Mapping of Cyprinus carpio research: a global perspectives

Publication Year:
2018
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Repository URL:
http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/1750
Author(s):
Kumaresan, Ramasamy; Vinitha, Krishnan; Kannan, Kattari
Tags:
Scientometric study; Cyprinus carpio; Common carp; Relative collaboration; Citation impact; Library and Information Science
article description
Considering the importance of fish culture to meet out the needs of livelihood and nutrition, this study has been carried out to identify the highly productivity institutions, author, country, countries international collaboration and citation impact on Cyprinus carpio research. This study revealed that USA was the predominant country contributed more number of publications with low relative collaboration. Svobodova, Z from Czech Republic contributed more number of publications, whereas none from USA came under top 20 authors. Though Chinese Academy of Science, China was ranked 1st in total publication, the relative collaboration 14th position only. The Netherlands and Agricultural University of Wageningen had the highest relative citation impact. Aquaculture from Elsevier was ranked 1st among the journals.