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citations
528(top 7%)
★★ articles
5(top 12%)
★★★ articles
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84(top 8%)
H-Index
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G-Index
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journals

Most Cited Articles of University of Lancaster in 1989

TitleJournalYearCitations
Changing ideas in hydrology — The case of physically-based modelsJournal of Hydrology19891.1K
Reflective teaching and teacher educationTeaching and Teacher Education1989328
Abscisic acid produced in dehydrating roots may enable the plant to measure the water status of the soilPlant, Cell and Environment1989299
Modernism, Post Modernism and Organizational Analysis 3: The Contribution of Jacques DerridaOrganization Studies1989231
The effect of ignoring routes when locating depotsEuropean Journal of Operational Research1989215
Sheepfarming after Chernobyl: A Case Study in Communicating Scientific InformationEnvironment1989134
The evaluation cycle for language learning tasks1989131
Working memory for movementsQuarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A: Human Experimental Psychology1989130
Sequential response of whole plant water relations to prolonged soil drying and the involvement of xylem sap ABA in the regulation of stomatal behaviour of sunflower plantsNew Phytologist1989124
Focal retrograde amnesia: a long term clinical and neuropsychological follow-upCortex1989113
A physically based model of heterogeneous hillslopes: 2. Effective hydraulic conductivitiesWater Resources Research1989108
Soft Systems Methodology*Human Systems Management1989106
Polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons in an agricultural soil: long-term changes in profile distributionEnvironmental Pollution1989102
PUBLIC SECTOR SERVICES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT*Journal of Management Studies1989100
Risk Communication: Paradigm and ParadoxRisk Analysis198998
A structural methodology for managing manufacturing lead times in make-to-order companiesEuropean Journal of Operational Research198994
A physically based model of heterogeneous hillslopes: 1. Runoff productionWater Resources Research198994
Cadmium in cereal grain and herbage from long-term experimental plots at Rothamsted, UKEnvironmental Pollution198993
Changes in the polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbon content of wheat grain and pasture grassland over the last century from one site in the U.KScience of the Total Environment198984
Diffusion and location of hydrochloric acid in ice: Implications for polar stratospheric clouds and ozone depletionGeophysical Research Letters198976
ANALYSIS OF COUNT DATA USING POISSON REGRESSION∗ ∗This work was done under a grant from the Economic and Social Research Council. The manuscript was prepared while the second author was working with the Institute for Market and Social Analysis, Toronto. We would like to thank Ian Whyte for supplying the data, and present and former members of the Centre for Applied Statistics, University of Lancaster, especially Murray Aitkin, Brian Francis, John Hinde, and Andrew Wood for statistical help.Professional Geographer198967
ON SPLINE SMOOTHING WITH AUTOCORRELATED ERRORSThe Australian Journal of Statistics198964
Tools for reading and browsing hypertextInformation Processing and Management198962
Face processing and name retrieval in an anomic aphasic: names are stored separately from semantic information about familiar peopleBrain and Cognition198962
Regional variation in surface properties of Norway spruce and scots pine needles in relation to forest declineEnvironmental Pollution198958