First, a list of the most highly-cited ecology papers published in the last 10 years (in any journal, not just ecology journals).
That list is entirely comprised of papers on just four broad topics.
And FWIW, I have some new thoughts on this little exercise and what it says about my own research program.
So below the fold are Web of Science data on three categories of papers.
covers all aspects of ecology, the environment, and related subjects, focusing on global issues, broadly impacting research, cross-disciplinary or multi-country endeavors, new techniques and technologies, new approaches to old problems, and practical applications of ecological science.
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It drove home to me just how disconnected my own work is from much of the mainstream of ecology, in terms of both topics and approaches.
I mean, yes, I’ve worked a fair bit on biodiversity and ecosystem function, which is connected to ecosystem services.
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