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Since the start in 2007, the centre has accumulated more than 700 journal publications.
In 2016 alone, Stockholm Resilience Centre researchers published about 150 scientific articles in 2016. They appeared in 84 different scientific journals, including articles in the leading and high-impact-factor journals Science, Nature, The Lancet, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA (PNAS), Nature Communications, Trends in Ecology and Evolution, Current Biology, and Annual Review of Marine Science. More than a third of the articles were published in journals with an impact factor of 4 or above and more than a third in journals that support interdisciplinary work across the natural and social sciences.
Citations of SRC publications continued to increase, reaching about 6000 in 2016 and now well beyond 20,000 in total in ISI Web of Science. Six of the 2016 articles are acknowledged as highly cited papers by Essential Science Indicators and about 8% (>60 publications) of all SRC papers. Highly cited papers are those that received enough citations to place them in the top 1% of their academic fields. One paper in Science and one in The Lancet are recognised as hot papers. Hot papers are those that received enough citations in the last two years to place them in the top 0.1% of papers in their academic fields.
Research news | 2017-06-22
Fisheries in least developed countries among world’s most vulnerable to climate change
Research news | 2017-06-21
Placed-based sustainability efforts often fail to recognise the risk of piling up the environmental pressure elsewhere
Research news | 2017-06-15
How an ongoing project aims to develop positive visions of the Anthropocene for southern Africa and beyond
General news | 2017-06-13
Centre director selected from a global short-list of remarkable candidates demonstrating "extraordinary leadership in mid-career"
Research news | 2017-06-12
New study explores how information and collaboration influence governance networks, and highlights trade-offs and benefits of using adaptive policies
Educational news | 2017-06-12
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