Acta Geologica Sinica-English Edition

(The H4-Index of Acta Geologica Sinica-English Edition is 14. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-10-01 to 2023-10-01.)
High‐precision Dating and Geological Significance of Chang 7 Tuff Zircon of the Triassic Yanchang Formation, Ordos Basin in Central China35
Hydrogeochemical Characteristics and Groundwater Inrush Source Identification for a Multi‐aquifer System in a Coal Mine27
Transpressive Structures in the Ghadir Shear Belt, Eastern Desert, Egypt: Evidence for Partitioning of Oblique Convergence in the Arabian‐Nubian Shield during Gondwana Agglutination25
Fluid Property Discrimination in Dolostone Reservoirs Using Well Logs21
The First Discovery of a Large Sandstone‐type Uranium Deposit in Aeolian Depositional Environment17
Implementation of a Petrographical and Petrophysical Workflow Protocol for Studying the Impact of Heterogeneity on the Rock Typing and Reservoir Quality of Reefal Limestone: A Case Study on the Nullip15
Organic Geochemical and Petrographic Characteristics of the Coal Measure Source Rocks of Pinghu Formation in the Xihu Sag of the East China Sea Shelf Basin: Implications for Coal Measure Gas Potential15
Offshore Carbonate Facies Characterization and Reservoir Quality of Miocene Rocks in the Southern Margin of South China Sea15
The Petrological and Geochemical Evolution of Ediacaran Rare‐Metal Bearing A‐type Granites from the Jabal Aja Complex, Northern Arabian Shield, Saudi Arabia14
Origin and Petrogenetic Implications of Spessartine Garnet in Highly‐Fractionated Granite from the Central Eastern Desert of Egypt14
Construction of the Continental Asia in Phanerozoic: A Review14
Petroleum Geology in Deepwater Settings in a Passive Continental Margin of a Marginal Sea: A Case Study from the South China Sea14
Effect of Shale Reservoir Characteristics on Shale Oil Movability in the Lower Third Member of the Shahejie Formation, Zhanhua Sag14
Holocene Moisture Variation Recorded by Aeolian Sand‐Palaeosol Sequences of the Gonghe Basin, Northeastern Qinghai‐Tibetan Plateau, China14