Default: Biogeochemistry

ISSN: 0168-2563

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Biogeochemistry is a journal indexed in SJR in Environmental Chemistry and Water Science and Technology with an H index of 154. It has a price of 2590 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1.555 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 1.555.

Biogeochemistry focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: nitrogen, balance, soil, global, preindustrial, reactive, microbial, emissions, mobility, microbes, ...

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Languages: English

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Aims and Scope

nitrogen, balance, soil, global, preindustrial, reactive, microbial, emissions, mobility, microbes, matterchloroform, mass, lossesplant, italian, greenland, forested, finding, enzyme, agroecosystempublicity, elevated, ecosystems, drive, costs, contributing, community, communication, activity, catchment, budgetsthe, budgetsphysiological, availability, assessment,

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Eutrophication alters Si cycling and litter decomposition in wetlands

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Groundwater discharge from the superficial aquifer into Cockburn Sound Western Australia: estimation by inshore water balance

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Loss of nutrients due to litter raking compared to the effect of acidic deposition in two spruce stands, Czech Republic

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15N as an indicator of N2-fixation by cyanobacterial mats in tropical marshes

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Changes to particulate versus mineral-associated soil carbon after 50 years of litter manipulation in forest and prairie experimental ecosystems

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Emission and oxidation of methane in Equisetum fluviatile stands growing on organic sediment and sand bottoms

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Importance of biological and abiotic factors for geochemical cycling in a freshwater eutrophic lake

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Chronic nitrogen additions suppress decomposition and sequester soil carbon in temperate forests

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Long term effects of whole tree harvesting on soil carbon and nutrient sustainability in the UK

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Evaluations of groundwater discharge rates from subsurface temperature in Cockburn Sound, Western Australia

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Variations in the composition and adsorption behavior of dissolved organic matter at a small, forested watershed

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Identifying calcium sources at an acid deposition-impacted spruce forest: a strontium isotope, alkaline earth element multi-tracer approach

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Multi-scale variability in tropical soil nutrients following land-cover change

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The distribution of phosphorus between soluble and particulate phases for seven Scottish East Coast rivers

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Context-dependent tree species effects on soil nitrogen transformations and related microbial functional genes

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Emerging understanding of the ecosystem silica filter

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Sources, bioavailability, and photoreactivity of dissolved organic carbon in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta

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Forest fires in Canadian permafrost region: the combined effects of fire and permafrost dynamics on soil organic matter quality

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Alkalinity and acidity cycling and fluxes in an intermediate fen peatland in northern Ontario

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Contribution of phytoliths to the suspended load of biogenic silica in the Nyong basin rivers (Cameroon)

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Volatile methanol and acetone additions increase labile soil carbon and inhibit nitrification

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Hydrogeologic Modeling of Submarine Groundwater Discharge: Comparison to Other Quantitative Methods

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