The Archie Carr Center for Sea Turtle Research (ACCSTR) at the University of Florida has developed the "Sea Turtle Online Bibliography." This online bibliography includes all aspects of sea turtle biology, conservation and management. Citations are from recognized bibliographic sources as well as "grey literature." (http://accstr.ufl.edu/resources/online-bibliography/)
Covers the scientific, natural, agricultural resources of the south Florida environment. Produced as a tool for researchers, educators, students, decision makers, information professionals, and anyone else interested in Everglades research, restoration or resource management.
Aquatic Resources including over 5,000 serial publications, books, reports, conference proceedings, translations and limited distribution literature. Also called ASFA: Aquatic Sciences & Fisheries Abstracts
Marine biotechnology, molecular biology, and molecular genetics. Input to ASFA is provided by a growing international network of information centers monitoring over 5,000 serial publications, books, reports, conference proceedings, translations and limited distribution literature. ASFA is a component of the Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Information System (ASFIS), formed by four United Nations agency sponsors of ASFA and a network of international and national partners.
Marine and freshwater aquaculture abstracts. Aquaculture-related information focuses on studies related to improving and augmenting aquatic yields. The records included provide comprehensive information on cultivating marine, freshwater and brackish water species.
Indexes 900+ international scholarly journals and other publications in physical and chemical oceanography and limnology, marine geophysics, geochemistry and geology, marine technology, ocean policy, and nonliving resources.
All aspects of marine, freshwater, and brackish water organisms and environments are examined, including information on biology and ecology of aquatic organisms, exploitation of living resources, and related legal, policy, and socioeconomic issues.