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Nov 11 2013

New publications are available at the Scout Report!

USGS: Energy & Minerals

The Energy and Minerals Mission Area of the United States Geological Survey (USGS) “conducts research and assessments on the location, quantity, and quality of material and energy resources, including the economic and environmental effects of resource extraction and use.” Visitors to the site can click on thematic sections such as Energy Resources and Mineral Resources. Each of these areas contains information about each program, along with fact sheets, databases, and detailed geospatial maps. The Program News area contains links to documents such as “Understanding the Global Distribution of Nonfuel Mineral Resources” and a host of summary documents on mineral commodities. Finally, the site is rounded out by the Mineral Resources Products area. Here, visitors can look into hundreds of statistical reports, bulletins, and data sets intended for scientists, journalists, and members of the general public.


Research Guides at Harvard Library

The Harvard University Library has worked closely with a vast array of information technology specialists and others to craft this fine collection of research guides. From African Studies to Zoology, each guide contains information culled from both print resources at Harvard’s libraries to a plethora of digital resources from around the Internet. There are a number of particularly rich guides here, including those for Data and Biological Sciences. Visitors can learn about each resource in detail, including when they were last updated and other salient details. One can imagine that given the breadth of these guides, they might be used in a variety of educational settings from high school to post-graduate studies.

[Source: Scout Report, Volume 19, Number 45, November 8, 2013]



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Nov 11 2013

Spotlight Korea: Introducing Society Journals from Korea, Springer

Springer publishes a list of journals in partnership with academic societies in Korea, spanning a wide range of subject areas: Biomedical Sciences, Chemistry, Computational Sciences, Earth Sciences, Education, Engineering, Food Sciences, Life Sciences, Materials, Medicine and Public Health, Physics, and Service Science.

Click here to read 5 POPULAR ARTICLES of each journal for FREE. The journals are arranged by subject and in alphabetic order.




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