Journal of Asian Earth Sciences

(The H4-Index of Journal of Asian Earth Sciences is 25. 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 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
Chemical geodynamics of mafic magmatism above subduction zones72
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 sedimentology70
Combined stratigraphic-structural play characterization in hydrocarbon exploration: A case study of Middle Miocene sandstones, Gulf of Suez basin, Egypt52
Origin of natural gases and associated gas hydrates in the Shenhu area, northern South China Sea: Results from the China gas hydrate drilling expeditions48
Possible Lithosphere-Atmosphere-Ionosphere Coupling effects prior to the 2018 Mw = 7.5 Indonesia earthquake from seismic, atmospheric and ionospheric data46
An overview of oceanic island basalts in accretionary complexes and seamounts accretion in the western Central Asian Orogenic Belt45
Pore structures of different types of shales and shale gas exploration of the Ordovician Wufeng and Silurian Longmaxi successions in the eastern Sichuan Basin, South China40
Chemical and structural characteristics of gas hydrates from the Haima cold seeps in the Qiongdongnan Basin of the South China Sea39
Refining the spatio-temporal distributions of Mesozoic granitoids and volcanic rocks in SE China39
The tectonic evolution of the East Kunlun Orogen, northern Tibetan Plateau: A critical review with an integrated geodynamic model38
Late Paleozoic back-arc basin in the Indochina block: Constraints from the mafic rocks in the Nan and Luang Prabang tectonic zones, Southeast Asia37
Integration of knowledge-based seismic inversion and sedimentological investigations for heterogeneous reservoir35
Impact of laminae on pore structures of lacustrine shales in the southern Songliao Basin, NE China34
Petrogenesis and geodynamic implications of Neoproterozoic gabbro-diorites, adakitic granites, and A-type granites in the southwestern margin of the Yangtze Block, South China34
Neoproterozoic to Early Triassic tectono-stratigraphic evolution of Indochina and adjacent areas: A review with new data33
Late Mesozoic and Cenozoic tectono-thermal history and geodynamic implications of the Great Xing’an Range, NE China32
Cenozoic moisture fluctuations on the northeastern Tibetan Plateau and association with global climatic conditions30
Paleogeography reconstruction of a multi-stage modified intra-cratonic basin—a case study from the Jurassic Ordos Basin, Western North China Craton28
Paleoenvironmental setting, mechanism and consequence of massive organic carbon burial in the Permian Junggar Basin, NW China28
A possible linkage between highly fractionated granitoids and associated W-mineralization in the Mesozoic Yaogangxian granitic intrusion, Nanling region, South China27
A comparative study on hydrochemical evolution and quality of groundwater in coastal areas of Thailand and Bangladesh27
Geochemical characteristics of the lower Silurian Longmaxi Formation on the Yangtze Platform, South China: Implications for depositional environment and accumulation of organic matters25
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 China25
Distribution and generative mechanisms of ground fissures in China25
Controls of a strike-slip fault system on the tectonic inversion of the Mahu depression at the northwestern margin of the Junggar Basin, NW China25
Pb-Pb baddeleyite ages of mafic dykes from the Western Dharwar Craton, Southern India: a window into 2.21–2.18 Ga global mafic magmatism25
Continental crustal evolution and synchronous metallogeny through time in the North China Craton25