Journal of Great Lakes Research

(The H4-Index of Journal of Great Lakes Research is 22. 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 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: Rapid degradation of the world’s large lakes125
Thirty-five years of restoring Great Lakes Areas of Concern: Gradual progress, hopeful future63
Microplastic and other anthropogenic microparticles in water and sediments of Lake Simcoe45
The taxonomic diversity of the cichlid fish fauna of ancient Lake Tanganyika, East Africa41
Management of anadromous lampreys: Common threats, different approaches39
The relationship between thermal physiology and lampricide sensitivity in larval sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus)38
Consequences of calamities and their management: The case of COVID-19 pandemic and flooding on inland capture fisheries in Kenya36
High levels of pelagic plastic pollution within the surface waters of Lakes Erie and Ontario36
Persistent organic pollutants, metals, and the bacterial community composition associated with microplastics in Muskegon Lake (MI)29
Lamprey fisheries: History, trends and management28
A renewed philosophy about supplemental sea lamprey controls27
Quantifying Great Lakes sea lamprey populations using an index of adults27
A systematic review of the literature on plastic pollution in the Laurentian Great Lakes and its effects on freshwater biota26
Emerging conservation initiatives for lampreys: Research challenges and opportunities25
Climate change projections of temperature and precipitation for the great lakes basin using the PRECIS regional climate model25
Widespread prevalence of hypoxia and the classification of hypoxic conditions in the Laurentian Great Lakes25
Using decision analysis to collaboratively respond to invasive species threats: A case study of Lake Erie grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella)24
Seasonal habitat-use differences among Lake Erie’s walleye stocks24
At-sea feeding ecology of parasitic lampreys24
Redox-related release of phosphorus from sediments in large and shallow Lake Peipsi: Evidence from sediment studies and long-term monitoring data23
Tributary use and large-scale movements of grass carp in Lake Erie23
Progress towards integrating an understanding of chemical ecology into sea lamprey control22