H-index del Grupo de Investigación PELCAN 2021

Con agrado anunciamos que, al día 18 de enero de 2021, el índice h del grupo de investigación PELCAN, según Scopus, es de 34. En esta oportunidad, se ha asumido el índice h acumulado de todos los investigadores del grupo.

El índice h es un sistema propuesto por Jorge Hirsch, de la Universidad de California, para la medición de la calidad profesional de los científicos, en función de la cantidad de citas que han recibido sus artículos científicos. Un científico o investigador tiene índice h si ha publicado h trabajos con al menos h citas cada uno.

A continuación, se detalla en la siguiente tabla el orden, el número de veces citadas y título del articulo citado:

Orden Citas Título del artículo
1 237 Exploring e-waste management systems in the United States
2 204 Environmental, social, and economic implications of global reuse and recycling of personal computers
3 131 Eco-efficiency analysis of Spanish WWTPs using the LCA+DEA method
4 128 Joint life cycle assessment and data envelopment analysis of grape production for vinification in the Rías Baixas appellation (NW Spain)
5 113 A comprehensive review of carbon footprint analysis as an extended environmental indicator in the wine sector
6 98 Combined application of life cycle assessment and data envelopment analysis as a methodological approach for the assessment of fisheries
7 87 Evolution of product lifespan and implications for environmental assessment and management: A case study of personal computers in higher education
8 84 Comparative life cycle assessment in the wine sector: Biodynamic vs. conventional viticulture activities in NW Spain
9 83 Further potentials in the joint implementation of life cycle assessment and data envelopment analysis
10 83 Energy potential from rice husk through direct combustion and fast pyrolysis: A review
11 82 Environmental analysis of Ribeiro wine from a timeline perspective: Harvest year matters when reporting environmental impacts
12 78 Eco-efficiency assessment of the Peruvian anchoveta steel and wooden fleets using the LCA+DEA framework
13 69 Applying consequential LCA to support energy policy: Land use change effects of bioenergy production
14 67 Life cycle assessment of horse mackerel fisheries in Galicia (NW Spain): Comparative analysis of two major fishing methods
15 67 Product or waste? Importation and end-of-life processing of computers in Peru
16 63 On the feasibility of using emergy analysis as a source of benchmarking criteria through data envelopment analysis: A case study for wind energy
17 60 Benchmarking wastewater treatment plants under an eco-efficiency perspective
18 56 Best practices in life cycle assessment implementation in fisheries. Improving and broadening environmental assessment for seafood production systems
19 55 Environmental assessment of digestate treatment technologies using LCA methodology
20 54 Materials flow analysis of e-waste: Domestic flows and exports of used computers from the United States
21 53 Tapping carbon footprint variations in the European wine sector
22 49 Life cycle assessment of milk produced in two smallholder dairy systems in the highlands and the coast of Peru
23 48 Application of three independent consequential LCA approaches to the agricultural sector in Luxembourg
24 48 Environmental assessment of the Atlantic mackerel (Scomber scombrus) season in the Basque Country. Increasing the timeline delimitation in fishery LCA studies
25 47 Expanding the concept of sustainable seafood using Life Cycle Assessment
26 46 Review of life-cycle approaches coupled with data envelopment analysis: Launching the CFP + DEA method for energy policy making
27 45 Identifying the importance of the “”skipper effect”” within sources of measured inefficiency in fisheries through data envelopment analysis (DEA)
28 45 Estimation of the carbon footprint of the Galician fishing activity (NW Spain)
29 41 Environmental impacts over the life cycle of residential buildings using different exterior wall systems
30 39 On the estimation of potential food waste reduction to support sustainable production and consumption policies
31 37 Inclusion of discard assessment indicators in fisheries life cycle assessment studies. Expanding the use of fishery-specific impact categories
32 37 Computation of operational and environmental benchmarks within selected galician fishing fleets
33 37 Life Cycle Assessment of fresh hake fillets captured by the Galician fleet in the Northern Stock
34 36 Institutional disposition and management of end-of-life electronics
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