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Prehistorical and historical declines in Caribbean coral reef accretion rates driven by loss of parrotfish
Last updated: Mon, 19 Aug 2019 19:32:08 GMT
Altmetric score (what's this?)
- Tweeted by 58
- Blogged by 1
- On 2 Facebook pages
- Picked up by 13 news outlets
- 168 readers on Mendeley
This Altmetric score means that the article is:
- in the 98th percentile (ranked 5,381st) of the 345,318 tracked articles of a similar age in all journals
- in the 91st percentile (ranked 1st) of the 12 tracked articles of a similar age in Nature Communications
Mentions in news, blogs & Google+
News articles (13)
- Study finds parrotfish are critical to coral reef health Environmental Research Web
- Study Finds Parrotfish are Critical to Coral Reef Health - Technology Org Technology.org
- Study Finds Algae-Eating Fish are Critical to Coral Reef Health R&D
- Coral Reefs Grow Faster and Healthier When Parrotfish Are Abundant Newswise
- Coral reefs grow faster and healthier when parrotfish are abundant EurekAlert!
- Study finds parrotfish are critical to coral reef health Health Medicinet
- Ecology: Parrotfish loss drives reef decline Nature
Scientific blogs (1)
|Country||Tweets||% of Tweets|
|Papua New Guinea||1||1.72%|
|Trinidad & Tobago||1||1.72%|
|No location data||21||36.21%|
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News, blogs and Google+ posts
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