Highly Cited Researchers 2019

Highly Cited Researchers 2019



Our colleagues Montserrat Vilà and Pedro Jordano appear again in this year's list of Highly Cited Researchers published by Clarivate Analytics. Montse is included in the Category Environment/Ecology and Pedro in the "Cross-field" Category. This is an annual list recognizing influential researchers from around the world. The 2019 list contains 6216 Highly Cited Researchers, 3725 in 21 fields of the sciences and social sciences and 2491 Highly Cited Researchers are identified as having exceptional performance across several fields. For the 2019 Highly Cited Researchers analysis, the papers surveyed were those published and cited during 2008-2018. To identify researchers with Cross-Field impact, highly cited paper and citations are normalized between fields and summed. The new list includes 116 researchers working in Spain, 22 from CSIC. Four Spanish researchers appear in the Environment/Ecology area (out of 169) and 36 are classified as "cross field" researchers. Congratulations!

Check their profile:

https://publons.com/researcher/1512551/pedro-jordano/

https://publons.com/researcher/1420592/montserrat-vila/



The Doñana Biological Station studies the circulation of the West Nile Virus in the Guadalquivir

A project promtoed by PTI Global Health monitors mosquito populations and the presence of virus in real time in several municipalities of Seville

The outbreak of the West Nile Virus...

Eighteen researchers at EBD-CSIC in Stanford’s list of top 2% scientists in the world

Stanford Unviersity has released the ‘Ranking of the World Scientists: World’s Top 2% Scientists’, that includes the most-cited scientists in the world
Researchers Pedro Jordano and Montserrat...

Blanca Arroyo, awarded with the Harper Award by the British Ecological Society

Today the British Ecological Society (BES) has announced the winners of its journal prizes for research published in 2020, which are awarded annually to the best paper in each journal written by an...

Montserrat Vilà and her colleagues are honoured with the George Mercer Award of the Ecological Society of America

This year’s Mercer Award goes to the authors of “Disentangling the abundance–impact relationship for invasive species.”, including Montserrat Vilà of the Biological Station of Doñana-CSIC