ICES Journal of Marine Science

(The H4-Index of ICES Journal of Marine Science is 22. 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.)
Next-generation regional ocean projections for living marine resource management in a changing climate48
Unlocking the potential of deep learning for marine ecology: overview, applications, and outlook45
Seaweed ecosystems may not mitigate CO2 emissions40
Effects of temperature and hypoxia on respiration, photorespiration, and photosynthesis of seagrass leaves from contrasting temperature regimes39
Metabarcoding as a quantitative tool for estimating biodiversity and relative biomass of marine zooplankton38
Growth and reproduction in mesopelagic fishes: a literature synthesis33
MSY needs no epitaph—but it was abused33
Validation of stock assessment methods: is it me or my model talking?32
Marine recreational fisheries — current state and future opportunities31
Water column structure defines vertical habitat of twelve pelagic predators in the South Atlantic29
Fish hearing and how it is best determined28
The role of taxonomic expertise in interpretation of metabarcoding studies27
Evaluation of genetic effects on wild salmon populations from stock enhancement26
Possible future scenarios in the gateways to the Arctic for Subarctic and Arctic marine systems: II. prey resources, food webs, fish, and fisheries25
Close-kin mark–recapture abundance estimation: practical insights and lessons learned25
Enhancing the ecosystem approach for the fishery for Antarctic krill within the complex, variable, and changing ecosystem at South Georgia25
Sensitivity of sand lance to shifting prey and hydrography indicates forthcoming change to the northeast US shelf forage fish complex24
Poor feeding opportunities and reduced condition factor for salmon post-smolts in the Northeast Atlantic Ocean22
The ups and downs of traps: environmental impacts, entanglement, mitigation, and the future of trap fishing for crustaceans and fish22
A review of adaptation options in fisheries management to support resilience and transition under socio-ecological change22
Combining scientific survey and commercial catch data to map fish distribution22
The effect of a warmer climate on the salmon lice infection pressure from Norwegian aquaculture22