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Citation information in Google Scholar is gathered from articles in Google Scholar's database and from Google Patents (citations from Google Patents can be elimintated).
To find all of the materials and citation counts for a single researcher, do a name search and click on the name of the researcher for one of his or her articles. This will bring up a list of everything in Google Scholar written by that researcher. To the right, you'll also see a citation index over time and citation counts according to other indices. Depending on if the researcher has set up a profile, the researcher's name might not be clickable; in that case, you can find articles written by that researcher in the list and manually add citation counts.
To be alerted every time articles by a certain researcher are published or cited, click on the Follow button at the top of the screen and enter your email address.