Table 1: Number of publications cited in the Scopus database between 2001 and 2015 using the key phrases 'Holocene Palaeoecology', 'Geoarchaeology' and 'Environmental Archaeology' within the title, abstract or key words. Bold denotes RAE/REF submission deadlines
Table 2: The type of publications picked up by Scopus with respect to key phrases. % figures are provided for the main categories for ease of comparison
Table 3: Top five journals that form vehicles for publication with respect to the three key phrases searched in Scopus (numbers published in respective journal shown in brackets). Impact Factors (IF) were collected from journal homepages on 6 September 2016
Table 4: Top institutions associated with key phrases searched in Scopus
Cite this as: Howard, A.J. 2019 Environmental Archaeology, Progress and Challenges, Internet Archaeology 53. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.53.1
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