Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences

Papers
(The TQCC of Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences is 28. 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 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Climate Extremes and Compound Hazards in a Warming World343
An Atlas of Phanerozoic Paleogeographic Maps: The Seas Come In and the Seas Go Out220
Plate Tectonics and the Archean Earth197
Global Groundwater Sustainability, Resources, and Systems in the Anthropocene171
Atmospheric CO2 over the Past 66 Million Years from Marine Archives168
Fiber-Optic Seismology112
Moist Heat Stress on a Hotter Earth95
Carbonatites: Classification, Sources, Evolution, and Emplacement72
The Role of Diagenesis in Shaping the Geochemistry of the Marine Carbonate Record71
Subduction-Driven Volatile Recycling: A Global Mass Balance69
Slow Slip Events in New Zealand68
The Geology and Biogeochemistry of Hydrocarbon Seeps65
Splendid Innovation: The Extinct South American Native Ungulates65
Glacier Change and Paleoclimate Applications of Cosmogenic-Nuclide Exposure Dating64
Carbon Fluxes in the Coastal Ocean: Synthesis, Boundary Processes, and Future Trends58
Ecological Response of Plankton to Environmental Change: Thresholds for Extinction56
Mechanisms and Implications of Deep Earthquakes55
Trace Metal Substitution in Marine Phytoplankton51
The State of Stress on the Fault Before, During, and After a Major Earthquake48
The Geodynamic Evolution of Iran47
Jupiter's Interior as Revealed by Juno44
Earth's First Redox Revolution44
Atmospheric Loss to Space and the History of Water on Mars36
Toward an Integrative Geological and Geophysical View of Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquakes36
Reactive Nitrogen Cycling in the Atmosphere and Ocean34
Hydration and Dehydration in Earth's Interior34
Past Warmth and Its Impacts During the Holocene Thermal Maximum in Greenland33
Machine Learning in Earthquake Seismology32
Olivine-Hosted Melt Inclusions: A Microscopic Perspective on a Complex Magmatic World32
Physics of Melt Extraction from the Mantle: Speed and Style30
Continental Crustal Growth Processes Recorded in the Gangdese Batholith, Southern Tibet28
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