BioOne: biosciences database

We are pleased to announce the availability of a new and comprehensive biosciences database: BioOne. BioOne brings together peer reviewed and research journals from a variety of small society and not-for-profit organizations and publishers, along with open access journals whose emphases cover all fields of biology, ecology, and environmental sciences.

With BioOne you now have access to over 100 new titles, ranging in scope from coastal research, herpetology, and paleobiology to primate conservation, weed science, and palynology, to name a few.

What makes BioOne such an important resource is that it brings together many high-impact research journals in an online environment for the very first time. Titles such as:

  • Advances in Applied Biodiversity
  • Avian Diseases
  • The Condor
  • Comparative Parasitology
  • Fieldiana (Anthropology, Botany, Geology, & Zoology)
  • Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association
  • Journal of Raptor Research
  • Mountain Research and Development
  • Northwestern Naturalist
  • Rhodora
  • Western North American Naturalist

Most titles in BioOne from 2000 to present are available in full-text HTML or PDF formats, with pre-2000 backfiles available in JSTOR, another of Albertsons Library's databases.

Get 24-hour online access to BioOne, along with other new research databases such as Ethnic NewsWatch and Birds of North America, on the Albertsons Library Articles, Databases page.

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