Precambrian Research

Papers
(The H4-Index of Precambrian Research is 29. 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 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
ArticleCitations
Onset of plate tectonics by the Eoarchean117
Hadean geodynamics and the nature of early continental crust56
Assembly of the Siberian Craton: Constraints from Paleoproterozoic granitoids51
Seaweeds through time: Morphological and ecological analysis of Proterozoic and early Paleozoic benthic macroalgae50
The Ribeirão da Folha ophiolite-bearing accretionary wedge (Araçuaí orogen, SE Brazil): New data for Cryogenian plagiogranite and metasedimentary rocks46
The formation of Neoarchean continental crust in the south-east Superior Craton by two distinct geodynamic processes42
How did the peripheral subduction drive the Rodinia breakup: Constraints from the Neoproterozoic tectonic process in the northern Tarim Craton37
Paleoproterozoic tectonic evolution of the Yangtze Block: New evidence from ca. 2.36 to 2.22 Ga magmatism and 1.96 Ga metamorphism in the Cuoke complex, SW China37
Eoarchean contrasting ultra-high-pressure to low-pressure metamorphisms (<250 to >1000 °C/GPa) explained by tectonic plate convergence in deep time37
Paleoarchean and Neoarchean Tonalite–Trondhjemite–Granodiorite (TTG) and granite magmatism in the Western Dharwar Craton, southern India: Implications for Archean continental growth and geodynamics36
Episodic magmatism during the growth of a Neoproterozoic oceanic arc (Anti-Atlas, Morocco)36
How diverse is the source? Age, provenance, reworking, and overprint of Precambrian meta-sedimentary rocks of West Gondwana, Cameroon, from zircon U-Pb geochronology36
Dating and characterizing primary gas accumulation in Precambrian dolomite reservoirs, Central Sichuan Basin, China: Insights from pyrobitumen Re-Os and dolomite U-Pb geochronology35
Provenance analysis of the late Mesoproterozoic to Neoproterozoic Xuhuai Basin in the southeast North China Craton: Implications for paleogeographic reconstruction34
Multi-proxy evidence for subduction of the Neoproterozoic Adamastor Ocean and Wilson cycle tectonics in the South Atlantic Brasiliano Orogenic System of Western Gondwana33
A critical discussion of the subduction-collision model for the Neoproterozoic Araçuaí-West Congo orogen33
Dom Feliciano Belt orogenic cycle tracked by its pre-collisional magmatism: The Tonian (ca. 800 Ma) Porto Belo Complex and its correlations in southern Brazil and Uruguay33
Neoarchean suprasubduction zone ophiolite discovered from the Miyun Complex: Implications for Archean–Paleoproterozoic Wilson cycle in the North China Craton33
Characteristics and controlling factors of dolomite karst reservoirs of the Sinian Dengying Formation, central Sichuan Basin, southwestern China33
Seawater carbon and strontium isotope variations through the late Ediacaran to late Cambrian in the Tarim Basin32
Neoproterozoic geochronology and provenance of the Adelaide Superbasin32
Dolomitization history and porosity evolution of a giant, deeply buried Ediacaran gas field (Sichuan Basin, China)30
Geochronology of the Volyn volcanic complex at the western slope of the East European Craton – Relevance to the Neoproterozoic rifting and the break-up of Rodinia/Pannotia30
Towards resolving the ‘jigsaw puzzle’ and age-fossil inconsistency within East Gondwana30
The Ediacaran–Cambrian boundary: Evaluating stratigraphic completeness and the Great Unconformity30
Subduction-related petrogenesis of Late Archean calc-alkaline lamprophyres in the Yilgarn Craton (Western Australia)29
Quantitative petrographic differentiation of detrital vs diagenetic clay minerals in marine sedimentary sequences: Implications for the rise of biotic soils29
Reconstructing South China in the Mesoproterozoic and its role in the Nuna and Rodinia supercontinents29
Fifty years of the Eoarchean and the case for evolving uniformitarianism29
A geochronological review of magmatism along the external margin of Columbia and in the Grenville-age orogens forming the core of Rodinia29
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