Highly Cited Papers On Global Climate Change Published Since 1993

(Ranked by total citations through 1995) Rank PaperCitations Through 1995 Citations Through Sept. 1996 1 J.M. Melillo et al., "Global climate change and terrestrial net primary production," Nature, 363:234-40, 1993 [Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass.; University of New Hampshire, Durham] 61 99 2 D. Skole, C. Tucker, "Tropical deforestation and habitat fragmentation in the Amazon: Satellite data from 1978 to 1988," Science, 260:1905-10, 1993 [University of New Hampshire, Durham;

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Nov 24, 1996

(Ranked by total citations through 1995)
Rank PaperCitations Through 1995 Citations Through Sept. 1996
1 J.M. Melillo et al., "Global climate change and terrestrial net primary production," Nature, 363:234-40, 1993 [Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass.; University of New Hampshire, Durham] 61 99
2 D. Skole, C. Tucker, "Tropical deforestation and habitat fragmentation in the Amazon: Satellite data from 1978 to 1988," Science, 260:1905-10, 1993 [University of New Hampshire, Durham; National Aeronautics and Space Administration Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md.] 59 87
3 H. Poorter, "Interspecific variation in the growth response of plants to an elevated ambient CO2 concentration," Vegetation, 104 /105:77-97, 1993 [University of Groningen, Netherlands] 49 78
4 R.K. Dixon et al., "Carbon pools and flux of global forest ecosystems," Science, 263:185-90, 1994 [Environmental Protection Agency, Corvallis, Ore.; University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Woods Hole Research Center, Woods Hole,...