Geo-Marine Letters

(The TQCC of Geo-Marine Letters 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.)
Oceanic sediment accumulation rates predicted via machine learning algorithm: towards sediment characterization on a global scale33
Terraces, reefs, and valleys along the Brazil northeast outer shelf: deglacial sea-level archives?22
Crustal structure and Moho topography of the southern part (18° S–25° S) of Central Indian Ridge using high-resolution EIGEN6C4 global gravity model data21
Bathymetry of the South African continental shelf15
Field observation of the wave-induced pore pressure response in a silty soil seabed15
Constraints of salinity- and sediment-induced stratification on the turbidity maximum in a tidal estuary12
The influence of inhomogeneous hydrate formation on permeability anisotropy of porous media12
Latest Miocene restriction of the Mediterranean Outflow Water: a perspective from the Gulf of Cádiz10
Seismic stratigraphy of a partially filled incised valley on a semi-arid continental shelf, Northeast Brazil9
Crustal variability along the rifted/sheared East African margin: a review9
Controls on the evolution of submarine canyons in steep continental slopes: geomorphological insights from Palar Basin, southeastern margin of India8
Accumulation and distribution of heavy metals in surface sediments from the continental shelf adjacent to Abu Qir Bay, Egypt, as a function of grain size8
The morphodynamics of transverse dunes on the coast of South Africa7
Raman-XPS spectroscopic investigation of heavy mineral sands along Indian coast7
Characteristics of rare earth elements in the surface sediments of Southwest Indian Ridge: implication of grain size for the identification of hydrothermal activity6
Bedform evolution and dynamics of a geostrophic current-swept shelf, northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa6
Active deformation of Sagami Bay triggered by approach of the Izu island arc6
Environmental implications of the distribution and physical characteristics of surface sediments in the northern Persian Gulf6
Bulk, isotopic, petrographic organic matter and mineral distribution as proxies of environmental process in Guanabara Bay, SE, Brazil6
Improved feature extraction in seismic data: multi-attribute study from principal component analysis5
Geomorphology of a tropical river delta under pressure: the Rufiji delta, Tanzania—context, channel connectivity and alongshore morpho-sedimentary and hydrodynamic variability5
Wave-driven sediment mobility on the Eastern Brazilian shelf under different weather systems5
Floods, sedimentation and tidal exchanges in the Keurbooms Estuary, South Africa5
Salinity effects on cultured Neogloboquadrina pachyderma (sinistral) from high latitudes: new paleoenvironmental insights5
Continental shelf morphology controlled by bottom currents, mud diapirism, and submarine slumping to the east of the Gaoping Canyon, off SW Taiwan4
Spit and inlet dynamics, beach morphology, and sediment characteristics along shore front of Chilika lagoon, East coast of India4
Slope instability detection for muddy submarine channels using sub-bottom profile images based on bidimensional empirical mode decomposition4
Detecting the effects of rapid tectonically induced subsidence on Mayotte Island since 2018 on beach and reef morphology, and implications for coastal vulnerability to marine flooding4
Surface hydrographic variations in the western Arabian Sea through the last 172 kyr4
Geochemical origin of methane in hydrothermal fluid and its implication for the subseafloor hydrothermal circulation at the Middle Okinawa Trough4
A comprehensive model of seismic velocities for the Bay of Mecklenburg (Baltic Sea) at the North German Basin margin: implications for basin development4