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Subject Guide: Geology   Tags: earth_sciences, environment, geology  

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GeoRef

Contains citations, often with abstracts, to scholarly journal articles, books, maps, conference papers, reports, and theses in the geosciences.

Databases

  • GeoRef
    Subject: Geosciences.
    Contains: Citations to articles in scholarly journals, books, maps, conference papers, reports and theses.
    Coverage: 1693 - present (North America coverage) 1933 - present. (Worldwide coverage)
  • GeoRef In Process
    Subject: Geosciences
    Contains: Older, non-English language records that are in the process of being integrated into Georef
    Coverage: Varies.
  • GeoScienceWorld
    Subject: Geosciences
    Contains: Full text journals of GSA (Geological Society of America), other society journals and open access journals, links to other resources. Georef
  • General Science (Abstracts &) Full Text
    Subject: Sciences
    Contains: Citations with abstracts to English language journal articles. Some full text articles available from 1995-.
    Coverage dates: 1984-present
  • Web of Science
    Subjects: Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences
    Contains: Citations and abstracts. Citation mapping
    Coverage: 1990 to Present

Websites

  • Geology.com
    Includes an extensive collection of links to articles, maps, satellite images, news, and discussions on a wide variety of geology topics for the U.S. as well as individual states.
  • Inside Geology
    Includes links to resources, lectures, news items, organizations, glossaries plus references to additional geology websites.
  • Geo-Science Webring
    Contains thousands of links to websites about earth science, geomorphology, climatology, oceanography, seismology, and volcanology.
  • Links for Palaeobotanists
    Includes an annotated collection of pointers to information and WWW resources which may be of use for the study of fossil plants.
  • Minerals Information
    Includes statistics on 100 minerals, from aluminum to zinc, with details data from the U.S.G.S. Mineral Yearbooks.
  • National Ocean Service
    Features news, technical reports, and educational materials relating to the nation's oceans, coasts, and marine resources.
  • National Geophysical Data Center
    Provides links to more than 400 digital resources on land, marine, and solar-terrestrial topics.
 

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