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Important note about comparing impact factors and quartile rankings: The impact factor of a journal is determined by the number of citations of its articles. For more details, consult the guide Promoting Your Research Activities - Journal Impact. Also, citation practices are often very different from one field to another and professors in the same department can publish in several fields. Therefore, caution should be used when comparing impact factors. It would be wrong to conclude that journals with the highest impact factor in this list are automatically the most prestigious or the most renowned.
The quartile rank corresponds to the journal's position among journals in the same category, sorted in descending order by impact factor. For example, a journal in the 1st quartile (Q1) has a better impact factor than at least 75% of journals in the same category. (The categories are those of Web of Science. They generally correspond to a specific theme. e.g.: "Engineering, Aerospace," "Plant Sciences," etc.).
Impact Factor: 6.6 (Q1) Number of articles: 6 Deposit of the peer-reviewed final manuscript is possible with an embargo period of 24 months (or less to meet funding agency requirements only). Archiving permissions details
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