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Fig 1 - Making the case for a formal Anthropocene Epoch: An analysis of ongoing critiques

Fig. 1. The history of the term Anthropocene by (A) publications using this term in title, abstract, or text), and (B) citation of these works, as of December 9, 2016 accessing of the Scopus database (https://www.scopus.com/). Data are extrapolated to the end of 2016 using linear regressions of the 2013-2015 limbs of each graph. In (b), the score for h (commonly: h-index) refers to the number of items tallying h or more citations.
The history of the term Anthropocene by (A) publications using this term in title, abstract, or text), and (B) citation of these works, as of December 9, 2016 accessing of the Scopus database (https://www.scopus.com/). Data are extrapolated to the end of 2016 using linear regressions of the 2013-2015 limbs of each graph. In (b), the score for h (commonly: h-index) refers to the number of items tallying h or more citations.
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