NASA-funded database. Offers preprints and full text of articles from many scientific journals and conference proceedings. Includes the sections for astronomy and astrophysics, instrumentation, physics and geophysics, and LANL preprints. 1973-present.
Critical reviews written by leading scientists. Published annually for 29 disciplines within the Biomedical, Physical, and Social Sciences. Although Aviation is not a primary area covered in this database, there might be some valuable literature review articles. COVERED IN A LIBRARY ARTICLES SEARCH
Dissertations are a great way to find extensive literature reviews. Recent UND dissertations are available online full text. Other dissertations can be ordered through the Chester Fritz Library InterLibraryLoan.
Transportation Research Information Services (TRIS) bibliographic database. A collaborative effort by the Transportation Research Board, part of the National Academies, and the National Transportation Library, part of Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) , Research and Innovative Technology Administration, (U.S. Department of Transportation).
A dedicated Westlaw Patron Access terminal exists in the Law Library for walk-in or by-appointment-with-a-reference-librarian use. WESTLAW is an online legal research service for legal cases and law related materials and services, including searches of United States and international legal materials and journals. NOT COVERED IN A LIBRARY ARTICLES SEARCH
In 2008 merged with Blackwell Synergy to deliver 1400 Wiley-Blackwell journals, and more than 6000 online books, reference works, databases, protocols and other electronic resources through one integrated service.
Find & Analyze Data. Users must self-register from on the UND campus OR contact Janet Rex for access. Data cover military or airport topics such as: Congestion at Airports: The Economics of Airport Expansions (2003), Port Authority Cargo Theft Data of New Jersey and New York, 1978-1980 (1981), and Aviation Security and Terrorism: A Review of the Economic Issues (2003).
IOPscience is a new platform for IOP-hosted journal content. All IOP Publishing journals to which the Library subscribes will be accessible via IOPscience.(See Also IOP Electronic Journals). IOPscience express is an iPhone application that allows you to access the latest IOP-owned journal content from your iPhone or iPod Touch.