Journal of Quaternary Science

(The H4-Index of Journal of Quaternary Science is 16. 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 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
The Anthropocene as an Event, not an Epoch57
The proposed Anthropocene Epoch/Series is underpinned by an extensive array of mid‐20th century stratigraphic event signals28
Pattern, style and timing of British–Irish Ice Sheet advance and retreat over the last 45 000 years: evidence from NW Scotland and the adjacent continental shelf23
Summer precipitation for the England and Wales region, 1201–2000 ce, from stable oxygen isotopes in oak tree rings23
Late Quaternary vegetation and climate dynamics in central‐eastern Brazil: insights from a ~35k cal a bp peat record in the Cerrado biome23
Retreat dynamics of the eastern sector of the British–Irish Ice Sheet during the last glaciation23
Palaeolithic archaeology of the Bytham River: human occupation of Britain during the early Middle Pleistocene and its European context23
The new 14C chronology for the Palaeolithic site of La Ferrassie, France: the disappearance of Neanderthals and the arrival of Homo sapiens in France21
Timing, pace and controls on ice sheet retreat: an introduction to the BRITICE‐CHRONO transect reconstructions of the British–Irish Ice Sheet20
The evolution of the terrestrial‐terminating Irish Sea glacier during the last glaciation20
New insights into Southern Caucasian glacial–interglacial climate conditions inferred from Quaternary gastropod fauna19
First record of the Eurasian jaguar in southern Asia and a review of dental differences between pantherine cats18
Hydrological changes during the Roman Climatic Optimum in northern Tuscany (Central Italy) as evidenced by speleothem records and archaeological data17
Consistent long‐term Holocene warming trend at different elevations in the Altai Mountains in arid central Asia17
Maximum extent and readvance dynamics of the Irish Sea Ice Stream and Irish Sea Glacier since the Last Glacial Maximum16
A 180 ka record of environmental change at Erdut (Croatia): a new chronology for the loess–palaeosol sequence and its implications for environmental interpretation16