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Scientometric discovery of research contributions of the journal “nature climate change” during 2011

Library Herald Year : 2022, Volume : 60, Issue : 3 First page : ( 51) Last page : ( 67) Print ISSN : 0024-2292. Online ISSN : 0976-2469. Article DOI : 10.5958/0976-2469.2022.00029.X

Scientometric discovery of research contributions of the journal “nature climate change” during 2011–2020

Das Tapas Kumar1, Behera Mukesh2, Makwana Jignesh3, Shukla Akhandanand4 1Research Scholar PG Department of Library & Information ScienceSardar Patel University, Anand SLIA, IITGandhinagar Email: tapaskumar.mu@gmail.com 2Library Professional TraineeIITGandhinagar Email: mukeshbehera25@gmail.com 3Assistant Professor PG Department of Library & Information ScienceSardar Patel University, Anand Email: jignesh.makwana2182@gmail.com 4Associate Professor Department of Library & Information ScienceCentral University of Tamil Nadu, Thiruvarur Email: akhandanandshukla@gmail.com Abstract The study looks at the scientometric traits of the Nature Climate Change (NCC) journal and the papers that were extracted from the Scopus database between 2011 and 2020.The analysis and visualisations for the study were done using RStudio and VOSviewer. The analysis indicated an upward trend in the number of publications in NCC from 2011 to 2020; carbon emissions, climate change, global warming, greenhouse gases, and carbon dioxide were the key research topics; the top authors were from the United States and the United Kingdom.Since the study depends on information obtained from the Scopus database, any database limitations may have an impact on the results of the study. Keywords Bibliographic Coupling, Citation Analysis, Country Collaboration, Co-authorship Pattern, Co-citation, Keyword Co-occurrence, RStudio, Scopus, Scientometrics, VOSviewer.

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