Factors affecting citation rates in environmental science

@article{Vanclay2013FactorsAC,
  title={Factors affecting citation rates in environmental science},
  author={Jerome K. Vanclay},
  journal={J. Informetrics},
  year={2013},
  volume={7},
  pages={265-271}
}
Analysis of 131 publications during 2006–2007 by staff of the School of Environmental Science and Management at Southern Cross University reveals that the journal impact factor, article length and type (i.e., article or review), and journal self-citations affect the citations accrued to 2012. Authors seeking to be well cited should aim to write comprehensive and substantial review articles, and submit them to journals with a high impact factor which has previously carried articles on the topic… CONTINUE READING

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