Стандартное сокращение (ISO4) журнала – Nature
Nature | Стандартное сокращение журнала (ISO4): « Nature ». ISO 4 is the international standard ISO , which defines a unified system of abbreviations for periodicals, namely scientific journals. The standard is intended to create correct and reliable scientific and technical references and is widely used in scientific databases. International Organization for Standardization appointed International Center ISSN (International Standard Serial Number International Centre) as the registration authority for ISO 4. ISSN International Center maintains a list of abbreviations « LTWA » ( eng. A List of the Title a Word Abbreviations , from the English. – “list of abbreviations of words in the titles”) that contains standard abbreviations of words commonly used in the titles of magazines. LTWA contains more than 56,000 words and their abbreviations in 65 languages. In accordance with ISO 4, the Nature is shortened to « Nature ».
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