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  • ScienceResearch.com (1206)

    ScienceResearch.com allows students, teachers, professors, researchers, and the general public to access pertinent information, quickly, easily, and with confidence from both public and private high quality research journals and databases via a single portal. Powered by DWT's proprietary Explorit(TM) deep web search engine, a single query will search thousands of high quality journals and databases, effectively millions of documents, in real-time. Additionally, powered by DWT's proprietary QuickRank(TM) technology, the results are conveniently ranked by relevance on a single results page. (6/15/2005)

  • Google Scholar (815)

    Google Scholar enables you to search specifically for scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports from all broad areas of research. Use Google Scholar to find articles from a wide variety of academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories and universities, as well as scholarly articles available across the web. Includes number of times paper is cited and link to a listing of those papers. Searching by author and key words. Searches for both standard bibliographic infromation as well as words in text. (12/7/2004)

  • Annotated Checklist of Fishes (780)

    The Annotated Checklists of Fishes is an electronic journal published by the California Academy of Sciences. Established in 2003, the journal "serves to provide the most up-to-date taxonomic treatment of each family of Recent fishes." The Checklists are available in PDF files and are organized sequentially, phylogenetically, and alphabetically by family. This site links to other sections of the Department of Ichthyology at the California Academy of Sciences as well, including the Catalog of Fishes, Collection Database, Funding Opportunities, Newsletter of Systematic Ichthyology, and more. From The NSDL Scout Report for the Life Sciences, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-2003. (4/2/2004)

  • Catalog of Fishes (923)

    Produces by the California Academy of Science, the online "Catalog of Fishes" conatins about 55,000 described species and subspecies (= species) of fishes, about 10,300 genera and subgenera (= genera) of fishes, and about 20,000 references. Approximately 4,000 of the species names are not available for use because of technical reasons. About 26,000 species are valid ones, and about 25,000 are synonyms. About 200-300 new species are being described each year. Included in the on-line version are all species, genera, and references, along with the classification, introduction, and list of museum abreviations. Other parts of the printed version are not included, such as the interpretation of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature (Appendix A), and the species and genera in a classification (which can be simulated with appropriate searches), and Appendix B. (4/2/2004)

  • APIRS Online - the database of aquatic, wetland and invasive plants (952)

    The APIRS bibliographic database is an online resource devoted to freshwater aquatic and wetland plants, as well as terrestrial and aquatic invasive plants. The database includes annotated citations for more than 58,000 research articles, books and reports about plant ecology, physiology, utilization and control. Items in many languages dating back to the 18th century are in this inclusive database. From the Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants, The University of Florida. (4/7/2003)

  • Chemical Ecology of Insects (808)

    This Web site by Dr. John Byers of the US Department of Agriculture's Agriculture Research Service provides a plethora of information and resources on the chemical ecology of insects. The site's main focus is providing databases and compilations of scientific research papers that cover numerous aspects of insect ecology, many of which have been authored by Byers. The site also includes additional databases and downloadable software. Although the site has many tools for researchers, some resources have an educational focus that may make them applicable to a more general audience.From The NSDL Scout Report for the Life Sciences, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-2002. (5/23/2002)

  • SCAPE Lakes Bibliography (1078)

    This listing consists of Late Quaternary palaeoenvironmental sites within the SCAPE (Study of Cultural Adaptations in the Canadian Prairie Ecozone) study area of western interior Canada, northern US and adjacent areas. Not all sites are lakes; some are peatlands, wetlands, fens, or bogs. Many sites have yielded pollen data, but the listing also includes sites where plant macroremains, diatoms, and algal pigments have been investigated. The references included for each site are the main ones with primary data or detailed discussions. So far (9 Jan 02), the listing consists of 337 sites and 324 citations. (1/9/2002)

  • DIALOG: Dissertation Citations and Abstracts (828)

    Sponsored by ASLO, the Dissertation Initiative for the Advancement of Limnology and Oceanography Index contains citations and abstracts for recent work ('92-pres) in biological, chemical, geological and physical science which is relevant to biologically oriented limnology or oceanography. (4/12/2000)

  • Sea Grant Nonindigineous Species Site (996)

    National information center that contains a comprehensive collection of research publications and education materials produced by Sea Grant programs and other research institutions across the country on zebra mussels and other aquatic nuisance species. Also includes links to other sites that also focus on nonindigenous species. (1/19/2000)

  • CyBib - Cyanobacteria bibliography (766)

    CyBib is a bibliographic database exclusively for scientific literature about cyanobacteria (blue-green algae). (6/9/1999)

  • The Effects of Temperature on Invertebrates and Fish - A Selected Bibliography (903)

    The bibliography focuses on aquatic invertebrates and fish, and includes information on cold as well as warm temperatures. While most of the 3,453 references concern whole organisms, there are some that involve molecular, cellular or tissue studies. There are no references, however, to plants and few to microorganisms, parasites or insects. Nearly all the references have appeared in peer-reviewed journals, though a few reports are included. There are no references to theses or dissertations. This bibliography ends in about 1993. Commercial bibliographies are available that provide references since 1993. (12/18/1998)

  • Bibliography of the Ephemeroptera (971)

    A searchable, working bibliography with over 2300 references. Part of Ephemeroptera Galactica. (10/1/1998)

  • World Dryopoid Bibliography (924)

    A searchable database of Dryopoidea literature. (10/1/1998)

  • Insect Bibliographies (1062)

    The Insect Bibliography Server from the Midwest Lovestock Insects Research Laboratory at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (10/1/1998)

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