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|Title:||INFORMATION USE PATTERN OF INDIAN FORESTRY SCIENTISTS: A BIBLIOGRAPHIC STUDY|
|Abstract:||Citation pattern of research papers published during 2000 to 2002 in the lndian Journal of Forestry is studied. Of the total 3798 citations appended to 252 research papers, the highest of 60% citations are from journals followed by that from books and monographs (28%) and from technical reports (5%). The obsolescence factor of forestry literature is found to be 17-18 years. Forestry literature complies with the Bradford's Law of Scattering. Based on the number of citations received, rank list of forestry journals published from India as well as abroad is prepared.|
|Appears in Collections:||ALIS Vol.52(2) [June 2005]|
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