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Arctic & antarctic regions [electronic resource].

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  • Earth Sciences Library (Branner) - Stacks
    • Library has: 1991-

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Language:
English.
Beginning date:
1989
Imprint:
College Park, Md. : National Information Services Corp., c1989-
Format:
  • Journal/Periodical, Database
  • CD-ROMs ; 4 3/4 in. + user manual
Title Variation:
Arctic and antarctic regions
Frequency:
Semiannual
Vol/date range:
NISC AAR19890501-
Note:
"NISC disc." "Software by Dataware." System requirements: CD-ROM drive with MS-DOS CD-ROM extensions; IBM PC, XT, AT, PS/2 Model 30 or other compatible with DOS 3.1 or greater; 512K RAM (minimum); IBM AT, 80286 or 80386 class microprocessor recommended. Disk characteristics: CD-ROM. Description based on surrogate.
Note:
First issue also called: 1950-May 1989.
Summary:
"Arctic & Antarctic Regions (AAR) is the world's largest collection of international polar databases. Coverage is multidisciplinary. A wide variety of sources are indexed including: scientific periodicals, monographs, proceedings of conferences and symposia, government reports, theses, dissertations, and books. Many are indexed only in AAR -- the best resource for research on cold regions anywhere, from temperate regions with cold winters to the Himalayas of Tibet."--NISC product factsheet.
Note:
Also available on the Internet via the World Wide Web to institutions with a site license.
Note:
"Worldwide collection of cold regions research compiled by the Library of Congress, Science and Technology Division."
Related Items:
"Records include 40 years of publications from Bibliography on cold regions science and technology, and 27 years of publications from Antarctic bibliography."
Note:
Available online to Stanford-affiliated users.
Contributor:
National Information Services Corporation.
Library of Congress. Science and Technology Division.
Subjects:
ISSN:
1043-7479
Key Title:
Arctic & antarctic regions

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