Limnology and Oceanography-Methods

Papers
(The TQCC of Limnology and Oceanography-Methods is 4. 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.)
ArticleCitations
The Underwater Vision Profiler 6: an imaging sensor of particle size spectra and plankton, for autonomous and cabled platforms54
The Scripps Plankton Camera system: A framework and platform for in situ microscopy53
Evaluation of diagnostic pigments to estimate phytoplankton size classes41
Evaluating CO2 calculation error from organic alkalinity and pH measurement error in low ionic strength freshwaters31
Automated plankton classification from holographic imagery with deep convolutional neural networks27
Assessment of holographic microscopy for quantifying marine particle size and concentration24
New and updated global empirical seawater property estimation routines21
Semi‐ and fully supervised quantification techniques to improve population estimates from machine classifiers21
Toward bio‐optical phenotyping of reef‐forming corals using Light‐Induced FluorescenceTransient‐FastRepetition Rate fluorometry19
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) as a metric of microbial biomass in aquatic systems: new simplified protocols, laboratory validation, and a reflection on data from the literature18
Toward a reliable assessment of potential ecological impacts of deep‐sea polymetallic nodule mining on abyssal infauna17
Assessing the impacts of anthropogenic sounds on early stages of benthic invertebrates: The “Larvosonic system”17
Reporting of methods for automated devices: A systematic review and recommendation for studies using FlowCam for phytoplankton16
Simons Collaborative Marine Atlas Project (Simons CMAP): An open‐source portal to share, visualize, and analyze ocean data16
Autonomous in situ calibration of ion‐sensitive field effect transistor pH sensors15
A review of how we assess denitrification in oyster habitats and proposed guidelines for future studies14
Suppression of environmental DNA degradation in water samples associated with different storage temperature and period using benzalkonium chloride14
Will various interpretation strategies of the same ultrahigh‐resolution mass spectrometry data tell different biogeochemical stories? A first assessment based on natural aquatic dissolved organic matt14
Testing miniaturized extraction chromatography protocols for combined 87Sr/86Sr and δ88/86Sr analyses of pore water 13
Simultaneous recording of filtration and respiration in marine organisms in response to short‐term environmental variability13
Commercially available unoccupied aerial systems for monitoring harmful algal blooms: A comparative study13
Sampling, separation, and quantification of N‐acyl homoserine lactones from marine intertidal sediments12
Comprehensive analysis of chemical and biological problems associated with browning agents used in aquatic studies12
Comparison of visual and molecular taxonomic methods to identify ichthyoplankton in the North Sea12
OpenOBS: Open‐source, low‐cost optical backscatter sensors for water quality and sediment‐transport research11
Measuring pH in low ionic strength glacial meltwaters using ion selective field effect transistor (ISFET) technology11
Preparation of 2‐amino‐2‐hydroxymethyl‐1,3‐propanediol (TRIS) pHT buffers in synthetic seawater11
FIRe glider: Mapping in situ chlorophyll variable fluorescence with autonomous underwater gliders10
The Coral Bleaching Automated Stress System (CBASS): A low‐cost, portable system for standardized empirical assessments of coral thermal limits10
Rapid and precise measurements of radon in water using a pulsed ionization chamber10
Improvement of field fluorometry estimates of chlorophyll a concentration in a cyanobacteria‐rich eutrophic lake9
A new method to estimate planktonic oxygen metabolism using high‐frequency sensor measurements in mesocosm experiments and considering daytime and nighttime respirations9
Detection and classification capabilities of two multibeam sonars9
Reconnecting reef recovery in a world of coral bleaching9
Testing the usefulness of optical data for zooplankton long‐term monitoring: Taxonomic composition, abundance, biomass, and size spectra from ZooScan image analysis8
Integrative assessment of amino acid nitrogen isotopic composition in biological tissue samples determined by GC/C/IRMS, LC × EA/IRMS, and L8
Using machine learning to correct for nonphotochemical quenching in high‐frequency, in vivo fluorometer data8
Dissipation of wave energy by a hybrid artificial reef in a wave simulator: implications for coastal resilience and shoreline protection8
Sampling in low oxygen aquatic environments: The deviation from anoxic conditions8
In situ three‐dimensional video tracking of tagged individuals within site‐attached social groups of coral‐reef fish8
SITES AquaNet: An open infrastructure for mesocosm experiments with high frequency sensor monitoring across lakes8
Effects of Lugol's iodine on long‐term preservation of marine plankton samples for molecular and stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analyses8
Making realistic wave climates in low‐cost wave mesocosms: A new tool for experimental ecology and biogeomorphology8
A method for characterizing dissolved DNA and its application to the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre8
Assessment of styrene‐divinylbenzene polymer (PPL) solid‐phase extraction and non‐targeted tandem mass spectrometry for the analysis of xenobiotics in seawater8
Assessing diversity, abundance, and mass of microplastics (~ 1–300 μm) in aquatic systems8
Sampling pore water at a centimeter resolution in sandy permeable sediments of lakes, streams, and coastal zones8
Microbial enzymatic assays in environmental water samples: Impact of inner filter effect and substrate concentrations8
Autonomous in situ measurements of freshwater alkalinity8
Automatic plankton image classification—Can capsules and filters help cope with data set shift?8
The analysis of 226Ra in 1‐liter seawater by isotope dilution via single‐collector sector‐field ICP‐MS7
Quantification of dissolved metabolites in environmental samples through cation‐exchange solid‐phase extraction paired with liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry7
Hyperspectral optical absorption closure experiment in complex coastal waters7
An ICP‐AES method for routine high‐precision measurement of seawater Sr/Ca ratios to validate coral paleothermometry calibrations7
Universal performance of benzalkonium chloride for the preservation of environmental DNA in seawater samples7
Inter‐laboratory differences in the apparent quantum yield for the photochemical production of dissolved inorganic carbon in inland waters and implications for photochemical rate modeling7
Quantifying upwelling in tropical shallow waters: A novel method using a temperature stratification index6
Enumeration of marine microbial organisms by flow cytometry using near‐UV excitation of Hoechst 34580‐stained DNA6
Predicting dissolved organic carbon concentration in a dynamic salt marsh creek via machine learning6
phytoclass: A pigment‐based chemotaxonomic method to determine the biomass of phytoplankton classes6
Introducing the TiDyWAVE field flume: A method to quantify natural ecosystem resilience against future storm waves6
Long‐term intercomparison of two pCO2 instruments based on ship‐of‐opportunity measurements in a dynamic shelf sea environment6
Effects of random forest modeling decisions on biogeochemical time series predictions6
Hydroacoustic Autonomous boat for Remote fish detection in LakE (HARLE), an unmanned autonomous surface vehicle to monitor fish populations in lakes6
Automatic recognition of flow cytometric phytoplankton functional groups using convolutional neural networks5
The detection of bacterial exometabolites in marine dissolved organic matter through ultrahigh‐resolution mass spectrometry5
Applying fluorescence in situ hybridization to aquatic systems with cyanobacteria blooms: Autofluorescence suppression and high‐throughput image analysis5
Estimating pelagic primary production in lakes: Comparison of 14C incubation and free‐water O2 approaches5
The human factor: Weather bias in manual lake water quality monitoring5
Effect of dissolved oxygen on nitrogen and phosphorus fluxes from lake sediments and their thresholds based on incubation using a simple and stable dissolved oxygen control method5
Application of purge and trap‐atmospheric pressure chemical ionization‐tandem mass spectrometry for the determination of dimethyl sulfide in seawater5
Characterization of the gassy sediment layer in shallow water using an acoustical method: Lake Kinneret as a case study5
Surface elevation change evaluation in mangrove forests using a low‐cost, rapid‐scan terrestrial laser scanner5
Evaluating benthic flux measurements from a gradient flux system5
Sampling uncertainties of particle size distributions and derived fluxes4
A novel method to study the fragmentation behavior of marine snow aggregates in controlled shear flow4
Characterization and modification of the molecular weight distribution within dissolved organic matter using flow field‐flow fractionation4
ΔO2/N2′ as a tracer of mixed layer net community production: Theoretical considerations and proof‐of‐concept4
Characterizing the three‐dimensional distribution of schooling reef fish with a portable multibeam echosounder4
A portable underway flow‐through sampler for rapid survey of contaminated river plumes in coastal waters4
Sulfate biosensor for environmental applications4
Comparison of spectrophotometric and electrochemical pH measurements for calculating freshwater pCO24
Introducing the Self‐Cleaning FiLtrAtion for Water quaLity SenSors (SC‐FLAWLeSS) system4
Multiple sampling methods to develop indices of mid‐trophic levels abundance in open ocean ecosystems4
Determination of phosphate in seawater by ion chromatography inductively coupled plasma sector field mass spectrometry4
Long‐term stability and storage of meta‐cresol purple solutions for seawaterpHmeasurements4
Effects of filtration timing and pore size on measured nutrient concentrations in environmental water samples4
A low‐cost modular control system for multistressor experiments4
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