Journal of Plankton Research

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Plankton Research is 4. 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
Global patterns in copepod thermal tolerance27
Transcriptomics and metatranscriptomics in zooplankton: wave of the future?21
Annual phytoplankton succession results from niche-environment interaction21
Influence of global environmental Change on plankton20
Phytoplankton photosynthesis: an unexplored source of biogenic methane emission from oxic environments20
Effect of eutrophication on the functional diversity of zooplankton in shallow ponds in Northeast Brazil18
Predicting the effects of climate change on freshwater cyanobacterial blooms requires consideration of the complete cyanobacterial life cycle17
Environmental factors affecting chytrid (Chytridiomycota) infection rates on Planktothrix agardhii16
Mixoplankton and mixotrophy: future research priorities15
Plankton community response to fronts: winners and losers15
Seasonal variability in non-consumptive mortality of Arctic zooplankton15
Spatial patterns in planktonic cnidarian distribution in the western boundary current system of the tropical South Atlantic Ocean15
Single-cell metabarcoding reveals biotic interactions of the Arctic calcifier Neogloboquadrina pachyderma with the eukaryotic pelagic community15
Key drivers structuring rotifer communities in ponds: insights into an agricultural landscape14
Phytoplankton community composition and biomass in the oligotrophic Gulf of Mexico14
Ecophysiological traits of mixotrophic Strombidium spp13
Distinct oxygen environments shape picoeukaryote assemblages thriving oxygen minimum zone waters off central Chile13
Sinking carbon, nitrogen, and pigment flux within and beneath the euphotic zone in the oligotrophic, open-ocean Gulf of Mexico12
The ongoing need for rates: can physiology and omics come together to co-design the measurements needed to understand complex ocean biogeochemistry?12
Temperature-dependent egg production and egg hatching rates of small egg-carrying and broadcast-spawning copepods Oithona similis, Microsetella norvegica and Microcalanus pusillus12
Allometry and the calculation of zooplankton metabolism in the subarctic Northeast Pacific Ocean11
Interactions between a planktivorous fish and planktonic microcrustaceans mediated by the biomass of aquatic macrophytes11
Taxon-specific phytoplankton growth, nutrient utilization and light limitation in the oligotrophic Gulf of Mexico11
Mesozooplankton biomass, grazing and trophic structure in the bluefin tuna spawning area of the oceanic Gulf of Mexico11
Hydrozoans, scyphozoans, larvaceans and ctenophores observed in situ at hadal depths11
Species composition of three size fractions of zooplankton used in routine monitoring of the Barents Sea ecosystem11
Cephalopod paralarval species richness, abundance and size structure during the 2014–2017 anomalous warm period in the southern Gulf of California11
Active prey selection in developing larvae of Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) in spawning grounds of the Gulf of Mexico10
Similarities between the biochemical composition of jellyfish body and mucus10
Allometry of carbon and nitrogen content and growth rate in a diverse range of coccolithophores10
Taxonomic and functional differences between winter and summer crustacean zooplankton communities in lakes across a trophic gradient10
Krill diel vertical migration in Southern Patagonia9
The colorful world of cryptophyte phycobiliproteins9
Microbial food web dynamics in the oceanic Gulf of Mexico9
Reduction in thermal stress of marine copepods after physiological acclimation9
Rare but persistent asexual reproduction explains the success of planktonic foraminifera in polar oceans9
Exploring evolution of maximum growth rates in plankton9
Long-term changes of ichthyoplankton communities in an Iberian estuary are driven by varying hydrodynamic conditions9
Constraining the sources of nitrogen fueling export production in the Gulf of Mexico using nitrogen isotope budgets8
Predator-induced allometric changes in the tail spine length ofDaphnia: a distinct resource allocation strategy8
Bluefin Larvae in Oligotrophic Ocean Foodwebs, investigations of nutrients to zooplankton: overview of the BLOOFINZ-Gulf of Mexico program8
Predation assessment of the invasive ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi in a French Mediterranean lagoon8
Use of optical imaging datasets to assess biogeochemical contributions of the mesozooplankton8
Seasonal dynamics and life histories of three sympatric species of Pseudocalanus in two Svalbard fjords7
River discharge-related nutrient effects on North Sea coastal and offshore phytoplankton communities7
Isotopic evidence for size-based dietary shifts in the jellyfish Cyanea nozakii in the northern East China Sea7
Drivers of microplankton community assemblage following tropical cyclones7
Protoplasmic streaming of chloroplasts enables rapid photoacclimation in large diatoms7
Egg production and hatching patterns of Acartia erythraea (Copepoda, Calanoida), with a note on its two egg types, in a eutrophic bay in Korea7
Spatial shifts in size structure, phylogenetic diversity, community composition and abundance of small eukaryotic plankton in a coastal upwelling area of the northern South China Sea7
Contribution of zooplankton nutrient recycling and effects on phytoplankton size structure in a hypereutrophic reservoir6
Increasing temperature and prey availability affect the growth and swimming kinematics of Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) larvae6
Influence of restoration age on egg bank richness and composition: an ex situ experiment6
Near-reef zooplankton differs across depths in a subtropical seascape6
Relationships of pelagic ciliates with the microbial food web components at a coastal station in the oligotrophic Eastern Mediterranean Sea: temporal and vertical variability6
Trade-offs between risks of predation and starvation in larvae make the shelf break an optimal spawning location for Atlantic bluefin tuna6
Changes in phytoplankton community structure over a century in relation to environmental factors6
Opportunistic vs selective feeding strategies of zooplankton under changing environmental conditions5
Food quality impacts on reproductive traits, development and fatty acid composition of the freshwater calanoid copepod Eudiaptomus sp.5
Spatiotemporal genetic structure in theDaphnia pulexcomplex from Sierra Nevada lakes (Spain): reproductive mode and first record of North AmericanD.cf.pulexin European alpine lake5
Elevated temperature results in higher compositional variability of pioneer phytoplankton communities in a mesocosm system5
Zooplankton size spectra and production assessed by two different nets in the subarctic Northeast Pacific5
Nitrogen sources (NO3− vs N2 fixation) inferred from bulk δ15N values of zooplankton from the deep water region of the Gulf of Mexico5
Phytoplankton phagotrophy across nutrients and light gradients using different measurement techniques5
In situ automated imaging, using the Plankton Imager, captures temporal variations in mesozooplankton using the Celtic Sea as a case study5
Plankton food webs in the oligotrophic Gulf of Mexico spawning grounds of Atlantic bluefin tuna5
Contribution of the deep chlorophyll maximum to primary production, phytoplankton assemblages and diversity in a small stratified lake5
Autumn blooms and seasonality of the dinoflagellate Unruhdinium penardii in the Han River (Korea) as tracked by morphological and molecular techniques5
The effect of phytoplankton properties on the ingestion of marine snow by Calanus pacificus5
Spatial variation and transport of abundant copepod taxa in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence in autumn5
Container volume may affect growth rates of ciliates and clearance rates of their microcrustacean predators in microcosm experiments5
Tropical cyclones: what are their impacts on phytoplankton ecology?5
The rôles of plankton and neuston microbial organic matter in climate regulation4
Phytoplankton and particle size spectra indicate intense mixotrophic dinoflagellates grazing from summer to winter4
Vertical changes in abundance, biomass and community structure of pelagic polychaetes down to 1000 m depths at Station K2 in the western subarctic Pacific Ocean covering the four seasons and day–night4
A 3-year study of the seasonal variability of abundance, biomass and reproductive traits of Oncaea venusta (Copepoda, Oncaeidae) in a subtropical coastal area4
Data-driven dynamics of phytoplankton blooms in a reaction–diffusion NPZ model4
Plankton digital twins—a new research tool4
Zooplankton assemblage and body size responses to severe lake eutrophication from agricultural activities near mink farms in Nova Scotia, Canada4
Mucilage protects the planktonic desmid Staurodesmus sp. against parasite attack by a chytrid fungus4
Scyphozoan jellyfish (Cnidaria, Medusozoa) from Amazon coast: distribution, temporal variation and length–weight relationship4
Large differences in bacterial community composition of nearby shallow lakes surrounded by Nothofagus pumilio forest in Patagonia (Argentina)4
Zooplankton community size structure across lakes within a semi-arid landscape: the effect of temperature and salinity4
Phytoplankton RNA/DNA and 18S rRNA/rDNA ratios in a coastal marine ecosystem4
A matter of time and proportion: the availability of phosphorus-rich phytoplankton influences growth and behavior of copepod nauplii4
Determinants of phytoplankton size structure in warm, shallow lakes4
Changes in astaxanthin and fatty acid concentrations during the developmental process in the calanoidArctodiaptomus walterianusin an alpine lake at low latitudes4
Three-dimensional distribution of larval fish habitats at the entrance of the Gulf of California in the tropical-subtropical convergence region off Mexico (April 2012)4
Global observing for phytoplankton? A perspective4
Potential of arsenic bioremediation by a cyanobacterium isolated from the Salado River in the Atacama Desert4
Phytoplankton nutritional quality is altered by shifting Si:N ratios and selective grazing4
Feeding in mixoplankton enhances phototrophy increasing bloom-induced pH changes with ocean acidification4
Multi-decadal (1972–2019) Mnemiopsis leidyi (Ctenophora) abundance patterns in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, USA4
Does increased springtime solar radiation also increase primary production?4
Temperature, phosphorus and species composition will all influence phytoplankton production and content of polyunsaturated fatty acids4
Influence of food quality on larval growth of Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) in the Gulf of Mexico4
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