A SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REFERENCE SOURCES
An annotated bibliography of Islamic science
Since 1943 the Bibliography of Systematic Mycology () has provided a survey of the literature encompassing the biodiversity, classification, distribution, evolution, identification, nomenclature, phylogeny, systematics and taxonomy of fungi (including those groups traditionally treated as fungi but now better classified in other kingdoms). The provides full bibliographic details of relevant literature from books, conference proceedings, monographs and serials arranged under broad taxonomic categories, with author and generic indexes, and is published twice a year, cumulating into a volume over five years. Some 1500-2000 items per annum give comprehensive cover of both the pure and applied systematic mycological literature, from the level of kingdom right down to population. Book reviews and notices are also included. A back-file of these records covering the period from 1986 is now searchable on-line using genus or author names. The editor () would be grateful to receive notice of any significant omissions and also welcomes copies of publications for future inclusion.
Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS) - University of Michigan
The Bibliography of Arizona Geology (AZGeoBib) comprises more than 13,000 citations of geologic studies from throughout Arizona. The citation record goes back to A.D. 1848! () AZGeoBib is outfitted with a robust, multidimensional search engine that when used appropriately is a powerful literature research tool; when used inappropriately, well….
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