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The Bibliographic Database stores thousands of articles dealing with on-site and small-community wastewater topics.
Headquartered in New York, Ovid develops sophisticated search software for institutions, and bundles this technology with full text and bibliographic databases.
com Professional database has been chosen as the official bibliographic database for the 2004 BookExpo America.
It's a bibliographic database run by the two schools' librarians, covering material from around 1865 to the present about built environment and planning in Ireland.
Topics of the 26 papers include identifying unique items, getting the good out of semiotics, widening the scope of translation studies, modeling translators' competence, developing a cartography of literary translation in Portugal, establishing an online bibliographic database in Canada, managing translation technology, and establishing standards of rigor.
gov/coeprc/) offers visitors a bibliographic database for searching and reading about more than 600 environmental health materials developed by the Community Outreach and Education Programs, or COEPs, associated with each of the 25 NIEHS centers.
Book data provider, Nielsen BookData, has said it is in the process of correcting the problems with its new combined bibliographic database.
Peer-reviewed research articles in these journals will join the rest of the citations to medical literature through indexing in the National Library of Medicine's (NLM) PubMed bibliographic database.
to investigate, plan, and implement the replacement and upgrading of the existing bibliographic database network infrastructure to provide for local and remote access via the Internet to the bibliographic commercial databases held by the library for all client groups;
The 32 libraries will share a common bibliographic database but will have the ability to customize a unique interface at the library level, including the interface "look and feel" and features such as an events calendar, RSS feeds and the ability to accommodate staff and patron-level display preferences.
National Library of Medicine(R), MEDLINE (Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System Online) is the premier bibliographic database containing approximately 13 million references to journal articles in life sciences with a concentration on biomedicine.
TOXMAP also draws data from Data Bank and TOXLINE bibliographic database.

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