Never miss getting cited!
Thanks to the information we receive from CrossRef.org, an article’s corresponding author will be alerted as soon as his/her paper is cited by another article.
If they prefer, authors may go to their MySpringer account and opt to receive weekly, monthly or annual alerts listing all citations in a single mail.
Your article makes an impact - now we’ll tell you about it!
citations.springer.com – Tracking citations for journals and books
View the complete citation profile of any Springer book chapter or journal article — including links to reach the citing works online (both inside and outside of Springer's collection).
Are you a journal or series editor? You can check on the cited articles and chapters within your series or journal and get an up-to-date impression of how your publication has been received.
A few more facts about the Citation Alert service:
- CrossRef is the only source of information used.
- Corresponding authors will be alerted promptly whenever their article is cited.
- The alert is hyperlinked to both the cited and the citing article (full text access depends on the reader’s license for Springer’s and the citing publisher’s content).
- The alert is sent immediately after Springer receives the data from CrossRef.
- The time for data transfer from the citing publisher to CrossRef varies greatly, from ca. 2-4 days up to ca. 2 months. Therefore the alert cannot be a real-time service.
- Springer notifies CrossRef within 24 hours when we publish new articles. So new citations from Springer articles in other Springer articles will usually be alerted within 48 hours.