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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 30/172 (Geosciences Multidisciplinary)
Online ISSN: 1365-2117
Please click on the links below to read the most cited papers published in Basin Research in 2013 and 2014:
Tectono-sedimentary evolution of the western Corinth rift (Central Greece)
Ford, Mary; Rohais, Sebastian; Williams, Edward A; et al.
Magnetic anomalies associated with salt tectonism, deep structure and regional tectonics in the Maritimes Basin, Atlantic Canada
Hayward, N.; Dehler, S. A.; Grant, A. C.; et al.
Source-to-sink analysis of ancient sedimentary systems using a subsurface case study from the More-Trondelag area of southern Norway: Part 1-depositional setting and fan evolution
Somme, Tor O.; Jackson, Christopher A-L.; Vaksdal, Monica
Source-to-sink analysis of ancient sedimentary systems using a subsurface case study from the More-Trondelag area of southern Norway: Part 2-sediment dispersal and forcing mechanisms
Somme, Tor O.; Jackson, Christopher A-L.
Strike-slip tectonics and basin inversion in the Western Mediterranean: the Post-Messinian evolution of the Alboran Sea
Martinez-Garcia, P.; Comas, M.; Soto, J. I.; et al.
Tectono-sedimentary Evolution of Early Pennsylvanian Alluvial Systems at the Onset of the Alleghanian Orogeny, Pocahontas Basin, Virginia
Grimm, R. P.; Eriksson, K.; Carbaugh, J.
A model for post-orogenic development of a mountain range and its foreland
Tucker, G. E.; van der Beek, P.