OneSearch is a tool that searches almost everything UHM library has access to. OneSearch is able to search through multiple databases and the UH Voyager Catalog at one time. Results include books, articles, conference papers, maps, government documents, DVDs, archives & manuscripts, and more.
Listed here are several databases relevant to geology and geophysics research. Curious about other databases? Browse the SciTech Reference Department's complete list of databases used for the sciences and technology.
Zoological Record (via Web of Science 1978 - Present)
Citations with abstracts for publications covering all aspects of zoology. Authoritative source on animal names and identification (taxonomy and systematics).
Annual Review of Earth & Planetary Sciences: Substantial review articles written by experts in their fields provide an overview of research in the earth sciences. Search or Browse the volumes. Full text articles available back to 1996, search back to 1973. Print version (QH540 .A53) is also available in Hamilton Library from 1973 to 2008 on the 2nd floor Addition.
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics: Substantial review articles written by experts in their fields provide an overview of research in the earth sciences. Search or Browse the volumes. Full text articles available back to 1996, searching back to 1973. Print version is also available in Hamilton Library (QH540 .A53) on the 3rd floor Addition.
Marcive: A catalog of U.S. Government Printing Office publications from 1976 to present. Provides links to online documents & library holdings information.
Hawaiʻi Statewide GIS Program: Spatial data that includes maps of natural resources & environmental layers, e.g. vegetation, bird habitats.
Science.gov: Search for online U.S. government reports across agencies & departments.
Columbia Earthscape: Includes journal articles, book chapters, conference reports, regional studies, think-tank reports, legislation related to environmental sciences through 2009. Click on Search and enter your keyword terms.
Here are important titles for geology and geophysics scholarly literature. UHM subscribes to hundreds of scholarly journals. Use the library's a-z e-journal finder to browse titles.
The journal links listed below will lead you to a Voyager catalog record. This screenshot explains how to access the journal from the catalog record.