Databases for Forestry
Databases index magazine, newspaper and journal articles. Purchased databases with the icon are accessible only to MU users. Many databases will give you the full text of an article.
| ||Coverage includes plant and animal sciences, forestry, human health and nutrition, veterinary medicine, agricultural biotechnology economics and engineering, rural sociology, recreation, tourism, and leisure. Includes access to CAB Archives. [more] |
| ||Scopus is an abstract and citation database of research literature and quality web sources , including journals, conference proceedings, trade publications, abstracts, and patent records. It is a multidisciplinary resource covering materials from the humanities, sciences and social sciences. Scopus allows you to locate the most highly cited items and the articles that cite them.
|SciFinder Scholar (Chemical Abstracts)|
| ||SciFinder Scholar contains a comprehensive database of chemical and chemical engineering literature including patents (1907 – date, with selected coverage back to 1878) and the CAS Registry with information on 18 million substances. Also useful for biotechnology, toxicology, environmental science, medicine, food science and nuclear science. Available via the web which requires registration using your MU e-mail address. [more] |
|Academic Search Complete|
| ||Academic Search Complete provides full-text for 9000 journals, including more than 7850 peer-reviewed journals. It also offers indexing and abstracts for more than 13,780 journals. [more] |
|Google Scholar & Findit@MU|
| ||Google Scholar Instructions are provided for setting up Findit@MU in your Google Scholar search. This will enable you to link from your Google search results to the full-text resources provided by the MU Libraries. [more] |
| ||The National Library of Medicine free article search engine, containing article references from MEDLINE, PreMEDLINE, OLDMEDLINE, plus some publisher-supplied and out of scope citations from certain general science and chemistry journals. To run a cited reference search on an article found in PubMed, copy and paste the PMID article Identifier
here. [more] |