FYI: I performed a quick search using a professional database tool just now (for my former colleagues at SIU, of which there are approximately thirty), and found that, in the last six years, approximately 240 papers have been listed on said database. This works out to 1.3 papers per year per person. (By way of comparison, I averaged a little over 2 per year.)I think this is about what I expected. The average professors wouldn't quite get tenure based on the last 6 years, the people who are a little below the mean certainly wouldn't get it. Kind of interesting isn't it?
This search doesn't include all publications, but it does pick up most. It should also be noted that four of the people in the department racked up 28, 18, 16, and 14 publications over said period, respectively, so that the remaining people average one per year -- and several have 0, 1, or 2 listings for 2001-06.
I wonder if it is easy to run all the professors on campus? :O