(The TQCC of Anthropocene is 9. 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.)
How ecosystems services drive urban growth: Integrating nature-based solutions45
Hybrid infrastructures, hybrid governance: New evidence from Nairobi (Kenya) on green-blue-grey infrastructure in informal settlements42
Recent global land cover dynamics and implications for soil erosion and carbon losses from deforestation35
Global change in microcosms: Environmental and societal predictors of land cover change on the Atlantic Ocean Islands34
Teaching climate change in the Anthropocene: An integrative approach29
Greenhouse gas flux from stormwater ponds in southeastern Virginia (USA)26
The key role of canyons in funnelling litter to the deep sea: A study of the Gioia Canyon (Southern Tyrrhenian Sea)23
Multiscalar spatial analysis of urban flood risk and environmental justice in the Charlanta megaregion, USA21
Pandemics and the future of human-landscape interactions20
Impacts of land-cover changes on snow avalanche activity in the French Alps19
Heterogeneity of ecosystem function in an “Anthropocene” river system18
A survey-based assessment of perceived flood risk in urban areas of the United States18
Spatial prioritization for biodiversity conservation in a megadiverse country18
Ambient air quality of a less industrialized region of India (Kerala) during the COVID-19 lockdown17
Human-environmental interactions in Mediterranean climate regions from the Pleistocene to the Anthropocene17
Deciphering centurial anthropogenic pollution processes in large lakes dominated by socio-economic impacts15
Probabilistic mapping of flood hazards: Depicting uncertainty in streamflow, land use, and geomorphic adjustment15
Discrepancy in the responses of diatom diversity to indirect and direct human activities in lakes of the southeastern Tibetan Plateau, China15
Tropical wetland persistence through the Anthropocene: Multiproxy reconstruction of environmental change in a Maya agroecosystem14
Quantifying the Benefits of Home Buyouts for Mitigating Flood Damages14
Users’ views on cultural ecosystem services of urban parks: An importance-performance analysis of a case in Beijing, China14
Global-scale changes in the area of atoll islands during the 21st century13
The geological significance of novel anthropogenic materials: Deposits of industrial waste and by-products13
Trends in the succession of synanthropic vegetation on a reclaimed landfill in Poland12
Impacts of distinct spatial arrangements of impervious surfaces on runoff and sediment fluxes from laboratory experiments12
Engaging society and building participatory governance in a rural landscape restoration context12
Anthropogenic impacts and implications for ecological restoration in the Karoo, South Africa11
New archaeobotanical evidence reveals synchronous rice domestication 7600 years ago on south Hangzhou Bay coast, eastern China11
To dam or not to dam in an age of anthropocene: Insights from a genealogy of media discourses11
Human-driven atoll island expansion in the Maldives11
Recent anthropogenic climate change exceeds the rate and magnitude of natural Holocene variability on the Balearic Islands11
Assessing lead sources in fishes of the northeast Pacific Ocean10
Reconstructing two millennia of copper and silver metallurgy in the Lake Titicaca region (Bolivia/Peru) using trace metals and lead isotopic composition10
Riverscapes as natural infrastructure: Meeting challenges of climate adaptation and ecosystem restoration10
Viability of greenhouse gas removal via artificial addition of volcanic ash to the ocean10
Deciphering human and climatic controls on soil erosion in intensively cultivated landscapes after 1950 (Loire Valley, France)10
Modeling the geomorphic response to early river engineering works using CAESAR-Lisflood10
Sediment carbon storage increases in tropical, oligotrophic, high mountain lakes9
The Anthropocene fossil record of terrestrial mammals9
The role of indigenous practices in expanding waterbird habitat in the face of rising seas9
Paleoecological evidence for a multi-trophic regime shift in a perialpine lake (Lake Joux, Switzerland)9
A more complete accounting of greenhouse gas emissions and sequestration in urban landscapes9
Novel responses of diatoms in neotropical mountain lakes to indigenous and post-European occupation9
Plastics as a stratigraphic marker in fluvial deposits9
Unravelling the role of vegetation on the different trends between climatic and hydrologic drought in headwater catchments of Spain9
How do anthropogenic pressures affect the provision of ecosystem services of small mountain lakes?9
Legacy sediments in a European context: The example of infrastructure-induced sediments on the Rhône River9
Using long-term data to inform a decision pathway for restoration of ecosystem resilience9