Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Climate Change

(The TQCC of Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Climate Change is 16. 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 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
The Southern Annular Mode: Variability, trends, and climate impacts across the Southern Hemisphere123
Climate change impacts on cultural heritage: A literature review122
Unraveling the influence of atmospheric evaporative demand on drought and its response to climate change98
Online misinformation about climate change92
Negative emissions and the long history of carbon removal85
Low‐carbon transition risks for finance80
Youth perceptions of climate change: A narrative synthesis78
Toward transformative climate justice: An emerging research agenda68
Public participation, engagement, and climate change adaptation: A review of the research literature64
Climate change adaptation in SIDS: A systematic review of the literature pre and post the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report63
Physical and policy pathways to net‐zero emissions industry58
Just urban transitions: Toward a research agenda54
Convection‐permitting modeling with regional climate models: Latest developments and next steps52
Climate journalism in a changing media ecosystem: Assessing the production of climate change‐related news around the world52
The effect of carbon pricing on technological change for full energy decarbonization: A review of empirical ex‐post evidence51
Four approaches to anticipatory climate governance: Different conceptions of the future and implications for the present44
Ten years after Copenhagen: Reimagining climate change governance in urban areas42
Deliberate decline: An emerging frontier for the study and practice of decarbonization41
Framing “nature‐based” solutions to climate change41
Contested framings of greenhouse gas removal and its feasibility: Social and political dimensions40
Climate activism and its effects40
Social scientific knowledge in times of crisis: What climate change can learn from coronavirus (and vice versa)37
Climate and society in European history35
Deliberative democracy and the climate crisis35
A review of agent‐based modeling of climate‐energy policy34
Solar geoengineering: The case for an international non‐use agreement33
Multispecies justice: Climate‐just futures with, for and beyond humans32
Observed and projected changes in global climate zones based on Köppen climate classification30
Integrating social protection and climate change adaptation: A review30
Integrating new sea‐level scenarios into coastal risk and adaptation assessments: An ongoing process29
Climate risk assessments and science‐based targets: A review of emerging private sector climate action tools28
Assessing precipitation trends in the Americas with historical data: A review27
Politics of attributing extreme events and disasters to climate change27
Climate change and the hydropower sector: A global review27
Muslims and climate change: How Islam, Muslim organizations, and religious leaders influence climate change perceptions and mitigation activities26
Linking climate change, environmental degradation, and migration: An update after 10 years26
The nature, significance, and influence of perceived personal experience of climate change26
Climate change in the Chinese mind: An overview of public perceptions at macro and micro levels25
Risk? Crisis? Emergency? Implications of the new climate emergency framing for governance and policy24
Governing climate risks in the face of normative uncertainties23
Antarctic ecosystem responses following ice‐shelf collapse and iceberg calving: Science review and future research22
A history of the global carbon budget22
Climate finance governance: Fit for purpose?22
The practice of responsible research and innovation in “climate engineering”22
Enabling assessment of distributive justice through models for climate change planning: A review of recent advances and a research agenda22
Clouds, radiation, and atmospheric circulation in the present‐day climate and under climate change22
Paleoenvironmental humanities: Challenges and prospects of writing deep environmental histories21
Environmental records from coral skeletons: A decade of novel insights and innovation21
Transparency, trust, and integrated assessment models: An ethical consideration for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change21
Modeling myths: On DICE and dynamic realism in integrated assessment models of climate change mitigation21
Preserving the coupled atmosphere–ocean feedback in initializations of decadal climate predictions21
The impacts of heat stress on animal cognition: Implications for adaptation to a changing climate20
Understanding and assessing uncertainty of observational climate datasets for model evaluation using ensembles20
Risks to future atoll habitability from climate‐driven environmental changes20
Climate change and phenology20
Four scenarios of the energy transition: Drivers, consequences, and implications for geopolitics19
The Coupled Model Intercomparison Project: History, uses, and structural effects on climate research18
Affective adaptation = effective transformation? Shifting the politics of climate change adaptation and transformation from the status quo18
Implications of climate change for railway infrastructure18
Fighting the future: The politics of climate policy failure in Australia (2015–2020)17
Long‐term projections of sea‐level rise from ice sheets17
Mangrove forests under climate change in a 2°C world17
The politics and governance of research into solar geoengineering16
The diffusion of climate change adaptation policy16
From fossil to low carbon: The evolution of global public energy innovation16