(The TQCC of Boreas is 7. 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 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
The discovery of the Younger Dryas, and comments on the current meaning and usage of the term45
Growth and retreat of the last British–Irish Ice Sheet, 31 000 to 15 000 years ago: the BRITICE‐CHRONO reconstruction42
Testing polymineral post‐IR IRSL and quartz SAROSL protocols on Middle to Late Pleistocene loess at Batajnica, Serbia27
Sedimentary biomarkers reaffirm human impacts on northern Beringian ecosystems during the Last Glacial period24
New insights into lake responses to rapid climate change: the Younger Dryas in Lake Gościąż, central Poland23
First reliable chronology for the Early Khvalynian Caspian Sea transgression in the Lower Volga River valley23
The Late Pleistocene–Early Holocene palaeoenvironmental evolution in the SE Baltic region: a new approach based on chironomid, geochemical and isotopic data from Kamyshovoye Lake, Russia22
Internal feedbacks forced Middle Holocene cooling on the Qinghai‐Tibetan Plateau21
Advances in understanding calcite varve formation: new insights from a dual lake monitoring approach in the southern Baltic lowlands18
Diversity of murtoos and murtoo‐related subglacial landforms in the Finnish area of the Fennoscandian Ice Sheet17
Holocene tephra record of Lake Veliko jezero, Croatia: implications for the central Mediterranean tephrostratigraphy and sea level rise17
Spatial and temporal patterns of Holocene precipitation change in the Iberian Peninsula16
A post‐IR IRSL chronology and dust mass accumulation rates of the Nosak loess‐palaeosol sequence in northeastern Serbia16
A new map of glacigenic features and glacial landsystems in central mainland Nunavut, Canada15
Dynamics of the last Scandinavian Ice Sheet’s southernmost sector revealed by the pattern of ice streams14
An updated biochronology of Ukrainian small mammal faunas of the past 1.8 million years based on voles (Rodentia, Arvicolidae): a review14
Late Pleistocene to Holocene vegetation and climate changes in northwestern Chukotka (Far East Russia) deduced from lakes Ilirney and Rauchuagytgyn pollen records14
Millennial‐scale deglaciation across the European Alps at the transition between the Younger Dryas and the Early Holocene – evidence from a new cosmogenic nuclide chronology14
Re‐analysis of late Quaternary dust mass accumulation rates in Serbia using new luminescence chronology for loess–palaeosol sequence at Surduk14
Climatic and environmental changes in the Yana Highlands of north‐eastern Siberia over the last c. 57 000 years, derived from a sediment core from Lake Emanda13
A modern pollen data set for the forest–meadow–steppe ecotone from the Tibetan Plateau and its potential use in past vegetation reconstruction13
Glacial dynamics and deglaciation history of Hambergbukta reconstructed from submarine landforms and sediment cores, SE Spitsbergen, Svalbard13
9000 years of changes in peat organic matter composition in Store Mosse (Sweden) traced using FTIR‐ATR13
The deglaciation of the western sector of the Irish Ice Sheet from the inner continental shelf to its terrestrial margin12
Regional subglacial quarrying and abrasion below hard‐bedded palaeo‐ice streams crossing the Shield–Palaeozoic boundary of central Canada: the importance of substrate control12
Optical dating of cobble surfaces determines the chronology of Holocene beach ridges in Greenland12
Rapid Late Pleistocene climate change reconstructed from a lacustrine ostracod record in central Italy (Lake Trasimeno, Umbria)11
Collagen fingerprinting for the species identification of archaeological amphibian remains11
Middle to Late Pleistocene environments based on stable organic carbon and nitrogen isotopes of loess‐palaeosol sequences from the Carpathian Basin11
Deglaciation dynamics of the Scandinavian Ice Sheet in the Salpausselkä zone, southern Finland11
Morphometry of lower cheek teeth of cave bears (Carnivora, Ursidae) and general remarks on the dentition variability10
Quartz OSL chronology of the loess deposits in the Western Qinling Mountains, China, and their palaeoenvironmental implications since the Last Glacial period10
Northeast Greenland: ice‐free shelf edge at 79.4°N around the Last Glacial Maximum 25.5–17.5 ka10
Loess deposits in the Tajik Basin, Central Asia: chronology, provenance and palaeoclimatic implications since the Last Glacial10
A chronological and palaeoenvironmental re‐evaluation of two loess‐palaeosol records in the northern Harz foreland, Germany, based on innovative modelling tools10
Holocene mountain landscape development and monsoon variation in the southernmost Russian Far East10
Holocene relative shore level changes and Stone Age hunter‐gatherers in Hiiumaa Island, eastern Baltic Sea10
Holocene alluvial fan evolution, Schmidt‐hammer exposure‐age dating and paraglacial debris floods in the SE Jostedalsbreen region, southern Norway9
Insolation vs. meltwater control of productivity and sea surface conditions off SW Greenland during the Holocene9
Lateglacial and Holocene environmental history of the central Kola region, northwestern Russia revealed by a sediment succession from Lake Imandra9
GlaciDat – a GIS database of submarine glacial landforms and sediments in the Arctic8
Holocene vegetation and hydroclimate changes in the Kansk forest steppe, Yenisei River Basin, East Siberia8
Mountain glacier fluctuations during the Lateglacial and Holocene on Clavering Island (northeastern Greenland) from 10Be moraine dating8
Salt‐induced crestal faults control the formation of Quaternary tunnel valleys in the southern North Sea8
Holocene lake‐level evolution of Lake Tiefer See, NE Germany, caused by climate and land cover changes8
Rock magnetic properties of Grand Lake sediments as evidence of environmental changes during the last 60 000 years in North‐East Russia8
Ecological conditions during the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition (MIS 3) in Iberia: the cold‐adapted faunal remains from Mainea, northern Iberian Peninsula8
Detailing the impact of the Storegga Tsunami at Montrose, Scotland8
A 725‐year integrated offshore terrestrial varve chronology for southeastern Sweden suggests rapid ice retreat ~15 ka BP7
Postglacial peatland vegetation succession in Store Mosse bog, south‐central Sweden: An exploration of factors driving species change7
Individual event, seasonal and interannual variations in δ18O values of drip water in Maomaotou Big Cave, Guilin, South China, and their implications for palaeoclimatic reconstructions7
Pleistocene freshwater environments of Poland: a comprehensive study of fish assemblages based on a multi‐proxy approach7
Quantitative analyses of cirques on the Faroe Islands: evidence for time transgressive glacier occupation7
Analysis of stratigraphical sequences at Cocina Cave (Spain) using rare earth elements geochemistry7
Contrasting modes of deglaciation between fjords and inter‐fjord areas in eastern North Greenland7
The last glaciation of the Arctic volcanic island Jan Mayen7
Holocene environmental change on the Atlantic coast of NW Iberia as inferred from the Ponzos wetland sequence7
Brecciation of glacially overridden palaeokarst (Lower Aare Valley, northern Switzerland): result of subglacial water‐pressure peaks?7