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1. Vimlesh Patel (2018), Scientometrics Analysis of Contributions to Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research During 2010-2016, Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services, Vol. 8 No. 1, 2018, pp.58-63.

2. R.Senthilkumar and S. Abirami (2018), Research Output on Paediatric Surgery in Global: A Scientometric Study, Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services , Vol. 8 No. 1, 2018, pp. 99-104.

3. Sanjay Kumar Maurya, Akhandanand Shukla and R. K. Ngurtinkhuma (2018), OPEC Countries: Research Performance Across Nations in Library and Information Science, International Journal of Information Science and Management, Vol. 16, No. 2, 2018, 101-110 (

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11. Poornima, A. et al., (2011). Mapping the Indian research productivity of food science and technology. A Scientometric analysis, Food Biology, 1(1), 36-41.

12. Mallikarjun Angadi, M.M., Koganuramath, B.S. Kademani, B.D., Kumbar, & Suresh Jange. (2006). Nobel Laureate Anthony J Leggett: A Scientometric portrait. Annals of Library and Information Studies, 54, 203-212.

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The research Article presents a Scientometric analyst of research output in India in the field of Greenhouse Effect during the period of 2001 to 2017 as reflected in SCOPUS Database. Collected data for a total of 568 have been published in India in the field of Greenhouse effect and it’s analyzed according to objectives. The research paper reveal that the year wise growth of literature in terms of year wise growth in the number of publications, subject areas leading to maximum publications, international affiliations, relative growth rate, doubling time and the individual contributions of authors to name a few and their publication reveals that Tiwari, G.N published highest number of papers 21 (3.70%), Document Wise Distribution show that the most number of documents are of the type article totaling to 395 (69.54%) publications. Foreign Countries Contribution in India shows that The United States of America (USA) has the top rate of involvement with 60 (31.91%).



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