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Tag Archives: ISI
Ryan McAllister and others use the network mapping methods of Martin Rosvall and Carl T Bergstrom (see previous post) to analyze the research impact of Australian arid lands literature in the paper - McAllister et al. 2009. Research impact within … Continue reading
A nice 2008 PNAS paper Maps of random walks on complex networks reveal community structure (PNAS 105, 1118) [pdf] by Martin Rosvall and Carl T Bergstrom creates beautiful and informative visualizations of citation networks in science (from 2004 ISI data) … Continue reading
The impact of journals over the short and the long term is often quite different. ScienceWatch.com presents journal impact factors based on the longer term impact of journals in environmental science and environmental studies. Below are rankings in environmental science … Continue reading
Research addressing ecosystem services is rapidly increasing. The graph shows increases in the number of papers following publications of Daily’s Nature’s services in 1997 and the MA in 2005. Note: the graph is based on searching ISI web of science … Continue reading