We are pleased to let you know that Elsevier is making over 5,000 subscription articles on climate change freely available from across its world-leading scientific, technical and medical journals. As of today, the articles will be available to download and read for a test period on Mendeley, the reference manager and academic social network that serves over 6 million researchers worldwide.
The articles will be available to download until the end of this year (December 31, 2019). Researchers will have permanent access to the articles once they have been downloaded. The articles are free to existing and new Mendeley users to download and read. It is free to setup a Mendeley account.
All Elsevier’s proprietary journals, excluding its Society titles, were included in the search for articles on ‘Climate Change’. In total, 412 Elsevier journals have contributed 5,332 articles, all articles were published in 2019 or 2018.The articles were published in widespread journal classifications, demonstrating the interdisciplinary nature of climate change research: 54 percent of the articles were published in Elsevier’s Physical Sciences journals; 22 percent in its Life Sciences journals; 19 percent in its Social Sciences journals; and 4 percent in its Health Sciences journals. A dedicated homepage has been created to help people easily access the articles, provide feedback and answer questions they may have.
Please visit www.mendeley.com/
Just a few examples about: land degradation; desertification;
- China's progress towards sustainable land degradation control: Insights from the northwest arid regions
- Monitoring of aeolian desertification on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau from the 1970s to 2015 using Landsat images
- Vegetation and soil degradation in drylands: Non linear feedbacks and early warning signals
- Future drought risk in Africa: Integrating vulnerability, climate change, and population growth
- Does drought always cause economic losses in agriculture? An empirical investigation on the distributive effects of drought events in some areas of Southern Europe
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