Journal of Quaternary Science

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Edited By: G. A. T. Duller

Impact Factor: 2.469

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 21/49 (Geography Physical); 60/188 (Geosciences Multidisciplinary)

Online ISSN: 1099-1417

Most Accessed


These are the 10 most-accessed articles of the Journal of Quaternary Science published in 2015, in rank order. This data is taken from the Wiley Online Library usage statistics of downloads by subscribers to the Journal of both PDF and HTML versions of the articles.

Oxygen isotope and palaeotemperature records from six Greenland ice-core stations: Camp Century, Dye-3, GRIP, GISP2, Renland and NorthGRIP
Sigfus J. Johnsen, Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, Niels Gundestrup, Jørgen P. Steffensen, Henrik B. Clausen, Heinz Miller, Valerie Masson-Delmotte, Arny E. Sveinbjörnsdottir4 and James White

Using palaeoenvironmental DNA to reconstruct past environments: progress and prospects
NICOLAS J. RAWLENCE, DAVID J. LOWE, JAMIE R. WOOD, JENNIFER M. YOUNG, G. JOCK CHURCHMAN, YU-TUAN HUANG and ALAN COOPER

Study the past, if you would divine the future’: a retrospective on measuring and understanding Quaternary climate change
DANNY MCCARROLL

Holocene land- and sea-level changes in Great Britain
Ian Shennan and Ben Horton

Formal subdivision of the Holocene Series/Epoch: a Discussion Paper by a Working Group of INTIMATE (Integration of ice-core, marine and terrestrial records) and the Subcommission on Quaternary Stratigraphy (International Commission on Stratigraphy)
M. J. C. Walker, M. Berkelhammer, S. Björck, L. C. Cwynar, D. A. Fisher, A. J. Long, J. J. Lowe, R. M. Newnham, S. O. Rasmussen and H. Weiss

The geomorphological impact of Loch Lomond (Younger Dryas) Stadial plateau icefields in the central Lake District, northwest England
Derek A. McDougall

Measuring Quaternary time: A 50-year perspective
JOHN LOWE and MIKE WALKER

The current and future applications of ancient DNA in Quaternary science
TERENCE A. BROWN and IAN M. BARNES

Cryptotephras: the revolution in correlation and precision dating†
SIWAN M. DAVIES A

Lateglacial archaeological site in the far north-west of Europe at Rubha Port an t-Seilich, Isle of Islay, western Scotland: Ahrensburgian-style artefacts, absolute dating and geoarchaeology
STEVEN MITHEN, KAREN WICKS, ANNE PIRIE, FELIX RIEDE, CHRISTINE LANE, ROWENA BANERJEA, VICTORIA CULLEN, MATTHEW GITTINS and NICHOLAS PANKHURST

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