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Table 5 Top ten influential original articles in publishing zero hunger-related literature (2015–2019)

From: A bibliometric analysis of the scientific production related to “zero hunger” as a sustainable development goal: trends of the pacific alliance towards 2030

Rank Authors Title Year Journal JIF TC TC/year
1 Asseng S, et al. [18] Rising temperatures reduce global wheat production 2015 Nature climate change 20.893 669 111.5
2 Anderson I, et al. [19] Indigenous and tribal peoples' health (The Lancet–Lowitja Institute Global Collaboration): a population study 2016 Lancet 60.390 317 63.4
3 Béné C, et al. [20] Contribution of Fisheries and Aquaculture to Food Security and Poverty Reduction: Assessing the Current Evidence 2016 World development 3.869 232 46.4
4 Béné C, et al. [21] Feeding 9 billion by 2050 – Putting fish back on the menu 2015 Food security 2.095 219 36.5
5 Estel S, et al. [22] Mapping farmland abandonment and recultivation across Europe using MODIS NDVI time series 2015 Remote sensing of environment 9.085 182 30.3
6 Garibaldi LA, et al. [23] Mutually beneficial pollinator diversity and crop yield outcomes in small and large farms 2016 Science 41.846 165 33.0
7 Liu B, et al. [24] Similar estimates of temperature impacts on global wheat yield by three independent methods 2016 Nature climate change 20.893 156 31.2
8 Marrugo-Negrete J, et al. [25] Assessment of heavy metal pollution, spatial distribution and origin in agricultural soils along the Sinú River Basin, Colombia 2017 Environmental research 5.715 147 36.75
9 Cuellar-Bermudez SP, et al. [26] Photosynthetic bioenergy utilizing CO2: An approach on flue gases utilization for third generation biofuels 2015 Journal of cleaner production 7.246 144 24.0
10 Powlson DS, et al. [27] Does conservation agriculture deliver climate change mitigation through soil carbon sequestration in tropical agro-ecosystems? 2016 Agriculture, ecosystems and environment 4.241 132 26.4
  1. Total documents = 2215 (year: 2015–2019)
  2. JIF journal impact factor (Journal Citation Reports: 2019)
  3. TC total cites