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Bibliometric data to explore preferences in hydrological model use across the world


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Abstract

Bibliometric data produced to explore regional preferences in hydrological model use across the world. The data were retrieved using Scopus and analysed using the R package bibliometrix.

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Bibliometric data retrieved to explore regional preferences in hydrological model use across the world.

Authors: Nans Addor (University of East Anglia, UK) and Lieke Melsen (Wageningen University, The Netherlands)

Files description:
*.bib files: files returned by Scopus for each hydrological model
*.txt files: files produced based on the *.bib files using R and synthesising their content

Peer-review history of the manuscript:
- March 16, 2018: manuscript submitted to WRR (data version 1)
- June 1st, 2018: manuscript re-submitted to WRR after substantial changes to the text, same data (data version 1)
- October 12, 2018: manuscript re-submitted to WRR after substantial changes to the text, new data (new Scopus search followed by three screenings, data version 2)

Column names for papers_data.txt:
YR  Year of publication
JN  Journal of publication (abbreviated)
MC  Model (core: GR4J, VIC, HBV, MHM, SAC)
MF  Model flavour: e.g. HBV-light
IF  Institute first author
IL  Institute last author
IM  Institute of most authors
ICF Country institute first author
ICL Country institute last author
ICM Country institute of most authors
LL  Lat-lon coordinates if provided in abstract
REG Region, if provided in abstract 
CT1  Application country 1
CT2  Application country 2
CT3  Application country 3
CT4  Application country 4
CT5  Application country 5
COT1 Continent 1
COT2 Continent 2
CD1  Most counted catchment descriptor in abstract  
CD2  Second most counted catchment descriptor in abstract
CD3  Third most counted catchment descriptor in abstract
SSC  Spatial scale descriptor in abstract
TSC  Temporal scale descriptor in abstract
V1   Most frequent variable of interest in abstract
V2   Second most frequent variable of interest in abstract
V3   Third most frequent variable of interest in abstract



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Addor, N., L. Melsen (2018). Bibliometric data to explore preferences in hydrological model use across the world, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/a74d78bd440444f2a54b2994771354d9

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