(The H4-Index of Petrology 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 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Sr- and C-Chemostratigraphy Potential of the Paleoproterozoic Sedimentary Carbonates under Medium-Temperature Metamorphism: the Ruskeala Marble, Karelia12
Formation of the Neoproterozoic Continental Crust in the Structures of the Central Segment of the Central Asian Fold Belt10
Ilmenite from the Arkhangelsk Diamond Province, Russia: Composition, Origin and Indicator of Diamondiferous Kimberlites9
Pb and Nd Isotopic Data on Granitoids from the Lake Zone, Mongolian and Gobi Altai with Implications for the Crustal Growth of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt9
Method for Determining Water Content in Natural Rhyolitic Melts by Raman Spectroscopy and Electron Microprobe Analysis9
Morphology, Mineralogy, and Composition of Sulfide Droplets in Picrodolerite from a Near-Bottom Apophysis of the Yoko-Dovyren Layered Intrusion8
Melted Rocks (Clinkers and Paralavas) from the Khamaryn–Khural–Khiid Combustion Metamorphic Complex in Eastern Mongolia: Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Genesis8
Multistage Mantle Metasomatism during the Generation of Kimberlite Melts: Evidence from Mantle Xenoliths and Megacrysts of the Grib Kimberlite, Arkhangelsk, Russia7
Pauzhetka Caldera (South Kamchatka): Еxploring Temporal Evolution and Origin of Voluminous Silicic Magmatism7
Late Mesozoic Eastern Mongolia Volcanic Area: Structure, Magmatic Associations, and Sources of Melts7
Rapakivi Granites of the Kodar Complex (Aldan Shield): Age, Sources, and Tectonic Setting7
Metamorphism of the Central Bundelkhand Greenstone Complex, Indian Shield: Mineral Compositions, Paragenesises, and P–T Path7