Global Change Biology

ISSNs: 1354-1013

Wiley

Scopus rating (2021): CiteScore 17.9 SJR 3.685 SNIP 3.032

Journal

Publications

  1. 2022
  2. Climate change research and action must look beyond 2100

    Lyon, C., Saupe, E. E., Smith, C. J., Hill, D. J., Beckerman, A. P., Stringer, L. C., Marchant, R., McKay, J., Burke, A., O’Higgins, P., Dunhill, A. M., Allen, B. J., Riel-Salvatore, J. & Aze, T., 1 Jan 2022

    Article in Global Change Biology

  3. 2021
  4. Diurnal variability in soil nitrous oxide emissions is a widespread phenomenon

    Wu, Y-F., Jeanette, W., Toet, S., Amy, B., Davies, C. & McNamara, N., 20 Jul 2021

    Article in Global Change Biology

  5. 2020
  6. Increased yield and CO2 sequestration potential with the C4 cereal Sorghum bicolor cultivated in basaltic rock dust-amended agricultural soil

    Kelland, M., Wade, P., Lewis, A., Taylor, L., Sarkar, B., Andrews, MG., Lomas, MR., Cotton, TEA., Kemp, S., James, R., Pearce, C., Hartley, S., Hodson, M. E., Leake, J., Banwart, S. & Beerling, D., 1 Jun 2020

    Article in Global Change Biology

  7. 2019
  8. Introduced plants as novel Anthropocene habitats for insects

    Padovani, R., Salisbury, A., Bostock, H., Roy, D. B. & Thomas, C. D., 16 Dec 2019, (E-pub ahead of print)

    Article in Global Change Biology

  9. Anthropogenic modifications to fire regimes in the wider Serengeti-Mara ecosystem

    Probert, J., Parr, K., Holdo, R. M., Anderson, T., Archibald, S., Courtney-Mustaphi, C. J., Dobson, A., Donaldson, J. E., Hempson, G. P., Hopcraft, G., Morrison, T. A. & Beale, C. M., 1 Oct 2019

    Article in Global Change Biology

  10. 2018
  11. Closing the global ozone yield gap: Quantification and co-benefits for multi-stress tolerance

    Mills, G., Sharps, K., Simpson, D., Pleijel, H., Frei, M., Emberson, L. D., Uddling, J., Broberg, M., Feng, Z., Kobayashi, K. & Agrawal, M., 26 Sep 2018

    Article in Global Change Biology

  12. Vascular plant-mediated controls on atmospheric carbon assimilation and peat carbon decomposition under climate change

    Gavazov, K., Albrecht, R., Buttler, A., Dorrepaal, E., Garnett, M. H., Gogo, S., Hagedorn, F., Mills, R. T. E., Robroek, B. J. M. & Bragazza, L., 1 Sep 2018

    Article in Global Change Biology

  13. Ozone pollution will compromise efforts to increase global wheat production

    Mills, G., Sharps, K., Simpson, D., Pleijel, H., Broberg, M., uddling, Jaramillo, F., Davies, W. J., Dentener, Van den Berg, M., Agrawal, M., Agrawal, S. B., Ainsworth, E. A., Bueker, P., Emberson, L. D., Feng, Z., Harmens, Hayes, Kobayashi, K., Paoletti, E., & 1 othersVan Dingenen, Aug 2018

    Article in Global Change Biology

  14. 2017
  15. A unifying explanation for variation in ozone sensitivity among woody plants

    Feng, Z., Bueker, P., Pleijel, H., Emberson, L. D., Karlsson, P. E. & Uddling, J., 11 Aug 2017, (E-pub ahead of print)

    Article in Global Change Biology

  16. 2016
  17. Land cover change and carbon emissions over 100 years in an African biodiversity hotspot

    Willcock, S., Phillips, O. L., Platts, P. J., Swetnam, R. D., Balmford, A., Burgess, N. D., Ahrends, A., Bayliss, J., Doggart, N., Doody, K., Fanning, E., Green, J. M. H., Hall, J., Howell, K. L., Lovett, J. C., Marchant, R., Marshall, A. R., Mbilinyi, B., Munishi, P. K. T., Owen, N., & 2 othersTopp-Jorgensen, E. J. & Lewis, S. L., 2016

    Article in Global Change Biology

  18. 2015
  19. 2014
  20. 2013
  21. Temperature variation makes ectotherms more sensitive to climate change

    Paaijmans, K. P., Heinig, R. L., Seliga, R. A., Blanford, J. I., Blanford, S., Murdock, C. C. & Thomas, M. B., Aug 2013

    Article in Global Change Biology

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