Geology & Earth Sciences
|Dictionary of earth sciences||Online only|
|Encyclopedia of earth sciences||REF QE 5. E 5137 1996|
|Encyclopedia of geology||REF QE 5. E 516 2005|
|Encyclopedia of paleontology||REF QE 703. E 523 1999|
|Encyclopedia of sediments & sedimentary rocks||REF QE 471.2 E 53 2003|
|Encyclopedia of volcanoes||REF QE 522. E 53 2000|
|Glossary of geology||REF QE 5. G 37 2005|
|Oxford companion to the earth||REF QE 5. O 94 2000|
Journal ArticlesAcademic Search Premier
This multidisciplinary database is a great place to start looking for articles on any topic.Applied Science and Technology
This general science database has millions of articles on geology, earth sciences, environmental science, and related fields.GEORef
GEORef is the premier geology article database and can be used to locate articles on a wide variety of topics including chemistry, tectonics, geologic time, hydrology, and more.JSTOR
JSTOR is a journal archive that includes articles on scientific topics, including geography and paleontology.Nature Precedings
Created by Nature Publishing, this database provides access to preprints of academic papers in genetics, biology, microbiology, and more.
Web ResourcesEncyclopedia of Earth
The Encyclopedia of Earth contains information on geology, evolution, biology, and more.Geodata
This site is a portal to geosciences information created by the United States Government. In addition to statistical and scientific information, this site can also be used to find and create maps.Geology and Earth Sciences Terms and Definitions
This online dictionary contains short, mostly jargon-free definitions of many geology and earth sciences terms.Globalchange.gov
The main goal of this site is to enable interagency data management and sharing. The result is that government high-quality data is available to everyone. "Ask Dr. Global Change" helps user's access data to answer specific global change questions.Quakeline
Created by geologists at the Research Foundation of the State of New York, this site is a database of articles, books, and other materials about earthquakes. No full text is included in the database. Use the Library's catalog or Journals by Title to locate copies.Science.gov
Science.gov searches over 36 databases and 1,850 selected websites, offering 200 million pages of authoritative U.S. government science information, including research and development results.Scientific Commons
This online database contains abstracts and links to more than 13 million papers in the sciences, including physics, mathematics, biology, and more.State of Utah Government Publications
Search the State of Utah's Digital Library for thousands of government documents on the geology and hydrology of Utah.Structural Geology on the Web
This Web site, aptly characterized as "a deformed road cut along the information superhighway," provides a comprehensive array of hypertext links to resources in structural geology and in the deeper area of tectonics, including plate tectonics.
U.S. Geological Survey Library
This site has four main sections. The "What's New" section deals with current database and information projects. A second section, "About the Library" addresses the library's topical coverage, the conditions of public access, and the identity of administrative, reference, circulation, and loan personnel at each library location. The third section "Databases" features a link to the indexed catalog of holdings in the USGS library. The fourth section "Special Collections" includes a number of important links to searchable indexes.
Western Waters Digital Library
The Western Waters Library contains information about books and reports on hydrology and water issues in the American West.
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