Christine L. Goodale focuses on Nitrogen cycle, Ecology, Ecosystem, Carbon cycle and Denitrification. Christine L. Goodale combines subjects such as Drainage basin, Ecological succession and Nitrification with her study of Nitrogen cycle. As part of her studies on Ecology, Christine L. Goodale frequently links adjacent subjects like Environmental protection.
The Ecosystem study combines topics in areas such as Human impact on the nitrogen cycle, Fertilizer, Biogeochemical cycle and Nutrient pollution. Christine L. Goodale interconnects Sink, Carbon sink and Oxisol in the investigation of issues within Carbon cycle. Within one scientific family, Christine L. Goodale focuses on topics pertaining to Soil water under Denitrification, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Animal science, Total organic carbon and Dissolved organic carbon.
Christine L. Goodale mostly deals with Ecology, Ecosystem, Soil water, Environmental chemistry and Nitrogen cycle. Christine L. Goodale has researched Ecosystem in several fields, including Deposition, Experimental forest, Climate change, Biogeochemical cycle and Nitrate. Her Biogeochemical cycle study which covers Carbon cycle that intersects with Sink, Carbon sink and Temperate climate.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Dissolved organic carbon, Agronomy and Cycling in addition to Soil water. Her Environmental chemistry course of study focuses on Reactive nitrogen and Environmental protection and Carbon sequestration. Her research investigates the connection between Nitrogen cycle and topics such as Hardwood that intersect with problems in Old-growth forest.
Her main research concerns Soil water, Environmental chemistry, Cycling, Ecosystem and Ecology. Her Soil water research incorporates elements of Agronomy and Geoengineering. Her research on Environmental chemistry also deals with topics like
Her studies deal with areas such as Biogeochemical cycle and Deposition as well as Ecosystem. Ecological succession, Carbon cycle, Biogeochemistry, Soil texture and Nutrient cycle are the primary areas of interest in her Ecology study. Her Temperate forest research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sink and Carbon sink.
Her primary scientific interests are in Climate change, Ecology, Biogeochemistry, Carbon cycle and Ecosystem. Her Climate change study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Tropics, Leaf area index, Vegetation and Precipitation. In her works, she undertakes multidisciplinary study on Ecology and Conceptual model.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Biodiversity, Marine ecosystem, Biogeochemical cycle, Cumulative effects and Nitrogen cycle in addition to Biogeochemistry. Her Carbon cycle research includes themes of Radiative forcing and Aerosol. Her Plant litter and Forest ecology study, which is part of a larger body of work in Ecosystem, is frequently linked to TRACER, bridging the gap between disciplines.
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Recent patterns and mechanisms of carbon exchange by terrestrial ecosystems
D. S. Schimel;J. I. House;K. A. Hibbard;P. Bousquet.
Consistent land- and atmosphere-based U.S. carbon sink estimates.
S. W. Pacala;G. C. Hurtt;D. Baker;P. Peylin.
FOREST CARBON SINKS IN THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE
Christine L. Goodale;Michael J. Apps;Richard A. Birdsey;Christopher B. Field.
Ecological Applications (2002)
Fate of soil‐applied black carbon: downward migration, leaching and soil respiration
Global Change Biology (2010)
Is Nitrogen Deposition Altering the Nitrogen Status of Northeastern Forests
John D. Aber;Christine L. Goodale;Scott V. Ollinger;Marie-Louise Smith.
Anthropogenic nitrogen sources and relationships to riverine nitrogen export in the northeastern U.S.A.
Elizabeth W. Boyer;Christine L. Goodale;Norbert A. Jaworski;Robert W. Howarth.
Increased tree carbon storage in response to nitrogen deposition in the US
Nature Geoscience (2010)
Sources of nitrate in rivers draining sixteen watersheds in the northeastern U.S.: Isotopic constraints
Bernhard Mayer;Elizabeth W. Boyer;Christine Goodale;Norbert A. Jaworski.
Nitrogen Pollution in the Northeastern United States: Sources, Effects, and Management Options
Charles T. Driscoll;David Whitall;John D. Aber;Elizabeth Boyer.
Where did all the nitrogen go? Fate of nitrogen inputs to large watersheds in the northeastern U.S.A.
N. Van Breemen;E.W. Boyer;Christine Goodale;Norbert Jaworski.
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