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    Awards

    The Most Cited Paper Award 2019

    We are delighted to announce that The Progress in Earth and Planetary Science Most cited paper award 2018 were presented to the top-three most cited papers published in 2016 – 2017.

    Based on the number of citations during 2018 acknowledged by Web of Science, these papers are:

    First place Cited count : 15

    Review [Solid earth science]

    Philippine Sea Plate inception, evolution, and consumption with special emphasis on the early stages of Izu-Bonin-Mariana subduction

    Serge Lallemand

    Published: 12 May 2016

    SpringerOpen

    Second place Cited count : 11

    Review [Solid earth sciences]

    Northern Eurasia Future Initiative (NEFI): facing the challenges and pathways of global change in the twenty-first century

    Pavel Groisman, Herman Shugart, David Kicklighter, Geoffrey Henebry, Nadezhda Tchebakova, Shamil Maksyutov, Erwan Monier, Garik Gutman, Sergey Gulev, Jiaguo Qi, Alexander Prishchepov, Elena Kukavskaya, Boris Porfiriev, Alexander Shiklomanov, Tatiana Loboda, Nikolay Shiklomanov, Son Nghiem, Kathleen Bergen, Jana Albrechtov√°, Jiquan Chen, Maria Shahgedanova, Anatoly Shvidenko, Nina Speranskaya, Amber Soja, Kirsten de Beurs, Olga Bulygina, Jessica McCarty, Qianlai Zhuang and Olga Zolina

    Published: 27 December 2017

    SpringerOpen

    Second place Cited count : 10

    Research [Atmospheric and hydrospheric sciences]

    Model depiction of the atmospheric flows of radioactive cesium emitted from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station accident

    Teruyuki Nakajima, Shota Misawa, Yu Morino, Haruo Tsuruta, Daisuke Goto, Junya Uchida, Toshihiko Takemura, Toshimasa Ohara, Yasuji Oura, Mitsuru Ebihara and Masaki Satoh

    Published: 23 January 2017

    SpringerOpen