sobota, 8 września 2012

Biogeosciences - 9 (3), 2012


The imprint of surface fluxes and transport on variations in total column carbon dioxide
G. Keppel-Aleks, P. O. Wennberg, R. A. Washenfelder, D. Wunch, T. Schneider, G. C. Toon, R. J. Andres, J.-F. Blavier, B. Connor, K. J. Davis, A. R. Desai, J. Messerschmidt, J. Notholt, C. M. Roehl, V. Sherlock, B. B. Stephens, S. A. Vay, and S. C. Wofsy

Revisiting four scientific debates in ocean acidification research
A. J. Andersson and F. T. Mackenzie

A model study of the seasonal and long–term North Atlantic surface pCO2 variability
J. F. Tjiputra, A. Olsen, K. Assmann, B. Pfeil, and C. Heinze

Tracing the transport of colored dissolved organic matter in water masses of the Southern Beaufort Sea: relationship with hydrographic characteristics
A. Matsuoka, A. Bricaud, R. Benner, J. Para, R. Sempéré, L. Prieur, S. Bélanger, and M. Babin

Silicate weathering and CO2 consumption within agricultural landscapes, the Ohio-Tennessee River Basin, USA
S. K. Fortner, W. B. Lyons, A. E. Carey, M. J. Shipitalo, S. A. Welch, and K. A. Welch

Sea-to-air and diapycnal nitrous oxide fluxes in the eastern tropical North Atlantic Ocean
A. Kock, J. Schafstall, M. Dengler, P. Brandt, and H. W. Bange

Process based model sheds light on climate sensitivity of Mediterranean tree-ring width
R. Touchan, V. V. Shishov, D. M. Meko, I. Nouiri, and A. Grachev

Insignificant enhancement of export flux in the highly productive subtropical front, east of New Zealand: a high resolution study of particle export fluxes based on 234Th: 238U disequilibria
K. Zhou, S. D. Nodder, M. Dai, and J. A. Hall

Macrobenthic assemblage structure and organismal stoichiometry control faunal processing of particulate organic carbon and nitrogen in oxygen minimum zone sediments
W. R. Hunter, L. A. Levin, H. Kitazato, and U. Witte

How do variations in the temporal distribution of rainfall events affect ecosystem fluxes in seasonally water-limited Northern Hemisphere shrublands and forests?
I. Ross, L. Misson, S. Rambal, A. Arneth, R. L. Scott, A. Carrara, A. Cescatti, and L. Genesio

A universal carbonate ion effect on stable oxygen isotope ratios in unicellular planktonic calcifying organisms
P. Ziveri, S. Thoms, I. Probert, M. Geisen, and G. Langer

Integrative analysis of Geobacter spp. and sulfate-reducing bacteria during uranium bioremediation
M. Barlett, K. Zhuang, R. Mahadevan, and D. Lovley

Environmental control on the variability of DMS and DMSP in the Mauritanian upwelling region
C. Zindler, I. Peeken, C. A. Marandino, and H. W. Bange

Subsidence and carbon loss in drained tropical peatlands
A. Hooijer, S. Page, J. Jauhiainen, W. A. Lee, X. X. Lu, A. Idris, and G. Anshari

Low temporal variation in the intact polar lipid composition of North Sea coastal marine water reveals limited chemotaxonomic value
J. Brandsma, E. C. Hopmans, C. J. M. Philippart, M. J. W. Veldhuis, S. Schouten, and J. S. Sinninghe Damsté

Budget of N2O emissions at the watershed scale: role of land cover and topography (the Orgeval basin, France)
G. Vilain, J. Garnier, P. Passy, M. Silvestre, and G. Billen

Erosion, deposition and replacement of soil organic carbon in Mediterranean catchments: a geomorphological, isotopic and land use change approach
E. Nadeu, A. A. Berhe, J. de Vente, and C. Boix-Fayos

The variability of radiative balance elements and air temperature over the Asian region of Russia
E. V. Kharyutkina, I. I. Ippolitov, and S. V. Loginov

Biogeography in the air: fungal diversity over land and oceans
J. Fröhlich-Nowoisky, S. M. Burrows, Z. Xie, G. Engling, P. A. Solomon, M. P. Fraser, O. L. Mayol-Bracero, P. Artaxo, D. Begerow, R. Conrad, M. O. Andreae, V. R. Després, and U. Pöschl

Factors influencing the stable carbon isotopic composition of suspended and sinking organic matter in the coastal Antarctic sea ice environment
S. F. Henley, A. L. Annett, R. S. Ganeshram, D. S. Carson, K. Weston, X. Crosta, A. Tait, J. Dougans, A. E. Fallick, and A. Clarke

Understanding why the volume of suboxic waters does not increase over centuries of global warming in an Earth System Model
A. Gnanadesikan, J. P. Dunne, and J. John

The moisture response of soil heterotrophic respiration: interaction with soil properties
F. E. Moyano, N. Vasilyeva, L. Bouckaert, F. Cook, J. Craine, J. Curiel Yuste, A. Don, D. Epron, P. Formanek, A. Franzluebbers, U. Ilstedt, T. Kätterer, V. Orchard, M. Reichstein, A. Rey, L. Ruamps, J.-A. Subke, I. K. Thomsen, and C. Chenu

Coupled CO2 and O2-driven compromises to marine life in summer along the Chilean sector of the Humboldt Current System
E. Mayol, S. Ruiz-Halpern, C. M. Duarte, J. C. Castilla, and J. L. Pelegrí

High nitrate to phosphorus regime attenuates negative effects of rising pCO2 on total population carbon accumulation
B. Matthiessen, S. L. Eggers, and S. A. Krug

Critical loads of nitrogen deposition and critical levels of atmospheric ammonia for semi-natural Mediterranean evergreen woodlands
P. Pinho, M. R. Theobald, T. Dias, Y. S. Tang, C. Cruz, M. A. Martins-Louçao, C. Máguas, M. Sutton, and C. Branquinho

Carbon dynamics in the western Arctic Ocean: insights from full-depth carbon isotope profiles of DIC, DOC, and POC
D. R. Griffith, A. P. McNichol, L. Xu, F. A. McLaughlin, R. W. Macdonald, K. A. Brown, and T. I. Eglinton

Organohalogen emissions from saline environments – spatial extrapolation using remote sensing as most promising tool
K. Kotte, F. Löw, S. G. Huber, T. Krause, I. Mulder, and H. F. Schöler

Intra- versus inter-site macroscale variation in biogeochemical properties along a paddy soil chronosequence
C. Mueller-Niggemann, A. Bannert, M. Schloter, E. Lehndorff, and L. Schwark

210Pb-226Ra chronology reveals rapid growth rate of Madrepora oculata and Lophelia pertusa on world's largest cold-water coral reef
P. Sabatier, J.-L. Reyss, J. M. Hall-Spencer, C. Colin, N. Frank, N. Tisnérat-Laborde, L. Bordier, and E. Douville


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