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Date of this Version

Winter 12-2-2019

Abstract

The present study attempts to emphasize quantitatively the development of environmental science literature in terms of publication output as per Scopus database for thirty years (1989-2018). The focus of this paper is to analysis the literature published by the researchers of the University of Calcutta during the period under study. Total 1093 records have been retrieved for this study. An exponential growth rate has been identified. Authorship trend was towards multi-authored papers. Most prolific authors and most productive journals have been traced. The most productive journal is Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. Co-authorship pattern and Co-occurrence of keywords have also been conducted through cluster analysis method with the aid of VoS viewer software. Country wise Co-authorship pattern shows that India, UK, USA, and China evolved as the leading countries in environmental science research.

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