Sistemas socio-ecológicos: análisis bibliométrico del estado actual, desarrollo y escenarios futuros

  • Sandra Morales Velasco Universidad del Cauca Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias
Palabras clave: Análisis bibliométrico, Mapeo, Bases de datos, sistemas socio-ecológicos.

Resumen

En este documento presenta un análisis bibliométrico/mapeo científico para analizar las tendencias en la investigación de los sistemas socio-ecológicos - SSE, basado en 1751 publicaciones citadas en la base de datos de Scopus entre 1971 y 2019. Para al análisis de los registros se utilizó el software SciMAT, que analiza relaciones evolución conceptual, diagramas estratégicos y clúster relacionados con la productividad de los autores, número de referencias, organizaciones, países y principales publicaciones. Los resultados muestran el incremento en estudios relacionados con los SSE, con el especial interés en el pervivir y la gobernanza de los recursos naturales. También se evidencia que los países que mayor cantidad de producción son EE. UU., Reino Unido, Australia y Alemania.

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Biografía del autor/a

Sandra Morales Velasco, Universidad del Cauca Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias
M.Sc. Departamento de Agroindustria

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Morales Velasco, S. (2021). Sistemas socio-ecológicos: análisis bibliométrico del estado actual, desarrollo y escenarios futuros. Biotecnología En El Sector Agropecuario Y Agroindustrial, 1-23. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.unicauca.edu.co/index.php/biotecnologia/article/view/1747
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