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Publication date: 10 Mar 2010. Cumulative views from 1 Aug 2010 - 1 Aug 2017.

  • Total views: 392
  • Total PDF views: 283
  • Total HTML views: 109

Cumulative Usage:

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Jul 201000
Aug 2010100
Sep 2010211
Oct 2010282
Nov 2010342
Dec 2010372
Jan 2011496
Feb 2011577
Mar 20116811
Apr 20117512
May 20118312
Jun 20118915
Jul 20119420
Aug 20119920
Sep 201110422
Oct 201111124
Nov 201111124
Dec 201111226
Jan 201211426
Feb 201211827
Mar 201212129
Apr 201212530
May 201212732
Jun 201213032
Jul 201213233
Aug 201213837
Sep 201214637
Oct 201215141
Nov 201215541
Dec 201216445
Jan 201316746
Feb 201317148
Mar 201317852
Apr 201318257
May 201318461
Jun 201318662
Jul 201318762
Aug 201318762
Sep 201319162
Oct 201319666
Nov 201319866
Dec 201319968
Jan 201420673
Feb 201420974
Mar 201421174
Apr 201421576
May 201421576
Jun 201421678
Jul 201421881
Aug 201422181
Sep 201422382
Oct 201422786
Nov 201422888
Dec 201422989
Jan 201523191
Feb 201523391
Mar 201524497
Apr 201524797
May 201525497
Jun 201525597
Jul 201525697
Aug 2015259100
Sep 2015260100
Oct 2015265100
Nov 2015267100
Dec 2015269102
Jan 2016269102
Feb 2016275104
Mar 2016275104
Apr 2016276104
May 2016277104
Jun 2016278104
Jul 2016278104
Aug 2016278104
Sep 2016278104
Oct 2016278104
Nov 2016279104
Dec 2016280104
Jan 2017280104
Feb 2017280105
Mar 2017280105
Apr 2017281105
May 2017282105
Jun 2017282105
Jul 2017283108
Aug 2017283109
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