(The TQCC of Petrology is 3. 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.)
Sr- and C-Chemostratigraphy Potential of the Paleoproterozoic Sedimentary Carbonates under Medium-Temperature Metamorphism: the Ruskeala Marble, Karelia14
Method for Determining Water Content in Natural Rhyolitic Melts by Raman Spectroscopy and Electron Microprobe Analysis11
Formation of the Neoproterozoic Continental Crust in the Structures of the Central Segment of the Central Asian Fold Belt10
Compositions of Kimberlite Melts: A Review of Melt Inclusions in Kimberlite Minerals9
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
Late Mesozoic Eastern Mongolia Volcanic Area: Structure, Magmatic Associations, and Sources of Melts9
Melted Rocks (Clinkers and Paralavas) from the Khamaryn–Khural–Khiid Combustion Metamorphic Complex in Eastern Mongolia: Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Genesis9
Ilmenite from the Arkhangelsk Diamond Province, Russia: Composition, Origin and Indicator of Diamondiferous Kimberlites9
Metamorphism of the Central Bundelkhand Greenstone Complex, Indian Shield: Mineral Compositions, Paragenesises, and P–T Path9
Plume Magmatism at Franz Josef Land8
Rapakivi Granites of the Kodar Complex (Aldan Shield): Age, Sources, and Tectonic Setting8
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
Differentiated Mafic–Ultramafic Intrusions of the Zubovsky Type in the Norilsk Area: Petrochemistry, Geochemistry, and Ore Potential6
Silicate Liquid Immiscibility as a Result of Fenner-Type Crystal Fractionation of Wangtian’e Tholeiitic Melts, Northeast China6
Early Paleozoic High- and Ultrahigh-Pressure Complexes in the Western Part of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt: Ages, Compositions, and Geodynamic Models of Formation6
Thermodynamic Model of the Fluid System H2O–CO2–NaCl at P-T Parameters of the Middle and Lower Crust6
Late Mesozoic–Cenozoic Stages of Volcanism and Geodynamics of the Sea of Japan and Sea of Okhotsk6
Re-Os Isotope and HSE Abundance Systematics of the 2.9 Ga Komatiites and Basalts from the Sumozero-Kenozero Greenstone Belt, SE Fennoscandian Shield: Implications for the Mixing Rates of the Mantle5
U-Pb (ID-TIMS) Geochronological Studies of High-Uranium Metamict Zircons: New Opportunities of Familiar Approaches5
Multiple Melting of a Heterogeneous Mantle and Episodic Accretion of Oceanic Crust in a Spreading Zone: Zircon U-Pb Age and Hf-O Isotope Evidence from an Oceanic Core Complex of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge5
Paleoproterozoic OIB- and MORB-Type Rift Volcanics of the Kursk Block, Eastern Sarmatia: Petrology and Geodynamics5
Amazonite Li–F Granites with REE–Nb–Zr–Th–U Specialization: Geochemistry, Mineralogy, and Isotope Geochronology of the Turga Massif, Eastern Transbaikalia5
Instability of Al2SiO5 “Triple Point” Assemblages as a Consequence of Polymetamorphism in Al-Rich Metapelites4
Sulfur Isotope Composition of Olivine Gabbronorites from a Mineralized Apophysis of the Yoko-Dovyren Intrusion, Northern Transbaikalia, Russia4
Paleozoic Alkaline-Mafic Intrusions of the Kuznetsk Alatau, Their Sources and Conditions for Magma Generation4
A Review on Petrology and Geochemistry of the Neoproterozoic Malani Igneous Suite and Related Rocks (Northwestern Peninsular India)4
Metabasalts of Greenstone Belt of the Bulun Terrane (Southwestern Siberian Craton) as Indicators of Compositional and Isotopic Features of Archaean Mantle4
Composition and Isotope Parameters of Metabasalts and Gabbroids of the Onot Granite–Greenstone Block, Southwestern Siberian Platform, as Indicators of Lithospheric Mantle Evolution from the Archean to4
Neoarchean Granitoids in the Western Part of the Tunguska Superterrane, Basement of the Siberian Platform: Geochronology, Petrology, and Tectonic Significance3
Variations in Trace Element and Isotope Composition of Neoarchean Mafic Granulites of the Southwest Siberian Craton: a Consequence of Various Mantle Sources or Crustal Contamination3
Evidence of Subduction of the Paleoproterozoic Oceanic Crust in the Khapchan Belt of the Anabar Shield, Siberian Craton3
Geochronology, Geochemistry and Tectonic Significance of Buziwannan Late Triassic I-Type Granites in the West Kunlun Orogen Belt, Northwest China3
Influence of the Precipitation Rate on the Isotope (δ18O, δ13C and δ88Sr) Composition of Carbonate Chimneys of the Lost City Hydrothermal Field (30° N, Mid-Atlantic Ridge)3
Grenville and Valhalla Tectonic Events at the Western Margin of the Siberian Craton: Evidence from Rocks of the Garevka Complex, Northern Yenisei Range, Russia3
Cretaceous Monzonite-Granite-Migmatite Velitkenay Complex: Petrology, Geochemistry of Rocks and Zircons (U-Pb, Hf, O) as Applied to Reconstructing the Evolution of Magmatism and Continental Crust in A3
Experimental Study of the Crystallization Conditions of Ongonites of the Ary-Bulak Massif (Eastern Transbaikalia)3
Geodynamics of a Breakup of Western Part of the Karelian Craton: Data on 2.1 Ga Mafic Magmatism3
Petrology of the Mid-Paleoproterozoic Tiksheozero Ultramafic‒Alkaline‒Carbonatite Complex (Northern Karelia)3
Petrological Characteristics of Suevite Varieties in the Kara Astrobleme, Pay-Khoy, Russia3