Information Literacy Resources
Archives and Special Collections
MARB (Marine Biology)
Index of agricultural literature created by the National Agricultural Library and cooperators. Encompasses all aspects of agricultural disciplines: animal sciences, entomology, plant sciences, aquaculture/fisheries, etc. Primarily focused on US agriculture.
Digital repository covering the natural marine, estuarine /brackish and fresh water environments. Includes economic, sociological, legal, and all other aspects of the science, technology, management and conservation of these environments, their organisms and resources.
Basic & applied research, law & policy concerning aquatic organisms, aquaculture, aquatic & marine environments, & oceanography. Includes: ASFA 1; ASFA 2; ASFA 3; ASFA Aquaculture Abstracts; ASFA Marine Biotechnology Abstracts.
Digital library providing free and open access to the historical literature of taxonomy and biodiversity. In partnership with the Internet Archive and through local digitization efforts, the BHL has digitized millions of pages of taxonomic literature, representing tens of thousands of titles and nearly 100,000 volumes of legacy content.
Collection of full texts of various research journals in biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. Subject areas covered by this resource are: biochemistry, biology, ecology, environment studies, geosciences, sciences and technology.
Comprehensive citation index in life sciences research. Combines journal content from Biological Abstracts ® with supplemental, non-journal content from Biological Abstracts/RRM ® (Reports, Reviews and Meetings). Covers all life science areas, including agriculture, biochemistry, biomedicine, biotechnology, botany, ecology, environmental sciences, genetics, microbiology & pharmacology. Indexes over 6000 journals, serials and conference proceedings.
Collection of articles, reports, books, maps, charts, photographs, videocassettes, and all publications of the Galveston Bay Estuary Program. Resources are housed at the Galveston Bay Information Center, located in the Jack K. Williams Library at TAMU-Galveston.
Literature of marine biology and physical oceanography, fisheries, aquaculture, non-living resources, meteorology and geology, plus environmental, technological, and legislative topics.
The Marine Species Identification Project is an interactive web-based collection of photographs and information on marine species found off the Texas coast. This web site is photo-based using whole-fish and close-up photos of features useful in identification.The purpose is of this guide is to provide detailed photos and descriptions to aid in the correct identification of individual organisms. Each species is represented by one or more photographs and brief descriptions of habitat, distinguishing characteristics, differences with similar species, maximum sizes, meristics, common and scientific names and families, and any other interesting or pertinent information.
The world's most comprehensive index to zoological literature. Records cover every aspect of zoology, including biochemistry, behavior, ecology evolution, genetics,etc.