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University of Cambridge DSpace Repository

DSpace logoDSpace@Cambridge, the institutional repository for the University of Cambridge, offers access to free full-text theses, lectures, datasets, and other research output from the University. Texts can be accessed via simple or advanced search. Browsing is available by Communities & Collections, Author, Title and Document Type. Fields of science covered include:

Added 10/31


USDA National Water & Climate Center

The USDA National Water & Data Center offers hydrological and climate monitoring information. Data
includes reports, maps, tables, and graphs related to:

USDA logoThe NWDC site also features publications in Word or PDF, as well as a Report Generator, allowing
custom reports that pull from multiple data sources.

Added 11/7


America Recycles Day – November 15

Sponsored by the US EPA, Thursday, November 15 is designated America Recycles Day. Its website,, contains information including:America Recycles Day logo

Additional resources include news, links, videos, federal and state agencies, and industry links related to

Added 11/13


ORCID Platform for Individual Researcher Identification

ORCID (pronounced “orchid”) is a registry of unique identifiers for researchers, which can be tracked
across various research activities, including:

ORCID logoRegistration for ORCID is free, and enables research collaboration across information systems, as well as national and institutional boundaries, providing a way for researchers to manage a record of their workflow. Your ORCID account can link to ResearcherID, which integrates with Web of Knowledge to track your times-cited counts and h-index, and allows you to manage your publication list via EndNote Web.

Added 11/19


Cambridge Launching Two New Mathematics OA Journals, Waives Fees

Cambridge University Press is introducing two new Open Access, peer-reviewed journals in mathematics, which will begin publication in early 2013. Forum of Mathematics, Pi is devoted to general topics in mathematics. Its sister publication, Forum of Mathematics, Sigma is devoted to more specialized topics, including:Cambridge University Press logo

Information regarding submission can be found on both publications’ websites. Cambridge is waiving
author charges for both journals, during the first three years of publication.

Added 11/28


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