DATABASE SEARCHING INSTRUCTION : DATABASE SEARCHING TECHNIQUES : DATABASE SEARCHING SKILLS : DATABASES: Collected Links to Sources that Teach Database Searching and Provide Searching Tips and a Selection of Databases PART TWO

 

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DATABASE SEARCHING INSTRUCTION :

DATABASE SEARCHING TECHNIQUES :

DATABASE SEARCHING SKILLS :

DATABASES:

Collected Links to Sources that Teach Database Searching and Provide Searching Tips and a Selection of Databases PART TWO

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Collected Links to Sources that Teach Database Searching and Provide Searching Tips and a Selection of Databases PART TWO

Related Links

DATABASES PROVIDING DIGITAL INITIATIVES AND SCHOLARSHIP SOURCES AND QUANTITY OF SOURCES


https://sites.google.com/site/digitalhumanitiesinitiatives/databases-providing-digital-initiatives-and-scholarship-sources-and-quantity-of-sources-found

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Databases for Drug Abuse Research

https://sites.google.com/site/drugabusedatabasesandsources/

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NEUROPSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH GUIDE

DATABASES USEFUL FOR NEUROPSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH

https://sites.google.com/site/neuropsychologyresearchguide/databases-useful-for-neuropsychology-research

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Police Brutality Misconduct and Corruption

https://sites.google.com/site/policemisconductandcorruption/home

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PUBLIC HEALTH DATABASES AND RESOURCES
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LETTERS A THROUGH D
 

http://tinyurl.com/yaqjg45f

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This document is found on a WordPress Blog at this web address

Databases and Search Tools Useful to the Study of Public Health : 
 
LETTERS E THROUGH K

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This document is found on a WordPress Blog at this web address


Databases and Search Tools Useful to the Study of Public Health : 
 
LETTERS L THROUGH P
 

This document is found on a WordPress Blog at this web address


Databases and Search Tools Useful to the Study of Public Health : 
 
LETTERS R THROUGH Z
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Databases Useful for Social Work Research and Learning

https://sites.google.com/site/socialworkandpublicwelfare/

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Core Tourism Databases

https://sites.google.com/site/tourismcoreresources/core-tourism-databases

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Additional Databases and Database Searching Instruction and Guides PART TWO

 

DATABASE: SEARCHING: TECHNIQUES : DATABASES: MEDICAL HEALTH
BIOSCIENCES BIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY : DATABASE: TRAINING:
Techniques and Tools for Searching PsychInfo

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TECHNIQUES FOR SEARCHING PSYCHOINFO

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PSYCINFO AND (“how to search” OR “searching techniques” OR “searching cinahl”
OR guide OR commands OR strategies)


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Techniques and Tools for Searching PsychInfo from Google Web Search
http://tinyurl.com/n4ras6g

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Techniques and Tools for Searching PsychInfo from Google Scholar
http://tinyurl.com/qey9ce6

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Sample Citations

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Eady, A. M., Wilczynski, N. L., & Haynes, R. B. (2008). PsycINFO search
strategies identified methodologically sound therapy studies and review
articles for use by clinicians and researchers. Journal of clinical
epidemiology, 61(1), 34-40.

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Watson, R. J. D., & Richardson, P. H. (1999). Accessing the literature on
outcome studies in group psychotherapy: the sensitivity and precision of
Medline and PsycINFO bibliographic database searching.
British Journal of  Medical Psychology, 72(1), 127-134.

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Abernethy, B., Thomas, K. T., & Thomas, J. T. (1993). Strategies for
improving understanding of motor expertise (or mistakes we have made and
things we have learned!!).

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Techniques and Tools for Searching PsychInfo from Google Books
http://tinyurl.com/kfyvoz5

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Techniques and Tools for Searching PsychInfo from Google Blog Search
http://tinyurl.com/lfzhd8m

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Techniques and Tools for Searching PsychInfo from Google Images
http://tinyurl.com/o3thllv

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Techniques and Tools for Searching PsychInfo from Google Videos
http://tinyurl.com/mb5b95j

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Techniques and Tools for Searching PsychInfo from Penn State Summon Search
http://tinyurl.com/ycchxcrf
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WEBBIB1314

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David Dillard
Temple University
(215) 204 – 4584

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  • Sage Research Methods

    “Sage Research Methods Online (SRMO) is an online search tool that provides information and instruction
    on research methods in the health and social sciences. It is aimed at university students, researchers, and
    faculty and is designed to answer methods questions that arise during the various steps of the research
    process, including the literature search, review, research design, data collection, analysis, and write up.
    The resource gathers together 6 dictionaries, 5 encyclopedias, 148 journal articles, 26 videos, and 632 books
    (including the 164 Little Green Books and 48 Little Blue Books, the only way to access these popular
    quantitative and qualitative research methods series in electronic form).

    The 120,000 pages of material in SRMO are indexed with a custom taxonomy of more than 1,400 terms.”

    Source: Sage Research Methods Online (SRMO)
    Reviewed by Rebecca McKay, MA, MLIS, AHIP
    J Med Libr Assoc. Jan 2013; 101(1): 81–82.
    doi: 10.3163/1536-

http://libproxy.temple.edu/login?url=http://srmo.sagepub.com

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Sage Research Methods Online (SRMO)
Reviewed by Rebecca McKay, MA, MLIS, AHIP
J Med Libr Assoc. Jan 2013; 101(1): 81–82.
doi: 10.3163/1536-5050.101.1.018

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3543131/

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ScienceDirect is a website operated by the Anglo-Dutch publisher Elsevier. It was launched in March 1997.
[1] It is a platform for access to nearly 2,200 academic journals and over 25,000 e-books.[2] The journals are
grouped into four main sections: Physical Sciences and Engineering, Life Sciences, Health Sciences, and
Social Sciences and Humanities. For most articles abstracts are freely available; access to the full text
(in PDF and, for newer publications, also HTML) generally requires a subscription or pay-per-view purchase.

Contents

1 See also
2 References
3 Further reading
4 External links

Source: Wikipedia

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Wikipedia article about Science Direct

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ScienceDirect

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DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS FROM GOOGLE WEB SEARCH FOR SEARCHING SCIENCEDIRECT

http://tinyurl.com/yahfopjh

DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS FROM GOOGLE WEB SEARCH FOR SEARCHING SPORTDISCUS

http://tinyurl.com/y8ymloul

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Search Engine Website Contents

For consumers
DARE reviews
Executive summaries
Clinical guides
Full text reviews
Medical encyclopedia
Drugs A – Z
Health A – Z
Behind Headlines
What’s New
Featured review
Understand clinical effectiveness
Blog

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/

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https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/Net-Gold/conversations/messages/44057

(MEDLINE OR “pub med” OR pubmed) AND (“how to search” OR “searching techniques”
OR “searching cinahl” OR guide OR commands OR strategies)

MEDICAL : HEALTH : DATABASES : SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS :
LIBRARIES: NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE: NLM Classification 2014

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MEDICAL :

HEALTH :

DATABASES :

SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS :

LIBRARIES: NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE:

NLM Classification 2014

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http://www.nlm.nih.gov/class/nlmclassintro.html

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NLM Classification 2014

A product of the National Library of Medicine for the arrangement of
library materials in the field of medicine and related sciences used
internationally.

Outline of the NLM Classification

Index to the NLM Classification

Table G (geographic notation)

19th Century Schedule

Class Numbers Added and Canceled (Current Edition)

Class Numbers Added (Cumulative List)

Canceled Class Numbers (Cumulative List)

NLM Classification Materials

Download the NLM Classification

NLM Classification Poster

Questions or Comments

custserv@nlm.nih.gov

About the NLM Classification

About the Index

NLM Classification Practices

Table G Practices

NLM Policy on Subject Analysis and Classification

Fundamentals of the NLM Classification [online training]

Other NLM Resources

NLM Cataloging Section homepage

NLM Catalog or LocatorPlus

MeSH Browser

Introduction to MeSH

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About the NLM Classification

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/class/nlmclassintro.html

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Scope of Revision
Historical Development
Structure of the NLM Classification
Relationship to MeSH
Index

Scope of Revision

This edition incorporates all 2014 additions and changes to the schedules
(see Class Numbers Added and Canceled) and to the index, which has been
newly edited and updated with appropriate MeSH concepts. One hundred and
five (105) new index entries were created of which forty-two (42) are from
the 2014 MeSH; the remainder are MeSH terms from previous years. Numerous
main index entries and cross references were modified to reflect changes
in the MeSH vocabulary. Thirty-nine (39) index entries were deleted.

Although the broad nature of the NLM Classification schedules precludes
complete correspondence with MeSH, new class numbers were added and
existing class numbers were canceled as needed to reflect other changes in
MeSH and the biomedical and related sciences literature cataloged.

The QS (Human Anatomy) and QT (Physiology) schedules were the major area
of focus for the 2014 edition.

Two (2) QT schedule outline headers were changed:

QT 180-245 Physiology. Hygiene was changed to QT 180-245 Hygiene.
QT 250-275 Leisure Activities. Sports Medicine was changed to QT 250-275
Leisure Activities. Sports. Sports Medicine.
Some QS and QT class number captions and notes were revised to better
reflect the scope of the number. For example:

At QS 26.5, the note was added: Classify here works on Visible Human
Projects.
At QS 504, the note was added: Includes works on comparative histology
between humans and animals.
At QS 645, the caption was changed from Placentation. Fetal membranes to
Placentation. Extraembryonic membranes
At QT 4, the caption was changed from General works, including comparative
physiology to General works. The note was changed from Classify material
on comparative physiology limited to animals in QP to Includes works on
comparative physiology between humans and animals. Classify material on
human physiology only in QT 104. Classify animal physiology in QP, QL, or
SF.
At QT 34, the caption was changed from Biophysics to Biophysical
phenomena.
At QT 36, the caption was changed from Biomedical engineering to
Bioengineering. Biomedical engineering (General).
At QT 36.5, the caption was changed from Nanotechnology to
Microtechnology. Nanotechnology.
At QT 150, the caption was changed from Hot climates to Hot temperature.
At QT 250, the caption was changed from Recreation. Outdoor activities to
Leisure activities.
Changes were made to other class schedules. For example:

At WA 260, the note was added: Classify works on protective devices in
sports and leisure activities in QT 250-261.
At WB 480, the caption was changed from Ultraviolet therapy. Sunlight.
Light therapy to Ultraviolet therapy. Heliotherapy. Light therapy.
At WD 610, the caption was changed from Hot Temperature to Heat stress
disorders.
At WN 600, the note was added: Classify works on the effects of
non-ionizing radiation on humans in QT 162.U4.
Changes were made to Table G (Geographic Notations).

Four (4) Table G numbers were added:
DB9–British Virgin Islands
DC25–Caribbean Netherlands
DC95–Curao
DS5–Sint Maarten
Three (3) cross references were added:
Saba see Caribbean Netherlands
St. Eustatius see Caribbean Netherlands
Virgin Islands of the United States see United States Virgin Islands
One Table G number caption was modified:
DV5–Virgin Islands of the United States was changed to United States
Virgin Islands
Two (2) Table G numbers were relocated:
DN4–Netherlands Antilles was moved to the Historical Geographic Locations
section
JI5Indochina was moved to the Obsolete Table G Notations section

Historical Development

The genesis of the NLM Classification is a Survey Report on the Army
Medical Library, published in 1944, which recommended that the “Library be
reclassified according to a modern scheme,” and that the new scheme be a
mixed notation (letters and numbers) resembling that of the Library of
Congress. Subsequently a classification committee was formed, chaired by
Keyes D. Metcalf and including Mary Louise Marshall who compiled the
schedules. Medical specialists acted as consultants to the committee.
Based on the consultants’ advice, that of the committee and of the NLM
cataloging staff, Ms. Marshall produced a preliminary edition of the
Library’s Classification, which was issued in 1948.

The preliminary edition was revised by Frank B. Rogers and the first
edition of the new classification was published in 1951 as the U.S. Army
Medical Library Classification. It firmly established the current
structure of the classification and NLM’s classification practices. The
headings for the individual schedules were given in brief form (e.g., WE –
Musculoskeletal System; WG – Cardiovascular System) and together they
provided an outline of the subjects that constitute the National Library
of Medicine Classification . These headings were interpreted broadly as
including the physiological system, the specialty or specialties connected
with them, the regions of the body chiefly concerned and subordinate
related fields. Within each schedule, division by organ usually has
priority. All schedules, including some of their sections, are preceded by
a group of form numbers representing publication types. These numbers,
ranging generally from 1-39, are employed as mnemonic devices throughout
the Classification.

Beginning with the 2002 edition, the National Library of Medicine
Classification is published in electronic form and updated annually:

The online environment offers many advantages to users including
hyperlinks between class numbers in the index and the schedules, and
between terms within the index and direct links from these to the MeSH
record itself under the MeSH Browser.

The online data creation and maintenance system of the Classification
gives NLM the ability to update the classification annually in tandem with
MeSH. Publication of printed editions ceased with the 5th revised edition,
1999. Beginning with the 2006 edition, the NLM Classification is also
available in PDF (Portable Document Format) at
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/class/terms_cond.html.

Structure of the NLM Classification

The National Library of Medicine Classification covers the field of
medicine and related sciences, utilizing schedules QS-QZ and W-WZ,
permanently excluded from the Library of Congress (LC) Classification
schedules. The various schedules of the LC Classification supplement the
NLM Classification for subjects bordering on medicine and for general
reference materials. The LC schedules for Human Anatomy (QM), Microbiology
(QR) and Medicine (R) are not used at all by the National Library of
Medicine since they overlap the NLM Classification.

Relationship to MeSH

The schedules, with their special requirements for use with all types and
forms of materials, preclude strict adherence to the hierarchical
arrangement of the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), the Library’s
thesaurus for indexing and cataloging. The schedules maintain their own
character in order to provide for material, old as well as new, acquired
for the Collection, including dictionaries, atlases, directories and other
items, which are not suitable for the arrangements, found in MeSH.
However, an effort was made to make schedule headings, subheadings and
class number captions compatible with MeSH terminology. The MeSH Tree
Structures were used extensively to determine the proper placement of a
concept in a schedule and to relate index headings to one another. Since
the representation of subjects in the schedules of the NLM Classification
is intentionally broad, the captions do not enumerate all of the
subordinate concepts that are to be classified in a given number. MeSH
descriptors for these subordinate concepts do appear in the index, to the
extent practical with appropriate references to the classification
numbers.

Index

The Index to the NLM Classification consists primarily of Medical Subject
Heading (MeSH) concepts used in cataloging. It includes concepts first
appearing in the latest edition of MeSH and other older concepts as
warranted by the literature cataloged. It also provides access to
classification numbers through these MeSH concepts. Index entries are
updated annually to reflect additions and changes of the latest edition of
MeSH. For additional information on the Index see About the Index.

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Outline of the NLM Classification

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/class/OutlineofNLMClassificationSchedule.html

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Preclinical Sciences:

QS Human Anatomy
QT Physiology
QU Biochemistry. Cell Biology and Genetics
QV Pharmacology
QW Microbiology and Immunology
QX Parasitology
QY Clinical Pathology
QZ Pathology

Medicine and Related Subjects:

W General Medicine. Health Professions
WA Public Health
WB Practice of Medicine
WC Communicable Diseases
WD Disorders of Systemic, Metabolic or Environmental Origin, etc.
WE Musculoskeletal System
WF Respiratory System
WG Cardiovascular System
WH Hemic and Lymphatic Systems
WI Digestive System
WJ Urogenital System
WK Endocrine System
WL Nervous System
WM Psychiatry
WN Radiology. Diagnostic Imaging
WO Surgery
WP Gynecology
WQ Obstetrics
WR Dermatology
WS Pediatrics
WT Geriatrics. Chronic Disease
WU Dentistry. Oral Surgery
WV Otolaryngology
WW Ophthalmology
WX Hospitals and Other Health Facilities
WY Nursing
WZ History of Medicine. Medical Miscellany
19th Century Schedule

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Index to NLM 2014 Classification

http://wwwsvlt.nlm.nih.gov/class/docs/index_18.html

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MESH Browser

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/MBrowser.html

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MESH Home

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/meshhome.html

MeSH Browser
Online searching of MeSH vocabulary
About the MeSH Browser
Suggestions for authors’ keywords

All About MeSH
MeSH Fact Sheet
Publications and presentations by MeSH staff
Introduction to MeSH
Information from Previous Years

Obtaining MeSH
Download electronic copies.
Lists of Annual Changes to MeSH.

MeSH Vocabulary Suggestions
MeSH vocabulary suggestions

What’s New

2014 MeSH Files Available

Related Efforts
Unified Medical Language System (UMLS)
NLM Classification
RxNorm
DailyMed

MeSH
Staff

Biographies and email
Publications and presentations

Files Available to Download

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/filelist.html

Download of any of the full data files requires the completion of an
online Memorandum of Understanding.

2014 MeSH
These formatted versions of the entire MeSH vocabulary are available to
download. For best results in downloading, use of a graphical interface is
recommended.
2014 MeSH in XML format. MeSH descriptors and qualifiers, and
Supplementary Concept Records (formerly Supplementary Chemical Records) in
XML format. Files are updated weekly. Supplementary records are compatible
with 2014 MeSH descriptors. Descriptor file is 292MB in size,
uncompressed. Compressed file is 15MB.
Sample XML
XML Data Elements
DTD files
Descriptor DTD
Qualifier DTD
SCR DTD
About XML MeSH
Conversion Table
Conversion from ASCII MeSH format to XML
Introduction to XML MeSH
2014 MeSH in ASCII format. MeSH descriptors and qualifiers, and
Supplementary Concept Records (formerly Supplementary Chemical Records),
in ASCII format. Files are updated weekly. The descriptor file is 28MB in
size and may take more than 30 minutes to download using a connection 2400
bps or slower. Postings data in descriptor and qualifier records reflect
updates in citation files through the October, 2000 entry month.
Note that subfield separator for descriptor entry terms has been changed
from a colon to a bar (|) in order to make it easier to parse terms
containing colons.
Sample Text
About ASCII MeSH
2014 MeSH Trees. MeSH main headings with the tree numbers that place the
heading in a hierarchical arrangement. Sorted by tree number. ASCII
format. [2.1MB]
Sample Text
About MeSH Trees
2014 MeSH in MARC format. MeSH vocabulary data in the USMARC authority
format.
These files are also available for 2014 MeSH:
Pharmacologic Actions – 2014.
Substances with a given Pharmacologic Action – 2014
Sample XML, DTD
About Pharmacologic Action files
New Headings with Scope Notes – 2014. Main headings that are new for 2014
with scope notes (definitions), cross-references, and other information.
MeSH Replaced Headings – 2014. Main headings that have changed form for
2014 or have been deleted.
2014 Descriptors – preferred term only
MeSH MN (tree number) Changes – 2014. Main headings in which there has
been a change in the MN (MeSH tree Number) for 2014.
2013 MeSH in XML format. MeSH descriptors and qualifiers, and
Supplementary Concept Records (formerly Supplementary Chemical Records) in
XML format. Files are updated weekly. Supplementary records are compatible
with 2013 MeSH descriptors. Descriptor file is 292MB in size,
uncompressed. Compressed file is 15MB.
Sample XML
XML Data Elements
DTD files
Descriptor DTD
Qualifier DTD
SCR DTD
About XML MeSH
Conversion Table
Conversion from ASCII MeSH format to XML
Introduction to XML MeSH
2013 MeSH in ASCII format. MeSH descriptors and qualifiers, and
Supplementary Concept Records (formerly Supplementary Chemical Records),
in ASCII format. Files are updated weekly. The descriptor file is 28MB in
size and may take more than 30 minutes to download using a connection 2400
bps or slower. Postings data in descriptor and qualifier records reflect
updates in citation files through the October, 2000 entry month.
Note that subfield separator for descriptor entry terms has been changed
from a colon to a bar (|) in order to make it easier to parse terms
containing colons.
Sample Text
About ASCII MeSH
2013 MeSH Trees. MeSH main headings with the tree numbers that place the
heading in a hierarchical arrangement. Sorted by tree number. ASCII
format. [2.1MB]
Sample Text
About MeSH Trees
2013 MeSH in MARC format. MeSH vocabulary data in the USMARC authority
format.
This file is also available for 2013 MeSH:
Substances with a given Pharmacologic Action – 2013.
2012 MeSH
2012 MeSH in MARC format. MeSH vocabulary data in the USMARC authority
format.
2004 MeSH
2004 MeSH files for TREC (Text REtrieval Conference) Genomics track. For
use by the TREC community with the 2004 MEDLINE/PubMed Baseline.
MeSH ELHILL Format Document (PDF format): This is a description of the
MeSH data elements in the ELHILL Unit Record Format (EURF), NLM’s former
format for distributing MeSH on tape. Most elements are common to both the
ASCII and EURF MeSH formats and so the description of MeSH data in the EUR
format may be of interest to those downloading the ASCII MeSH files from
the Web.

For questions concerning distribution, format, etc., contact:
Jacque-Lynne Schulman
Medical Subject Headings
Telephone: 301-496-1495; FAX: 301-402-2002
email: 
schulman@nlm.nih.gov

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Two possible ways to access MEDLINE are Ovid and PubMed. Each one has merits and drawbacks. This chart compares
them.

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~library/biomed/guides/which_medline_chart.html?mswitch-redir=classic

Which MEDLINE do I use?

Ovid MEDLINE and PubMed Compared

The National Library of Medicine’s MEDLINE database is available from many sources. The two primary ways to access
MEDLINE at Dartmouth/DHMC are Ovid and PubMed. Each one has merits and drawbacks; the important thing is to become
comfortable with one of them. If you are fresh to MEDLINE, we recommend PubMed.

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DATABASES: MEDICAL HEALTH BIOSCIENCES BIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY :

DATABASE: THESAURUSES: The Updated MESH: Thesaurus for Subject

Headings Used to Index Publication Sources Provided in PubMed and Medline,
The National Library of Medicine Database of Peer Reviewed
 

https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=SPORT-MED;a49bebc4.1102

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PILOTS stands for: Published International
Literature on Traumatic Stress).
This database is an electronic index to the
worldwide literatureon PTSD and other
mental health consequences of exposure
to traumaticevents. Unlike other databases,
PILOTS does not restrict its coverage to
articles appearing in selected journals.
It attempts to include allpublications
relevant to PTSD and other forms of
traumatic stress, whatever their origin
without disciplinary, linguistic, or geographic
limitations.

http://libproxy.temple.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/pilots?accountid=14270

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Web of Science (WoS) is an online subscription-based scientific citation indexing service maintained
by Thomson Reuters that provides a comprehensive citation search. It gives access to multiple databases
that reference cross-disciplinary research, which allows for in-depth exploration of specialized sub-fields
within an academic or scientific discipline.

Contents

1 Background
2 Coverage
3 Citation databases
3.1 Contents
3.2 Abstracting and indexing
4 Limitations in the use of citation analysis
5 See also
6 References
7 External links

Source Wikipedia

http://libproxy.temple.edu/login?url=http://isiknowledge.com/wos

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Link to Wikipedia article about Web of Science

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_of_Science

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http://sites.google.com/site/elderlydatabases/

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  • Who Lists Periodical Indexers?

    Who Lists Databases Providing a Journal Full Text?

    CUFTS!!!

    PERIODICALS: DIRECTORIES :

    PERIODICALS: FULL TEXT: RESOURCES :

    PERIODICALS: INDEXING AND ABSTRACTING SERVICES :

    DATABASES: DIRECTORIES :

    REFERENCE: TOOLS:

    DIRECTORIES DATABASES AND LISTINGS:

    Who Lists Periodical Indexers?

    Who Lists Databases Providing a Journal Full Text?

    CUFTS!!!

    https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/EducatorGold/conversations/messages/19125

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    Who Lists Periodical Indexers?
    Who Lists Databases Providing a Journal Full Text?
    CUFTS!!!

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    CUFTS
    CUFTS: Open Source Serials Management
    Journal Search
    http://cufts2.lib.sfu.ca/MaintTool/public/search

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    Entry Example:

    A Search of the Word Sports Creates These Entry Links From the Cufts
    Database:

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    Clinics in Sports Medicine [ 0278-5919, 1556-228X ]
    Sport, Ethics and Philosophy [ 1751-1321, 1751-133X ]
    Sport-Orthopie – Sport-Traumatologie – Sports Orthopaedics and
    Traumatology [ 0949-328X ]
    Sports
    Sports & Athletics
    Sports & Physical Education Equipment You Can Make Yourself
    Sports ‘n spokes [ 0161-6706 ]
    Sports Afield [ 0038-8149 ]
    Sports Argus [ 1357-390X ]
    Sports Biomechanics [ 1476-3141, 1752-6116 ]
    Sports Biomechanics: Reducing Injury & Improving Performance
    Sports Bra Fitness
    Sports Bulletin
    Sports Business [ 0830-1921 ]
    Sports Business
    Sports Business Digest
    Sports Business Digest via Twitter
    Sports Car [ 0300-6387 ]
    Sports Cars
    Sports Cars Industry Profile: United States
    Sports Celebrity!
    Sports Coach [ 0314-5468 ]
    Sports Collectors Digest [ 0278-2693 ]
    Sports Dimensions Guide for Playing Areas: Sport & Recreation Facilities
    Sports Direct International Plc SWOT Analysis
    Sports Directory for Schools 2008
    Sports Editor
    Sports Engineering [ 1369-7072, 1460-2687 ]
    Sports Equipment Industry Profile: Asia-Pacific
    Sports Equipment Industry Profile: Europe
    Sports Equipment Industry Profile: France
    Sports Equipment Industry Profile: Germany
    Sports Equipment Industry Profile: Global
    Sports Equipment Industry Profile: Japan
    Sports Equipment Industry Profile: United Kingdom
    Sports Equipment Industry Profile: United States
    Sports Extra
    Sports for All
    Sports Guy
    Sports Hall of Fame
    Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach [ 1941-7381, 1941-0921 ]
    Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach
    Sports Illustrated [ 0038-822X ]
    Sports Illustrated Canada [ 1200-295X ]
    Sports Illustrated Canada
    Sports illustrated Canada
    Sports Illustrated for Kids [ 1042-394X ]
    Sports Illustrated for Women [ 1524-9409 ]
    Sports Illustrated Kids
    Sports Illustrated Women [ 1537-6230 ]
    Sports Illustrated Women
    Sports Law Administration & Practice [ 1364-5668 ]
    Sports Law Bulletin [ 1462-2033 ]
    Sports Lawyers Journal, The
    Sports Litigation Alert [ 1552-194X ]
    Sports Management [ 1479-9146 ]
    Sports Marketing [ 1460-8359 ]
    Sports Marketing
    Sports Media
    Sports Medicine [ 0112-1642, 1179-2035 ]
    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review [ 1062-8592, 1538-1951 ]
    Sports Medicine Bulletin [ 0746-9306 ]
    Sports Medicine Journal References, All
    Sports Medicine Reports [ 1524-0991 ]
    Sports medicine standards and malpractice reporter. [ 1041-696X ]
    Sports medicine update
    Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy, Rehabilitation, Therapy, and Technology :
    SMARTT [ 1758-2555 ]
    Sports Medicine, Training and Rehabilitation [ 1057-8315 ]
    Sports Monday
    Sports Network
    Sports Network, The
    Sports Nippon
    Sports Northwest
    Sports of all Sorts
    Sports of Mexico
    Sports Physical Therapy Section
    Sports Physio
    Sports pulse : newsletter of the national coaching and training centre
    Sports Rights in the Digital Age
    Sports Safety
    Sports Science Exchange
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that data program managers are not inclined to propose alternate programs and changes in the operation
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In practice, the analysed data volume is usually in the order of GBs and therefore the speed of these tests should be high.
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The two offices manage programs related to NIST Standard Reference Materials and NIST Data Products.
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The NIST Alloy data web application (http://trcnist. gov/metals_data) provides access to
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Comparison of Geant4 electromagnetic physics models against the NIST reference data

K Amako, S Guatelli, VN Ivanchenko… – … on Nuclear Science, 2005 – ieeexplore.ieee.org

Abstract: The Geant4 Simulation Toolkit provides an ample set of physics models describing
electromagnetic interactions of particles with matter. This paper presents the results of a
series of comparisons for the evaluation of Geant4 electromagnetic processes with respect

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IUPAC-NIST solubility data series. 81. Hydrocarbons with water and seawater-revised and updated.
Part 5. C 7 hydrocarbons with water and heavy water

M Goral, B Wisniewska-Goclowska… – … reference data, 2005 – aip.scitation.org

The mutual solubility and related liquid-liquid equilibria of C 7 hydrocarbons with water and
heavy water are exhaustively and critically reviewed. Reports of experimental determination
of solubility in 23 chemically distinct binary systems that appeared in the primary literature

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IUPAC-NIST solubility data series 70. Solubility of gases in glassy polymers

R Paterson, Y Yampol’skii, PGT Fogg… – … Reference Data, 1999 – aip.scitation.org

Solubility of gases in polymers is an important property of polymeric materials relevant to
many practical applications. Sorption of small molecules in polymers is a fundamental
concern in such areas as food packaging, beverage storage, and polymer processing.

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Testing local position invariance with four cesium-fountain primary frequency standards and four
NIST hydrogen masers

N Ashby, TP Heavner, SR Jefferts, TE Parker… – Physical review …, 2007 – APS

 at PTB (Physikalish-Technische-BundesAnstalt, Braunschweig, Germany) and at NIST (National
Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder, CO  from a new study involving atomic clocks
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IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series. 81. Hydrocarbons with Water and Seawater—
Revised and Updated. Part 11. C 13–C 36 Hydrocarbons with Water

DG Shaw, A Maczynski, M Goral… – … reference data, 2006 – aip.scitation.org

The mutual solubilities and related liquid–liquid equilibria of C 13–C 36 hydrocarbons with
water are exhaustively and critically reviewed. Reports of experimental determination of
solubility in 56 chemically distinct binary systems that appeared in the primary literature prior

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[PDF] The NIST Meeting Room Pilot Corpus.

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 National Institute of Standards and Technology, 100 Bureau Drive, Gaithersburg MD 20899, USA †
Systems Plus Inc  was gained in designing, collecting, and distributing the NIST pilot and  on multiple
hardware systems necessitated the development of statistical techniques to 

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IUPAC-NIST solubility data series. 81. Hydrocarbons with water and seawater—
revised and updated. Part 4. C6H14 hydrocarbons with water

A Maczynski, DG Shaw, M Goral… – … reference data, 2005 – scitation.aip.org

The mutual solubility and related liquid–liquid equilibria of C 6 H 14 hydrocarbons with
water are exhaustively and critically reviewed. Reports of experimental determination of
solubility in five chemically distinct binary systems that appeared in the primary literature

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IUPAC-NIST solubility data series 69. Ternary alcohol–hydrocarbon–water systems

A Skrzecz, DG Shaw, A Maczynski… – … Reference Data, 1999 – aip.scitation.org

The mutual solubilities of ternary systems containing alcohols, hydrocarbons and water are
reviewed. An exhaustive search of the literature was attempted for numerical data on all
alcohols and hydrocarbons which are liquid at STP. Data were found for alcohols with up to

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IUPAC-NIST solubility data series. 78. Acetonitrile binary systems

VP Sazonov, DG Shaw, NV Sazonov… – … Reference Data, 2002 – scitation.aip.org

The mutual solubilities and liquid–liquid equilibria of acetonitrile binary systems with
different compounds exhaustively and critically are reviewed. The compounds include water,
inorganic compounds, and a variety of organic compounds (hydrocarbons, halogenated

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IUPAC-NIST solubility data series 67. Halogenated ethanes and ethenes with water

AL Horvath, FW Getzen… – … Chemical Reference Data, 1999 – aip.scitation.org

This volume covers the solubilities of halogenated ethanes and ethenes with water, heavy
water, seawater, and aqueous electrolyte solutions. All data were critically examined for their
reliability and best value estimates were selected on the basis of such evaluations.

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IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series. 81. Hydrocarbons with Water and Seawater—
Revised and Updated. Part 9. C 10 Hydrocarbons with Water

DG Shaw, A Maczynski, M Goral… – … reference data, 2006 – aip.scitation.org

The mutual solubilities and related liquid–liquid equilibria of C 10 hydrocarbons with water
are exhaustively and critically reviewed. Reports of experimental determination of solubility
in 20 chemically distinct binary systems that appeared in the primary literature prior to end of

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IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series. 81. Hydrocarbons with Water and Seawater–
Revised and Updated Part 1. C 5 Hydrocarbons with Water

A Maczynski, DG Shaw, M Goral… – … reference data, 2005 – aip.scitation.org

The mutual solubility and related liquid–liquid equilibria of C 5 hydrocarbons with water are
exhaustively and critically reviewed. Reports of experimental determination of solubility in 13
chemically distinct binary systems for which data appeared in the primary literature prior to

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IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series. 81. Hydrocarbons with Water and Seawater—
Revised and Updated. Part 8. C 9 Hydrocarbons with Water

M Goral, B Wisniewska-Goclowska… – … Reference Data, 2005 – aip.scitation.org

The mutual solubility and related liquid-liquid equilibria of C 9 hydrocarbons with water are
exhaustively and critically reviewed. Reports of the experimental determination of solubility
in 18 chemically distinct binary systems that appeared in the primary literature prior to the

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IUPAC-NIST solubility data series. 81. Hydrocarbons with water
and seawater revised and updated.
Part 7. C8H12–C8H18 hydrocarbons with water

DG Shaw, A Maczynski, M Goral… – … Reference Data, 2005 – scitation.aip.org

The mutual solubility and related liquid-liquid equilibria of C 8 H 12–C 8 H 18 hydrocarbons
with water are exhaustively and critically reviewed. Reports of experimental determinations
of solubility in 20 chemically distinct binary systems that appeared in the primary literature

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The IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series:
A Guide to Preparation and Use of Compilations and Evaluations a

H Gamsjäger, JW Lorimer, M Salomon… – … Reference Data, 2010 – aip.scitation.org

The IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series (SDS) is an ongoing project that provides
comprehensive reviews of published data for solubilities of gases, liquids and solids in
liquids or solids. Data are compiled in a uniform format, evaluated and, where data from

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IUPAC-NIST solubility data series. 81. Hydrocarbons with water and seawater—
revised and updated. Part 2. Benzene with water and heavy water

M Goral, B Wisniewska-Goclowska… – … reference data, 2005 – aip.scitation.org

The mutual solubilities and related liquid-liquid equilibria of benzene with water and heavy
water are exhaustively and critically reviewed. Reports of experimental determination of
solubility in these two chemically distinct binary systems that appeared in the primary

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A compilation of new and published major and trace element data
for NIST SRM 610 and NIST SRM 612 glass reference materials

NJG Pearce, WT Perkins, JA Westgate… – Geostandards and …, 1997 – Wiley Online Library

Abstract Microanalytical trace element techniques (such as ion probe or laser ablation ICP-
MS) are hampered by a lack of well characterized, homogeneous standards. Two silicate
glass reference materials produced by National Institute of Standards and Technology 

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IUPAC-NIST solubility data series. 75. Nonmetals in liquid alkali metals

HU Borgstedt, C Guminski, HU Borgstedt… – … Reference Data, 2001 – aip.scitation.org

Liquid alkali metals have several physical properties which favor their use in a number of
important applications. For example, their large liquidus temperature range and their
excellent heat transfer properties are important for use as heat transfer media. They are

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IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series. 81. Hydrocarbons with Water and Seawater—
Revised and Updated. Part 10. C 11 and C 12 Hydrocarbons with Water

DG Shaw, A Maczynski, M Goral… – … reference data, 2006 – aip.scitation.org

The mutual solubilities and related liquid–liquid equilibria of C 11 and C 12 hydrocarbons
with water and heavy water are exhaustively and critically reviewed. Reports of experimental
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  • Alcohol Studies Database

    Welcome to the new Alcohol Studies user interface.

    New features include:

    Improved subject selection
    Ability to email citations
    More flexible boolean operators
    Better error checking

    This site provides access to the Alcohol Studies Database.
    The database contains over 80,000 citations for
    journal articles, books, book chapters, dissertations,
    conference papers, and audio-visual materials.

    With this release we are offering a more
    intuitive interface which also provides much
    faster response times.

    Scholarly Communication Center,
    the Center of Alcohol Studies ,
    and the Rutgers University Libraries

    http://www2.scc.rutgers.edu/alcohol_studies/alcohol/

    About the Alcohol Studies Database

    https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/Net-Gold/conversations/topics/26277′

DATABASES: MEDICAL HEALTH BIOSCIENCES BIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY :
ALCOHOL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND DRINKING :
DRUG ALCOHOL AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE:
Alcohol Studies Database

Alcohol Studies Database
<http://www2.scc.rutgers.edu/alcohol_studies/alcohol/>

Welcome to the new Alcohol Studies user interface. New features include:

Improved subject selection

Ability to email citations

More flexible boolean operators

Better error checking

This site provides access to the Alcohol Studies Database. The database
contains over 80,000 citations for journal articles, books, book chapters,
dissertations, conference papers, and audio-visual materials.

With this release we are offering a more intuitive interface which
also provides much faster response times. Feedback appreciated.

The site was developed by the Scholarly Communication Center, the Center
of Alcohol Studies , and the Rutgers University Libraries

Search Help:

Keyword – A keyword search will find items anywhere in the bibliographic
record.

Thesaurus – A thesaurus search will find common subject terms from the
Alcohol Studies Thesaurus to add to your keyword and then search the
subject field.

Other Fields – A field search will find items that appear in the element
corresponding to the selected field, e.g., “Title”, “Subject”,
“Description”, etc.

Boolean search – A search for “marijuana” or “ecstasy” will find records
containing “marijuana”, or records containing “ecstasy”, whereas a search
for “marijuana” and “ecstasy” will find items containing both “marijuana”
and “ecstasy.” Mixed Boolean searches such as “Jane and Doe or John” or
“Jane or Doe and John” are not supported.

Truncation – Supports right-truncated queries. The query term “williams*”
finds all records containing the word “Williams” or “Williamson”, or any
other word that starts with the prefix “williams.”

Phrase searching – Use double quotes to search for a specific phrase. For
example: “family history of alcoholism” as opposed to “family”, “history”,
and “alcoholism” as keywords. Truncation does not work inside of phrases.

Date searching – Enter a four digit year.

Display Options

10 Results per page
25 Results per page
50 Results per page

Format Options

All Formats
Audiovisual
Curriculum
Fiction
Manual

Population Drop Down Menu Search Options

All Populations
Blacks and Alcohol
Blacks and Drugs
Children of Alcoholics
Children of Drug Abusers
College Students and Alcohol
College Students and Drugs
Hispanics and Alcohol
Hispanics and Drugs
Native Americans and Alcohol
Native Americans and Drugs
Older Persons and Alcohol
Older Persons and Drugs
Other Populations and Alcohol
Other Populations and Drugs
Women and Alcohol
Women and Drugs
Youth and Alcohol
Youth and Drugs

Viewing Records found in search option:

Begin at record:

Content Sample from Search Result

Search

1523 Search Results from the Alcohol Studies Database for “recidivism or
recidivist” in Keywords

97 Search Results from the Alcohol Studies Database for “recidivism or
recidivist” in Title

Citation sample is from the 97 found in title records:

1.

Title: An application of Stafford and Warr’s reconceptualisation of
deterrence to a group of recidivist drink drivers
Author(s): Freeman, J., Watson, B.
Journal: Accident Analysis and Prevention 38(3): 462-471
Year: 2006

2.

Title: Self-reported motivations to change and self-efficacy levels for a
group of recidivist drink drivers
Author(s): Freeman, J, Liossis, P, Schonfeld, C, Sheehan, M, Siskind, V.,
and Watson, B.
Journal: Addictive Behaviors 30(6): 1230-1235
Year: 2005

3.

Title: Mandated AA attendance for recidivist drinking drivers: policy
issues.
Author(s): Speiglman, R.
Journal: Addiction 92: 1133-1136,
Year: 1997

4.

Title: Mandated AA attendance for recidivist drinking drivers: ideology,
organization, and California criminal justice practices.
Author(s): Speiglman, R.
Journal: Addiction 89: 859-868,
Year: 1994

5.

Title: Characteristics of first-time, prior repeat, and current recidivist
DWI offenders.
Author(s): Nochajski, T. H, Miller, B. A., and Wieczorek, W. F.
Journal: Drink. Drugs. Driv. 92 (No. 1): 1,
Year: 1992

6.

Title: Controlled trial of acupuncture for severe recidivist alcoholism.
Author(s): Bullock, M. L, Culliton, P. D., and Olander, R. T. Journal:
Lancet 1: 1435-1439, Year: 1989

7.

Title: Penalizing recidivist drunk drivers in Indiana: impediments to
implementation.
Author(s): Foley, J. P., Fricker, J. D.
Journal: Accident Analysis and Prevention 19: 479-486,
Year: 1987

8.

Title: Treatment readmissions and criminal recidivism in youth following
participation in chemical dependency treatment
Author(s): Luchansky, B, He, L, Longhi, D, Krupski, A., and Stark, K.D.
Journal: Journal of Addictive Diseases 25(1): 87-94
Year: 2006

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Also available from Rutgers Libraries

Alcohol History Database

This site provides access to the Alcohol History Collection at the Alcohol
Studies Library The site was developed by the Scholarly Communication
Center and the Center of Alcohol Studies

36 records were found with a search of the word cartoon, here is a sample
of the records found:

1 Title: The Liquor problem in all ages
Author: Dorchester, Daniel
Subject: Temperance — History * Beverages — History * Drinking customs
Date: 1884
Publisher: New York : Phillips & Hunt

2 Title: A New deal in liquor. A plea for dilution.
Author: Henderson, Yandell
Subject: Alcohol — Physiological effect * Drinking customs
Date: 1934
Publisher: Garden City: Doubleday, Doran and Co., Inc.

3 Title: The Curse of drink: or stories of hell’s commerce.
Author: Shaw, Elton Raymond, ed.
Subject: Temperance — Poetry * Temperance — Songs and music
Date: 1909
Publisher: Grand Rapids: Shaw publishing company

4 Title: The whisky demon or the dream of the reveller
Author: Mackay, Charles
Subject: Alcohol — literary collections * Temperance — Poetry
Date: 1860
Publisher: Edinburgh: W.P. Nimmo

5 Title: Platform echoes, or, leaves from my notebook of forty years
Author: Gough, John Bartholomew
Subject: Temperance
Date: 1886
Publisher: Hartford, Conn: A. D. Worthington & Co.

6 Title: Alcohol and man.
Author: Emerson, Haven, 1874-1957.
Subject: Ethanol–pharmacology. * Ethanol–adverse effects. *
Alcohol–Physiological effect.
Series Title: Addiction in America.
Date: 1933
Publisher: New York: The MacMillam Company, 1933.

7 Title: Alcohol the destroyer.
Author: Hearn, C. Aubrey (Charles Aubrey), 1907- * Southern Baptist
Convention. Sunday School Board.
Subject: Temperance.
Date: 1943
Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : The Sunday School Board of the Southern
Baptist Convention

8 Title: Drunks are driving me to drink.
Author: Herold, Don, b. 1889
Subject: Alcoholism.
Date: 1953
Publisher: New York : A. S. Barnes, [1953]

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The Center for Alcohol Studies also provides a web page of online facts
with links to informative sources regarding various aspects of alcohol use
and abuse.

Web Page Contents

Online Facts

Alcohol Overdose

Driving While Impaired

Effects of Alcohol

Inhalants

Medical Consequences of Alcohol

Neuropharmacology of Alcohol

.

INTERNET RESOURCES FOR:

Kids
Teens
Colleges & Universities
Educators
Parents & Communities
General Internet Resources

Content Sample:

GENERAL INFORMATION/RESEARCH
<http://web.archive.org/web/20070617031912/alcoholstudies.rutgers.edu/
onlinefacts/general.html>

A shorter URL for the above link:

http://tinyurl.com/58djfj

Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers University
<http://web.archive.org/web/
20070617031912/http://alcoholstudies.rutgers.edu/index.html>

Information about library services, training & education, and publications
on substance abuse research

Access to Alcohol Studies Research Database and other related databases

Links to federal agencies, clearinghouses, and other resource
organizations on substance abuse

Healthfinder
http://web.archive.org/web/20070617031912/http://www.healthfinder.gov/

Consumer health information covering a wide range of diseases and
conditions, prevention and wellness, and alternative medicine
Links to substance abuse publications in English and Spanish
Special health topics categorized by target population groups
Information about doctors, dentists, health facilities, insurance
Links to selected health-related websites

National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information (NCADI)
Prevline: Prevention Online
http://web.archive.org/web/20070617031912/http://www.health.org/

Current news stories on substance abuse

Searchable databases of alcohol/drug scientific literature, prevention
materials, and smoking

Statistics & research summaries of alcohol and drug use/abuse

Online fact sheets and resource guides; catalog of print and audiovisual
publications (all audiences)

Funding opportunities available from federal and non-profit agencies
Conference calendar

Extensive list of Internet links to other substance abuse websites

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MEDICAL: RESOURCES :
ECONOMICS :
SOCIAL ISSUES: HEALTH AND MEDICAL:
Centre for Reviews and Dissemination.
CRD Databases

Centre for Reviews and Dissemination.
CRD Databases
National Institute for Health Research (NHIS)
<http://www.crd.york.ac.uk/crdweb/>

DARE contains over 5000 abstracts of quality assessed systematic reviews
on the effects of interventions used in health and social care. Details of
Cochrane reviews and protocols are also included.

NHS EED contains over 7000 abstracts of quality assessed economic
evaluations.

DARE and NHS EED include details of abstracts in the process of being
written and these can be ‘fast-tracked’ on request.

HTA brings together details of over 7000 completed and ongoing health
technology assessments from around the world. The database is produced in
collaboration with the INAHTA Secretariat, based at SBU, Sweden.

Centre for Reviews & Dissemination, University of York, York, UK, YO10 5DD
Tel: +44 (0)1904 321846, Fax: +44 (0)1904 321041, E-mail:
crd-info@york.ac.uk

There is a useful Help link and the resulting help window covers these
topics:

About CRD databases
DARE
NHS EED
HTA
Layout of the site
Logging on
Searching
Advanced searching
MeSH searching
Search history
Preferences
Viewing documents
Exporting documents
Email Alerts
How to cite abstracts
How reviews are identified for DARE
How studies are identified for NHS EED

Excerpt from Search Help:

Searching

You can search for documents using both simple and advanced techniques.

To search for documents containing a specific word, type the word into the
search window, and click the search button. The number of records is
displayed in the search panel, and a list of the documents found at the
bottom of the page. (See Viewing documents for more information on
displaying these records). You can view the results from your most recent
search at any time by clicking the Results link on the search panel.

To search for documents which contain several different words (for
example, diabetes insulin injection), type all the words in the search
window. Click the button All these words to the left of the search window,
and then click the search button. All the documents that are displayed
will contain each of the words that you have selected.

To search for documents which contain any one of a selection of words (for
example, heart cardiac coronary), type all the words in the search window.
Click the button Any of these words to the left of the search window, and
then click the search button. All the documents that are displayed will
contain at least one of the words you have selected.

To search for a specific phrase of two or more words, you should type
double quotes (“) around the phrase. For example, to search for the phrase
atrial fibrillation, type “atrial fibrillation” in the search window.

One can connect via link to Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) and to ones
search history.

Results in searches show the number of records from each of the component
databases, DARE, NHS EED, and HTA as well as the cummulated record total
for all three databases.

This is a sample full record from this database

NHS Economic Evaluation Database (NHS EED)
Economics of preventing premature mortality and impaired cognitive
development in children through home-fortification: a health policy
perspective
Sharieff W, Zlotkin S H, Ungar W J, Feldman B, Krahn M D, Tomlinson G

Bibliographic detail Sharieff W, Zlotkin S H, Ungar W J, Feldman B, Krahn
M D, Tomlinson G. Economics of preventing premature mortality and impaired
cognitive development in children through home-fortification: a health
policy perspective. International Journal of Technology Assessment in
Health Care 2008; 24(3): 303-311
Subject index terms status Subject indexing assigned by CRD
Subject index terms Child; Child Mortality; Child Nutrition Disorders
/economics /prevention & control; Cost of Illness; Food, Fortified
/economics; Health Policy; Humans; Neurobehavioral Manifestations
Accession number 22008101150
Database entry date 30 September 2008

NHS Economic Evaluation Database (NHS EED)
Produced by the Centre for Reviews and Dissemination
Copyright
2008 University of York

Search with Sample of Results

Search All of These Words

“HOME CARE”

All results (323) DARE (59) NHS EED (228) HTA (36)

NHS EED A comparison of the cost-effectiveness of hospital-based home
care with that of a conventional outpatient follow-up for patients with
mental illness 2005 Tsai S L, Chen M B, Yin T J Journal of Nursing
Research Provisional abstract

NHS EED Home care during the pancytopenic phase after allogeneic
hematopoietic stem cell transplantation is advantageous compared with
hospital care 2002 Svahn B M, Remberger M, Myrback K E, Holmberg K,
Eriksson B, Hentschke P, Aschan J, Barkholt L, Ringden O Blood Provisional
abstract

DARE Complex interventions to improve physical function and maintain
independent living in elderly people: a systematic review and
meta-analysis 2008 Beswick A D, Rees K, Dieppe P, Ayis S, Gooberman-Hill
R, Horwood J, Ebrahim S Lancet Abstract

NHS EED A comparative analysis of costs to government for home care and
long-term residential care services, standardized for client care needs
2007 Hollander M J, Chappell N L Canadian Journal on Aging Cost study

DARE Meta-analysis of psychological interventions for chronic low back
pain 2007 Hoffman B M, Papas R K, Chatkoff D K, Kerns R D Health
Psychology Abstract

NHS EED The direct costs of home care in Cuba 2007 Barroso Utra I M,
Garcia Farinas A, Rodriguez Salva A, de Vos P, Bonet Gorbea M, Van Der
Stuyft P Pan American Journal of Public Health Cost study

DARE Do geriatric interventions reduce emergency department visits: a
systematic review 2006 McCusker J, Verdon J Journals of Gerontology Series
A – Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences Abstract

NHS EED Economic impact of a unit for post hospitalization home care on
hospitalization flow and financial balance sheet 2006 Buthion V Journal
d’Economie Medicale Cost study

DARE Efficacy and effectiveness of community-based treatment of severe
malnutrition 2006 Ashworth A Food and Nutrition Bulletin Abstract

DARE A critical review of literature regarding the effectiveness of
physical therapy management of hip fracture in elderly persons 2005
Toussant E M, Kohia M Journals of Gerontology Series A – Biological
Sciences and Medical Sciences Abstract

DARE Does palliative care improve outcomes for patients with HIV/AIDS: a
systematic review of the evidence 2005 Harding R, Karus D, Easterbrook P,
Raveis V H, Higginson I J, Marconi K Sexually Transmitted Infections
Abstract

<snip>

Brief sample of search of biomechanics or ergonomics

biomechanics or ergonomics: 32 documents found

All results (32) DARE (15) NHS EED (15) HTA (2)

DARE Assessment of patient safety research from an organizational
ergonomics and structural perspective 2007 Schutz A L, Counte M A, Meurer
S Ergonomics In process

DARE Gait analysis of patients following total knee replacement: a
systematic review 2007 McClelland J A, Webster K E, Feller J A Knee
Abstract

NHS EED Implementing a pilot work injury management program in Hong Kong
2007 Lai H S, Chan C C Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation Cost study

DARE Interventions for the prevention and management of neck/upper
extremity musculoskeletal conditions: a systematic review 2007 Boocock M
G, McNair P J, Larmer P J, Armstrong B, Collier J, Simmonds M, Garrett N
Occupational and Environmental Medicine Abstract

DARE Anterior cruciate ligament injuries in female athletes – part 2: a
meta-analysis of neuromuscular interventions aimed at injury prevention
2006 Hewett T E, Ford K R, Myer G D American Journal of Sports Medicine
Abstract

NHS EED Costs of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in
developing countries: Colombia case 2006 Piedrahita H International
Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics Cost study

DARE Effectiveness of behaviour based safety interventions to reduce
accidents and injuries in workplaces: critical appraisal and meta-analysis
2006 Tuncel S, Lotlikar H, Salem S, Daraiseh N Theoretical Issues in
Ergonomics Science Abstract

NHS EED Estimating the uninsured costs of work-related accidents. Part
I: A systematic review 2006 Sun L, Paez O, Lee D, Salem S, Daraiseh N
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science Cost study

NHS EED Estimating uninsured costs of work-related accidents. Part II:
An incidence-based model 2006 Paez O, Uahinui T, Genaidy A, Karwowsksi W,
Sun L, Daraiseh N Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science Cost study

DARE Exercise on prescription in general practice: a systematic review
2006 Sorensen J B, Skovgaard T, Puggaard L Scandinavian Journal of Primary
Health Care Abstract

DARE The effects of occupational interventions on reduction of
musculoskeletal symptoms in the nursing profession 2006 Bos E H, Krol B,
Van Der Star A, Groothoff J W Ergonomics In process

DARE A systematic review of the effects of therapeutic taping on
patellofemoral pain syndrome 2005 Aminaka N, Gribble P A Journal of
Athletic Training Abstract

DARE Physiotherapy, steroid injections, or rest for lateral
epicondylosis: what the evidence suggests 2005 Nimgade A, Sullivan M,
Goldman R Pain Practice Abstract

HTA Surface electromyography for evaluation of low back pain 2005 HAYES,
Inc. Lansdale, PA: HAYES, Inc Brief publication record

NHS EED A statistical human resources costing and accounting model for
analysing the economic effects of an intervention at a workplace 2002
Landstad B J, Gelin G, Malmquist C, Vinberg S Ergonomics Cost study

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    Risk Assessment Database

    Environmental Protection

    Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS)

    Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

    Getting Started with IRIS

    An overview of the web site

    What is IRIS?

    How does EPA decide which substances to add or update?

    More frequent questions

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    IRIS Process (2009 Update)

    Advanced Search in IRIS

    Compare IRIS Values

    Download IRIS

    Site Help and Tools

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http://www.eric.ed.gov/

How to Use the ERIC Database

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About 25,500,000 results

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    Trip is a free clinical search engine.
    Its primary function is to help clinicians
    identify the best available evidence with
    which to answer clinical questions.
    Its roots are firmly in the world of
    evidence-based medicine.

    Source: Wikipedia

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Introducing SciTech Connect

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OSTI Blog

http://www.osti.gov/ostiblog/introducing-scitech-connect

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With the release of SciTech Connect, OSTI is expanding its deployment of
semantic search, an innovative technology to improve the quality and
relevance of search results across the majority of its DOE content.
Semantic search is a way to enhance search accuracy contextually. Rather
than relying on search algorithms that identify a specific query term,
semantic search uses more complex contextual relationships among people,
places and things. It is an especially effective search approach when a
person truly is researching a topic (rather than trying to navigate to a
particular destination).

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OSTI Director Walt Warnick has said this about SciTech Connect: Now, with
SciTech Connect, we are expanding deployment of innovative semantic search
technology to make DOE R&D results easier to retrieve and thereby better
serve our dual core mission getting DOE results out to the scientific
community and beyond, and getting the communitys results into DOE.

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SciTech Connect contains all the full-text documents and citations
previously found in Information Bridge and Energy Citations Database.
Thus, SciTech Connect contains over sixty-five years of energy-related
citations created and/or collected by OSTI. There are over 2.5 million
citations, including citations to 1.4 million journal articles, 364,000 of
which have digital object identifiers (DOIs) linking to full-text articles
on publishers websites. SciTech Connect also has over 313,000 full-text
DOE sponsored STI reports; most of these are post-1991, but close to
85,000 of the reports were published prior to 1990.

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We are gradually phasing out Information Bridge and Energy Citations
Database (more information). These products accounted for approximately
half of the 298 million transactions OSTI handled in 2012. OSTI will work
to ensure a smooth transition for patrons as it consolidates these two
web-based services into SciTech Connect.

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SciTech Connect Search

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SciTech Connect consolidates the contents of OSTI’s Information Bridge and
Energy Citations Database, and will gradually replace these products

OSTI Launches SciTech Connect, Consolidates Information Bridge and Energy
Citations Database

http://www.osti.gov/home/osti_launch_scitech

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The Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Scientific and Technical
Information (OSTI) has launched SciTech Connect, a new portal to free,
publicly available DOE research and development (R&D) results. SciTech
Connect incorporates the contents of two of the most popular core DOE
collections and employs an innovative semantic search tool enabling
scientists, researchers and the scientifically- attentive public to
retrieve more relevant information. OSTI plans to gradually phase out its
current DOE Information Bridge and Energy Citations products and replace
them with the improved search interface of SciTech Connect.

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OSTI developed the new resource to help increase access to science,
technology and engineering research information from DOE and its
predecessor agencies. SciTech Connect represents one of the largest
deployments of semantic search by a federal agency to date.

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OSTI historically has been a leader in pioneering the use of new
technologies to make more DOE and federal science accessible to more
people more conveniently than ever before, said OSTI Director Walter
Warnick. Now, with SciTech Connect, we are expanding deployment of
innovative semantic search technology to make DOE R&D results easier to
retrieve and thereby better serve our dual core mission getting DOE
results out to the scientific community and beyond, and getting the
communitys results into DOE.

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Consolidated in SciTech Connect, DOE Information Bridge and Energy
Citations accounted for approximately half of the 298 million transactions
OSTI handled in 2012. OSTI will work to ensure a smooth transition for
patrons as it consolidates these two web-based services into SciTech
Connect.

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SciTech Connect contains all the full-text documents and citations
previously found in Information Bridge and Energy Citations Database.
Thus, SciTech Connect contains over sixty-five years of energy-related
citations created and/or collected by OSTI. There are over 2.5 million
citations, including citations to 1.4 million journal articles, 364,000 of
which have digital object identifiers (DOIs) linking to full-text articles
on publishers websites. SciTech Connect also has over 313,000 full-text
DOE sponsored STI reports; most of these are post-1991, but close to
85,000 of the reports were published prior to 1990.

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SciTech Connect includes technical reports, bibliographic citations,
journal articles, conference papers, books, multimedia, and data
information sponsored by DOE through a grant, contract, cooperative
agreement, or similar type of funding mechanism from the 1940s to today.
This collection continues to grow as new scientific and technical
information resulting from DOE research becomes available.

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The records for the early years represent a comprehensive worldwide
collection of nuclear science literature. In addition to reports from the
Atomic Energy Commission and other U.S. Government agencies, this
collection includes numerous non-governmental publications, as well as
foreign and foreign language material. In the mid-1970s, the scope of the
database expanded to cover all forms of energy-related scientific and
technical information.

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Semantic Search

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With the release of SciTech Connect, OSTI is expanding its deployment of
semantic search, an innovative technology to radically improve the quality
and relevance of search results across the majority of its DOE content.
Semantic search is a way to enhance search accuracy contextually. Rather
than relying on search algorithms that identify a specific query term,
semantic search uses more complex contextual relationships among people,
places and things. It is an especially effective search approach when a
person truly is researching a topic (rather than trying to navigate to a
particular destination).

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SciTech Connect employs a semantic search technique known as
keyword-to-concept mapping. It accepts keyword-based queries and returns
concept-mapped queries as in a taxonomy; a search term is mapped to other
associated terms, including narrower and related concepts.

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In this way, semantic search enables the new SciTech Connect search engine
to recognize and make use of the logical relations among concepts in
different scientific documents, regardless of whether those documents use
standard descriptors to express those concepts. As a consequence, even the
casual user easily recognizes the superiority of semantic search results
over traditional word/phrase search results in a side-by-side comparison.

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SciTech Connect also includes a number of other features, including basic
and advanced search; faceting; in-document search; word clouds; and
personalization which allows users to save searches, define alerts based
on saved searches and create and manage document libraries.

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Transition Details

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While SciTech Connect will eventually replace DOE Information Bridge and
Energy Citations Database, the transition will be gradual and seamless.
The transition period should be completed in July 2013. Because SciTech
Connect provides improved access to all the information previously
available via DOE Information Bridge and Energy Citations Database, OSTI
recommends that users bookmark this new product and start using it as
their primary access point to OSTI’s collection of DOE research and
development results.

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More details regarding the transition from DOE Information Bridge and
Energy Citations Database will be made available as this transition moves
forward. Rest assured that changes during the transition will be
communicated, and that existing search and retrieval services,
personalization functionality such as alerts, and saved links will
continue to work seamlessly.

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OSTI, within the DOE Office of Science, collects, preserves, and
disseminates DOE-sponsored R&D results that are the outcomes of R&D
projects or other funded activities at DOE labs and facilities nationwide
and grantees at universities and other institutions.

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DOEs Office of Science is the single largest supporter of basic research
in the physical sciences in the United States and is working to address
some of the most pressing challenges of our time.

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Sample Search Results

Search Results for:

“climate change” AND (gasoline OR petroleum OR oil OR “fossil fuels”)

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368,761

Electronic Full Text

84,844

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1.
Energy Sector Vulnerability to Climate Change: Adaptation Options to
Increase Resilience (Presentation)

by Newmark, R. L.; Bilello, D.; Macknick, J.; Hallet, K. C.; Anderson, R.;
Tidwell, V.; Zamuda, C. (Feb. 2013)

The U.S. Department of Energy is conducting an assessment of
vulnerabilities of the U.S. energy sector to climate change and extreme
weather. Emphasizing peer reviewed research, it seeks to quantify
vulnerabilities and identify specific knowledge or technology gaps. It
draws upon a July 2012 workshop, ?Climate Change and Extreme Weather
Vulnerability Assessment of the US Energy Sector?, hosted by the Atlantic
Council and sponsored by DOE to solicit industry input.

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Basin scale assessment of gas hydrate dissociation in response to climate
change

by Reagan, M.; Moridis, G.; Elliott, S.; Maltrud, M.; Cameron-Smith, P.
(Jul. 2011)

Paleooceanographic evidence has been used to postulate that methane from
oceanic hydrates may have had a significant role in regulating climate.
However, the behavior of contemporary oceanic methane hydrate deposits
subjected to rapid temperature changes, like those now occurring in the
arctic and those predicted under future climate change scenarios, has only
recently been investigated. Field investigations have discovered
substantial methane gas plumes exiting the seafloor along the Arctic Ocean
margin, and the plumes appear at depths corresponding to the upper limit
of a receding gas hydrate stability zone. It has been suggested that these
plumes may be the first more

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ESTIMATING RISK TO CALIFORNIA ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE FROM PROJECTED
CLIMATE CHANGE

by Sathaye, Jayant; Dale, Larry; Larsen, Peter; Fitts, Gary; Koy, Kevin;
Lewis, Sarah; Lucena, Andre (Jun. 2011)

This report outlines the results of a study of the impact of climate
change on the energy infrastructure of California and the San Francisco
Bay region, including impacts on power plant generation; transmission line
and substation capacity during heat spells; wildfires near transmission
lines; sea level encroachment upon power plants, substations, and natural
gas facilities; and peak electrical demand. Some end-of-century impacts
were projected:Expected warming will decrease gas-fired generator
efficiency. The maximum statewide coincident loss is projected at 10.3
gigawatts (with current power plant infrastructure and population), an
increase of 6.2 percent over current temperature-induced losses. By the
end of more

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4.
Soybean Oil Derivatives for Fuel and Chemical Feedstocks

by McFarlane, Joanna [ORNL] (Jan. 2013)

Plant based sources of hydrocarbons are being considered as alternatives
to petrochemicals because of the need to conserve petroleum resources for
reasons of national security and climate change. Changes in fuel
formulations to include ethanol from corn sugar and methyl esters from
soybean oil are examples of this policy in the United States and
elsewhere. Replacements for commodity chemicals are also being considered,
as this value stream represents much of the profit for the oil industry
and one that would be affected by shortages in oil or other fossil fuels.
While the discovery of large amounts of natural gas associated more

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5.
Biomass to Gasoline and DIesel Using Integrated Hydropyrolysis and
Hydroconversion

by Marker, Terry; Roberts, Michael; Linck, Martin; Felix, Larry;
Ortiz-Toral, Pedro; Wangerow, Jim; Tan, Eric; Gephart, John; Shonnard,
David (Jan. 2013)

Cellulosic and woody biomass can be directly converted to hydrocarbon
gasoline and diesel blending components through the use of integrated
hydropyrolysis plus hydroconversion (IH2). The IH2 gasoline and diesel
blending components are fully compatible with petroleum based gasoline and
diesel, contain less than 1% oxygen and have less than 1 total acid number
(TAN). The IH2 gasoline is high quality and very close to a drop in fuel.
The DOE funding enabled rapid development of the IH2 technology from
initial proof-of-principle experiments through continuous testing in a 50
kg/day pilot plant. As part of this project, engineering work on IH2 more

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6.
Summary for Policy Makers: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Special Report Renewable Energy Sources (SRREN)

by Arvizu, Dan; Bruckner, Thomas; Christensen, John; Devernay,
Jean-Michel; Faaij , Andre; Fischedick, Manfred; Goldstein, Barry; Hansen,
Gerrit; Huckerby , John; Jager-Waldau, Arnulf; Kadner, Susanne; Kammen,
Daniel; Krey, Volker; Kumar, Arun; Lewis , Anthony; Lucon, Oswaldo;
Matschoss, Patrick; Maurice, Lourdes; Mitchell , Catherine; Moomaw,
William; Moreira, Jose; Nadai, Alain; Nilsson, Lars J.; Nyboer, John;
Rahman, Atiq; Sathaye, Jayant; Sawin, Janet; Schaeffer, Roberto; Schei,
Tormod; Schlomer, Steffen; Sims, Ralph; von Stechow, Christoph;
Verbruggen, Aviel; Urama, Kevin; Wiser, Ryan; Yamba, Francis; Zwickel,
Timm (May 2011)

The Working Group III Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and
Climate Change Mitigation (SRREN) presents an assessment of the literature
on the scientific, technological, environmental, economic and social
aspects of the contribution of six renewable energy (RE) sources to the
mitigation of climate change. It is intended to provide policy relevant
information to governments, intergovernmental processes and other
interested parties. This Summary for Policymakers provides an overview of
the SRREN, summarizing the essential findings. The SRREN consists of 11
chapters. Chapter 1 sets the context for RE and climate change; Chapters 2
through 7 provide information on six RE more

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iRESM INITIATIVE UNDERSTANDING DECISION SUPPORT NEEDS FOR CLIMATE CHANGE
MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION –US Midwest Region

by Rice, Jennie S.; Runci, Paul J.; Moss, Richard H.; Anderson, Kate L.
(Oct. 2010)

The impacts of climate change are already affecting human and
environmental systems worldwide, yet many uncertainties persist in the
prediction of future climate changes and impacts due to limitations in
scientific understanding of relevant causal factors. In particular, there
is mounting urgency to efforts to improve models of human and
environmental systems at the regional scale, and to integrate climate,
ecosystem and energy-economic models to support policy, investment, and
risk management decisions related to climate change mitigation (i.e.,
reducing greenhouse gas emissions) and adaptation (i.e., responding to
climate change impacts). The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
is developing a modeling more

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Characterizing Uncertainty for Regional Climate Change Mitigation and
Adaptation Decisions

by Unwin, Stephen D.; Moss, Richard H.; Rice, Jennie S.; Scott, Michael J.
(Sep. 2011)

This white paper describes the results of new research to develop an
uncertainty characterization process to help address the challenges of
regional climate change mitigation and adaptation decisions.

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Geologic carbon sequestration as a global strategy to mitigate CO2
emissions: Sustainability and environmental risk

by Oldenburg, C.M. (Apr. 2011)

Fossil fuels are abundant, inexpensive to produce, and are easily
converted to usable energy by combustion as demonstrated by mankind’s
dependence on fossil fuels for over 80% of its primary energy supply (13).
This reliance on fossil fuels comes with the cost of carbon dioxide
(CO{sub 2}) emissions that exceed the rate at which CO{sub 2} can be
absorbed by terrestrial and oceanic systems worldwide resulting in
increases in atmospheric CO{sub 2} concentration as recorded by direct
measurements over more than five decades (14). Carbon dioxide is the main
greenhouse gas linked to global warming and associated climate change, the
more

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A deeper look at climate change and national security.

by Baker, Arnold Barry; Backus, George A.; Romig, Alton Dale, Jr. (Mar.
2010)

Climate change is a long-term process that will trigger a range of
multi-dimensional demographic, economic, geopolitical, and national
security issues with many unknowns and significant uncertainties. At first
glance, climate-change-related national security dimensions seem far
removed from today’s major national security threats. Yet climate change
has already set in motion forces that will require U.S. attention and
preparedness. The extent and uncertainty associated with these situations
necessitate a move away from conventional security practices, toward a
small but flexible portfolio of assets to maintain U.S. interests.
Thoughtful action is required now if we are to acquire the capabilities,
tools, systems, more

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Scientific Grand Challenges: Challenges in Climate Change Science and the
Role of Computing at the Extreme Scale

by Khaleel, Mohammad A.; Johnson, Gary M.; Washington, Warren M. (Jul.
2009)

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Biological and Environmental
Research (BER) in partnership with the Office of Advanced Scientific
Computing Research (ASCR) held a workshop on the challenges in climate
change science and the role of computing at the extreme scale, November
6-7, 2008, in Bethesda, Maryland. At the workshop, participants identified
the scientific challenges facing the field of climate science and outlined
the research directions of highest priority that should be pursued to meet
these challenges. Representatives from the national and international
climate change research community as well as representatives from the
high-performance computing community attended the more

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Physical Impacts of Climate Change on the Western US Electricity System:
A Scoping Study

by Coughlin, Katie; Goldman, Charles (Dec. 2008)

This paper presents an exploratory study of the possible physical impacts
of climate change on the electric power system, and how these impacts
could be incorporated into resource planning in the Western United States.
While many aspects of climate change and energy have been discussed in the
literature, there has not yet been a systematic review of the relationship
between specific physical effects and the quantitative analyses that are
commonly used in planning studies. The core of the problem is to
understand how the electric system is vulnerable to physical weather risk,
and how to make use of information from more

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The Challenges and Potential of Nuclear Energy for Addressing Climate
Change

by Kim, Son H.; Edmonds, James A. (Oct. 2007)

The response to climate change and the stabilization of atmospheric
greenhouse gas concentrations has major implications for the global energy
system. Stabilization of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations
requires a peak and an indefinite decline of global CO2 emissions. Nuclear
energy, along with other technologies, has the potential to contribute to
the growing demand for energy without emitting CO2. Nuclear energy is of
particular interest because of its global prevalence and its current
significant contribution, nearly 20%, to the worlds electricity supply. We
have investigated the value of nuclear energy in addressing climate
change, and have explored the potential challenges more

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14.
America’s Climate Choices: Adapting to the Impacts of Climate Change

by Wilbanks, Thomas J [ORNL]; Jacobs, Dr. Katharine [University of
Arizona]; Baughman, Bruce [IEM, Inc., Alabama]; Benjamin, Georges
[American Public Health Association]; Buizer, Dr. James L. [Arizona State
University]; Chapin, F. Stuart [University of Alaska]; Cherry, Dr. W.
Peter [Science Applications International Corporation, Ann Arbor, MI];
Davis, Braxton [South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental
Control, Charleston]; Emori, Dr. Seita [National Institute for
Environmental Studies, Japan]; Ebi, Kristie L. [IPCC Technical Support
Unit WGII, Stanford, CA]; Harris, Jeremy [Sustainable Cities Institute,
Hawaii]; Kates, Dr. Robert W. [Independent Scholar, Bangor, Maine];
Kunreuther, Howard C. [University of Pennsylvania]; Mearns, Linda O.
[National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)]; Mote, Philip [Oregon
State University, Corvallis]; Rosenberg, Andrew A. [Conservation
International, Arlington, VA]; SchwartzJr., Henry G. [Jacobs Civil
(retired)]; Smith, Joel B. [Stratus Consulting, Inc., Boulder]; Yohe, Gary
W. [Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut] (May 2010)

Convened by the National Research Council in response to a request from
Congress, America’s Climate Choices is a suite of five coordinated
activities designed to study the serious and sweeping issues associated
with global climate change, including the science and technology
challenges involved, and provide advice on the most effective steps and
the most promising strategies that can be taken to respond. The Panel on
Adapting to the Impacts of Climate Change was charged to describe,
analyze, and assess actions and strategies to reduce vulnerability,
increase adaptive capacity, improve resilience, and promote successful
adaptation to climate change in different regions, more

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Global situational awareness and early warning of high-consequence
climate change.

by Backus, George A.; Carr, Martin J.; Boslough, Mark Bruce Elrick (Aug.
2009)

Global monitoring systems that have high spatial and temporal resolution,
with long observational baselines, are needed to provide situational
awareness of the Earth’s climate system. Continuous monitoring is required
for early warning of high-consequence climate change and to help
anticipate and minimize the threat. Global climate has changed abruptly in
the past and will almost certainly do so again, even in the absence of
anthropogenic interference. It is possible that the Earth’s climate could
change dramatically and suddenly within a few years. An unexpected loss of
climate stability would be equivalent to the failure of an engineered
system on a more

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Estimates of the long-term U.S. economic impacts of global climate
change-induced drought.

by Ehlen, Mark Andrew; Loose, Verne W.; Warren, Drake E.; Vargas, Vanessa
N. (Jan. 2010)

While climate-change models have done a reasonable job of forecasting
changes in global climate conditions over the past decades, recent data
indicate that actual climate change may be much more severe. To better
understand some of the potential economic impacts of these severe climate
changes, Sandia economists estimated the impacts to the U.S. economy of
climate change-induced impacts to U.S. precipitation over the 2010 to 2050
time period. The economists developed an impact methodology that converts
changes in precipitation and water availability to changes in economic
activity, and conducted simulations of economic impacts using a
large-scale macroeconomic model of the more

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17.
Our impending energy, climate-change, and economic-development crisis :
Options for Change Part 2

by Gupta, Rajan [Los Alamos National Laboratory] (Dec. 2012)

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Climate change: what causes it and how we know

by Fyke, Jeremy G. [Los Alamos National Laboratory] (Oct. 2012)

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Progress Report 2008: A Scalable and Extensible Earth System Model for
Climate Change Science

by Drake, John B [ORNL]; Worley, Patrick H [ORNL]; Hoffman, Forrest M
[ORNL]; Jones, Phil [Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)] (Jan. 2009)

This project employs multi-disciplinary teams to accelerate development of
the Community Climate System Model (CCSM), based at the National Center
for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). A consortium of eight Department of
Energy (DOE) National Laboratories collaborate with NCAR and the NASA
Global Modeling and Assimilation Office (GMAO). The laboratories are
Argonne (ANL), Brookhaven (BNL) Los Alamos (LANL), Lawrence Berkeley
(LBNL), Lawrence Livermore (LLNL), Oak Ridge (ORNL), Pacific Northwest
(PNNL) and Sandia (SNL). The work plan focuses on scalablity for petascale
computation and extensibility to a more comprehensive earth system model.
Our stated goal is to support the DOE mission in climate more

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20.
Nuclear Energy R&D Imperative 3: Enable a Transition Away from Fossil
Fuel in the Transportation and Industrial Sectors

by David Petti; J. Stephen Herring (Mar. 2010)

As described in the Department of Energy Office of Nuclear Energys Nuclear
Energy R&D Roadmap, nuclear energy can play a significant role in
supplying energy for a growing economy while reducing both our dependence
on foreign energy supplies and emissions from the burning of fossil fuels.
The industrial and transportation sectors are responsible for more than
half of the greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S., and imported oil
supplies 70% of the energy used in the transportation sector. It is
therefore important to examine the various ways nuclear energy can
facilitate a transition away from fossil fuels to secure environmentally
more

Business Case for Energy Efficiency in Support of Climate Change
Mitigation, Economic and Societal Benefits in China

by McNeil, Michael A.; Bojda, Nicholas; Ke, Jing; Qin, Yining; de la Rue
du Can, Stephane; Fridley, David; Letschert, Virginie E.; McMahon, James
E. (Aug. 2011)

This study seeks to provide policymakers and other stakeholders with
actionable information towards a road map for reducing energy consumption
cost-effectively. We focus on individual end use equipment types
(hereafter referred to as appliance groups) that might be the subject of
policies – such as labels, energy performance standards, and incentives –
to affect market transformation in the short term, and on high-efficiency
technology options that are available today. As the study title suggests,
the high efficiency or Business Case scenario is constructed around a
model of cost-effective efficiency improvement. Our analysis demonstrates
that a significant reduction in energy consumption more

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New Horizons for Hydrogen: Producing Hydrogen from Renewable Resources

(Feb. 2011)

Recent events have reminded us of the critical need to transition from
crude oil, coal, and natural gas toward sustainable and domestic sources
of energy. One reason is we need to strengthen our economy. In 2008 we saw
the price of oil reach a record $93 per barrel. With higher oil prices,
growing demand for gasoline, and increasing oil imports, an average of
$235 billion per year, has left the United States economy to pay for
foreign oil since 2005, or $1.2 trillion between 2005 and 2009. From a
consumer perspective, this trend is seen with an average gasoline price
more

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23.
Climate Change, Nuclear Power and Nuclear Proliferation: Magnitude
Matters

by Robert J. Goldston (Apr. 2011)

Integrated energy, environment and economics modeling suggests that
worldwide electrical energy use will increase from 2.4 TWe today to ~12
TWe in 2100. It will be challenging to provide 40% of this electrical
power from combustion with carbon sequestration, as it will be challenging
to provide 30% from renewable energy sources derived from natural energy
flows. Thus nuclear power may be needed to provide ~30%, 3600 GWe, by
2100. Calculations of the associated stocks and flows of uranium,
plutonium and minor actinides indicate that the proliferation risks at
mid-century, using current light-water reactor technology, are daunting.
There are institutional arrangements more

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24.
The physical science behind climate change

by Collins, William; Collins, William; Colman, Robert; Haywood, James;
Manning, Martin R.; Mote, Philip (Jul. 2007)

For a scientist studying climate change, ‘eureka’ moments are unusually
rare. Instead progress is generally made by a painstaking piecing together
of evidence from every new temperature measurement, satellite sounding or
climate-model experiment. Data get checked and rechecked, ideas tested
over and over again. Do the observations fit the predicted changes? Could
there be some alternative explanation? Good climate scientists, like all
good scientists, want to ensure that the highest standards of proof apply
to everything they discover. And the evidence of change has mounted as
climate records have grown longer, as our understanding of the climate
system has improved more

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25.
Modeling of Oceanic Gas Hydrate Instability and Methane Release in
Response to Climate Change

by Reagan, Matthew; Reagan, Matthew T.; Moridis, George J. (Apr. 2008)

Paleooceanographic evidence has been used to postulate that methane from
oceanic hydrates may have had a significant role in regulating global
climate, implicating global oceanic deposits of methane gas hydrate as the
main culprit in instances of rapid climate change that have occurred in
the past. However, the behavior of contemporary oceanic methane hydrate
deposits subjected to rapid temperature changes, like those predicted
under future climate change scenarios, is poorly understood. To determine
the fate of the carbon stored in these hydrates, we performed simulations
of oceanic gas hydrate accumulations subjected to temperature changes at
the seafloor and assessed the more

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26.
Body composition to climate change studies – the many facets of neutron
induced prompt gamma-ray analysis

by Mitra,S. (Nov. 2008)

In-vivo body composition analysis of humans and animals and in-situ
analysis of soil using fast neutron inelastic scattering and thermal
neutron capture induced prompt-gamma rays have been described. By
measuring carbon (C), nitrogen (N) and oxygen (O), protein, fat and water
are determined. C determination in soil has become important for
understanding below ground carbon sequestration process in the light of
climate change studies. Various neutron sources ranging from radio
isotopic to compact 14 MeV neutron generators employing the associated
particle neutron time-of-flight technique or micro-second pulsing were
implemented. Gamma spectroscopy using recently developed digital
multi-channel analyzers has also been more

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27.
Business Case for Energy Efficiency in Support of Climate Change
Mitigation, Economic and Societal Benefits in India

by McNeil, Michael A.; Ke, Jing; Can, Stephane de la Rue du; Letschert,
Virginie E.; McMahon, James E. (Dec. 2011)

This study seeks to provide policymakers and other stakeholders with
actionable information towards a road map for reducing energy consumption
cost-effectively. We focus on individual end use equipment types
(hereafter referred to as appliance groups) that might be the subject of
policies – such as labels, energy performance standards, and incentives –
to affect market transformation in the short term, and on high-efficiency
technology options that are available today. the high efficiency or
Business Case scenario is constructed around a model of cost-effective
efficiency improvement. Our analysis demonstrates that a significant
reduction in energy consumption and emissions is achievable at more

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28.
Climate Change Impacts on Residential and Commercial Loads in the Western
U.S. Grid

by Lu, Ning; Taylor, Zachary T.; Jiang, Wei; Xie, YuLong; Leung, Lai R.;
Correia, James; Wong, Pak C.; Mackey, Patrick S.; Paget, Maria L. (Sep.
2008)

This report presents a multi-disciplinary modeling approach to quickly
quantify climate change impacts on energy consumption, peak load, and load
composition of residential and commercial buildings. This research focuses
on addressing the impact of temperature changes on the building cooling
load in 10 major cities across the Western United States and Canada. Our
results have shown that by the mid-century, building yearly energy
consumption and peak load will increase in the Southwest. Moreover, the
peak load months will spread out to not only the summer months but also
spring and autumn months. The Pacific Northwest will experience more hot
days more

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Climate Change, Nuclear Power and Nuclear Proliferation: Magnitude
Matters

by Robert J. Goldston (Mar. 2010)

Integrated energy, environment and economics modeling suggests electrical
energy use will increase from 2.4 TWe today to 12 TWe in 2100. It will be
challenging to provide 40% of this electrical power from combustion with
carbon sequestration, as it will be challenging to provide 30% from
renewable energy sources. Thus nuclear power may be needed to provide ~30%
by 2100. Calculations of the associated stocks and flows of uranium,
plutonium and minor actinides indicate that the proliferation risks at
mid-century, using current light-water reactor technology, are daunting.
There are institutional arrangements that may be able to provide an
acceptable level more

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20% Wind Energy – Diversifying Our Energy Portfolio and Addressing
Climate Change (Brochure)

(May 2008)

This brochure describes the R&D efforts needed for wind energy to meet 20%
of the U.S. electrical demand by 2030. In May 2008, DOE published its
report, 20% Wind Energy by 2030, which presents an in-depth analysis of
the potential for wind energy in the United States and outlines a
potential scenario to boost wind electric generation from its current
production of 16.8 gigawatts (GW) to 304 GW by 2030. According to the
report, achieving 20% wind energy by 2030 could help address climate
change by reducing electric sector carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 825
million metric tons (20% of more

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LIBRARY SCIENCE:

Library of Congress Authorities and Authority Headings Search

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Library of Congress Authorities and Authority Headings Search

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Library of Congress Authorities

http://authorities.loc.gov/

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Search Library of Congress Authorities

http://authorities.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&PAGE=First

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Using Library of Congress Authorities, you can browse and view authority
headings for Subject, Name, Title and Name/Title combinations; and
download authority records in MARC format for use in a local library
system. This service is offered free of charge.

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Help on Searching Authorities

http://authorities.loc.gov/help/contents.htm

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Frequently Asked Questions

http://authorities.loc.gov/help/auth-faq.htm

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Authorities Search Tips

http://authorities.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&PAGE=First

Subject

– Searches are “left-anchored” (enter search starting with leftmost word)
– Truncation is automatic

– Searches LC Subject Headings and Annotated Card Program (AC) Headings
– Searches LC Genre/Form Thesaurus, Thesaurus for Graphic Materials, etc.
– Searches other subject systems (e.g., Medical subject headings)

Examples:
united states history civil war 1861 1865 regimental histories
bible criticism interpretation etc
persian gulf war 1991

Name

– Searches are “left-anchored” (enter search starting with leftmost word)
– Truncation is automatic

– Searches personal, family, corporate, meeting, and jurisdiction
headings
– For personal names, enter surname first
– For other names, enter in direct order

Examples:
clemens samuel langhorne 1835 1910
twain mark 1835 1910
snodgrass quintus curtius 1835 1910
army war college u s
russia federation

Title

– Searches are “left-anchored” (enter search starting with leftmost word)
– Drop initial articles
– Truncation is automatic
– Do not include “O.T.” or “N.T.” before Bible chapters

– Searches uniform titles and series titles

Examples:
bible english new american standard
king and i motion picture
symphony #5 in e flat sibelius choreographic work guidi

Name / Title

– Searches are “left-anchored” (enter search starting with leftmost word)
– Drop initial articles for titles
– Truncation is automatic

– Searches headings combining author/creator name and uniform title
– Use Name Authority Headings search first to verify exact name heading

Examples:
shakespeare william 1564 1616 works 1997
poe edgar allan 1809 1849 short stories selections
hugo victor 1802 1885 angelo tyran de padoue

Keyword (All)

– Searches name, title, name/title, and subject headings by keyword
– A limited number of stopwords are not searched

Library of Congress

URL:

http://www.loc.gov/

Mailing Address:
101 Independence Ave, S.E.
Washington, DC 20540

Library of Congress Authorities (production)

URL:

http://authorities.loc.gov/

Library of Congress Online Catalog (production)

URL:

http://catalog.loc.gov/

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About Library of Congress Authorities

http://authorities.loc.gov/help/contents.htm

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Search and browse approximately:
.5 million subject authority records
8.2 million name authority records (6 million personal, 1.4 million
corporate, 180,000 meeting, and 120,000 geographic names, and .5 million
titles)

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Associated references and scope notes are also provided.
To search the Library’s online catalog for bibliographic and holdings
information, please switch to http://catalog.loc.gov/ now.

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Library of Congress Authorities is available free of charge. There are a
number of known problems with this initial release. The Library continues
to work with its integrated library system vendor to resolve them and
welcomes comments and error reports via email.

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This release does not include:
Z39.50 functionality
Full MARC 21 character set for display and download of authority data
Use of diacritics in searches
Keyword searching of authority data
Search access to form, genre, and topical subject subdivisions

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Note: The Library of Congress is nearing completion of a project to
create authority records for all form, genre, and topical subject
subdivisions

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About the Headings List Display

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All initial search results are presented as a Headings List–an
alphabetical list of all headings found in the Library of Congress Online
Catalog that fall nearest alphabetically to the first words of the search,
whether the headings have authority records associated with them or not.

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Important! Authority records are available only for those headings in the
list that display with an icon in the leftmost column.

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Note: Because the Library of Congress Online Catalog includes millions of
bibliographic records created over many decades and according to a variety
of cataloging policies, the Headings List for a search may include many
headings that do not have associated authority records.

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Examples include headings labelled “[from old catalog];” name-title
headings that under former cataloging practice could be assigned as access
points without an authority record; headings consisting of established
subject headings from the Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH)
combined with free-floating subdivisions; and subject access points
established in a variety of other thesauri but not in LCSH.

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Frequently Asked Questions

http://authorities.loc.gov/help/auth-faq.htm

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Access to Authority Records

1.What is an Authority Record?

2.Are authority records available free of charge?

3. Are authority records up to date?

4.Are bibliographic records and holdings information available?

5.Is Z39.50 access available for Library of Congress Authorities?

Searching Authority Records

6.Can authority records be searched by LCCN?

7.Can name and subject authorities be searched in a single query?

8.Can authority records be searched by keyword(s)?

9.How can I search for headings with diacritics and special characters?

10.Is it possible to search subject subdivisions and the display of full
subject heading hierarchies?

Viewing and Saving Authority Records

11.Is it possible to view and save records with the full MARC 21 character
set?

12.In the Headings List, why do some headings display without icons?

13.Why don’t all headings have a corresponding authority record,
reference, or note?

14.Why are there two entries, non-series title and series title, for many
headings listed in the search results of a Title Authority Heading search?

Comments and Reporting Errors

16.How can I report errors in bibliographic or authority records to the
Library of Congress?

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Access to Authority Records

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1) What is an authority record?

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An authority record is a tool used by librarians to establish forms of
names (for persons, places, meetings, and organizations), titles, and
subjects used on bibliographic records. Authority records enable
librarians to provide uniform access to materials in library catalogs and
to provide clear identification of authors and subject headings. For
example, works about “movies,” “motion pictures,” “cinema,” and “films”
are all entered under the established subject heading “Motion pictures.”

Authority records also provide cross references to lead users to the
headings used in the catalog, e.g., a search under: Snodgrass, Quintus
Curtius, 1835-1910 will lead users to the authorized form of heading for
Mark Twain, i.e., Twain, Mark, 1835-1910.

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It is important to note that authority records do not represent materials
in the Library’s collection, rather they are a tool used by librarians to
organize the library catalog and assist users in finding those materials.
A recent reviewer (in a library publication) noted that users may find
helpful information in Library of Congress Authorities, such as an
author’s middle name or a company name change. But generally speaking,
Library of Congress Authorities is a service intended for use by technical
services librarians and others interested in using LC authority records in
their catalogs.

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The MARC 21 Format for Authority Data defines the authority record as:
a carrier for information concerning the authorized forms of names and
subjects to be used as access points in MARC records, the forms of these
names, subjects and subdivisions to be used as references to the
authorized forms, and the interrelationships among these forms.

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A name may be used as a main, added, subject added, or series added access
entry. The term name refers to:

Personal names (X00)

Corporate names(X10)

Meeting names (X11)

Names of jurisdictions (X51)

Uniform titles (X30)

Name/title combinations

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A subject may be used only as a subject access entry. The term subject
refers to:

Topical terms (X50)

Geographic names (X51)

Names with subject subdivisions

Terms and names used as subject subdivisions

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For more information on MARC 21, see http://www.loc.gov/marc/

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2) Are authority records available free of charge?

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Yes. All authority information in Library of Congress Authorities is
available free of charge via this Web site (authorities.loc.gov). Users do
not have to register or request permission to search, save, print, or
email the LC authority records. The only limitation is that authority
records may only be saved, printed or emailed one at a time.

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3) Are authority records up to date?

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Yes. Library of Congress Authorities are updated every night, Monday
through Saturday. The nightly update includes records newly created and
updated the previous day by LC catalogers and contributed by NACO
participants. Any records deleted during the previous week are removed on
a weekly basis early every Monday morning.

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4) Are bibliographic records and holdings information available?

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No. The current release of Library of Congress Authorities does not
provide access to LC bibliographic records or holdings information.
Bibliographic records and holdings information are available via the
Library of Congress Online Catalog at: http://catalog.loc.gov/

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5) Does the Library of Congress provide Z39.50 access to authority
records?

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No. Z39.50 access to authority records is not currently available. LC
does expect to be able to offer Z39.50 access to authority records in a
future release.

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Searching Authority Records

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6) Can authority records be searched by LCCN?

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No. In this pilot release of Library of Congress Web Authorities,
searching by LCCN is not available. The four possible searches in this
release are: Subject Authority Headings, Name Authority Headings, Title
Authority Headings, and Name/Title Authority Headings.

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7) Can name and subject authorities be searched in a single query?

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No. Although most name, title (includes series), and name/title authority
headings may be searched using the Subject Authority Headings search type,
it is really necessary to select the appropriate search type to ensure
retrieval of ALL relevant records in these categories.

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8) Can authority records be searched by keyword(s)?

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No. Authority records cannot be searched by keyword(s). The available
searches, Subject, Name, Title, and Name/Title Authority Headings, are
“left-anchored” — search words must be entered in order starting with the
leftmost word (omitting initial articles and initial punctuation).

9) How can I search for headings with diacritics and special characters?

Diacritics and special characters need not be included in authority
headings searches. Some characters, like #, etc., are not considered
“special characters” and should be included in searches.

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For example, Gabriel Garc Mquez may be searched as: garcia marquez gabriel

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10) Is it possible to search subject subdivisions and the display of full
subject heading hierarchies?

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No. However, many searching enhancements are now offered in Classification
Web, a fee-based web online service, combining Library of Congress Subject
Headings and Library of Congress Classification, available on subscription
from the Library of Congress Cataloging Distribution Service.

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Viewing and Saving Authority Records

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11) Is it possible to view and save records with the full MARC 21
character set?

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Yes. Library of Congress Authorities offers two MARC formats for saving
records: MARC-8/non-unicode and UTF-8/unicode (see
http://authorities.loc.gov/help/savemail.htm. To view the authority record
showing the MARC fielded information, be sure to select the “MARC Display”
tab (which is the default record display).

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12) In the Headings List, why do some headings display without icons?

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The Headings List is an alphabetical list of all headings found in the
Library of Congress Online Catalog that fall nearest alphabetically to the
first words of the search, whether the headings have authority records
associated with them or not. The headings that do not have an icon come
from bibliographic records found in the Online Catalog.

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13) Why don’t all headings have a corresponding authority record,
reference, or note?

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Not all headings on bibliographic records in the LC Database have a
corresponding authority record, reference, or note. Users will not find an
authority record for every access point for the following reasons:

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The 12 million bibliographic records in the LC Database were created over
the course of more than a century of cataloging at the Library of
Congress. Many of these bibliographic records were cataloged before the
Library began creating MARC authority records.

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Some new bibliographic records, by policy – e.g., minimal level cataloging
-do not have authorities created unless conflicts require them. Therefore
not all access points on LC bibliographic records have corresponding
authority records in the LC Database.

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LC’s current cataloging policy does not call for every subject heading
with a free-floating subdivision to be represented by a separate authority
record in the LC Database. Some examples would be Twain, Mark, 1835-1910 –
Homes and haunts or Live oak – Seeds – Testing. Similarly, not all titles
used as access points have associated authority records. For example,
works about the magazine entitled The New Yorker do not have an associated
authority record for that title.

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Also, LC has many non-LCSH subject headings, primarily for audio/visual
materials, that are not represented by authority records. MESH headings
are an example of non-LC subject headings on LC bibliographic records that
do not have associated authority records in the LC Database.
The LC Database includes bibliographic records that are in process, that
is, the cataloging has not been completed. As LC staff complete these
records, they create the relevant authority records according to the
current policies described above. As soon as authority records are added
or updated in the LC Database they are available online via LC
Authorities.

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14) Why are there two entries, non-series title and series title, for many
headings listed in the search results of a Title Authority Heading search?

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A heading represented by a series authority record will appear as two
entries, non-series title and series title in the headings list for a
Title Authority Heading search. This is a result of treatment of the 008
coding for bytes 14 and 16 in the authority record. The authority record
can be viewed via either entry.

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Example: a Title Authority Headings search for the title “Theoretical
chemistry.” The Headings List shows the heading first as a non-series
title; one bibliographic record is associated with that use of the heading
(a serial with a 130 field: Theoretical chemistry (London, England :
1965)). The second column indicates that nine bibliographic records are
associated with the heading as a series title. These are analytics with
the series heading in 830 fields: Theoretical chemistry (London, England :
1965).

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Series authority records may be retrieved by a Title or a Name-Title
Headings search, as appropriate. For these searches (as for Name Heading
searches), LC Authorities presents a heading in the Headings List when
byte 14 or byte 16 of the 008 field contains value ‘a’.
byte 14: value “a” indicates heading is appropriate for use as a main or
added entry (as a 1XX/7XX field in a bibliographic record; i.e., not as a
series entry)
byte 16: value “a” indicates heading is appropriate for use as a series

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Comments and Reporting Problems

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16) How can I report errors in bibliographic or authority records to the
Library of Congress?

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The bibliographic and authority records presented in the Library of
Congress Online Catalog and Library of Congress Authorities represent the
different cataloging practices employed by the Library over time. Some
records do not follow current practice.

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Users should check headings carefully to make sure that they have not made
an error in searching, or that a missing diacritic or special character
cannot be displayed due to the present limitations of the software.

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If you have confirmed an error in a Library of Congress authority record,
you may report it to the Policy and Standards Division at: policy@loc.gov.

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Content Sample : search of obesity in Subject Headings:

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Bib
Records

select icon in first column to…
View Authority Headings/References

Type of Heading

1

527

Obesity.

LC subject headings

2

15

Obesity.

LC subject headings for children

3

71

Obesity.

Medical subject headings

4

5

Obesity.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

5

0

Obesity & kids

LC subject headings

6

1

Obesity–1780-1820.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

7

1

Obesity–1790-1800.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

8

2

Obesity–1800-1810.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

9

1

Obesity–1820-1840.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

10

3

Obesity–1840-1850.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

11

1

Obesity–1860-1880.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

12

1

Obesity–1890-1900.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

13

1

Obesity–1900.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

14

1

Obesity–1900-1910.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

15

1

Obesity–1910-1920.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

16

2

Obesity–1930-1940.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

17

1

Obesity–1960-1980.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

18

1

Obesity–1970-1980.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

19

1

Obesity–2000-2010.

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

20

0

Obesity 2012 (Seminar) (2012 : London, England)

LC subject headings

21

0

Obesity 2012, Westminster Food & Nutrition Forum Keynote Seminar (2012 :
London, England)

LC subject headings

22

1

Obesity–Abstracts.

LC subject headings

23

1

Obesity–Adolescence–Congresses.

Medical subject headings

24

2

Obesity–Adolescent.

Medical subject headings

25

1

Obesity–Alternative treatment.

LC subject headings

26

0

Obesity and kids

LC subject headings

27

0

Obesity and the brain lecture series

LC subject headings

28

1

Obesity–Anecdotes.

LC subject headings

29

2

Obesity–Animal models.

LC subject headings

30

2

Obesity–Animal models–Congresses

LC subject headings

31

1

Obesity–Arkansas.

LC subject headings

32

1

Obesity–Atlases.

LC subject headings

33

1

Obesity–Atlases.

Medical subject headings

34

1

Obesity–Australia.

LC subject headings

35

1

Obesity–Australia–Social aspects.

LC subject headings

36

1

Obesity–Australia–Statistics.

LC subject headings

37

0

Obesity bias

LC subject headings

38

3

Obesity–Bibliography.

LC subject headings

39

1

Obesity–Biography.

LC subject headings

40

1

Obesity–Blood.

Medical subject headings

41

1

Obesity–Brazil–Rio de Janeiro.

LC subject headings

42

1

Obesity–California–Cross-cultural studies.

LC subject headings

43

1

Obesity–California–Orange County–Statistics.

LC subject headings

44

1

Obesity–Cameroon.

LC subject headings

45

2

Obesity–Canada.

LC subject headings

46

2

Obesity–Canada–Prevention.

LC subject headings

47

1

Obesity–Canada–Statistics.

LC subject headings

48

4

Obesity–Case studies.

LC subject headings

49

15

Obesity–Chemotherapy.

LC subject headings

50

2

Obesity–Chemotherapy–Congresses.

LC subject headings

51

2

Obesity–Chemotherapy–Periodicals.

LC subject headings

52

2

Obesity–Child.

Medical subject headings

53

2

Obesity–Child–Congresses.

Medical subject headings

54

1

Obesity–China.

LC subject headings

55

1

Obesity–China–Epidemiology.

LC subject headings

56

1

Obesity–Collected Works.

Medical subject headings

57

1

Obesity–Comic books, strips, etc.

LC subject headings

58

1

Obesity–Complication.

LC subject headings

59

19

Obesity–Complications

LC subject headings

60

31

Obesity–complications.

Medical subject headings

61

4

Obesity–Complications–Congresses.

LC subject headings

62

4

Obesity–complications–Congresses.

Medical subject headings

63

1

Obesity–complications–Great Britain.

Medical subject headings

64

1

Obesity–complications–Handbooks.

Medical subject headings

65

2

Obesity–Complications–Handbooks, manuals, etc.

LC subject headings

66

2

Obesity–Complications–Juvenile literature.

LC subject headings

67

1

Obesity–Complications–Prevention–Popular works.

LC subject headings

68

1

Obesity–Complications–United States.

LC subject headings

69

1

Obesity–complications–United States.

Medical subject headings

70

1

Obesity–Complications–United States–Congresses.

LC subject headings

71

1

Obesity–complications–United States–Congresses.

Medical subject headings

72

1

Obesity–Computer network resources.

LC subject headings

73

45

Obesity–Congresses.

LC subject headings

74

15

Obesity–congresses.

Medical subject headings

75

0

Obesity Control

LC subject headings

76

1

Obesity–Cross-cultural studies.

LC subject headings

77

1

Obesity–Developing countries.

LC subject headings

78

1

Obesity–Developing countries–Congresses.

LC subject headings

79

1

Obesity–Diagnosis.

LC subject headings

80

2

Obesity–diagnosis.

Medical subject headings

81

1

Obesity–diagnosis–West Virginia.

Medical subject headings

82

0

Obesity Diet therapy

LC subject headings

83

6

Obesity–Diet therapy.

Medical subject headings

84

1

Obesity–diet therapy–Child–Popular Works.

Medical subject headings

85

4

Obesity–diet therapy–Congresses.

Medical subject headings

86

1

Obesity–diet therapy–Handbooks.

Medical subject headings

87

3

Obesity–diet therapy–Periodicals.

Medical subject headings

88

0

Obesity discrimination

LC subject headings

89

2

Obesity–Drama.

LC subject headings

90

3

Obesity–Drug therapy.

Medical subject headings

91

5

Obesity–Drug therapy–Congresses.

Medical subject headings

92

3

Obesity–drug therapy–Periodicals.

Medical subject headings

93

5

Obesity–Economic aspects.

LC subject headings

94

1

Obesity–Economic aspects–Congresses.

LC subject headings

95

1

Obesity–Economic aspects–Texas.

LC subject headings

96

4

Obesity–Economic aspects–United States.

LC subject headings

97

1

Obesity–Economic aspects–United States–Econometric models.

LC subject headings

98

0

Obesity Education Initiative (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute)

LC subject headings

99

3

Obesity–Encyclopedias.

LC subject headings

100

1

Obesity–encyclopedias.

Medical subject headings

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https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/healthrecsport/info

http://listserv.temple.edu/archives/health-recreation-sports-tourism.html

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