BioOne.2 (Trial)

This trial will end 30 June 2014

BioOne is a global, not-for-profit collaboration bringing together scientific societies, publishers, and libraries to provide access to critical, peer-reviewed research in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences.  The Library already subscribes to the BioOne.1 collection of journals and for 3 months we have access to an additional 85 titles from 65 publishers in the BioOne.2 collection.

The full collection of BioOne journals are available together on the same platform.  Many of the journals included in BioOne.2 have not been previously available online.  A list of journal titles in BioOne.2 is available here.

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  1. Posted May 2, 2014 at 1:02 am | Permalink

    Sought and found:

    Massimo Olmi and Claire Villemant
    Les Dryinidae (lnsecta, Hymenoptera, Chrysidoidea) du Vanuatu et
    des îles du Pacifique

    Zoosystema, 31(3):691-705. 2009.

    Very grateful to have access as alternate site in French and couldn’t work out it and its ‘cookies’.

    Had a v frustrating day as many entomological refs not included on Uni website – and we have become very demanding as ‘infovores’ – the days of trawling hardcopy gone.

    Especially missing from E-journal search electronically were many less well-known publications of museums, societies etc and foreign language and related publications – even though had info of regional significance.

    eg – appreciate some v ‘small’ – but how might this general issue be addressed to increase our efficiency?
    Records of the Auckland Museum
    Frustula Entomologica Nuova Serie
    Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute
    Phytophaga
    Annals of the Entomological Society of America – incomplete
    Bulletin of the Hawaiian Sugar Planters’ Association Experiment Station
    Bollettino di Zoologia agraria e di Bachicoltura
    Atti dei Convegni Lincei
    Zootaxa

    NB
    Did of course find much other of that sought.

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