Information resources for your research.
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Research Guide Home
Here is a great place to start for finding reliable and scholarly information sources.
Use these suggested databases to find articles on most Earth and Atmospheric Sciences topics. For resources related to other natural sciences and to engineering see additional Research Guides.
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- AAPG Datapages
Full text of AAPG Bulletin and other AAPG publications.
- AGU Digital Library
Full text of American Geophysical Union journals.
Comprehensive geoscience database from American Geological Institute.
For advanced searching, especially related to formations or other geographic terminology, use the Thesaurus option to choose keywords.
(See AGI 's introduction to using the thesaurus: http://www.americangeosciences.org/sites/default/files/Introduction.pdf)
Full text of 40+ key journals in geosciences.
Search for maps, cross sections, charts, data, etc from GeoscienceWorld publications.
- GIS-UDRIL (GIS Upstream Digital Reference Information Library)
Provides geological data in georeferenced formats for use in GIS mapping applications.
Full text of SPE papers, Offshore Technology Conference papers and others.
- Petroleum Abstracts TULSA Database
Premier resource for petroleum exploration and production journal literature.
Full text of Elsevier journals, the largest publisher of science and technology journals
Similar to Web of Science for citation searching. Find who cited who from 1996-present. Covers more publications than Web of Science.
- Web of Science
Highly cited journals in the sciences and engineering. Find who cited who from 1955-present.
Publications from Springer (science publisher).
Import citations into Refworks and file them, cite in the style you need, create in-text citations and bibliographies.