison of near-surface optical sensors
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, November 21, 2014
Retrieval of the photochemical reflectance index for assessing xanthophyll cycle activity: a comparison of near-surface optical sensorsBiogeosciences, 11, 6277-6292, 2014Author(s): A. Harris, J. A. Gamon, G. Z. Pastorello, and C. Y. S. WongUnattended optical sensors are increasingly being deployed o...
Temporal changes in surface partial pressure of carbon dioxide and carbonate saturation state in the eastern equatorial Indian Ocean during the 1962–2012 ...
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, November 21, 2014
Temporal changes in surface partial pressure of carbon dioxide and carbonate saturation state in the eastern equatorial Indian Ocean during the 1962–2012 periodBiogeosciences, 11, 6293-6305, 2014Author(s): L. Xue, W. Yu, H. Wang, L.-Q. Jiang, L. Feng, L. Gao, K. Li, Z. Li, Q. Wei, and C. NingI...
Stable carbon isotope biogeochemistry of lakes along a trophic gradient
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, November 20, 2014
Stable carbon isotope biogeochemistry of lakes along a trophic gradientBiogeosciences, 11, 6265-6276, 2014Author(s): A. de Kluijver, P. L. Schoon, J. A. Downing, S. Schouten, and J. J. MiddelburgThe stable carbon (C) isotope variability of dissolved inorganic and organic C (DIC and DOC), particulate...
Corrigendum to "Inter-annual variation of chlorophyll in the northern South China Sea observed at the SEATS Station and its asymmetric responses to climate osci...
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, November 18, 2014
Corrigendum to "Inter-annual variation of chlorophyll in the northern South China Sea observed at the SEATS Station and its asymmetric responses to climate oscillation" published in Biogeosciences, 10, 7449–7462, 2013Biogeosciences, 11, 6263-6264, 2014Author(s): K.-K. Liu, L.-W. Wang, M. Dai, ...
Short-term effects of biogas digestate and cattle slurry application on greenhouse gas emissions affected by N availability from grasslands on drained fen peatl...
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, November 17, 2014
Short-term effects of biogas digestate and cattle slurry application on greenhouse gas emissions affected by N availability from grasslands on drained fen peatlands and associated organic soilsBiogeosciences, 11, 6187-6207, 2014Author(s): T. Eickenscheidt, A. Freibauer, J. Heinichen, J. Augustin, an...
Aggregates reduce transport distance of soil organic carbon: are our balances correct?
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, November 17, 2014
Aggregates reduce transport distance of soil organic carbon: are our balances correct?Biogeosciences, 11, 6209-6219, 2014Author(s): Y. Hu and N. J. KuhnThe effect of soil erosion on global carbon cycling, especially as a source or sink for greenhouse gases, has been the subject of intense debate. Th...
Water-saving ground cover rice production system reduces net greenhouse gas fluxes in an annual rice-based cropping system
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, November 17, 2014
Water-saving ground cover rice production system reduces net greenhouse gas fluxes in an annual rice-based cropping systemBiogeosciences, 11, 6221-6236, 2014Author(s): Z. Yao, Y. Du, Y. Tao, X. Zheng, C. Liu, S. Lin, and K. Butterbach-BahlTo safeguard food security and preserve precious water resour...
Effects of seabird nitrogen input on biomass and carbon accumulation after 50 years of primary succession on a young volcanic island, Surtsey
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, November 17, 2014
Effects of seabird nitrogen input on biomass and carbon accumulation after 50 years of primary succession on a young volcanic island, SurtseyBiogeosciences, 11, 6237-6250, 2014Author(s): N. I. W. Leblans, B. D. Sigurdsson, P. Roefs, R. Thuys, B. Magn?sson, and I. A. JanssensWhat happens during prima...
A downward CO2 flux seems to have nowhere to go
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, November 17, 2014
A downward CO2 flux seems to have nowhere to goBiogeosciences, 11, 6251-6262, 2014Author(s): J. Ma, R. Liu, L.-S. Tang, Z.-D. Lan, and Y. LiRecent studies have suggested that deserts, which are a long-neglected region in global carbon budgeting, have strong downward CO2 fluxes and might be a signifi...
Wind-driven changes in the ocean carbon sink
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, November 13, 2014
Wind-driven changes in the ocean carbon sinkBiogeosciences, 11, 6107-6117, 2014Author(s): N. C. Swart, J. C. Fyfe, O. A. Saenko, and M. EbyWe estimate changes in the historical ocean carbon sink and their uncertainty using an ocean biogeochemical model driven with wind forcing from six different rea...
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