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A collection of search engines, online archives, databases and keywords

  • You want to know where you can get the book you need?
    Copy or write the title into the search mask of Karlsruhe Virtual Catalog. KVK will show you, where you can get it – worldwide.
    (Find KVK in the posting below the index.)

    The book or article you need for a WTE project is not available?
    Use the topic "Request for help". Maybe a forum member owns it and can give you the information you need.

    Keywords wanted? Please scroll down to the end of the list.

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Post by maertha » July 18th, 2010, 4:36 pm

INDEX
  • 1.Karlsruhe Virtual Catalog
    The Karlsruhe Virtual Catalog is a meta search interface which allows you to access library and book trade catalogs via WWW
    (more than 500 million books and serials in library and book trade catalogs worldwide)

    2.GRIN Bibliography
    The GRIN Bibliography presently contains 42,400 records on diurnal raptors, and new records are being added daily

    3.Ornithological Worldwide Literature
    OWL is a compilation of citations and abstracts from the worldwide scientific literature that pertain to the science of ornithology.
    A major attraction is its coverage of the 'grey' literature, which are not abstracted by commercial databases such as Zoological Record or the Science Citation Index

    4.BirdLife
    Through this search you can look for information on all birds of the world.
    You can find information on a particular species or sets of species by specifying a number of different search criteria

    5.The Virtual Library of Biology
    The Virtual Library of Biology (vifabio) is a project of the University Library “Johann Christian Senckenberg”, Frankfurt/Main in cooperation with other libraries and biological organisations. This portal offers rapid access to biological literature and information

    6.Biolib
    Biolib is a collection of historic and modern biology books. Over 100000 scanned pages available.

    7.Searchable Ornithological Research Archive (The SORA project)
    This archive provides access to an extensive Ornithological literature of international scope, and detailed material documenting the history of Ornithology in North America over the last 120 years

    8.AnimalBase
    “AnimalBase is a service provided by the Zoological Institute of the University of Göttingen, Germany.
    It is our scope to provide copyright-free open access to zoological works, and provide manually verified lists of names of zoological genera and species as a free resource for the public.”

    9.Raptor Information System
    RIS - a keyworded catalog of over 33,000 references about the biology and management of birds of prey.
    It includes books, articles, theses, government reports, and other gray literature regarding raptors worldwide. You can search by author, title, keyword, year of publication... or any combination of these fields. You can also search for articles on a particular raptor species by typing in the genus and the species or by referring to an extensive 4,000 keyword list

    10.Baltic Marine Environment Bibliography 1970-
    The Baltic Marine Environment Bibliography covers bibliographic information on the Baltic Sea, i.e. all marine areas from the Gulfs of Finland and Bothnia in the east and north to the Belt Sea and Kattegat in the west. It contains references to reports including "grey literature", journal articles, books, conference proceedings, dissertations etc. The bibliography covers material from the year 1970, currently over 13 000 references

    See also: HELCOM - Current publications, documents, manuals and guidelines
    The Helsinki Commission, or HELCOM, works to protect the marine environment of the Baltic Sea from all sources of pollution through intergovernmental co-operation between Denmark, Estonia, the European Community, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Sweden

    Additional: Sea the Baltic Sea (Book, full text available in English, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian and Russian)

    11.GROMS Literature Search
    Global Register of Migratory Species: Summarising Knowledge about Migratory Species for Conservation

    12.BioOne
    BioOne is a global, not-for-profit collaboration bringing together scientific societies, publishers, and libraries to provide access to critical, peer-reviewed research in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences

    13.BASE
    Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE) is one of the world's most voluminous search engines especially for academic open access web resources. BASE is operated by Bielefeld University Library

    14.DOAJ
    Directory of Open Access Journals. "This service covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals. We aim to cover all subjects and languages. There are now 5271 journals in the directory. Currently 2197 journals are searchable at article level. As of today 432603 articles are included in the DOAJ service

    15.WorldCAt
    WorldCat is dedicated to offering you access to the widest possible range of resources. You are now able to search our collection and the collections of many other libraries worldwide using WorldCat, the world's largest network of library-based content and services (Databases OAIster)

    16.Ornitholigical Science
    Journal; The Ornithological Society of Japan. Search in contents of "Ornithological Science"

    17.Google books

    18.The collection of animal voices
    The collection consists of around 110,000 recordings of animal voices. The collection comprises recordings of 1,800 species of birds, 580 species of mammals, more than 150 species of arthropods, some fish, amphibian and reptilian species and a large collection of human voices

    19.PdfMeta
    An easy way to find PDF files

    20.Avian Review
    This website serves two key purposes, which are to...
    One: Arrange and show the wide variety of bird books that exist in the different categories of countries, regions, family groups, or species.
    Two: Describe or show what's in these books to help your decision making process on whether or not to find and buy the book.

    21.iSpot - A site to help you identify anything in nature
    iSpot is a website aimed at helping anyone identify anything in nature.
    Once you've registered, you can add an observation to the website and suggest an identification yourself or see if anyone else can identify it for you

    22.BookFinder
    A one-stop ecommerce search engine that searches over 150 million books for sale—new, used, rare, out-of-print, and textbooks.

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Post by maertha » July 19th, 2010, 9:19 pm

1.Karlsruhe Virtual Catalog

The Karlsruhe Virtual Catalog is a meta search interface which allows you to access library and book trade catalogs via WWW (more than 500 million books and serials in library and book trade catalogs worldwide).

http://www.ubka.uni-karlsruhe.de/kvk_en.html

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Post by maertha » July 19th, 2010, 9:20 pm

2.GRIN Bibliography

“The GRIN Bibliography presently contains 42,400 records on diurnal raptors, and new records are being added daily.”

http://grin.biblio.globalraptors.org/rmwp

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Post by maertha » July 19th, 2010, 9:25 pm

3.Ornithological Worldwide Literature

OWL is a compilation of citations and abstracts from the worldwide scientific literature that pertain to the science of ornithology.

A major attraction is its coverage of the 'grey' literature, which are not abstracted by commercial databases such as Zoological Record or the Science Citation Index.”

http://www.birdlit.org/OWL/advancedsearch.htm

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Post by maertha » July 19th, 2010, 9:30 pm

4.BirdLife

“Through this search you can look for information on all birds of the world. You can find information on a particular species or sets of species by specifying a number of different search criteria.”

http://www.birdlife.org/datazone/species/index.html

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Post by maertha » July 19th, 2010, 9:34 pm

5.The Virtual Library of Biology

"The Virtual Library of Biology (vifabio) is a project of the University Library “Johann Christian Senckenberg”, Frankfurt/Main in cooperation with other libraries and biological organisations. This portal offers rapid access to biological literature and information."

http://www.vifabio.de/?lang=en

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Post by maertha » July 19th, 2010, 9:38 pm

6.Biolib

Biolib is a collection of historic and modern biology books. Over 100000 scanned pages available.

http://www.biolib.de/

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Post by maertha » July 19th, 2010, 9:47 pm

7.Searchable Ornithological Research Archive

This archive provides access to an extensive Ornithological literature of international scope, and detailed material documenting the history of Ornithology in North America over the last 120 years.

The SORA project is an open access electronic journal archive and is the product of a collaboration between the American Ornithologists Union, the Cooper Ornithological Society, the Association of Field Ornithologists, the Wilson Ornithological Society and the University of New Mexico libraries and IT department.


http://elibrary.unm.edu/sora/index.php

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Post by maertha » July 19th, 2010, 9:52 pm

8.AnimalBase

“AnimalBase is a service provided by the Zoological Institute of the University of Göttingen, Germany. It is our scope to provide copyright-free open access to zoological works, and provide manually verified lists of names of zoological genera and species as a free resource for the public.”

http://www.animalbase.de/

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Post by maertha » July 19th, 2010, 11:01 pm

9.Raptor Information System

RIS - a keyworded catalog of over 33,000 references about the biology and management of birds of prey. It includes books, articles, theses, government reports, and other gray literature regarding raptors worldwide.

You can search by author, title, keyword, year of publication... or any combination of these fields. You can also search for articles on a particular raptor species by typing in the genus and the species or by referring to an extensive 4,000 keyword list.

http://ris.wr.usgs.gov/search.asp

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Post by maertha » August 12th, 2010, 8:58 pm

10.Baltic Marine Environment Bibliography 1970-

The Baltic Marine Environment Bibliography covers bibliographic information on the Baltic Sea, i.e. all marine areas from the Gulfs of Finland and Bothnia in the east and north to the Belt Sea and Kattegat in the west. It contains references to reports including "grey literature", journal articles, books, conference proceedings, dissertations etc. The bibliography covers material from the year 1970, currently over 13 000 references.

The subject coverage includes all aspects of the marine environment of the Baltic Sea, for example ecology, fauna and flora, fisheries, hydrography, pollution, environmental impact, research, planning and administrative measures. Noticeable part of references deal with pollution problems. They cover nearly 40 % of the references. The geographical coverage includes the whole Baltic Sea area, i. e. marine areas from the Gulfs of Finland and Bothnia in the east and north to the Belt Sea and the Kattegat in the west.
http://www.otalib.fi/vtt/baltic/search.html

See also:
HELCOM
The Helsinki Commission, or HELCOM, works to protect the marine environment of the Baltic Sea from all sources of pollution through intergovernmental co-operation between Denmark, Estonia, the European Community, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Sweden.

Current publications, documents, manuals and guidelines.
http://www.helcom.fi/helcom/en_GB/aboutus/

Read more:
See the Baltic Sea
Baltic Environmental Forum; Riga 2009
The book is available in English, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian and Russian
http://www.visitbalticsea.net/download/Book_EN.pdf

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Post by maertha » August 14th, 2010, 10:21 pm

11.GROMS Literature Search

Global Register of Migratory Species: Summarising Knowledge about Migratory Species for Conservation

Keywords: White-tailed Eagle and Haliaeetus albicilla

http://groms.unep.de/view_new2008/query ... ew2008.php

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Post by maertha » August 15th, 2010, 5:03 pm

12.BioOne

"BioOne is a global, not-for-profit collaboration bringing together scientific societies, publishers, and libraries to provide access to critical, peer-reviewed research in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences."

BioOne subscribing institutions:
http://www.bioone.org/page/subscribe/pa ... stitutions

Search: http://www.bioone.org/

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13.BASE

"Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE) is one of the world's most voluminous search engines especially for academic open access web resources. BASE is operated by Bielefeld University Library."

http://www.base-search.net/

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Post by maertha » August 15th, 2010, 5:05 pm

14.DOAJ

Directory of Open Access Journals. "This service covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals. We aim to cover all subjects and languages. There are now 5271 journals in the directory. Currently 2197 journals are searchable at article level. As of today 432603 articles are included in the DOAJ service."

http://www.doaj.org/

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Post by maertha » August 15th, 2010, 5:06 pm

15.WorldCAt

"WorldCat is dedicated to offering you access to the widest possible range of resources. You are now able to search our collection and the collections of many other libraries worldwide using WorldCat, the world's largest network of library-based content and services."

Databases OAIster
http://oaister.worldcat.org/?&lang=en

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Post by maertha » August 20th, 2010, 9:54 pm

16.Ornitholigical Science

Journal

The Ornithological Society of Japan

Search in contents of "Ornithological Science":

http://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/browse/osj/_vols

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Post by maertha » August 20th, 2010, 9:54 pm

17.Google books

Choose the function: "more"/"books". Give in a keyword. If you choose "full view" at the left side of the page, you can read whole books online.

In many cases (especially if you are looking for historical sources) there´s also the option to make a pdf copy. If this option is available, you will see the button "Download PDF" in the headline at the top of the right, when you "opened" the book.

http://books.google.com/bkshp?hl=en&tab=wp

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Post by maertha » August 20th, 2010, 9:55 pm

18.The collection of animal voices

(Museum für Naturkunde – Leibniz Institute for Research on Evolution and Biodiversity at the Humboldt University Berlin).

The collection consists of around 110,000 recordings of animal voices. The collection comprises recordings of 1,800 species of birds, 580 species of mammals, more than 150 species of arthropods, some fish, amphibian and reptilian species and a large collection of human voices. One third of the animal recordings was made in the wild and two thirds in captivity. Wild animals were mainly recorded in Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, Central Asia, especially Mongolia, some in Northern and Central America and Antarctica.

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http://www.tierstimmenarchiv.de/

Hear also: Listen to Nature
On these pages you will find 400 sound recordings from the large collection of the British Library Sound Archive.

http://www.bl.uk/listentonature/main.html

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