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Research guide linking to subscription and open-access journals and databases, by type and content.
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  • Search Everything!
    Comprehensive literature search portal: find books and articles in the SDZG Library collections and beyond; download or request full text PDFs; available on SDZG networked computers
  • Search by Journal
    Search or browse A-Z list of journals with full-text access; search within a selected journal; available on SDZG networked computers
  • Journal List — SDZG Library
    Alphabetical list of journals, newsletters, and magazines available through the San Diego Zoo Global Library, with years, issues, links to online content. Note: these pages will be retired in 2017; please try our new Search by Journal service.
  • Academic Search Complete (ASC)
    Search a large multidisciplinary database of scholarly articles, reports, proceedings; download full-text; available on SDZG networked computers
  • BioOne
    Search a database of scholarly articles in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences; download full-text; available on SDZG networked computers
  • Birds of North America
    View information on the identification, distribution, and natural history of 716+ North American bird species; available on SDZG networked computers
  • Google Scholar
    Search a comprehensive, up-to-date bibliographic database of scholarly articles; multidisciplinary; view citations; some free full-text
  • Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia
    Online version of the revised 2003 edition; includes supplements Evolution (2011) and Extinction (2013); available on SDZG networked computers
  • Handbook of the Birds of the World (HBW) Alive
    View the entire 17-volume HBW print encyclopedia online with extra content; available on SDZG networked computers (login required — contact the SDZG Library for username and password)
  • JSTOR Biological Sciences Archival Collection
    Search a database of scholarly articles in the biological sciences; strong in ecology, evolutionary biology, plant and animals sciences, paleontology, and conservation; download full-text for all but recent years; available on SDZG networked computers
  • NCBI (Entrez) biomedical databases
    Databases maintained by the National Center for Biotechnology Information: literature (some free full-text), health, genome, gene, protein, chemical
  • PubMed
    Bibliographic database of biomedical and veterinary literature; 24+ million citations, some free full-text
  • Science.gov
    Database of U.S. government scientific publications; free full-text
  • U.C. Davis biological & agricultural databases
    Portal to U.C. Davis subscription databases of scholarly articles in the life sciences, health sciences, and agriculture; download full-text; restricted to SDZG veterinary staff (login required)

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