Date: November 28, 1994

Back to:Oceanic Plants Are At The Root Of Ecology's Most-Cited Studies

What's Hot In Ecology And Environmental Sciences
Rank (Through 1992)PaperCitations thru 1992Citations - 1/93-9/94
1O. Holm-Hansen, B.G. Mitchell, "Spatial temporal distribution of phytoplankton and primary production in the western Bransfield Strait region," Deep-Sea Research, 38:961-80, 1991.2616
2 T.-H. Peng, W.S. Broecker, "Dynamic limitations on the Antarctic iron fertilization strategy," Nature, 349:227-9, 1991.219
3P.A. Wheeler, S.A. Kokkinakis, "Ammonium recycling limits nitrate use in the oceanic subarctic Pacific," Limnology and Oceanography, 35:1267-78, 1990. 2119
4 R.B. Thomas, B.R. Strain, "Root restriction as a factor in photosynthetic acclimation of cotton seedlings grown in elevated carbon dioxide," Plant Physiology, 96:627-34, 1991. 2045
5S.R. Hutchins, G.W. Sewell, D.A. Kovacs, G.A. Smith, "Biodegradation of aromatic hydrocarbons by aquifer microorganisms under denitrifying conditions," Environmental Science...

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