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Question 136 pts
Below, you will see two tables with 9 of the articles you explored in the Article Databases Worksheet (3 from each topic).

First, you will be exploring the two citation databases to find out some details about how many times each article has been cited and also how many of its references are in the database.  You will do this in TWO separate charts.

In order to do so, search the article title (highlighted in green) in each database – remember to use the appropriate search field to search for article title in each database. In other words, use the appropriate title search option!

Important Notes:

Times cited is how many times it has been cited by other items.  The answer options are in a range as this can change.  If you believe the times cited has gone beyond the range scored as correct, contact me.
Number of references is how many items from that article’s reference list (bibliography) are listed in that database.
If a database does not have the article in it, answer NA for that database.  This is definitely not a common occurrence, so check carefully.
Some articles have notes under them as to difficulties with searching them.
Think about the number of items you’re finding.  This means from one article, you could potentially be finding dozens or more additional items by examining the items it cited and the items citing it.
It may help to resize your browser screen since this table is a bit wide.
Important: Be sure to use the Article Title search field  in Scopus and Title search field in Web of Science.

Answer the following in ScopusLinks to an external site.. This link will take you to the database record, you will need to then click on the link to access the database.

Article Info

Scopus

Article

Number of references

Number of Times Cited

Murphy, F. (2017). The uptake of macroplastic & microplastic by demersal & pelagic fish in the Northeast Atlantic around Scotland. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 122(1-2), 353-359. 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2017.06.073

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Ríos, J. M. (2022). Occurrence of microplastics in Fish from Mendoza River: First Insights into Plastic Pollution in the Central Andes, Argentina. Water (Basel), 14(23), 3905. 10.3390/w14233905

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Klein, K. (2021). Particle shape does not affect ingestion and egestion of microplastics by the freshwater shrimp Neocaridina palmata. Environmental Science and Pollution Research International, 28(44), 62246-62254. 10.1007/s11356-021-15068-x

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Lamas, M. (2023). Contaminant Cocktails of High Concern in Honey: Challenges, QuEChERS Extraction and Levels. Separations, 10(2), 142. 10.3390/separations10020142

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D’Antone, C. (2017). Rare earth elements distribution in grapevine varieties grown on volcanic soils: an example from Mount Etna (Sicily, Italy). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 189(4)10.1007/s10661-017-5878-6

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Varga, P. (2012). Adaptive Nutrient Supply and Soil Cultivation Methods in the Upper Zone of Hillside Vineyards. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 43(1-2), 334-340. 10.1080/00103624.2012.641463

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Hu, L. (2019). An Observational Study of Deep Learning and Automated Evaluation of Cervical Images for Cancer Screening. JNCI : Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 111(9), 923-932. 10.1093/jnci/djy225

Note: be sure to choose the original article, not the response/note.

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Adeoye, J. (2021). Prediction models applying machine learning to oral cavity cancer outcomes: A systematic review. International Journal of Medical Informatics (Shannon, Ireland), 154, 104557. 10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2021.104557

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Jiang, Y. (2020). Emerging role of deep learning‐based artificial intelligence in tumor pathology. Cancer Communications (London, England), 40(4), 154-166. 10.1002/cac2.12012

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Answer the following in Web of Science (Core Collection). Links to an external site.This link will take you to the database record, you will need to then click on the link to access the database.

Article Info

Web of Science

Article

Number of references

Number of Times Cited

Murphy, F. (2017). The uptake of macroplastic & microplastic by demersal & pelagic fish in the Northeast Atlantic around Scotland. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 122(1-2), 353-359. 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2017.06.073

[ Select ]

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Ríos, J. M. (2022). Occurrence of microplastics in Fish from Mendoza River: First Insights into Plastic Pollution in the Central Andes, Argentina. Water (Basel), 14(23), 3905. 10.3390/w14233905

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Klein, K. (2021). Particle shape does not affect ingestion and egestion of microplastics by the freshwater shrimp Neocaridina palmata. Environmental Science and Pollution Research International, 28(44), 62246-62254. 10.1007/s11356-021-15068-x

[ Select ]

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Lamas, M. (2023). Contaminant Cocktails of High Concern in Honey: Challenges, QuEChERS Extraction and Levels. Separations, 10(2), 142. 10.3390/separations10020142

[ Select ]

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D’Antone, C. (2017). Rare earth elements distribution in grapevine varieties grown on volcanic soils: an example from Mount Etna (Sicily, Italy). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 189(4)10.1007/s10661-017-5878-6

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Varga, P. (2012). Adaptive Nutrient Supply and Soil Cultivation Methods in the Upper Zone of Hillside Vineyards. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 43(1-2), 334-340. 10.1080/00103624.2012.641463

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Hu, L. (2019). An Observational Study of Deep Learning and Automated Evaluation of Cervical Images for Cancer Screening. JNCI : Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 111(9), 923-932. 10.1093/jnci/djy225

Note: be sure to choose the original article, not the response/note.

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Adeoye, J. (2021). Prediction models applying machine learning to oral cavity cancer outcomes: A systematic review. International Journal of Medical Informatics (Shannon, Ireland), 154, 104557. 10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2021.104557

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Jiang, Y. (2020). Emerging role of deep learning‐based artificial intelligence in tumor pathology. Cancer Communications (London, England), 40(4), 154-166. 10.1002/cac2.12012

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Flag question: Question 2
Question 22 pts
Now, we’re going to look a bit closer at a few of these in ScopusLinks to an external site..

Do  an article title search for the following article – let’s examine it closer:

The uptake of macroplastic & microplastic by demersal & pelagic fish in the Northeast Atlantic around Scotland

Match the correct information for the items citing this work.

A few notes:

Remember from the Scopus slides how to pull up a list of citing items and also the ability to sort the list by times cited.
Remember that there are refine options to the left when examining a list of results.
Group of answer choices
Of the items citing this article, this is the most cited itself.

[ Choose ]
The subject area with the most articles for the items citing this article.

[ Choose ]

Flag question: Question 3
Question 32 pts
From the list of citing items, examine

Microplastics in wild fish from North East Atlantic Ocean and its potential for causing neurotoxic effects, lipid oxidative damage, and human health risks associated with ingestion exposure

Which of the following statements are TRUE about this item? Select all that apply.

Group of answer choices

Find It! indicates full text at Springer Journals Online.

This article examines fish in a river rather than an ocean.

This item has less than 50 references

All authors are from instiutions in the United Kingdom

All authors are from institutions in Portugal

This item is pretty relevant as it examines the issue of fish exposure to microplastics.

This item has been cited under 50 times

Find It! indicates full text at Science Direct

It addresses impact of this issue on human health

The abstract mentions three fish species were studied.

Flag question: Question 4
Question 42 pts
Still in Scopus, return to the search screen by clicking Search on the upper menu.  Do an article title search for:

Prediction models applying machine learning to oral cavity cancer outcomes: A systematic review

Examine the list of items citing this article. Which of the following are TRUE about these items?

Group of answer choices

At least 5 items are not in English

The most cited is: An Application of Machine Learning Techniques to Analyze Patient Information to Improve Oral Health Outcomes

The most cited is: Deep learning predicts the malignant-transformation-free survival of oral potentially malignant disorders

There are at least 2 authors with more than 5 articles in the list.

More than 20% of these are conference papers.

Medicine is one of the top 5 subject areas for this list.

Flag question: Question 5
Question 52 pts
Return to the record for the previous item by using your browser’s back button. Now examine its references. Above its list of references, click on this:

View in search results format >

Which of the following are TRUE about this list of items? Select all that apply. You may need to examine specific results closer by clicking on their title and reading their abstract.

Group of answer choices

There are more than five items with over 500 citations.

The most cited item is about diagnostic imaging.

The item “Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: Today and Tomorrow” may be relevant as it is focused on AI in cancer.

The item “Assessing bias in studies of prognostic factors” may be relevant as it appears to address deep learning to detect precancer.

The authors are from more than three countries.

The item “Machine learning applications in cancer prognosis and prediction” may be relevant as it addresses issues of using machine learning to detect, diagnose, and analyze cancer.

The most cited item covers cancer statistics

Flag question: Question 6
Question 62 pts
Return to the search screen by clicking on Search at the top of the screen and do an article title search for:

Adaptive Nutrient Supply and Soil Cultivation Methods in the Upper Zone of Hillside Vineyards

Examine the list of items citing this work. Which of the following are TRUE about these items? Select all that apply.

Group of answer choices

Earth and Planetary Sciences is the subject matching the most items.

Agricultural and Biological Sciences is the subject matching the most items.

At least one item has been cited 25 or more times.

All items are in English.

Nature is one of the source titles

Vitis Journal Of Grapevine Research is one of the source titles.

Flag question: Question 7
Question 72 pts
We are now switching to Web of Science (Core Collection)Links to an external site..

This would be a good time to take a break.

Conduct a title search for

Rare earth elements distribution in grapevine varieties grown on volcanic soils: an example from Mount Etna (Sicily, Italy)

View the items citing this title by clicking on the number by Citations. What are true about these items?

Group of answer choices

More than 3 countries are mentioned in the titles.

All of these items are highly elevant.

Volcano group terms appear in at least 3 titles.

Wine group terms appear in at least 3 titles.

All items were published after 2000.

All are cited over 100 times

Flag question: Question 8
Question 82 pts
Examine the following item in more detail by clicking on its title:

Chemical characterization of vines grown in incipient volcanic soils of Fogo Island (Cape Verde)
Which of the following are TRUE about this item? Select all that apply.

Group of answer choices

It has been cited more than 5 times

The abstract specifically addresses volcanic soils and grae growing.

Find It! indicates availability via Springer

Find It! indicates availability via Environment Complete

It has over 200 cited references.

Specific elements are mentioned in the abstract.

This item seems likely to be relevant due to it addressing the advantages of volcanic soil for wine growing, especially mentioning specific soil contents.

Flag question: Question 9
Question 92 pts
Still in Web of Science, do a title search for

Emerging role of deep learning‐based artificial intelligence in tumor pathology.

Go to the title’s record and then click on the number for References (Cited References).  These are the items appearing in this article’s bibliography.  After doing so, choose View as set of results so you can see more details and do sorting.

Which of the following are TRUE about these items? You may need to go forward additional pages.

Group of answer choices

All of these items appear to address the use of AI to diagnose cervical cancer.

Some items have under 50 citations.

All of these items were published after 2010

At least 5 of these items have been cited over 1,000 times.

Flag question: Question 10
Question 103 pts
Examine the results list and find the following:

DeepPap: Deep Convolutional Networks for Cervical Cell Classification
Click on its title to see more details about it. Which of the following are TRUE about the item? Select all that apply. Read the abstract thoroughly.

Group of answer choices

This item is likely relevant because it addresses desried concetps.

Find It! finds full electronic text at ScienceDirect

This item addresses cervical cancer.

This item is not relevant at all because it doesn’t address any of the concepts.

Find It! finds full electronic text at IEEE Xplore.

This item is about deep learning accuracy.

It has been cited over 100 times.

This item is about medical imaging.

Flag question: Question 11
Question 113 pts
Still in Web of Science, return to the search screen and do a title search for

Occurrence of microplastics in Fish from Mendoza River: First Insights into Plastic Pollution in the Central Andes, Argentina

Then select this title (be sure to select the original not the reply or comment).  Then select the list of cited references by clicking on the number for that label. After doing so, choose View as set of results so you can see more details and do sorting.

Which of the following are TRUE about these items? Select all that apply.

Group of answer choices

All were published after 1980

None have been cited more than 1,000 times

At least two items are from the journal Marine Pollution Bulletin.

Plastic terms appear in at least three titles.

Flag question: Question 12
Question 121 pts
If you want to take a break, this would be a good place to stop, save, and come back later.

From this point forward, we will be exploring some of the unique features of using these two databases. You won’t be doing the exact same thing for all three topics and in both databases, but will get a sense of the possible options.

Go to Scopus.  Click on the link to access the databases.

You will want to make sure there are two search boxes available.  Use + symbol to add an additional box as needed in this database.

Enter your search exactly like this (inside [ ] is the field you should choose):

Search box 1: (fish* OR perch OR pike) AND (plastic OR plastics OR microplastic* OR microbead*)

in  [Article title, abstract, keywords]

Note we changed the search a bit to avoid the term plasticity.

How many items are in the results?  Choose the closest number.

Group of answer choices

8000

80000

800

80

Flag question: Question 13
Question 135 pts
Sort by cited by (highest) so we can see some highly cited items. Examine the following item by clicking on its title.  Then answer the questions about it.

The pollution of the marine environment by plastic debris: A review

1st Author Last Name:
[ Select ]

1st Author Institution:
[ Select ]

Journal Title:
[ Select ]

Times Cited (nearest number):
[ Select ]

Number of References:
[ Select ]

Where fish terms appear (do not consider items in the references or related documents):
[ Select ]

Where do plastic terms appear (do not consider items in the references or related documents):
[ Select ]

Flag question: Question 14
Question 141 pts
Which best describes this item’s relevance to the topic you originally searched for?
Group of answer choices

It is only marginally relevant because its focus is solely on the amount of plastic pollution in the oceans.

The item is highly relevant and it brings together research from multiple other sources rather than containing original research. It would be a valuable resource from which to find other items.

The item is highly relevant and contains an original research study on the topic.

It is not relevant at all.

It is only slightly relevant because its focus is on fish fiet.

Flag question: Question 15
Question 151 pts
Return to the search screen.  We’re going to see what sort of OSU research may be happening on one of the topics.  Perform the following search:

1st Search Box:

(“artificial intelligence” OR AI OR “meachine learning” OR “deep learning”) AND (precancer* OR cancer*) AND algorithm*

Search field:

Article title, Abstract, Keywords

2nd search box (Use + to add an additional box if needed:

“ohio state”

Search field:

Affiliation

How many results are there? Pick the closest number.

Group of answer choices

25

5

2500

250

Flag question: Question 16
Question 165 pts
Examine the following item by clicking on its title:

Generalization of tumor identification algorithms
You may need to change how many iterms are displayed or go forward additional pages.

Answer the following questions about the item.  Remember: When examining authors, there is a letter next to their name that lead you to affiliation. Also remember search terms are highlighted.

1st Author from OSU Last Name:
[ Select ]

1st Author Institution:
[ Select ]

Times Cited : 
[ Select ]

Number of References:
[ Select ]

Where algorithm terms appear (do not consider items in the references or related documents):
[ Select ]

Where do AI concept group terms appear (do not consider items in the references or related documents):
[ Select ]

Where do cancer concept group terms appear (do not consider items in the references or related documents):
[ Select ]

Flag question: Question 17
Question 173 pts
From the list of authors, click on the  first name listed as being affiliated with OSU.  Doing this gives you an author profile for the database – which includes the person’s documents, how much they’re cited, and other information. View the full profile.

If an author writes on a topic of interest to you, it’s possible they’ve written other items of interest and it’s a good idea to also see what their history is if you decide to contact them for information.

Examine this person’s profile.  Which are TRUE? Select all that apply.

Note: you can sort by various categories and choose to view up to 200 items per page. Take advantage of that.

Group of answer choices

2016 was the year with most publications.

The person has over 20 items published.

No item has been cited more than 100 times

This person has been publishing over 30 years.

The person has had over 75 co-authors

Flag question: Question 18
Question 181 pts
Return to the search screen.  We will do one final search, this one on the topic that has been getting us the least results.  In the first search box, enter:

volcan* AND wine* AND (basalt* OR tuff* OR pumice*)

Use the search field:

Article title, Abstract, Keywords

Note we’re trying for a limiting concept!

Eliminate the 2nd search box if still active by clicking the trash can symbol after it.

Now search.  how many results are there? Select the closest number.

Group of answer choices

50

25

100

500

Flag question: Question 19
Question 195 pts
Examine this item more closely by clicking on its title:

Natural zeolites and white wines from Campania region (Southern Italy): A new contribution for solving some oenological problems

You may need to go forward additional pages or change how many items are listed per page.

Match the info about the item to an appropriate answer.

Group of answer choices
Journal Title

[ Choose ]
Times cited (range)

[ Choose ]
Number of References

[ Choose ]
First author’s last name

[ Choose ]
Country for all of authors

[ Choose ]
Availability according to Find It!

[ Choose ]

Flag question: Question 20
Question 201 pts
Examine the item’s abstract. What relevancy description best matches this item?
Group of answer choices

While terms match, the article is clearly only marginally relevant because wine is only mentioned in passing.

It’s not relevant at all – this item appears to be about wine, but with very different meanings for the other concepts searched.

The item is only marginally relevant because tuffs and volcano concepts are only mentioned in one sentence of the abstract, so are likely not heavily covered.

It appears to be highly relevant because it addresses all of the main concepts and the limiting concept searched.

Flag question: Question 21
Question 212 pts
It’s pretty common to see authors with different levels of experience and publication record working together. Let’s compare some of the authors.

Examine these authors more closely by clicking on each of their names.  Order the authors from 1 (has the most citing documents) to 4 (the least citations).

Group of answer choices
Morra

[ Choose ]
Langella

[ Choose ]
de Gennaro, Bruno

[ Choose ]
Grifa

[ Choose ]

Flag question: Question 22
Question 222 pts
Examine the list of items that cite this item.  What is TRUE about the list of items? Select all that apply.

Remember to make use of sort options.

Group of answer choices

Wine is one of the 5 highest-matched keywords.

All items have been cited under 200 times.

Environmental Science is the most-matched subject area.

At least 3 authors have more than one item in the list.

United States is the most-matched country.

Flag question: Question 23
Question 231 pts
If you want to take a break, this would be a good place to stop, save, and come back later.

Go to  Web of Science (Core Collection) and click on the link to access the database.

Let’s try a revised version of our volcanoes/wine topic search. Remember in some previous searches we got some additional terms related to wine, so we’re going to add more wine terms to the wine group.

1st box: volcan* AND (wine* OR vineyard* OR vint* OR oenolog*)

Make sure you are searching for the terms in the Topic. Make no other changes and click on Search.  What is the number of results? Choose the closest number.

Group of answer choices

75

50

25

5

Flag question: Question 24
Question 242 pts
Review search results. Include reviewing the Refine Results options to the left. You may need to expand options.

Which of the following are TRUE about the results? Select all that apply.

Group of answer choices

There are at least 5 authors (Research Profiles) with more than 2 matches.

At least 10 items are proceedings papers.

English is the only language

University of California System is one of the top 10 institutions listed under Affiliations

France is the top country listed in Countries/Regions

Flag question: Question 25
Question 253 pts
In the results, locate the following item and click on its title to find out more about it:

Effect of four bentonite samples on the rare earth element concentrations of selected Hungarian wine samples

Which of the following are TRUE about this item? Select all that appl.
Group of answer choices

There are more than 3 authors

It has 19 cited references

This item is highly relevant because it goes into how volcanic soils in Hungary produce quality wine.

All authors are from Hungary

This item is not relevant because the soil is examined and the wine is mentioned as a potential future study.

This item item is somewhat relevant because if focuses on rare earth elements found in wine sourced from vineyards with volcanic soils.

It has been cited more than 50 times.

Both volcano and wine concept groups have terms in the abstract.

Flag question: Question 26
Question 261 pts
Return to the search screen by clicking on Search near the upper left corner.

In the first search box, enter the following search:

(“artificial intelligence” OR AI OR “meachine learning” OR “deep learning”) AND (precancer* OR cancer*) AND algorithm*

Use a TOPIC search.

Add a 2nd search box (Add row) if one isn’t already there.  Enter:

Ohio State University

and choose the search field Affiliation

Remember this database requires a specific way to enter an organization and you can choose from  an index if you don’t know the way to enter it.

Click on Search and let’s find out what sort of OSU research is happening.  How many results are there? Choose the closest number.

Group of answer choices

100

500

1000

25

Flag question: Question 27
Question 273 pts
Find the following in the list of results and click on its title:

Digital pathology and artificial intelligence

Which of the following are TRUE about this item, Select all that apply.
Group of answer choices

Find It! finds electronic full text at Electronic Journal Center.

There are more than 3 authors.

Find It! finds electronic full text at Taylor and Francis Journals Online.

All 3 concept groups have at least one term in the abstract.

This item is highly relevant to the original need as it goes into depth about using AI and algorithms to detect cancer, but especially cervical precancer.

All authors are associated with OSU.

This item is not relevant at all. It’s just about AI and algorithms potential uses in many different fields, not even limited to medicine.

It has been cited more than 500 times

This item is somewhat relevant as it’s about using AI and algorithms for digital pathology, but cancer is briefly mentioned in abstract so is probably not a major topic in the full text.

It has 63 cited references

Flag question: Question 28
Question 283 pts
Examine the Cited References for this item by clicking on the number for that.  Let’s take a look at what’s in this item’s bibliography. You can then click on View as set of results so you can sort.

Scroll until you find an item titled Deep learning as a tool for increased accuracy and efficiency of histopathological diagnosis by Litjens et al.  Which of the following are TRUE about this item? Select all that apply.

Group of answer choices

Authors are all from US universities.

There authors are all from The Netherlands.

This item is published in Scientific Reports.

This item is fairly relevant, it focuses on using deep learning for cancer diagnosis – but not cervical.

This item is extremely relevant – it’s very specific to using AI methods for cervical cancer diagnosis.

MeSH subject terms are provided.

This item is published in the journal Nature

It has been cited over 500 times

This item has 56 cited references

Flag question: Question 29
Question 291 pts
Now, back to our fish munching on plastic topic.  Return to Search by licking on that link in the upper left.

Reset the search by clicking on Clear under the search boxes. This should remove the 2nd row and blank the first search box.  Search for Topic in the first box:

(fish* OR perch OR pike) AND (plastic OR plastics OR microplastic* OR microbead*) AND (eat* OR feed* OR ingest*)

Let’s do something a bit different this time.  Let’s see what older research exists on this topic.  Under Add Date Range choose to do a custom publication date range and do 1900-01-01 to 2000-12-31.

If the affiliation search is still there, remove it by clicking the – next to that row.

Click on Search. How many results are there? Choose the closest number.

Group of answer choices

50

10

500

200

Flag question: Question 30
Question 304 pts
As we’ve seen in previous searches, it’s often necessary to examine several items in the results list before finding an item that works for the topic. Let’s look at a few.

First, sort by Citations: Highest First. Then examine each of the following. Which best matches the description?

Group of answer choices
INGESTION OF MARINE DEBRIS BY JUVENILE SEA-TURTLES IN COASTAL FLORIDA HABITATS

[ Choose ]
Macroconsumer effects on insect detritivores and detritus processing in a tropical stream

[ Choose ]
Variation in feeding morphology between pumpkinseed populations: Phenotypic plasticity or evolution?

[ Choose ]
Types and sources of marine debris in Fog Bay, northern Australia

[ Choose ]

Flag question: Question 31
Question 314 pts
Of the above items, rate them according to relevance description.
Group of answer choices
INGESTION OF MARINE DEBRIS BY JUVENILE SEA-TURTLES IN COASTAL FLORIDA HABITATS

[ Choose ]
Types and sources of marine debris in Fog Bay, northern Australia

[ Choose ]
Macroconsumer effects on insect detritivores and detritus processing in a tropical stream

[ Choose ]
Variation in feeding morphology between pumpkinseed populations: Phenotypic plasticity or evolution?

[ Choose ]

Flag question: Question 32
Question 322 pts
Take a closer look at

INGESTION OF MARINE DEBRIS BY JUVENILE SEA-TURTLES IN COASTAL FLORIDA HABITATS

By clicking on its title. What is TRUE about this item? Select all that apply.
Group of answer choices

Find It! finds full text at Electronic Journal Center.

It has 59 cited references

It has been cited over 100 times.

This item makes it clear that this has been an issue for quite some time given turtles were eating plastic debris in 1994.

Find It! doesn’t find full text, you will need to use interlibrary loan.

The abstract gives measurements the amount of debris found in seat turtles’ guts.

Flag question: Question 33
Question 332 pts
Let’s see if this issue goes back further in time.  Click on the number for Cited References to see what’s in this item’s bibliography.

Locate the following item and click on its title to see more:

OVERVIEW OF THE BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF LOST AND DISCARDED PLASTIC DEBRIS IN THE MARINE-ENVIRONMENT

Which of the following are TRUE about this item? Select all that apply.
Group of answer choices

It is from before 1990.

There is no abstract, you will need to examine the full text for more detail.

It is from the journal Nature.

It is in the journal Marine Pollution Bulletin

It has been cited under 25 times

Find It! finds access to text at ScienceDirect

There is only one author.

Find It! finds access to text at JSTOR

Flag question: Question 34
Question 342 pts
Consider the previous two articles are not totally focused on fish eating plastic. How might they be of use? Select all that apply.
Group of answer choices

They establish animals have been eating marine debris for decades.

They establish the longevity of this issue.

One gives details about the amount of marine debris consumed by a marine animal, which might be both a comparison to fish and a comparison to numbers from many years ago.

These can be used to find additional research because of the cited references list and the list of items that have cited each.

Flag question: Question 35
Question 355 pts
Last question!  Think about the entire assignment.  Select the following statements that are TRUE.
Group of answer choices

After selecting an article, examining the list of items it cited provides potentially useful items on the topic.

Some topics found more results than other.

After selecting an article, examining the list of items that have cited it provides potentially useful items on the topic.

The number of search results were different than using the subject-based article databases.

If trying to do extremely thorough research, there is no need to use both subject and citation databases.

Both databases had the exact same functionality, search mechanisms, and results.

The citation databases and subject-based databases all found the same formats.

Both databases can and were used to find OSU-authored research.

If you wanted to interview someone at OSU about a topic, either of these databases could potentially help you identify OSU researchers that have written about that topic.

Examining author information in Scopus, you could determine how often an author has been cited for all of his/her works indexed in that database.

OSU-authored research will always be available on any topic.
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