Lithology and Mineral Resources

Papers
(The TQCC of Lithology and Mineral Resources is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Sedimentological, Geochemical and Hydrogeochemical Studies of Alluvial Fans for Mineral and Environmental Purposes (Case Study of Southwestern Iran)9
Volcanic Tuffs and Tuffites in Jurassic–Cretaceous (Volgian–Ryazanian) Boundary Rocks of Western Siberia9
Mud Volcanic Fluids of the Kerch–Taman Region: Geochemical Reconstructions and Regional Trends. Communication 1: Geochemical Features and Genesis of Mud-Volcanic Waters7
Mineral Composition and Geochemical Zoning of Bottom Sediments in the Pobeda Hydrothermal Cluster (17°07.45′ N–17°08.7′ N Mid-Atlantic Ridge)7
Sedimentary Rocks in the Basement of the Alpha–Mendeleev Rise, Arctic Ocean6
Isotopic Composition (δ13C and δ18O) and Genesis of Mn-bearing Sediments in the Ushkatyn-III Deposit, Central Kazakhstan6
C, O, and Sr Isotope Geochemistry of the Vendian Shuram–Wonoka Anomaly and Associated Metasedimentary Rocks in the Inner Part of the Patom Upland (Central Siberia)5
Unique Rhenium Deposit in the Carboniferous Coal-bearing Sands of the Russian Plate: Communication 2. Ore Mineralogy5
Formation of Abnormal Gas-Geochemical Fields of Methane, Helium, and Hydrogen in Northern Vietnam, Its Coastal and Adjacent Water Areas4
Results of the U/Pb Dating of Detrital Zircons from Upper Cretaceous Deposits in the Novaya Sibir Island (New Siberian Islands, Anjou Island Group)4
Categories of Catchment Areas-Sources of Fine-Grained Aluminosiliciclastics for Vendian Sedimentary Successions in the Northern and Eastern Parts of the East European Platform4
Barium Geochemical Cycle in the Ocean4
Methane with Abnormally High δ13C and δD Values from the Coastal Hot Springs in Lake Baikal3
Geochemical Proxies of Endo- and Exospheric Processes in Sedimentary Sequences and the Upper Precambrian Section in the South Urals3
Facies Structure and Quantitative Parameters of Pleistocene Sedimentation on the Deep-Sea Floor of the Southern Pacific Ocean and in the Scotia Sea3
C and O Isotope Composition of the Neoproterozoic Pre-, Syn-, and Postglacial Carbonates: Evidence from the Longdor Uplift and Western Slope of the Aldan Shield, Southern Siberian Platform3
Early Precambrian Metaaleuropelites: REE–Th Systematics as a Key to Reconstruction of Sources for Their Fine-Grained Aluminosiliciclastics3
Berthierine-Rich Bauxites in the Kursk Magnetic Anomaly (KMA)3
A Long-Lived Center of Gas–Fluid Emanations on the Western Slope of the Kuril Basin (Sea of Okhotsk)3
Lithological Composition and Hydrocarbon Anomalies of Bottom Sediments in the Western Part of the East Siberian Sea2
Determination of Key Beds from the Cap Rocks of Oil Reservoirs Using a Novel Method, Case Study: The Gachsaran Formation, Southwest Iran2
The Application of Various Mineral Prospectivity Modeling in the Exploration of Orogenic Gold Deposit in Saqez-Sardasht Region, Northwest Iran2
Mineral Composition and Morphological Features of Kaolinite in Ceramic Clays of the Shulepovo Deposit (Ryazan Region, Central European Russia)2
Chemical Weathering Indexes: Implication for Paleoclimatic Reconstructions, with the Vendian–Lower Cambrian Section of Podolian Transnistria as Example2
Geological Conditions of the Formation and Dissociation of Gas Hydrates in the Sea of Okhotsk: Tectonic and Genetic Aspects2
New Data on Geochronology of the Upper Quaternary Loess–Soil Series in the Terek–Kuma Lowland2
The С–О–Sr–S Isotope Geochemistry and Chemostratigraphic Correlation of Ordovician Deposits in the Vilyui Structural-Facies Zone, Siberian Platform2
Specific Features of the Genesis of Manganese Carbonates in the Porozhinsk Deposit (Yenisei Ridge, Krasnoyarsk Region)2
Structure and Composition of the Holocene–Pleistocene Sediments in the Northern Barents Sea2
Lower Permian Carbonate Buildups in the Northern Timan–Pechora Basin as the Main Hydrocarbon Exploration Object2
Carbonate Sedimentology of the Upper Riphean (Neoproterozoic) Uk Formation, Southern Urals2
Geochemistry of Upper Vendian and Lower Cambrian Clay Rocks in the Moscow Syneclise: Some Traditional and Modern Approaches2
Mud Volcanic Fluids of the Kerch–Taman Region: Geochemical Reconstructions and Regional Trends: Communication 2. Genesis of Mud Volcanic Gases and Regional Geochemical Trends2
Volcanic Tuffs, Red- and Usual-Colored Clayey Rocks in Upper Riphean–Vendian Deposits in the Middle and Southern Urals: Comparison of Lithochemical Characteristics2
Peculiarities of Clay Mineral Formation in Sediments from the Hydrothermal System Center, Hole 858B, Juan de Fuca Ridge2
Mineral Phases of Zinc in Ore-Bearing Sediments of the Pobeda Hydrothermal Cluster (17°07.45′–17°08.7′ N MAR)2
Facies Control of the Reservoir Distribution in Lower Devonian Deposits at the Eastern Edge of the Khoreiver Depression (Timan–Pechora Petroliferous Basin)2
New Data on the Age of the Ozernoe Polymetallic Deposit (Western Transbaikalia)2
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