Sciences General


 

ScienceOpen is a next generation Open Access platform that builds on the premise that scholarly publishing is not an end in itself, but the beginning of a dialogue to move research forward. It combines over 1 million articles from all areas of modern science, the humanities and social sciences with collaborative pre-publication workspaces, immediate publication and post-publication peer-review.


 

 

 

Science general has 134 peer-reviewed journals in the following subject areas: 1 on Information theory and 133 on Science (General)


 

 

 

There are 556 peer-reviewed journals listed under Earth and Environmental Sciences. Journals are full text and can be downloaded in PDF format. The various subject areas are: Earth Sciences, Ecology, Environmental Sciences, Geography, Geology, Geophysics and GeomagnetismMeteorology and Climatology, and Oceanography


 

 

 

The National Science Foundation (NSF) provided access to this site designed for those interested in working in visualizing science and engineering data.


 

 

 

Worldwide Science site is a global science gateway that is meant to help connect a worldwide audience to various national and international scientific databases.


 

 

 

This site hosted by North Harris Community College provides education animations on several science subjects such as plants, ecology, astronomy, geology, anatomy, biology, lunar and planetary time-lapse.


 

 

 

The Open University in Britain provided access to these course materials on the Palaeozoic era. Visitors will learn about the Cambrian explosion, the origins of vertebrates, and life in the Silurian sea.


 

 

 

This site about Carnegie Institution for Science presents an overview of the organization and its various activities. There is access to their Publications/Archives, annual report, listings of their books in prints, and a wide selection of online books.


 

 

 

This site for Academy of Natural Sciences is a great way to learn about their educational outreach activities as well as their museum. Exhibits include a photographic tour of Thomas Jefferson's famed fossil collection and an overview of the work of Joseph Leidy.


 

 

 

Through this link, UN’s Food and Agricultural Organization provides access to their various activities such as their ongoing investigations into the sociology of sustainable food systems and the agro ecology of farm landscapes.