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The database is underpinned by Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts (ASFA), the renowned database created by United Nations agency sponsors, plus a network of international contributing partner institutions.
ASFA has been the definitive aquatic resource cited by librarians over recent decades – and ProQuest’s Aquatic Science Collection takes aquatic research a stage further, adding full text and additional databases Aqualine and Oceanic Abstracts.
Aquatic Science Collection provides a sizable element of full-text access along with comprehensive discovery through extensive abstracts and indexes structured using controlled vocabulary managed by expert editorial teams. Features advanced tools for postgraduate researchers, along with innovative features such as Illustrata™ deep indexing of tables and figures.
Precision discovery with extensive full-text access to a vast range of theoretical and applied literature from peer-reviewed to trade publications.
Literature reviews are more reliable when you utilize the power of ProQuest’s extensive editorial and technological expertise in cataloguing the literature within specific disciplines.
Undergraduates will have no problem with ProQuest’s award-winning interface. Users can restrict results to full text and/or peer-reviewed papers.
Working papers, conference papers/proceedings, and theses reveal current information and research trends. Reports, magazines and trade journals add a practical dimension to research.
High usage + precision: coverage and accuracy needed for advanced literature reviews plus a simple search experience and full text for beginners.
Illustrata deep indexing of tables and figures in journal articles makes these objects searchable. Researchers can go straight to graphical data within papers to more quickly establish its relevance.