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Highly Cited 14 Articles Published in EPS

Web of Science picked the following 14 articles published in EPS as "highly cited papers". As of January/February 2019, these highly cited papers received enough citations to place it in the top 1% of the academic field of Geosciences based on a highly cited threshold for the field and publication year. Don't miss spotlighted papers published in EPS!

From Section 1. Geomagnetism

  • Finlay et al. (2016): Recent geomagnetic secular variation from Swarm and ground observatories as estimated in the CHAOS-6 geomagnetic field model
  • Thebault et al. (2015): International Geomagnetic Reference Field: the 12th generation

From Section 3. Space science

  • Miyoshi et al. (2018): Geospace exploration project ERG
  • Kasahara et al. (2018): The Plasma Wave Experiment (PWE) on board the Arase (ERG) satellite
  • Kumamoto et al. (2018): High Frequency Analyzer (HFA) of Plasma Wave Experiment (PWE) onboard the Arase spacecraft
  • Matsuda et al. (2018): Onboard software of Plasma Wave Experiment aboard Arase: instrument management and signal processing of Waveform Capture/Onboard Frequency Analyzer
  • Ozaki et al. (2018): Magnetic Search Coil (MSC) of Plasma Wave Experiment (PWE) aboard the Arase (ERG) satellite
  • Kasahara et al. (2018): Medium-energy particle experiments—electron analyzer (MEP-e) for the exploration of energization and radiation in geospace (ERG) mission
  • Matsuoka et al. (2018): The ARASE (ERG) magnetic field investigation
  • Katoh et al. (2018): Software-type Wave–Particle Interaction Analyzer on board the Arase satellite

From Section 4. Seismology

  • Asano and Iwata (2016): Source rupture processes of the foreshock and mainshock in the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake sequence estimated from the kinematic waveform inversion of strong motion data

Articles Published by TERRAPUB

  • Shao et al. (2011): Focal mechanism and slip history of the 2011 Mw 9.1 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake, constrained with teleseismic body and surface waves
  • Lay et al. (2011): Possible large near-trench slip during the 2011 Mw 9.0 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake
  • Fujii et al. (2011): Tsunami source of the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake