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The list of papers below includes those with the highest Altmetric scores. These scores are composed of metrics and qualitative data that are complementary to traditional, citation-based metrics. They can include — but are not limited to — mainstream media coverage, discussions on research blogs and mentions on social networks such as Twitter. Many journals today use the Altmetric scoring system because it indicates the amount of attention a paper has received. Authors also find the scores useful to follow engagement in their publications.
Polar bear attacks on humans: implications of a changing climate
How publishing in open-access journals threatens science and what we can do about it
Free-roaming cat interactions with wildlife admitted to a wildlife hospital
Evaluating population expansion of black bears using spatial capture-recapture
Population-level effects of lead fishing tackle on common loons
The true cost of partial fencing: evaluating strategies to reduce reptile road mortality
Investigating impacts of oil and gas development on greater sage-grouse
Demography of an increasing caribou herd with restricted wolf control
Online hunting forums identify achievement as prominent among multiple satisfactions
Persistence of great sage-grouse in agricultural landscapes