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Yup. This has been a problem for a while. Google it and you'll find there's a way to force (google at least) all keywords to be required for identification.
allintext: words to search for
As for scholar, I just manually change the url as such:https://www.google.com/search?q=squirrelhttps://www.google.com/scholar?q=squirrel(why Google hides/neglects scholar is beyond me)
Speaking of which, I recently discovered google citations. It's absolutely amazingly useful, and a huge benefit to science, but it's hidden and few people know about it:http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=9lhrrPIAAAAJI use it to tell me when new papers on published on subjects I'm interested in, to track authors that I follow, etc.Now only if Google would actually update the citations more than once a year . . .
Doesn't have me, and I have two publications :/
I'm a fan of Zotero, which I can use to manage citations, and sync annotated PDFs between my computers.
Which suggests:Code: [Select]allintext: words to search forThat said, I haven't really tested it.