The University of Arizona scored high in the 2014 Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities, with the Geosciences Department achieving the highest ranking of any program in the university. http://nturanking.lis.ntu.edu.tw/
The notice to the University of Arizona said it "ranks 73 in Overall Ranking, 6 of its fields are enrolled in top 300 Ranking, and 10 of its subjects are enrolled in top 300 ranking. Overall, 17 of its respective rankings have entered The 2014 Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities."
* 73 for Overall Ranking
* 20 for Geosciences
* 21 for Physics
* 23 for Environment/Ecology
* 33 for Agriculture
According to NTU, "The 2014 Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universitie is released by the National Taiwan University Ranking (NTU Ranking). Formerly known as the HEEACT Ranking during 2007-2010, this ranking program offers annual performance rankings for world universities based on the production and impact of their scientific papers.
The Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities is a stable and reliable ranking for universities devoted to scientific research. It is entirely based on statistics of scientific papers which reflect three major performance criteria—research productivity, research impact, and research excellence. This year, in addition to the overall performance ranking, we also offer 6 field-based rankings and 14 subject-based rankings. We are committed to continually update and release new annual overall, field, and subject rankings in the future. For more information about our ranking program, please go to http://nturanking.lis.ntu.edu.tw/"