Tag: Global Change Biology

In Print – Andrew Burton

The Faculty of 1000 (F1000) has selected a paper by Associate Professor Andrew Burton to include in its library of the top two percent of articles in biology and medicine.

The article, Chronic N Deposition Alters Root Respiration-Tissue N Relationship in Northern Hardwood Forests, appeared in the journal Global Change Biology, 2012. F1000 selects the most important articles in biology and medical research publications for its database. Articles are chosen by a peer-nominated group of the world’s leading scientists and clinicians, who then rate them and explain their importance.

Burton receives Top-25 citation recognition

Associate Professor Andrew Burton recently received notification from publishers of Global Change Biology (GCB) that of  all the 724 articles the journal has published since January 2008, his paper is one of the 25 most-cited since publication according to Web of Science®, placing it among  the top 3% of articles.

Journal Citation Reports® ranks GCB as the top journal in Biodiversity and Conservation,  while ISI ScienceWatch  ranked GCB 3rd in the list of most-cited journals in Climate Change Research, 1999-2009 (First and second places were Nature and Science respectively).

Andrew co-authored the paper, Simulated chronic nitrogen deposition increases carbon storage in northern temperate forests, Global Change Biology  14:142-153.