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Ocean acidification and climate change
Just a few years ago, the ocean seemed to be a good natural buffer for climate change. Now, researchers like Scott Doney are rethinking to what extent this is still true.
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Now accepting applications for the Eugene Garfield Award for innovation in Citation Analysis
Dr. Garfield had many interests related to information technology, but one of the key threads across all of them is citation analysis and its impact on information retrieval, research assessment and the study of the science of science. To honor his legacy, Clarivate Analytics has established the Eugene Garfield Award for Innovation in Citation Analysis.

The deadline to apply is June 14, 2017 at 11PM EST.
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Cited Reference searching in Web of Science
There are more than one Billion cited references in the Web of Science, and they can ALL be searched with the Cited References Search, whether or not these cited works are indexed in our databases or not.
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Bringing Systematic Review to Climate Research
Every day, researchers around the world are making a difference toward advancing our understanding of climate change and its impact on the Earth and on important aspects of our lives, including our health.

One such research team, led by Professor Sir Andy Haines of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, is studying how climate change impacts nutrition by altering the quantity and quality of crops that are growing around the world
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Training: Promote Your Research: Gathering and Analyzing Citations for Evaluation
Do you need to quantify your research impact? Learn how to gather and report on the citations to your published articles using Web of Science.
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