AOML Print Journal- Browse or search for print journals which are available
to the NOAA Miami Regional Library.
AMS Journals - American Meteorological Society Journals.
Copyright - Information regarding the purpose of copyright, copyright policies, open access and website resources
CEDAR - Coastal and Estuarine Data/Document Archaeology and Rescue Data Archaeology is used to describe the process of seeking out, restoring, evaluating, correcting, and interpreting historical data sets. Data Rescue refers to the effort to save data at risk of being lost to the science community.
CLEO-Coral Literature Education & Outreach - The CLEO, Coral Literature Education and Outreach project, is designed to provide easy access to gray literature and pre-1990's literature on the coral reef environments near the ICON/CREWS monitoring stations.
Database & Article Searching -
E-resources for NOAA S. and N.E. Field Labs/Centers provides links to databases, full text journal collections and selected web resources.
E-journals - Browse or search for online journals which are available
to the NOAA Miami Regional Library
E-Newsletters - Browse the latest information on oceanography, marine protected areas, coastal services and weather services.
NOAA Catalog - Link to the NOAA Catalog - NOAALinc
NOAA Publications - This page mainly contains series titles that link directly to the NOAA Libraries catalog, as well as links to significant publications websites. Bibliographies of articles authored by NOAA personnel and published in scientific journal literature can be found on various publications pages at the NOAA office sites linked below or via citation indexes like ASFA or Web of Science
Open Access Resources - This page describes open access and provides links to open resources, repositories and directories to repositories in marine, oceanographic, atmospheric and other earth sciences.
Reference Resources - This page provides access to other library and information services.
Regional Databases and Publications - The NOAA Miami Regional Library cooperates with the southeast NOAA field libraries, and the NOAA scientists studying various southern and Gulf Coast regional ecosystems, to make accessible a number of online regional databases and virtual libraries which focus on published and unpublished scientific literature. Typical topics covered in these databases include oceanography, atmospheric science, aquaculture, and fisheries. These databases are searchable versions of the key resource documents.