New experiments show how lead circulates through glaciers, meltwater, and sediments in polar environments.
A new special collection invites review papers to mark the 20th anniversary of the Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences with a focus on what we have learned and what is still unknown.
Math can be fun when reconstructing the ocean’s past and forecasting the future with algal geometry.
As wildfires blaze through the Arctic, scientists examine the role of landscape characteristics on wildfire ecosystem responses in northern aquatic ecosystems.
Winter is fading away, but the answers may be beneath the ice; a new collection on winter limnology tackles the unknowns.
Phytoplankton remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere; a new study reveals that marine phytoplankton can also produce greenhouse gases when exposed to ultraviolet radiation.
The outgoing and incoming editors in chief of JGR: Biogeosciences reflect on recent years of growth and expansion in the journal while they ponder and plan for the challenges ahead.