npj Climate and Atmospheric Science

(The H4-Index of npj Climate and Atmospheric Science is 30. 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 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
Biomass waste utilisation in low-carbon products: harnessing a major potential resource209
Half the world’s population are exposed to increasing air pollution141
Improved calculation of warming-equivalent emissions for short-lived climate pollutants133
Designing vegetation barriers for urban air pollution abatement: a practical review for appropriate plant species selection114
‘Eastern African Paradox’ rainfall decline due to shorter not less intense Long Rains63
Increased European heat waves in recent decades in response to shrinking Arctic sea ice and Eurasian snow cover60
Lifecycle of light-absorbing carbonaceous aerosols in the atmosphere59
Australia’s Black Summer pyrocumulonimbus super outbreak reveals potential for increasingly extreme stratospheric smoke events55
Causes of large projected increases in hurricane precipitation rates with global warming55
Anthropogenic warming and intraseasonal summer monsoon variability amplify the risk of future flash droughts in India53
Decadal predictability of North Atlantic blocking and the NAO50
Warming and drying over the central Himalaya caused by an amplification of local mountain circulation49
Frequency of severe thunderstorms across Europe expected to increase in the 21st century due to rising instability47
Increased rainfall stimulates permafrost thaw across a variety of Interior Alaskan boreal ecosystems47
The Cape Town “Day Zero” drought and Hadley cell expansion47
Future exacerbation of hot and dry summer monsoon extremes in India46
Increased occurrence of high impact compound events under climate change46
Business-as-usual will lead to super and ultra-extreme heatwaves in the Middle East and North Africa43
Nowcasting lightning occurrence from commonly available meteorological parameters using machine learning techniques42
Exploring dependence of COVID-19 on environmental factors and spread prediction in India41
Future changes in monsoon duration and precipitation using CMIP640
Incorrect Asian aerosols affecting the attribution and projection of regional climate change in CMIP6 models39
On the curious case of the recent decade, mid-spring precipitation deficit in central Europe39
Estimating global mean sea-level rise and its uncertainties by 2100 and 2300 from an expert survey38
Sea ice and atmospheric circulation shape the high-latitude lapse rate feedback36
Historical total ozone radiative forcing derived from CMIP6 simulations35
Ocean fertilization by pyrogenic aerosol iron34
Global climatology and trends in convective environments from ERA5 and rawinsonde data33
Further improvement of warming-equivalent emissions calculation32
Serial clustering of extratropical cyclones: a review of where, when and why it occurs32
Intraseasonal variability of global land monsoon precipitation and its recent trend30
Using UNSEEN trends to detect decadal changes in 100-year precipitation extremes30