Journal of Coastal Conservation

Papers
(The H4-Index of Journal of Coastal Conservation is 13. 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 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
ArticleCitations
A review on coastal erosion and flooding risks and best management practices in West Africa: what has been done and should be done54
Spatio-temporal modelling of shoreline migration in Sagar Island, West Bengal, India40
Comparative assessment of the GIS based bathtub model and an enhanced bathtub model for coastal inundation32
The sustainability of beach nourishments: a review of nourishment and environmental monitoring practice27
Multiple values of Bhitarkanika mangroves for human well-being: synthesis of contemporary scientific knowledge for mainstreaming ecosystem services in policy planning20
Rapid impact assessment of extremely severe cyclonic storm Fani on morpho-dynamics & ecology of Chilika Lake, Odisha, India20
A bridge between tourism and nature conservation: boardwalks effects on coastal dune vegetation19
Assessing the effect of flight altitude and overlap on orthoimage generation for UAV estimates of coastal wetlands17
Constructed floating wetlands made of natural materials as habitats in eutrophicated coastal lagoons in the Southern Baltic Sea15
A comment on some of the conclusions made by Delgado-Fernandez et al. (2019). “Is ‘re-mobilisation’ nature conservation or nature destruction? A commentary”.14
Groundwater potentiality mapping of tertiary volcanic aquifer in IBB basin, Yemen by using remote sensing and GIS tools14
Is ‘re-mobilisation’ nature restoration or nature destruction? A commentary. Discussion13
Abundance, type, and origin of litter on No. 1 Bathing Beach of Qingdao, China13
Assessment of groundwater quality based on GIS and geochemical methods: coastal aquifer of Bouficha (North-Eastern Tunisia)13
Comment on ‘Is ‘re-mobilisation’ nature restoration or nature destruction? A commentary’ by I. Delgado-Fernandez, R.G.D. Davidson-Arnott & P.A. Hesp13
Bridging the gap between coastal engineering and nature conservation?13
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