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Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems is a peer-reviewed journal addressing all aspects of carbon and nutrient cycling within soil-crop-animal systems.

  • Extends coverage to ecological, agronomic, environmental, and economic effects of nutrient cycling.
  • Range of topics include agronomic, agroforestry, livestock, pasture, organic agriculture, bioenergy, and fallow systems.
  • Encompasses system inputs from and losses to the anthroposphere, atmosphere and hydrosphere.
  • High author satisfaction with 100% of surveyed authors indicating willingness to publish again.

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  • Florian Wichern,
  • Else Bünemann-König,
  • Marta Camps-Arbestain
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3.1 (2022)
5 year impact factor
3.7 (2022)
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325,912 (2023)

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  • Enhanced Rock Weathering in Agroecosystems

    This special issue welcomes review and research papers, including modelling studies and short communications, concerning recent advances on enhanced rock weathering (ERW) as a land-based CO2 removal method in agroecosystems.

    Submissions close: 30 November 2024

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