Journal of Asian Earth Sciences

(The H4-Index of Journal of Asian Earth Sciences is 23. 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Chemical geodynamics of mafic magmatism above subduction zones93
Controlling factors on the formation and distribution of “sweet-spot areas” of marine gas shales in South China and a preliminary discussion on unconventional petroleum sedimentology80
Combined stratigraphic-structural play characterization in hydrocarbon exploration: A case study of Middle Miocene sandstones, Gulf of Suez basin, Egypt59
Refining the spatio-temporal distributions of Mesozoic granitoids and volcanic rocks in SE China53
Late Paleozoic back-arc basin in the Indochina block: Constraints from the mafic rocks in the Nan and Luang Prabang tectonic zones, Southeast Asia40
Integration of knowledge-based seismic inversion and sedimentological investigations for heterogeneous reservoir40
Characteristics of coastal aquifer contamination by seawater intrusion and anthropogenic activities in the coastal areas of the Bohai Sea, eastern China37
Cenozoic moisture fluctuations on the northeastern Tibetan Plateau and association with global climatic conditions36
Geophysical 3D-static reservoir and basin modeling of a Jurassic estuarine system (JG-Oilfield, Abu Gharadig basin, Egypt)36
Controls of a strike-slip fault system on the tectonic inversion of the Mahu depression at the northwestern margin of the Junggar Basin, NW China35
A comparison of global rare earth element (REE) resources and their mineralogy with REE prospects in Sri Lanka35
Continental crustal evolution and synchronous metallogeny through time in the North China Craton34
A comparative study on hydrochemical evolution and quality of groundwater in coastal areas of Thailand and Bangladesh33
Paleoenvironmental setting, mechanism and consequence of massive organic carbon burial in the Permian Junggar Basin, NW China32
Late Triassic basin inversion of the Qiangtang Basin in northern Tibet: Implications for the closure of the Paleo-Tethys and expansion of the Neo-Tethys31
A widespread mid-crustal low-velocity layer beneath Northeast China revealed by the multimodal inversion of Rayleigh waves from ambient seismic noise30
Effects of deposition and diagenesis on sandstone reservoir quality: A case study of Permian sandstones formed in a braided river sedimentary system, northern Ordos Basin, Northern China27
Lithofacies classification and origin of the Eocene lacustrine fine-grained sedimentary rocks in the Jiyang Depression, Bohai Bay Basin, Eastern China26
Pore structure characterization of tight sandstones via a novel integrated method: A case study of the Sulige gas field, Ordos Basin (Northern China)25
Natural and anthropogenic factors influencing hydrochemical characteristics and heavy metals in groundwater surrounding a gold mine, Thailand24
Asian monsoon dynamics and sediment transport in SE Asia24
Recognition of Milankovitch cycles in XRF core-scanning records of the Late Cretaceous Nenjiang Formation from the Songliao Basin (northeastern China) and their paleoclimate implications24
Triassic two-stage intra-continental orogensis of the South China Block, driven by Paleotethyan closure and interactions with adjoining blocks24
Interseismic slip rate and locking along the Maqin–Maqu Segment of the East Kunlun Fault, Northern Tibetan Plateau, based on Sentinel-1 images23