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Salvador Carranza among the PLOS ONE most-cited authors of 2018 and 2017

Salvador Carranza among the PLOS ONE most-cited authors of 2018 and 2017

IBE sot-director and researcher Salvador Carranza has been highlighted for having one of the PLOS ONE most-cited papers of 2018 and also 2017.

25.11.2019

 

IBE sot-director and researcher Salvador Carranza has been highlighted for having one of the PLOS ONE most-cited papers of 2018 and also 2017.

In particular, his study Diversity, distribution and conservation of the terrestrial reptiles of Oman (Sauropsida, Squamata) is among the 10 more influential studies of 2018 in the field of ecology.

His study Cryptic diversity in Ptyodactylus (Reptilia: Gekkonidae) from the northern Hajar Mountains of Oman and the United Arab Emirates uncovered by an integrative taxonomic approach is among the 10% of most cited papers of 2017.

 

To celebrate their broad reach, the Open Access Journal PLOS ONE  has put together a collections of their most impactful work from 201520162017, and 2018 in disciplines ranging from biotechnology to virology that has engaged readers through citations, views, and downloads over the past few years. These studies reflect the quality and breadth of reach that authors’ research has.

 

PLOS ONE is an open access journal commuitted to publishing well-performed research and amplifying its discoverability so that it reaches communities where it has the most impact. To celebrate their broad reach, the Open Access Journal PLOS ONE  has put together a collections of their most impactful work from 201520162017, and 2018 in disciplines ranging from biotechnology to virology that has engaged readers through citations, views, and downloads over the past few years. 

 

Links of interest:

https://collections.plos.org/s/plos-one-2018-most-impactful

https://collections.plos.org/s/plos-one-2017-most-impactful

 

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