Reviews of Geophysics

Papers
(The TQCC of Reviews of Geophysics is 45. 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 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
An Assessment of Earth's Climate Sensitivity Using Multiple Lines of Evidence491
Sudden Stratospheric Warmings206
Hydraulic Fracturing‐Induced Seismicity197
Deep Learning for Geophysics: Current and Future Trends194
Global and Regional Trends and Drivers of Fire Under Climate Change192
Climate Changes and Their Elevational Patterns in the Mountains of the World143
Climate Change and Weather Extremes in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East133
Anthropogenic Drought: Definition, Challenges, and Opportunities128
Ocean Alkalinity, Buffering and Biogeochemical Processes127
Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis at Regional and National Scales: State of the Art and Future Challenges94
Impact Forecasting to Support Emergency Management of Natural Hazards93
Satellite Remote Sensing of Global Land Surface Temperature: Definition, Methods, Products, and Applications78
Four Theories of the Madden‐Julian Oscillation77
The International Reference Ionosphere Model: A Review and Description of an Ionospheric Benchmark75
Spaceborne Cloud and Precipitation Radars: Status, Challenges, and Ways Forward73
Monsoons, ITCZs, and the Concept of the Global Monsoon64
Surface Water and Groundwater Interactions in Salt Marshes and Their Impact on Plant Ecology and Coastal Biogeochemistry62
From Fluid Flow to Coupled Processes in Fractured Rock: Recent Advances and New Frontiers61
Geomorphic and Sedimentary Effects of Modern Climate Change: Current and Anticipated Future Conditions in the Western United States61
Understanding of Contemporary Regional Sea‐Level Change and the Implications for the Future60
Updated Global Warming Potentials and Radiative Efficiencies of Halocarbons and Other Weak Atmospheric Absorbers59
Amazon Hydrology From Space: Scientific Advances and Future Challenges55
A Quarter Century ofWindSpacecraft Discoveries54
The Scientific Legacy of NASA’s Operation IceBridge51
Origin, Accretion, and Reworking of Continents51
The Sensitivity of the Antarctic Ice Sheet to a Changing Climate: Past, Present, and Future50
Polar Stratospheric Clouds: Satellite Observations, Processes, and Role in Ozone Depletion50
Secular Evolution of Continents and the Earth System45
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