3 de diciembre de 2015

Arctic and Antarctic Regions database trial now available

The Scott Polar Research Institute Library is trialling a new database that may be of interest to those of you working on histories of exploration, globalisation or environmental science.

Arctic & Antarctic Regions provides records consisting of abstracts and annotations from 12 database files containing over 1.4 million records from books, dissertations, government reports, monographs, conference proceedings, scientific periodicals and theses. The database provides access to valuable research on cold regions, spanning from 1818 to the present.

The trial of Arctic and Antarctic Regions database is available until 23rd December.

The librarian Peter Lund, copied in, is keen to hear from users whether you find this database valuable so that he can make a decision about whether or not to subscribe. If you think the database might be relevant to your work, please have a look and let Peter know how you get on.