Citation Index - Environmental Science: An Indian Journal [15 Articles]

The articles published in Environmental Science: An Indian Journal have been cited 15 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Environmental Science: An Indian Journal.

  • Ali R, Abbas SZ, Hussain Z, Hussain K, Hayat A, et al. (2015) Bacteriological Analysis and Antibiogram of Pakistani Paper Currency Notes in Circulation in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. International Journal of Scientific Research in Environmental Sciences 3: 370-376.

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  • Dhahir SA (2015) Determination of Mercury and Manganese by Using New Reagent Azo after Cloud Point Extraction for Some Environmental Sample in Iraq. American Journal of Environmental Sciences 11: 392.

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  • Parker A (2015) The acorn adjustments of Australian temperatures are in the wrong direction. Physical Science International Journal 6: 245-52.

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  • Parker A (2015) Rebuttal to: ENGE-D-13-00994R2 “Modelling of lake level under climate change conditions: Lake Purrumbete in southeastern Australia” by Yihdego et al.(2015). Environmental geology 74: 5453-5456.

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  • Parker A, Ollier CD (2017) Discussion of the “Hottest Year on Record” in Australia. Quaestiones Geographicae 36: 79-91.

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  • Parker A (2016) Selective clearing of bush close to houses is the top bushfire mitigation strategy. Australian Planner 53: 152-155.

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  • ParkerA & Ollier C D (2015) Unreliability of global temperature trends: the circular logic of comparing models with models or with models inspired reconstructions to circumvent lack of validation versus actual measurements. Nonlinear Engineering 4: 249-259.

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  • Parker A. The “Artefacts” of Data Biases in Surface Temperatures are Hiding the Hiatus.

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  • Marinho CH, Giarratano E, Esteves JL, Narvarte MA, Gil MN (2017) Hazardous metal pollution in a protected coastal area from Northern Patagonia (Argentina). Environmental Science and Pollution Research 1-2.

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  • Parker A (2015) Rebuttal to: ENGE-D-13-00994R2 “Modelling of lake level under climate change conditions: Lake Purrumbete in southeastern Australia” by Yihdego et al.(2015). Environmental geology 74: 5453-5456.

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  • Parker A & Ollier CD (2017) Discussion of the “Hottest Year on Record” in Australia. Quaestiones Geographicae 36: 79-91.

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  • Parker A (2016) Selective clearing of bush close to houses is the top bushfire mitigation strategy. Australian Planner 53: 152-155.

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  • Soni H, Kumar JN, Patel K, Kumar RN (2015) Photo-catalytic decolouration of Rhodamine B dye using ZVI nanopowder synthesized by chemical reduction method. Indian Journal of Nanoscience 3.

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  • Mörner NA (2016) New Dawn of Truth.

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  • Parker A, Ollier CD (2016) A Critique of Satellite Global Mean Sea Levels. Journal of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences 1: 36-43.

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