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Nature's top 100 Re-revisited

Alberto Martín-Martín, Juan M. Ayllón, Emilio Delgado López-Cózar, Enrique Orduna-Malea
2015 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
Nature's Top 100 Re-Revisited Abstract: To mark the 50th anniversary of the Science Citation Index, Nature published a list of the 100 most-cited papers of all time.  ...  Dear Sir, In a recent letter published in the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, Bornmann (in press) criticizes Nature's top 100 ranking.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.23570 fatcat:bwgb433y5ncohcj7ykwpsqvaoe

The Puzzle of the Global Commons or The Tragedy of Inequality: Revisiting Hardin

Joyeeta Gupta
2018 Environment  
Revisiting "Growth" Economic growth is the aspiration of all governments. The World Economic Forum argues in favor of continuing growth.  ...  increase in their wealth in recent years. 16 Wealth can be translated into direct damage: For example, in terms of greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs), the richest 10% emit 50% of the emissions, 17 and 100  ...  TANDFONLINE .COM/VENV ENVIRONMENT 25 tuitive-unless the hegemon is committed to global stability through social and ecological inclusiveness, which requires revisiting the division of power between countries  ... 
doi:10.1080/00139157.2019.1540808 fatcat:hbotu3bz7bd7peqsfx3hcj6kk4

Page 309 of Biological Reviews Vol. 84, Issue 2 [page]

2009 Biological Reviews  
The cichlid fishes: nature’s grand experiment in Cynopterus evolution, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Perseus Publishing. Basoo, A. L. (1990).  ...  BrumM, H. & Top, D. (2002). regulation in a territorial songbird. BuCHER, M. (2003). The building in the cichlid fish, Cyathopharynx furcifer. ¢ ee ; !  ... 

"The Carnivore Way: Coexisting with and Conserving North America's Predators" by Cristina Eisenberg. 2014. [book review]

Jonathan Way
2015 Canadian field-naturalist  
Nature's parts are, particularly predators.  ...  In that re - gard, Eisenberg eloquently describes the need to revisit and rethink the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation where hunting dominates wildlife con- servation.  ... 
doi:10.22621/cfn.v129i1.1678 fatcat:i2r732bpfngt5puxycyavxn3gy

Page 18536 of Scientific American Supplement Vol. 45, Issue 1160 [page]

1898 Scientific American Supplement  
NATURE'S COMPASSES.  ...  Their special SED BY FEMALE RECLUSES. | trying to outdo the others, always bend their slender tops of new growth toward a southern sky.  ... 

Influential publications in ecological economics revisited

Robert Costanza, Richard B. Howarth, Ida Kubiszewski, Shuang Liu, Chunbo Ma, Gaël Plumecocq, David I. Stern
2016 Ecological Economics  
We revisit the analysis of Costanzaet al. (2004, Ecological Economics) of influential publications in ecological economics to discover what has changed a decade on.  ...  We revisit the analysis of Costanza et al. (2004) of influential publications in ecological economics to discover what has changed a decade on.  ...  140 ENVIRON SCI TECHNOL 63 J ENVIRON MANAGE 137 J ENVIRON ECON MANAG 62 ECOL SOC 127 LAND ECON 57 ENERG ECON 124 LAND USE POLICY 57 ENERGY 112 ENERG ECON 56 ENVIRON SCI TECHNOL 100  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.01.007 fatcat:5ix2tbrjtvaorfsgsylvtza3m4

Page 403 of New Outlook Vol. 22, Issue 19 [page]

1880 New Outlook  
AUTHOR OF ** BUILDING FROM THE TOP,” “* THE THREEFOLD GIFT OF GOD,” ETC.  ...  HAVING BEEN MANY TIMES RE- VISED, IT MAY BE CONSIDERED AS ENTIRELY FREE FROM ERRORS. HAVING BEEN REPEATED.  ... 

Nature's Compasses

1898 Scientific American  
NATURE'S COMPASSES.  ...  Further, there is not a particle of evidence to show that the extinct mammalia ever revisited those areas after the elose of the glacial period. A GUANCH CENOBY ON GRAN CANARIA ISLAND.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican03261898-18536bsupp fatcat:23v6nfgp3ne37hlakr4cqthusi

Page 279 of The Woman's Journal Vol. 15, Issue 35 [page]

1884 The Woman's Journal  
Y. _ ~ = — «= GERMANY REVISITED. BADENWEILER, JULY 27, 1854.  ...  Six Maps; Six fine Panoramas from the Mountain tops. $150. Thoroughly Revised in 1884, with Large Additions.  ... 

Re-imagining the driver–pressure–state–impact–response framework from an equity and inclusive development perspective

Joyeeta Gupta, Joeri Scholtens, Leisa Perch, Irene Dankelman, Joni Seager, Fülöp Sánder, Michael Stanley-Jones, Isabell Kempf
2019 Sustainability Science  
At the top of the income ladder, higher gender inequality is strongly associated with higher income shares in the top 10% income group (Gonzales et al. 2015; UNEP 2016a UNEP , 2016b .  ...  Conclusion In the Agenda 2030 Age, humans must share nature's contribution with each other and with nature.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11625-019-00708-6 fatcat:htrt6zkstbakxc5b3mipq3lqx4

Collective Robotics: From Social Insects to Robots

C. Ronald Kube, Hong Zhang
1993 Adaptive Behavior  
Nature's several examples of collective behavior have motivated our approach to controlling a multiple robot system using a group behavior.  ...  We then came back to our simulation environment and revisited the problem using re exive behaviors and an ALN for behavior arbitration.  ...  Nature's decentralized approach t o a c hieving collective tasks results in feasible versus optimal solutions.  ... 
doi:10.1177/105971239300200204 fatcat:ujfjta2sprda7hblgfmjfjxu3i

Mathematizing Nature's Messiness: Graphical Representations of Variation in Ecology, 1930-present

Laura J. Martin
2015 Environmental Humanities  
D is the polygon for 100 descendants of a single large individual. b is the polygon for 100 descendants of 50 smaller individuals. c is the polygon for 100 descendants of a single small individual.  ...  B is the polygon for 100 descendants of ten larger individuals.  ... 
doi:10.1215/22011919-3616335 fatcat:ebyfnfcoqrc3bprynkn2fn6ike

Noncoded Amino Acids in de Novo Metalloprotein Design: Controlling Coordination Number and Catalysis

Karl J. Koebke, Vincent L. Pecoraro
2019 Accounts of Chemical Research  
TRI-H Family Peptide Sequences for CuNiR Constructs Acc Chem Res.  ...  in rates, whereas alkylation of the histidine causing the same 100 mV shift, but this time lessening Cu(II) affinity, results in a 100-fold increase in activity.  ... 
doi:10.1021/acs.accounts.9b00032 pmid:30933479 pmcid:PMC6533121 fatcat:iyvuieiycvawdl63xv66tndpvu

Visual Attention and Applications in Multimedia Technologies

Patrick Le Callet, Ernst Niebur
2013 Proceedings of the IEEE  
In particular, we introduce the concepts of overt and covert visual attention, and of bottom-up and top-down processing.  ...  Assuming a maximal firing rate of these neurons of about 100 Hz results in a channel capacity of 100 Mbits per second per eye.  ...  INTRODUCTION S ELECTIVE attention is nature's answer to a problem that is present in all but the simplest organisms and increasingly also in machines: information overload.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2013.2265801 pmid:24489403 pmcid:PMC3902206 fatcat:oip5hqjpefb45l3guucjer6sle

HDO and H2O total column retrievals from TROPOMI shortwave infrared measurements

Remco Scheepmaker, Joost aan de Brugh, Haili Hu, Tobias Borsdorff, Christian Frankenberg, Camille Risi, Otto Hasekamp, Ilse Aben, Jochen Landgraf
2016 Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions  
Scenes with cloud top heights ≤ 1 km or very low fractions of high-level clouds, or scenes with an aerosol layer above a high surface albedo are not filtered out.  ...  a powerful diagnostic in the efforts to improve our understanding of the hydrological cycle and its role in climate change, as it provides insight in the source and transport history of water vapour, nature's  ...  This ensemble represents roughly what TROPOMI will observe in 5 min with a daily revisiting cycle.  ... 
doi:10.5194/amt-2016-113 fatcat:r6n4xuwqf5dwpdm6zgx4v4pwhi
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