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Since the start in 2007, the centre has accumulated more than 700 journal publications.
In 2015 alone some 40 of them appeared in journals with an impact factor at/or above 4, such as The Lancet, Trends in Ecology and Evolution, Nature Climate Change, Nature Communication, Global Change Biology, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, Proceedings of the Royal Society B and Global Environmental Change. Some 50 articles were published in the interdisciplinary journals Ambio, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, Ecological Economics, Ecology and Society, Global Environmental Change, Marine Policy, Plos One, and Sustainability.
Citations of SRC publications continue to increase from 3444 in 2014 to 4710 in 2015 and are approaching 15000 in total in the ISI web of Science.
It is exciting to note that several of the publications are acknowledged as highly cited papers by Essential Science Indicators – six papers among those published during 2015 and 8 % (>50 publications) of all SRC papers.
Highly cited papers are those that received enough citations to place the in the top 1 % of their academic field.
The Steffen et al. 2015 science paper on planetary boundaries is number 50 in the ALTMETRIC top 100 research papers of all fields in 2015. ALTMETRIC is based on public attention in terms of news stories, blog posts, tweets, Facebook posts, Google Plus posts, Wikipedia references and research highlight platforms.
Annual citation increase of centre publications.