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Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology

 

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E-Books

Taylor and Francis Books (includes FORENSICnetBASE)

eBooks published by Taylor and Francis. Includes full text forensic eBooks covering criminal justice and law, computer crime investigation and forensics. To restrict access to subsribed titles only choose the 'Show content I have access to' option.

E-Journals

Cambridge Archaeological Journal

The Cambridge Archaeological Journal is a leading journal in the field of archaeological research.

Cambridge Journals Digital Archive

Provides access to 171 journals published by Cambridge University Press. The collection includes a mixture of titles with publication dates running from 1827 until approximately 2000. Subjects covered include Humanities, Social Sciences, Science, Technology and Medicine.

Journal of Forensic Sciences Archive

Full text access available via ASTM from 1972 (Volume 17) through to 2005 (Volume 50). Articles published from 2006 (Volume 51 - Present) can be accessed via Wiley Online Library.

OpenGeoSci

A free, public map based interface that allows users to search maps, cross sections, charts, tables, figures and data from GeoScienceWorld publications.

Royal Society of Chemistry Journals

Full text articles from the journals of the Royal Society of Chemistry, covering 1841 to present day.

ScienceDirect

Full text journals published by Elsevier mainly in the field of science and technology. Also contains individual Elsevier eBooks that have been purchased by Cranfield University Libraries.

Taylor and Francis Online

Full text journals published by Taylor and Francis in the areas of science, technology and social sciences. (We do not have access to Taylor & Francis eBooks).

Wiley Online Library

Full text journals from Wiley-Blackwell covering science, technology, forensics, business and management, computer science, education, engineering, law, and mathematics.

Indexes

PubMed

Search engine to citations and abstracts available via the NOBI Entrez retrieval database. Subjects covered include general science, life science and chemistry. Access to the MEDLINE database is also offered.

Scopus

A large multidisciplinary abstract and indexing database that provides access to over 20,000 peer-reviewed titles, including 2,800 gold open access journals, from more than 5,000 international publishers. Scopus indexes more than 50,000 books, 6.5 million conference papers and 24 million patents from five patent offices.

Web of Science

The Web of Science covers many disciplines in the areas of engineering, science and the humanities, and provides access to the Web of Science, ISI Proceedings, MEDLINE and Journal Citation Reports (JCR).

Recommended Websites

BIAB : British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography

BIAB is the British and Irish Archaeological Bibliography a service of the Council for British Archaeology. The bibliography contains around 200,000 records from 1695 to present day on British and Irish archaeology, environmental history and the conservation of material culture.

Hurisearch

Search engine to facilitate access to human rights information on the World Wide Web.

Research Professional

News and funding information for research professionals. Includes research funding opportunities, sponsors, news, and jobs. Also gives access to the full-text publication Research Fortnight. Sign up for a personal log-in to set up your own alerts in chosen subject areas, receive regular newsletters by email, save searches, and keep a watch on particular sponsors such as the MOD or DSTL. (This resource was previously known as ResearchResearch)

Tools

Digimap

Maps and map data of Great Britain. Maps can be generated online or downloaded to use with appropriate application software such as GIS or CAD. Provides access to Geology Digimap, Historic Digimap and current Ordnance Survey maps of any location in Great Britain at a series of predefined scales. The "Marine" files are not available. *Please note*: you need to register with Edina to use this site in the first instance. This process takes up to two working days.