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ReaderTracker calculates the number of readers' and their interests, to construct an analytic, graphic chart

See the number of readers & potential readers of any paper.

Every paper is unique. With Peerus ReaderTracker, you can see the number of readers who have read a paper since, today, last week, last month, and from the date of publication. Potential readers account for the number of times that paper has been displayed to other Peerus users.

Top 3 Weekly Paper Performance

Every week we present the top 3 most read papers in a given week.

Week from November 23, 2018

Landscape Ecology

26/11/18

LTSER platforms as a place-based transdisciplinary research infrastructure: learning landscape approach through evaluation

Per Angelstam, Michael Manton, Marine Elbakidze, Frans Sijtsma, Mihai Cristian Adamescu, Noa Avni, Pedro Beja, Peter Bezak, Iryna Zyablikova, Fatima Cruz, Vincent Bretagnolle, Ricardo Díaz-Delgado, Bruno Ens, Mariia Fedoriak, Giovanna Flaim, Simone Gingrich, Miri Lavi-Neeman, Sergey Medinets, Viesturs Melecis, Jose Muñoz-Rojas, Jessica Schäckermann, Andrea Stocker-Kiss, Heikki Setälä, Natalie Stryamets, Maija Taka, Gaelle Tallec, Ulrike Tappeiner, Johan Törnblom, Taras Yamelynets

This paper has been read by 8 different people

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Science

23/11/18

Climate change poses major threat to U.S., new government report concludes

David Malakoff

This paper has been read by 7 different people

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Conservation Biology

24/11/18

Identifying key needs for the integration of social-ecological outcomes in arctic wildlife monitoring

Helen C. Wheeler, Dominique Berteaux, Chris Furgal, Kevin Cazelles, Nigel G. Yoccoz, David Grémillet

This paper has been read by 6 different people

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