Databases / Journal Articles
This site provides full-text access to 174 journals, and indexes many more. Science Direct covers Agricultural and Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, Genetics, and Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, and more. (To get full-text articles when searching in this database, you must choose Source: Subscribed Journals. Please see a librarian for clarification.)
Article1st indexes approximately 12,500 journals and magazines, across all subject areas. This database indicates which journal and magazine articles are available in the Alma College Library.
General Science Abstracts
Indexes 150 science journals and magazines from the US and Great Britain. Coverage is from 1984 to the present. Updated monthly.
Materials relating to all aspects of agriculture, forestry, and animal science.
ProQuest Science and Technology Module
Indexes over 500 science journals, including many full-text resources.
Envirofacts Data Warehouse (EPA)
Searchable database of government-produced environmental data and reports organized by topic and location.
EPA Sector Notebooks
A compilation of 28 sector notebooks, each dealing with a specific industry. Each notebook has an introduction to the industry, a description of the industrial process, a chemical release and transfer profile and opportunities for pollution prevention.
GEODE (Geo-Data Explorer from USGS)
Gateway to geographically-referenced data that allows the user to manipulate and display various types of information such as satellite images and spreadsheet data.
Geoscience Information Resources
This site is a collection of links to geoscience information on the web, organized by topic.
Great Lakes Commission
This bi-national public agency advocates sustainable development, smart resource management and conservation and acts as a unified voice for all member states and provinces. Data sets and fact sheets are available on topics relating to the health of the Great Lakes.
The U.S. Federal Government is the world's largest producer of information. This site makes government-produced science information easier to find through organized topic hierarchies.
Scirus is the "most comprehensive science-specific search engine on the Internet." It searches over 150 million science-specific Web pages, providing access to journal articles as well as web-sites.
United States Environmental Protection Agency
Full-text access to a large number of agency publications. Includes facts, data, educational documents, the EPA Journal, reference sources, and a dictionary of environmental acronyms and terminology.
Water Resources of the United States
Water research projects in areas including ecology, sediment transport, ground-water chemistry, hydrology, etc.