Journal of Marine Systems

Papers
(The H4-Index of Journal of Marine Systems is 18. 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.)
ArticleCitations
Statistical and machine learning ensemble modelling to forecast sea surface temperature50
In situ detection of the fine scale heterogeneity of active cold seep environment of the Formosa Ridge, the South China Sea37
The ecosystem approach to management of the Antarctic krill fishery - the ‘devils are in the detail’ at small spatial and temporal scales34
Tropical cyclone-induced sea surface cooling over the Yellow Sea and Bohai Sea in the 2019 Pacific typhoon season32
Interannual-decadal variation in satellite-derived surface chlorophyll-a concentration in the Bohai Sea over the past 16 years30
Dissolved oxygen variability in the Mediterranean Sea29
A spatial food web model to investigate potential spillover effects of a fishery closure in an offshore wind farm28
Body size and stable isotope composition of zooplankton in the western tropical Atlantic26
Multi-year marine cold-spells off the west coast of Australia and effects on fisheries24
Iron organic speciation during the LOHAFEX experiment: Iron ligands release under biomass control by copepod grazing24
In situ incubations with the Gothenburg benthic chamber landers: Applications and quality control23
The ocean-atmosphere interaction over a summer upwelling system in the South China Sea22
The 2019 Brazilian oil spill: Insights on the physics behind the drift20
Potential environmental drivers of Japanese anchovy (Engraulis japonicus) recruitment in the Yellow Sea20
Phytoplankton community structure in a contrasting physico-chemical regime along the eastern Arabian Sea during the winter monsoon19
Diversity of culturable Sulphur-oxidising bacteria in the oxygen minimum zones of the northern Indian Ocean19
Sea surface current response patterns to tropical cyclones19
Effect of phytoplankton community size structure on remote-sensing reflectance and chlorophyll a products18
Impacts of climate changes on the phytoplankton biomass of the Indonesian Maritime Continent18
Evidence of a chlorophyll “tongue” in the Malacca Strait from satellite observations18
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