The NASA Technical Reports Server is a valuable resource for researchers, students, educators, and the public to access NASA's current and historical technical literature and engineering results. Over 500,000 aerospace-related citations, over 200,000 full-text online documents, and over 500,000 images and videos are available. NTRS content continues to grow as new scientific and technical information (STI) is created or funded by NASA.
A browsable and searchable index to the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Literature produced by ESRI, the developer of the ArcGIS suite of software products. Even though it was created by a commercial software company, this database is the most comprehensive index to the GIS literature available. It contains descriptions (and where availble, links to full-text) for more than 100,000 scholarly and technical journal articles, books, whitepapers, and conference presentations.
The INIS collection is one of the world's largest collections of published information on the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. In addition to having over 3.3 million bibliographic records, it also offers online access to a unique set of non conventional literature (NCL) of over 280,000 full-text documents, such as scientific and technical reports, conference proceedings, patents and theses, not available through commercial channels.
This series of reports on the Ocean Drilling Project, an ongoing investigation of the geology of the sea floor, operated by Texas A&M University.
The United States Geological Survey is making a large number of its publications, dealing with geology, hydrology, minerals and mining and other topics, available in electronic form. Among the book series available on this site are USGS numbered series, general interest publications, and yearbooks.
For a list of series titles and date ranges, see the site's contents list.
Summaries of the world's technical and scientific literature on water-related topics covering the characteristics, conservation, control, pollution, treatment, use and management of water resources.
The ProQuest Social Sciences Database cluster allows users to simultaneously perform a search in any or all of the following databases:
POPLINE is the world's largest bibliographic database on population, family planning, reproductive health and related issues, containing hundreds of thousands of records, representing published and unpublished literature, including books and book chapters, journal articles, technical reports, conference papers, newspaper articles, theses and disserations, and laws, bills and court decisions. Note: The full text ordering option is available only in developing countries.
Agricultural & Environmental Science Databases has abstracts and citations from over 6,000 journals and other sources. Over 1,000 titles have full text access. This database comprises multiple databases, including the former Environmental Sciences & Pollution Management, Agricola, Sustainability Science Abstracts, Toxline, and Water Resources Abstracts databases.
Clase indexes documents published in Latin American and Caribbean journals specializing in the social sciences and humanities. Periódica covers journals specializing in science and technology. The databases index publications from 24 different countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.