Annual Review of Marine Science

(The TQCC of Annual Review of Marine Science is 35. 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.)
Marine Microbial Assemblages on Microplastics: Diversity, Adaptation, and Role in Degradation247
Marine Heatwaves221
Climate-Driven Shifts in Marine Species Ranges: Scaling from Organisms to Communities199
Observing the Global Ocean with Biogeochemical-Argo145
Antarctic Futures: An Assessment of Climate-Driven Changes in Ecosystem Structure, Function, and Service Provisioning in the Southern Ocean122
Changing Tides: The Role of Natural and Anthropogenic Factors117
The Biogeochemistry of Marine Polysaccharides: Sources, Inventories, and Bacterial Drivers of the Carbohydrate Cycle89
Phytoplankton in the Tara Ocean84
Biological Impacts of Marine Heatwaves83
Ocean Acidification and Coastal Marine Invertebrates: Tracking CO2Effects from Seawater to the Cell73
The Emerging Ecological and Biogeochemical Importance of Sponges on Coral Reefs66
Emerging Solutions to Return Nature to the Urban Ocean60
Natural and Anthropogenic Drivers of Acidification in Large Estuaries55
Marine Parasites and Disease in the Era of Global Climate Change55
Upwelling Bays: How Coastal Upwelling Controls Circulation, Habitat, and Productivity in Bays54
GEOTRACES: Accelerating Research on the Marine Biogeochemical Cycles of Trace Elements and Their Isotopes50
The Hydrodynamics of Jellyfish Swimming49
Improving Predictions of Salt Marsh Evolution Through Better Integration of Data and Models49
Environmental DNA Metabarcoding: A Novel Method for Biodiversity Monitoring of Marine Fish Communities47
Vascular Plants Are Globally Significant Contributors to Marine Carbon Fluxes and Sinks45
New Microbial Biodiversity in Marine Sediments45
Machine Learning for the Study of Plankton and Marine Snow from Images45
Production of Extracellular Reactive Oxygen Species by Marine Biota45
Evolution, Microbes, and Changing Ocean Conditions41
Earth, Wind, Fire, and Pollution: Aerosol Nutrient Sources and Impacts on Ocean Biogeochemistry41
Oceanic Frontogenesis39
The Role of Symbioses in the Adaptation and Stress Responses of Marine Organisms39
The Complexity of Spills: The Fate of the Deepwater Horizon Oil35