Climate Change Challenges: GEOBASE & GeoRef Insights
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Visit Open-Access Journals/Series for the complete list of Open-Access Series covered in GeoRef. Recent additions include:
Miscellanea Geographica. ISSN 0867-6046. eISSN 2084-6118.
Vodohospodarsky Casopis = Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics. ISSN 0042-790X. eISSN 1338-4333.
Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia. ISSN 0035-6883. eISSN 2039-4942.
Earth Perspectives. ISSN 2194-6434.
Science Advances. ISSN 2375-2548.
Archives of Mining Sciences = Archiwum Gornictwa. ISSN 0860-7001. eISSN 1689-0469.
Journal of Water and Land Development. ISSN 1429-7426. eISSN 2083-4535.
Limnological Review. ISSN 1642-5952. eISSN 2300-7575.
Journal of Water Resource and Protection. ISSN 19453094.
Proceedings – International Association of Hydrological Sciences. ISSN 2199-8981.
Georesursy = Georesources. ISSN 1608-5043.
Led I Sneg = Ice and Snow. ISSN 2076-6734. eISSN 2412-3765.
Hydrological Research Letters. ISSN 1882-3416.
Oregon Geology. (formerly The Ore Bin).
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CanGeoRef launched September 15, 2011! It is another subset of the well-known database, GeoRef. CanGeoRef covers the geosciences literature of Canada and includes references to reports, books, maps, theses, conference proceedings and journal articles. Additional references to Provincial and Territorial Geological Surveys are being provided through collaboration between Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences (CFES) and American Geosciences Institute (AGI).
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Visit the new, fully integrated website of GeoScienceWorld (GSW). It is the single source for access to journals, eBooks, and GeoRef.
The GeoRef and GeoRef In Process databases have been reloaded on the Engineering Village platform in January 2015. The databases now provide the most recent records available. They have also enhanced the records with citation counts, citation details and author profiles from Scopus. For further information visit Engineering Village at http://www.ei.org/releases/
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