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Biomathematics Research Resources   Tags: biology, mathematics  

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Using the Catalog

Hawaii Voyager

Find books and journal titles in print, microfilm, cd, dvd, and online in the UH Library system

      Search by Title in Basic Search
    • pangeometrie [Title begins with]
    • lecture notes in mathematics [Title begins with]

      Search by Author
    • lobachevskii
    • lobachevskii nikolai

      Search for a Journal Title in Basic Search
    • journal of the american mathematical society [Journal Title begins with]
    • lecture notes in mathematics [Journal Title begins with]
    • journal f?r die reine [Title Keyword ? used to find variant spelling]

      Search using Keywords
    • lecture notes in mathematics AND 723 [Keyword Anywhere or Boolean Keyword in Basic Search] to find numbered volume in series.

Find the Call Number, note the Location Find where the item is shelved using the collections map handout. Most mathematics books will be classified as QA and will be found on the 2nd floor of Hamilton Addition.

Use the Get Item link on the right nav bar to recall a checked out book or to request the book from another UH System library.


    Review Articles

    A good start to your research is to find review articles that summarize and provide an objective analysis of previously published research. A great source for biomathematics review literature is the Annual Reviews index.

    See to begin your quest.


    Useful Links

    • Science & Technology Reference

      Links to subject guides, contact information, workshops.

    • Find Electronic Journals and Books

      To find electronic journals provided by the UH Manoa Libraries search the Electronic Resources gateway. Note: the best way to link to articles is from the index through the FIND IT link.

    • Library Hours
    • Call Number Locations

      Most of the science collections (Library of Congress alpha Q-V) will be in the Addition floors 1-4. Exceptions include items marked Folio, which are held on the 2nd floor Main, items held in Sinclair Library, and Oceanography (Library of Congress alpha GC on the 2nd floor Main)


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