Continental Shelf Research

Papers
(The H4-Index of Continental Shelf Research is 19. 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
The effects of a tailing dam failure on the sedimentation of the eastern Brazilian inner shelf36
Role of eddies on controlling total and size-fractionated primary production in the Bay of Bengal33
Bonnet Carré Spillway freshwater transport and corresponding biochemical properties in the Mississippi Bight29
Assessment of coastal geomorphological changes using multi-temporal Satellite-Derived Bathymetry28
CoastSnap: A global citizen science program to monitor changing coastlines27
Storm-induced hydrodynamic changes and seabed erosion in the littoral area of Yellow River Delta: A model-guided mechanism study25
Nitrate sources and biogeochemical processes identified using nitrogen and oxygen isotopes on the eastern coast of Hainan Island25
Barred beach profile equilibrium investigated with a process-based numerical model25
Spatial and temporal distributions of terrestrial and marine organic matter in the surface sediments of the Yangtze River estuary24
Depositional control on carbon and sulfur preservation onshore and offshore the Oujiang Estuary: Implications for the C/S ratio as a salinity indicator23
Seasonal responses of nutrient to hydrology and biology in the southern Yellow Sea23
Recent salinity intrusion in the Bengal delta: Observations and possible causes23
Exploration of the munition dumpsite Kolberger Heide in Kiel Bay, Germany: Example for a standardised hydroacoustic and optic monitoring approach23
Investigating typhoon impact on SSC through hourly satellite and real-time field observations: A case study of the Yangtze Estuary22
Spatio-temporal dynamics of the Río de la Plata turbidity front; combining remote sensing with in-situ measurements and numerical modeling21
Evaluation of different wind resources in simulating wave height for the Bohai, Yellow, and East China Seas (BYES) with SWAN model20
Observation of internal tides, nonlinear internal waves and mixing in the Lombok Strait, Indonesia20
Contrasting chlorophyll-a seasonal patterns between nearshore and offshore waters in the Bohai and Yellow Seas, China: A new analysis using improved satellite data20
Land subsidence and its effects on coastal erosion in the Nam Dinh Coast (Vietnam)20
Phytoplankton community structure is governed by salinity gradient and nutrient composition in the tropical estuarine system19
Modelling the water dynamics of a tidal lagoon: The impact of human intervention in the Nador Lagoon (Morocco)19
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