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Lexis Advance provides online access to U.S. federal and state law sources, constitutions, legislation, legislative history, statutory codes, regulations, regulatory materials, cases, case digests, public records, law reviews, treatises, and legal news.
Cabells Is a tool that researchers can use to identify deceptive and predatory journals and publishers. Cabells has established rigorous criteria for reviewing journals and their Review Board works to evaluate all journals suspected of deceptive, fraudulent, and/or predatory practices.
Environmental Studies Program Information System (ESPIS), presents information about ongoing and completed BOEM ESP studies. The search tool allows text and map-based queries to find relevant study information. Study information includes downloadable electronic documents of study profiles, technical summaries, and final reports, and links to associated publications and digital data required by the ESP Data and Information Specifications. The ESPIS search tool is hosted on a shared platform with MarineCadastre.gov, which is developed in partnership with the NOAA Office for Coastal Management.
MarineCadastre.gov is an integrated marine information system that provides authoritative, up-to-date data, tools, and technical support for ocean and Great Lakes planning. MarineCadastre.gov was created to comply with Section 388 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 but is also providing the geospatial framework needed for the broader marine spatial planning initiative called for in the National Ocean Policy. MarineCadastre.gov has three primary focus areas: Web map viewers and decision-support tools, a spatial data registry, and technical support and regional capacity-building. https://www.boem.gov/espis/
Access to over 22,000 full-text ebooks. Topic areas include aquaculture, economics, finance and accounting, chemistry, Earth and space sciences, environmental sciences, life sciences, mathematics and statistics, social sciences, and more.
The NOAA Central Library is to support and further NOAA’s mission of promoting global environmental stewardship in order to conserve and wisely manage the Nation's marine and coastal resources; and describing, monitoring, and predicting changes in the Earth's environment in order to ensure and enhance sustainable economic opportunities.