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Most Cited and Accessed Paper Awards

Progress in Earth and Planetary Science is very pleased to be able to present you the ‘PEPS Most Cited Paper Awards’ and the ‘PEPS Most Accessed Paper Awards’. Congratulations on the success of the papers to the respective authors.


The Most Cited Paper Awards 2020
 

This award is presented to one or more highly cited papers published between 1 January 2017 and 31 December 2018. Only citations in papers which are published during 2019 are counted, and these citations must be acknowledged by Web of Science.


Research 
Refinement of Miocene sea level and monsoon events from the sedimentary archive of the Maldives (Indian Ocean)

Christian Betzler, Gregor P. Eberli, Thomas Lüdmann, Jesús Reolid, Dick Kroon, John J. G. Reijmer, Peter K. Swart, James D. Wright, Jeremy R. Young, Carlos A. Alvarez-Zarikian, Montserrat Alonso-García, Or M. Bialik, Clara L. Blättler, Junhua Adam Guo, Sébastien Haffen, Senay Horozal, Mayuri Inoue, Luigi Jovane, Luca Lanci, Juan Carlos, Anna Ling Hui Mee,Masatoshi Nakakuni, Bejugam Nagender Nath, Kaoru Niino, Loren M. Petruny, Santi D. Pratiwi, Angela L. Slagle, Craig R. Sloss, Xiang Su and Zhengquan Yao

Published: 22 January 2018
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 2018 5:5
Cited count in 2019 (based on WoS): 21


Review
Structural context and variation of ocean plate stratigraphy, Franciscan Complex, California: insight into mélange origins and subduction-accretion processes

John Wakabayashi

Published: 7 July 2017
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 2017 4:18
Cited count in 2019 (based on WoS): 12


Research 
Landslides triggered by an earthquake and heavy rainfalls at Aso volcano, Japan, detected by UAS and SfM-MVS photogrammetry
 
Hitoshi Saito, Shoichiro Uchiyama, Yuichi S. Hayakawa and Hiroyuki Obanawa

Published: 1 March 2018
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 2018 5:18
Cited count in 2019 (based on WoS): 10
 

Paper with full data attached 
High-resolution and high-precision correlation of dark and light layers in the Quaternary hemipelagic sediments of the Japan Sea recovered during IODP Expedition 346

Ryuji Tada, Tomohisa Irino, Ken Ikehara, Akinori Karasuda, Saiko Sugisaki, Chuang Xuan, Takuya Sagawa, Takuya Itaki, Yoshimi Kubota, Song Lu, Arisa Seki, Richard W Murray, Carlos Alvarez-Zarikian, William T. Jr Anderson, Maria-Angela Bassetti, Bobbi J. Brace, Steven C. Clemens, Marcio H. da Costa Gurgel, Gerald R. Dickens, Ann G. Dunlea, Stephen J. Gallagher, Liviu Giosan, Andrew C.G. Henderson, Ann E. Holbourn, Christopher W. Kinsley, Gwang Soo Lee, Kyung Eun Lee, Johanna Lofi, Christina I.C.D. Lopes, Mariem Saavedra Pellitero, Larry C. Peterson, Raj K. Singh, Samuel Toucanne, Shimng Wan, Hongbo Zheng and Martin Ziegler

Published: 26 March 2018
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 2018 5:19
Cited count in 2019 (based on WoS): 10



The Most Downloaded Paper Awards 2020
 

This award is presented to one or more highly accessed and downloaded papers published between 1 January 2018 and 31 December 2019 with accessed being counted up to the end of 2019.


Review 
DYAMOND: the DYnamics of the Atmospheric general circulation Modeled On Non-hydrostatic Domains 

Bjorn Stevens, Masaki Satoh, Ludovic Auger, Joachim Biercamp, Christopher S. Bretherton, Xi Chen, Peter Düben, Falko Judt, Marat Khairoutdinov, Daniel Klocke, Chihiro Kodama, Luis Kornblueh, Shian-Jiann Lin, Philipp Neumann, William M. Putman, Niklas Röber, Ryosuke Shibuya, Benoit Vanniere, Pier Luigi Vidale, Nils Wedi and Linjiong Zhou 

Published: 30 September 2019
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 2019 6:61
Accessed and downloaded count from the published date to 31 December 2019: 4,635


Research [Atmospheric and hydrospheric sciences]
Deep learning approach for detecting tropical cyclones and their precursors in the simulation by a cloud-resolving global nonhydrostatic atmospheric model 

Daisuke Matsuoka, Masuo Nakano, Daisuke Sugiyama and Seiichi Uchida 

Published: 19 December 2018
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 2018 5:80
Accessed and downloaded count from the published date to 31 December 2019: 4,422


Review
Perspective on the response of marine calcifiers to global warming and ocean acidification – Behavior of corals and foraminifera in a high CO2 world “hot house”

Hodaka Kawahata, Kazuhiko Fujita, Akira Iguchi, Mayuri Inoue, Shinya Iwasaki, Azumi Kuroyanagi, Ayumi Maeda, Takuya Manaka, Kazuyoshi Moriya, Haruka Takagi, Takashi Toyofuku, Toshihiro Yoshimura and Atsushi Suzuki

Published: 17 January 2019
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 2019 6:5
Accessed and downloaded count from the published date to 31 December 2019: 4,173
 

Past winners of the Most Cited and Accessed Paper Awards
 

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