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Winter 1-8-2020

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Abstract

This paper deals with the analysis of the 1353 contributions of the journal entitled ‘Journal of Ornithology’ published during 2000-2015. It examines the year-wise distribution of publications, Relative Growth Rate and Doubling time, authorship pattern, degree of colloboration, document-wise publication, language-wise publication, most productive authors and country-wise contributions etc. The study shows that majority of the contributions were contributed by three authors and country-wise distribution shows that majority of the papers were contributed from Germany. From top 10 ranked lists of authors, Wink, M (Institute of Pharmacy and Molecular Biotechnology, Heidelberg University, Germany) has contributed highest number of papers.

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