Over one-third of respondents (39%, n=27) indicated that they used an online bibliographic database
to search the literature in the past year (Table 1).
The Bibliographic Database
stores thousands of articles dealing with on-site and small-community wastewater topics.
Started in 1972 and updated every two weeks with over 1,400 records, the Rapra Abstracts database is the world's premier bibliographic database
for the rubber, plastics and polymeric composites industries, and currently contains in excess of 670,000 records.
He has also tested it by querying and retrieving citations-in English or Japanese-from INSPEC, a British bibliographic database
covering texts on physics, electronics, and computing.
Known as IRIDESCENT (for Implicit Relationship IDEntification by in-Silico Construction of an Entity-Based Network from Text), the program allows full-scale automated analysis of records in MEDLINE, the National Library of Medicine's bibliographic database
OCLC will create and host a catalog based on member libraries' holdings listings in OCLC's WorldCat bibliographic database
It's a bibliographic database
run by the two schools' librarians, covering material from around 1865 to the present about built environment and planning in Ireland.
COMPILED ALL-INCLUSIVE CHEMICAL BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATABASE
to investigate, plan, and implement the replacement and upgrading of the existing bibliographic database
network infrastructure to provide for local and remote access via the Internet to the bibliographic commercial databases held by the library for all client groups;
gov/coeprc/) offers visitors a bibliographic database
for searching and reading about more than 600 environmental health materials developed by the Community Outreach and Education Programs, or COEPs, associated with each of the 25 NIEHS centers.
Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA) and BioOne have entered into a partnership wherein CSA will create a bibliographic database
that indexes research papers in the journals available through BioOne's full-text service.