Ecosystems

ISSN: 1432-9840

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Ecosystems is a journal indexed in SJR in Ecology and Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics with an H index of 148. It has a price of 2480 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,643 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,643.

Ecosystems focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: carbon, spatial, mesic, plant, effects, tropical, forest, microbial, nitrogen, nevada, ...

Type: Journal

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Languages: English

Open Access Policy: Open Choice

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Publication frecuency: -

Metrics

Ecosystems

1,643

SJR Impact factor

148

H Index

170

Total Docs (Last Year)

357

Total Docs (3 years)

11989

Total Refs

1471

Total Cites (3 years)

356

Citable Docs (3 years)

3,78

Cites/Doc (2 years)

70,52

Ref/Doc

Aims and Scope


carbon, spatial, mesic, plant, effects, tropical, forest, microbial, nitrogen, nevada, food, pelagic, detrital, accrualcontrols, emissions, encroachment, contribute, consumers, addition, biomeswholecatchment, california, cascade, cellulose, centuryold, chitin, chronosequenceunexpected, coastal, complexity,



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Interactions Across Spatial Scales among Forest Dieback, Fire, and Erosion in Northern New Mexico Landscapes

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Relating Climatic Dynamics in Time and Space to Ecological Responses, with Application to Australian Waterbirds

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Spatial Variation in Denitrification and N2O Emission in Relation to Nitrate Removal Efficiency in a N-stressed Riparian Buffer Zone

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A Theoretical Model of Pattern Formation in Coral Reefs

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Factors and Processes Shaping Land Cover and Land Cover Changes Along the Wisconsin River

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What Drives Ontogenetic Niche Shifts of Fishes in Coral Reef Ecosystems?

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Elevated Atmospheric CO2 Increases Root Exudation of Carbon in Wetlands: Results from the First Free-Air CO2 Enrichment Facility (FACE) in a Marshland

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Seasonal Patterns of Root Production with Water and Nitrogen Additions Across Three Dryland Ecosystems

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Direct and Indirect Drivers of Moss Community Structure, Function, and Associated Microfauna Across a Successional Gradient

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Canopy Carbon Gain and Water Use: Analysis of Old-growth Conifers in the Pacific Northwest

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Effects of Fathead Minnow Colonization and Removal on a Prairie Wetland Ecosystem

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Afforestation of Tropical Pasture Only Marginally Affects Ecosystem-Scale Evapotranspiration

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Drivers of Sediment Accumulation and Nutrient Burial in Coastal Stormwater Detention Ponds, South Carolina, USA

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The Carbon Balance of an Old-growth Forest: Building Across Approaches

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Mass-Balance Analyses of Boreal Forest Population Cycles: Merging Demographic and Ecosystem Approaches

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Relationship of Salt Marsh Vegetation Zonation to Spatial Patterns in Soil Moisture, Salinity, and Topography

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The Wilderness Act and Fish Stocking: An Overview of Legislation, Judicial Interpretation, and Agency Implementation

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Functional Group Change within and across Scales following Invasions and Extinctions in the Everglades Ecosystem

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A Robust Technique for Mapping Vegetation Condition Across a Major River System

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Hydrologic Pathways during Snowmelt in First-order Stream Basins at the Turkey Lakes Watershed

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Nature?Society Dynamics, Policy Narratives, and Ecosystem Management: Integrating Perspectives On Upland Change and Complexity in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia

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Social Vulnerability of Marine Resource Users to Extreme Weather Events

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Soil Organic Carbon is Increased in Mixed-Species Plantations of Eucalyptus and Nitrogen-Fixing Acacia

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