Recent paper in the top 100 read Earth science papers for Scientific Reports in 2018
A recently received email to Eleanor Fogwill (Rainsley) from Scientific Reports puts a co-authored paper in the top 100 read Earth Science papers:
"It is our great pleasure to inform you that your research article Greenland ice mass loss during the Younger Dryas driven by Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation feedbacks received 1, 150 article views in 2018, placing it as one of the top 100 read Earth science papers for Scientific Reports in 2018.*
Scientific Reports published more than 625 Earth science papers in 2018, and so a position in the top 100 most highly read articles is an extraordinary achievement – your science is of real value to the research community. You can access all the highly accessed articles within this category by visiting our Top 100 in Earth science page.
- The Scientific Reports team will be promoting your article in the coming weeks via the journal’s social media channels.
- Spread the word of your achievement by sharing the good news with your corresponding authors and adding this graphic to your social media channels using the hashtag #SREPTop100. You can also include this in your email signature and presentations!
We would like to thank you for your contribution to Scientific Reports"
*Accreditation is dependent on the degree route and modules taken