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How do I get the article?
In most of our databases, you'll see this button next to each reference: .
Clicking this button may open up the article automatically, or you will see options to get the article:
- Online, if available)
- In print (links to Roger)
- Via interlibrary loan (Request) if we don't have the article.
Databases for Finding Journal Articles
BIOSIS Citation Index
The BIOSIS Citation Index database is an excellent database for marine microbiology. BIOSIS coverage is from 1926 to present and it includes around 6000 journals, conference proceedings, books, & technical reports in all aspects of biological sciences including marine biology, marine ecology, microbiology, and molecular biology.
Covers over 5,500 journals in the biomedical and health sciences and years covered are generally 1946 - present. Search using keywords, be as specific as possible. Use this database for any topics where impact on humans or human health is important.
Web of Science
Indexes over 18,000 journals in all subjects (coverage back to 1900 for science and social science journals), as well as 80,000 books and more than 180K conference proceedings. Includes the popular "cited reference search" to identify papers which have cited a previously published work or author. Can also sort by "times cited" and find related articles based on commonly cited works.
The Zoological Record database has extensive coverage of zoology from 1864-present. Indexes over 4,500 journals, books, conference papers, & selected dissertations in zoology, and includes a very good subject vocabulary and helpful taxonomic hierarchies.