Frontiers in Marine Science

(The H4-Index of Frontiers in Marine Science is 52. 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 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Projected Marine Heatwaves in the 21st Century and the Potential for Ecological Impact251
Current Status of the Algae Production Industry in Europe: An Emerging Sector of the Blue Bioeconomy209
The Globalization of Cultural Eutrophication in the Coastal Ocean: Causes and Consequences151
The Effects of Ship Noise on Marine Mammals—A Review148
UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration 2021–2030—What Chance for Success in Restoring Coastal Ecosystems?148
Borealization of the Arctic Ocean in Response to Anomalous Advection From Sub-Arctic Seas141
Microplastic Pollution in Deep-Sea Sediments From the Great Australian Bight116
Spatial Epidemiology of the Stony-Coral-Tissue-Loss Disease in Florida107
Kelp Forest Restoration in Australia95
Pathogenesis of a Tissue Loss Disease Affecting Multiple Species of Corals Along the Florida Reef Tract90
Mangrove Rehabilitation and Restoration as Experimental Adaptive Management84
Changing Biogeochemistry of the Southern Ocean and Its Ecosystem Implications82
A High-Resolution Global Dataset of Extreme Sea Levels, Tides, and Storm Surges, Including Future Projections82
Argo Data 1999–2019: Two Million Temperature-Salinity Profiles and Subsurface Velocity Observations From a Global Array of Profiling Floats80
Resistance, Extinction, and Everything in Between – The Diverse Responses of Seaweeds to Marine Heatwaves79
Collaborative Database to Track Mass Mortality Events in the Mediterranean Sea79
Consistency and Challenges in the Ocean Carbon Sink Estimate for the Global Carbon Budget78
A Global Review of Vessel Collisions With Marine Animals77
Land Use Impacts on Coral Reef Health: A Ridge-to-Reef Perspective73
Impacts of Global Change on Ocean Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC) Cycling73
Marine Vertebrate Biodiversity and Distribution Within the Central California Current Using Environmental DNA (eDNA) Metabarcoding and Ecosystem Surveys73
Automating the Analysis of Fish Abundance Using Object Detection: Optimizing Animal Ecology With Deep Learning72
Global Patterns in Marine Sediment Carbon Stocks71
Coral Reef Monitoring, Reef Assessment Technologies, and Ecosystem-Based Management69
Pan-Arctic Ocean Primary Production Constrained by Turbulent Nitrate Fluxes68
Marine Environmental Plastic Pollution: Mitigation by Microorganism Degradation and Recycling Valorization68
Processes and Microorganisms Involved in the Marine Nitrogen Cycle: Knowledge and Gaps67
Seine Plastic Debris Transport Tenfolded During Increased River Discharge66
Seagrass Restoration Is Possible: Insights and Lessons From Australia and New Zealand66
OceanGliders: A Component of the Integrated GOOS65
Global Drivers on Southern Ocean Ecosystems: Changing Physical Environments and Anthropogenic Pressures in an Earth System64
Marine Heatwave Stress Test of Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management in the Gulf of Alaska Pacific Cod Fishery64
Restore or Redefine: Future Trajectories for Restoration62
Carbon on the Northwest European Shelf: Contemporary Budget and Future Influences61
Will COVID-19 Containment and Treatment Measures Drive Shifts in Marine Litter Pollution?61
Positive Ecological Interactions and the Success of Seagrass Restoration60
Rapid Assessment of Floating Macroplastic Transport in the Rhine60
Eliminating Plastic Pollution: How a Voluntary Contribution From Industry Will Drive the Circular Plastics Economy59
South Atlantic Coral Reefs Are Major Global Warming Refugia and Less Susceptible to Bleaching58
The Essentials of Marine Biotechnology57
Moving Toward an Agenda on Ocean Health and Human Health in Europe57
Particulate Organic Carbon Deconstructed: Molecular and Chemical Composition of Particulate Organic Carbon in the Ocean55
A Review and Meta-Analysis of Potential Impacts of Ocean Acidification on Marine Calcifiers From the Southern Ocean55
Sinking Organic Particles in the Ocean—Flux Estimates From in situ Optical Devices54
Progress on Implementing Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management in the United States Through the Use of Ecosystem Models and Analysis54
Advancing Social Equity in and Through Marine Conservation54
Combining Ecosystem and Single-Species Modeling to Provide Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management Advice Within Current Management Systems52
Major Role of Surrounding Environment in Shaping Biofilm Community Composition on Marine Plastic Debris52
The Tropical Seagrass Halophila stipulacea: Reviewing What We Know From Its Native and Invasive Habitats, Alongside Identifying Knowledge Gaps52
Passive and Active Removal of Marine Microplastics by a Mushroom Coral (Danafungia scruposa)52
Meta-Analysis Reveals Artificial Reefs Can Be Effective Tools for Fish Community Enhancement but Are Not One-Size-Fits-All52
End Overfishing and Increase the Resilience of the Ocean to Climate Change52