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Palaeobotany, Botany, and Palaeontology Journals Online
Access to Selected Geoscience Journals
Open Access Publishing
ResearchGate and Other Academic Social-Networking Sites
Books Online
Meta Indexes for Journals Online
Impact Factor
Efficient Literature Search via Telnet and Other Information Retrieval Databases
Palaeobotanical, Botanical and Palaeontological Bibliographies
Abstracts- and Preprint Server
Looking for Second Hand Books
Book Price Comparison
Book Reviews
Search for Books in Geo- and Bio-Sciences
Academic Booksellers
Access to Libraries
Dissertations Online

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Categories
Palaeobotany, Botany, and Palaeontology Journals Online
Access to Selected Geoscience Journals
Open Access Publishing
Books Online
Meta Indexes for Journals Online
Impact Factor
Palaeobotanical, Botanical and Palaeontological Bibliographies
Abstracts- and Preprint Server
Looking for Second Hand Books
Book Price Comparison
Book Reviews
Search for Books in Geo- and Bio-Sciences
Academic Booksellers
Access to Libraries

! Search for Plagiarism@
Search for PDF Files@
Search Engines focused on Botany and Earth Sciences@


Efficient Literature Search via Telnet and Other Information Retrieval Databases


The National Agricultural Library (NAL): AGRICOLA (AGRICultural OnLine Access). AGRICOLA is a machine-readable database of bibliographic records. This database is organized into two bibliographic data sets, which must be searched separately. One data set is the Online Public Access Catalog, known as "Books, etc.," that contains citations for books, audiovisual materials, serial publications, and other NAL and cooperator holdings. The other data set is the Journal Article Citation Index, known as "Articles, etc." It includes citations, many with abstracts, for journal articles (see List of Journals Indexed), book chapters, reports, and reprints, selected primarily from the materials cataloged in Books, etc. Both data sets are updated daily with newly cataloged and indexed materials.

Aplus.net: How Telnet Brought Information to the Masses. Solid TELNET resource links, along with a history of the TELNET protocol.

N. Bakkalbasi et al. (2006): Three options for citation tracking: Google Scholar, Scopus and Web of Science. In PDF, Biomedical Digital Libraries. See also here.

BAM Portal (Bibliotheksservice-Zentrum Baden-Württemberg, BSZ). The BAM Portal enables the search in the collections of the participating libraries, archives, museums and other sources in Germany.

! GeoRef Preview Database. Free access to references of recent geoscience publications. Each weekend, completed references are removed from the Preview database and transferred to GeoRef, new references are added, and changes are made in the remaining data. Excellent!
Hosted by American Geological Institute, Alexandria, VA: GeoRef Information Services. GeoRef is the most comprehensive database in the geosciences and continues to grow by more than 60,000 references a year.
See also:
Serials List. An alphabetical listing of un-abbreviated versions (!) of journal titles covered in GeoRef can be accessed in PDF format.

! Google Scholar: Just as with Google Web Search, Google Scholar orders your search results by how relevant they are to your query, so the most useful references should appear at the top of the page. 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.

The International DOI Foundation. The DOI System provides a framework for persistent identification, managing intellectual content, managing metadata, linking customers with content suppliers, facilitating electronic commerce, and enabling automated management of media. Go to: Frequently Asked Questions about the DOI System, and Factsheet DOI System and Internet Identifier Specifications.

! ISI Web of Knowledge (by Thomson Reuters). ISI Web of Knowledge is a research platform, helping you quickly find, analyze, and share information in the sciences. Go to: Access ISI Web of Knowledge. Now with conference proceedings.

! Open access (OA), Germany, and Public Library of Science (PLoS). "Open access means immediate, free and unrestricted online access to digital scholarly material, primarily peer-reviewed research articles in scholarly journals" (Wikipedia). Excellent! Go to:
Earth Sciences, and Biology (in German). See also:
Open access to scientific literature (OASE, Universitätsbibliothek Karlsruhe),
Open Access Overview. Focusing on open access to peer-reviewed research articles and their preprints, and
Open Access News. News from the open access movement.

W.R. Riedel et al. (2006): Moving Fingers: Coming of Age: ISI & Googling. In PDF, Palaeontologia Electronica, 9.

! ScienceDirect. ScienceDirect offers more than a quarter of the world's scientific information online.

Peter Scott, Northern Lights Internet Solutions, Saskatoon, Sask, Canada: Hytelnet: Archive of Telnet Sites. Hytelnet was the first online, hypertext Internet directory, compiled in 1990. It is no longer being maintained and none of the links are active. If you are interested in linking to library home pages and web-based online catalogs, see Libdex, the library directory.

! US Geological Survey Library, Reston, Virginia: Ask a Librarian. If you are a student, teacher, or researcher, you may use the e-mail reference service for assistance in finding information on geology, hydrology, cartography, biology, paleontology, environmental science and related topics. A USGS reference librarian will attempt to respond within 3 working days.

U.S. Library of Medicine, PubMed: MEDLINE.

! Edith L. Taylor, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Natural History Museum, University of Kansas:  Paleobotanical Database.  This database contains 48,000+ bibliographic entries in paleobotany, palynology, Antarctic paleobiology and women in science.  Entries are searchable by various fields. Search for "Triassic". Excellent!

Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Digital object identifier (DOI).

! WorldCat (OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc., Dublin OH USA). WorldCat is a global network of library content and services that uses the Web. See especially:
! WorldCat Identities. WorldCat Identities has a summary page for every name in WorldCat (currently some 30 million names). Excellent!











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