European Journal of Mineralogy

Papers
(The median citation count of European Journal of Mineralogy is 2. 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 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
ArticleCitations
What’s in the sandwich? New P–T constraints for the (U)HP nappe stack of southern Dora-Maira Massif (Western Alps)30
Measurement of strains in zircon inclusions by Raman spectroscopy22
A new nomenclature scheme for the alluaudite supergroup19
Lithium mineral evolution and ecology: comparison with boron and beryllium19
From extension to compression: high geothermal gradient during the earliest Variscan phase of the Moroccan Meseta; a first structural and RSCM thermometric study14
Anatexis of high-T eclogites in the Dabie orogen triggered by exhumation and post-orogenic collapse10
Alabandite (MnS) in metamorphosed manganiferous rocks at Morro da Mina, Brazil: palaeoenvironmental significance5
Low water contents in garnet of orogenic peridotite: clues for an abyssal or mantle-wedge origin?5
Bohuslavite, Fe 4 3 + (PO4)3(SO4)(OH)(H2O)10·nH2O, a new hydrated iron phosphate-sulfate5
Thermal decomposition kinetics of Fe-rich tourmaline5
Distribution of trace elements in willemite from the Belgium non-sulphide deposits5
An alternative model for the formation of hydrous Mg/Ni layer silicates (“deweylite”/“garnierite”) in faulted peridotites of New Caledonia: II. Petrography and chemistry of white and green clay infill4
Structural interpretation of a new twin in staurolite from Coray, Brittany, France3
Parapierrotite from the Monte Arsiccio mine (Apuan Alps, Tuscany, Italy): occurrence and new data on its crystal-chemistry3
Origin of corundum–tourmaline–phlogopite rocks from Badakhshan, northeastern Afghanistan: a new type of metasomatism associated with sapphire formation3
High-pressure meta-ophiolite boulders and cobbles from northern Italy as possible raw-material sources for “greenstone” prehistoric tools: petrography and archaeological assessment3
Crystallization sequences of coexisting andalusite, kyanite, and sillimanite, and a report on a new locality: Lesjaverk, Norway3
Argentoliveingite, Ag3+xPb36−2xAs51+xS112 (0 ≤ x < 0.5), a new homeotype of liveingite from Lengenbach, Binntal, Switzerland, and the crystal chemistry of the liveingite group2
Experiments on sandstone alteration under geothermal reservoir conditions and the formation of zeolites2
News from the hellandite group: the redefinition of mottanaite and ciprianiite and the new mineral description of ferri-mottanaite-(Ce), the first Fe3+-dominant hellandite2
Elasmochloite, Na3Cu6BiO4(SO4)5, a new fumarolic mineral from the Tolbachik volcano, Kamchatka, Russia2
Oxidative decomposition products of synthetic NaFePO4 marićite: nano-textural and electrochemical characterization2
238U/230Th disequilibrium dating and trace element geochemistry of perovskite from late Quaternary alkali mafic rocks of the West Eifel Volcanic Field (Germany)2
Hydroxylhedyphane, Ca2Pb3(AsO4)3(OH), a new member of the apatite supergroup from Långban, Sweden2
Bizarre artefacts in transmission electron microscopy preparation and observation of geological samples2
Fe-rich antigorite: a rock-forming mineral from low-temperature/high-pressure meta-ophicarbonates2
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