Journal of Geodynamics

(The TQCC of Journal of Geodynamics is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Petrogenesis and geodynamic implications of an Ediacaran (550 Ma) granite complex (metagranites), southwestern Saqqez, northwest Iran35
The 25 October 2018 Mw = 6.7 Zakynthos earthquake (Ionian Sea, Greece): A low-angle fault model based on GNSS data, relocated seismicity, small tsunami and implications for the seismic hazard in the w24
A critical review on petrogenetic, metallogenic and geodynamic implications of granitic rocks exposed in north and east China: New insights from apatite geochemistry22
A GNSS velocity field for geophysical applications in Fennoscandia21
Tectonically controlled carbonate-seated maar-diatreme volcanoes: The case of the Volsci Volcanic Field, central Italy18
Lithospheric thinning and dynamic uplift effects during slab window formation, southern Patagonia (45˚-55˚ S)17
Coupling fraction and relocking process of the Longmenshan Fault Zone following the 2008 Mw7.9 Wenchuan earthquake16
Late Silurian to Early Devonian volcanics in the East Kunlun orogen, northern Tibetan Plateau: Record of postcollisional magmatism related to the evolution of the Proto-Tethys Ocean16
Initial Pangean rifting north of the West African Craton: Insights from late Permian U-Pb and 40Ar/39Ar dating of alkaline magmatism from the Eastern Anti-Atlas (Morocco)14
Insights into post-orogenic extension and opening of the Palaeo-Tethys Ocean recorded by an Early Devonian core complex in South China14
Lithosphere ionosphere coupling associated with three earthquakes in Pakistan from GPS and GIM TEC14
The 19 July 2019 earthquake in Athens, Greece: A delayed major aftershock of the 1999 Mw = 6.0 event, or the activation of a different structure?14
Analysis of ionospheric TEC anomalies for global earthquakes during 2000-2019 with respect to earthquake magnitude (Mw≥6.0)14
Seismo ionospheric anomalies possibly associated with the 2018 M 8.2 Fiji earthquake detected with GNSS TEC14
Reactivation of the Adıyaman Fault (Turkey) through the Mw 5.7 2007 Sivrice earthquake: An oblique listric normal faulting within the Arabian-Anatolian plate boundary observed by InSAR13
Seismotectonic analysis of the 2021 Damasi-Tyrnavos (Thessaly, Central Greece) earthquake sequence and implications on the stress field rotations12
Kinematic evolution of the West Burma block during and after India-Asia collision revealed by paleomagnetism11
Accounting for spatiotemporal correlations of GNSS coordinate time series to estimate station velocities11
Investigation of ionospheric and atmospheric anomalies associated with three M >6.5 EQs in New Zealand11
Autochthonous origin of the Encruzilhada Block, Dom Feliciano Belt, southern Brazil, based on aerogeophysics, image analysis and PT-paths11
Fault models for the Bodrum–Kos tsunamigenic earthquake (Mw6.6) of 20 July 2017 in the east Aegean Sea11
Sentinel-1 observation of 2019 Mw 5.7 Acipayam earthquake: A blind normal-faulting event in the Acipayam basin, southwestern Turkey11
Gravity data inversion applying a metaheuristic Bat algorithm for various ore and mineral models10
Evaluation of maximum horizontal near-surface stress (SHmax) azimuth and its distribution along Narmada-Son Lineament, India by geogenic Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) technique10
Anatomy and evolution of a migmatite-cored extensional metamorphic dome and interaction with syn-kinematic intrusions, the Mykonos-Delos-Rheneia MCC9
Fault inversion in central Iran: Evidence of post Pliocene intracontinental left lateral kinematics at the northern Iranian Plateau margin9
Geochemistry and mineral chemistry of gabbroic rocks from Horjand of Kerman province, Southeast of Iran: Implications for rifting along the northeastern margin of Gondwana9
Arc tempos of the Gangdese batholith, southern Tibet9
Neoproterozoic amalgamation and Phanerozoic reactivation of Central/Western Hoggar (Southern Algeria, Tuareg Shield) lithosphere imaging using Magnetotelluric data9
The seismogenic source of the 2018 December 26th earthquake (Mt. Etna, Italy): A shear zone in the unstable eastern flank of the volcano9
Devonian to Permian post-orogenic denudation of the Brasília Belt of West Gondwana: insights from apatite fission track thermochronology9
Lithological control on multiple surface ruptures during the 2016–2017 Amatrice-Norcia seismic sequence8
Geological record of the transition from induced to self-sustained subduction in the Oman Mountains8
Eruption cycles of Mount Etna triggered by seasonal climatic rainfall7
Mechanism of the Mesozoic African rift system: Paleostress field modeling7
A study of the solid earth tides, ocean and atmospheric loadings using an 8-year record (2010–2018) from superconducting gravimeter OSG-060 at Djougou (Benin, West Africa)7
Detrital record of the late Oligocene – early Miocene mafic volcanic arc in the southern Patagonian Andes (∼51°S) from single-clast geochronology and trace element geochemistry6
Identification of lateral inhomogeneity of arc basement by reconstructing the Late Devonian arc belt in the southwestern Central Asian Orogenic Belt6
Geodetic fault slip rates on active faults in the Baza sub-Basin (SE Spain): Insights for seismic hazard assessment6
The 2021 Mw7.4 Maduo earthquake: Coseismic slip model, triggering effect of historical earthquakes and implications for adjacent fault rupture potential6
Investigation of earthquake thermal precursors in active tectonic regions of the world6
Fault slip distribution of the 2015 Mw7.8 Gorkha (Nepal) earthquake estimated from InSAR and GPS measurements6
The magmatic evolution of the Neotethyan rift: Geochronologic, isotopic, and geochemical evidence from A-type felsic magmatism, NW Iran6
The tectono-stratigraphic and magmatic evolution of conjugate rifted margins: Insights from the NW South China Sea6
An integrated critical approach to off-fault strike-slip motion triggered by the 2011 Van mainshock (Mw 7.1), Eastern Anatolia (Turkey): New stress field constraints on subcrustal deformation6