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    Access most popular papers in Journal of Navigation
    From: Andr?s Ruiz
    Date: 2010 Apr 21, 09:42 +0200
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    De: Cambridge Journals [mailto:mail.oqjhmdeafcqnkecc@cup.msgfocus.com]
    Enviado el: martes, 20 de abril de 2010 17:15
    Para: Andres Ruiz
    Asunto: Access most popular papers in Journal of Navigation


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    The most popular articles of 2009

    Dear Colleague,

    As someone with an interest in navigation, I thought you would be interested in a selection of the most popular papers published in 2009 in the Journal of Navigation.

    Click here to read the most popular navigation research published in 2009 - exclusively available for you until the end of May!

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    The Journal of Navigation is a prestigious, well-established periodical publishing original papers on the latest research developments and historical aspects of the science of navigation. Covering navigation on land, at sea or in the air and in space by humans, animals and birds, the journal is a comprehensive source of information for all practitioners and researchers. Find out more here.

    • Impact Factor of 0.648*, increased for the fourth consecutive year.
    • Ranked SECOND among Marine Engineering journals*. 
    • Online digital archive allows you access every single article published in the journal between 1957 and 1997. Find out more here.




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