Marine Ecology Progress Series

Papers
(The H4-Index of Marine Ecology Progress Series is 25. 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
Seascape ecology: identifying research priorities for an emerging ocean sustainability science58
Trophic structure of southern marine ecosystems: a comparative isotopic analysis from the Beagle Channel to the oceanic Burdwood Bank area under a wasp-waist assumption48
Poor body condition associated with an unusual mortality event in gray whales45
Variation in the diet of beluga whales in response to changes in prey availability: insights on changes in the Beaufort Sea ecosystem42
Multi-decadal decline in cover of giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera at the southern limit of its Australian range42
Climate alters the migration phenology of coastal marine species39
Carbon sequestration potential increased by incomplete anaerobic decomposition of kelp detritus39
Disclosing the truth: Are models better than observations?38
Highly variable taxa-specific coral bleaching responses to thermal stresses35
Half a century of monitoring macrobenthic animals on tidal flats in the Dutch Wadden Sea34
MPA network design based on graph theory and emergent properties of larval dispersal33
Breeding seabirds increase foraging range in response to an extreme marine heatwave32
Antarctic krill Euphausia superba: spatial distribution, abundance, and management of fisheries in a changing climate31
Ecosystem-level effects of large-scale disturbance in kelp forests31
Littoral habitats as major nursery areas for fish species in estuaries: a reinforcement of the reduced predation paradigm31
Environmental conditions are poor predictors of immature white shark Carcharodon carcharias occurrences on coastal beaches of eastern Australia29
Prevalence of microplastics and anthropogenic debris within a deep-sea food web28
Little evidence that lowering the pH of concrete supports greater biodiversity on tropical and temperate seawalls27
Sensitivity of a shark nursery habitat to a changing climate27
Water masses constrain the distribution of deep-sea sponges in the North Atlantic Ocean and Nordic Seas27
Sulfur isotopes (δ34S) in Arctic marine mammals: indicators of benthic vs. pelagic foraging25
Demersal fish predators of gelatinous zooplankton in the Northeast Pacific Ocean25
Killer whale movements on the Norwegian shelf are associated with herring density25
Regional-scale variability in the movement ecology of marine fishes revealed by an integrative acoustic tracking network25
Rimicaris exoculata: biology and ecology of a shrimp from deep-sea hydrothermal vents associated with ectosymbiotic bacteria25
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