Input reference in RIS/ISI format

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15th March 2018


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If you use citation management software (e.g. EndNote or similar), you can usually export your article in either RIS or ISI format. Many online journals also let you export references in these formats. Copy and paste the data into the form below in plain text and the PubVolc server will attempt to extract the appropriate information automatically.

If data can be extracted, you will be forwarded to the standard submission form, which should contain the extracted data. Please check the data very carefully!

Note that PubVolc is for recent publications only. Currently, articles published in 2018 and 2017 are being accepted.

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