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Materials Science Resources

The following are selected resources that are available at Fogler Library or on the Internet. If you have questions about finding information related to Materials Science, please contact the Science and Engineering Center at 581-1691 or email Martin Wallace. Or use our Ask a Librarian service.

Table of Contents
Indexes & Databases for Locating Journal Articles Selected Internet Sites
News Sources & Newspaper Indexes Professional Societies & Research Organizations
Library Catalogs Maine Organizations
Grant & Funding Sources Technical and Statistical Data
e-Journals Graduate School, Postdoctoral Studies, Careers, Jobs, & Internships
Handbooks, Manuals, & Other Reference Works Citation Guides, Writing Manuals & Evaluation Criteria
Standards & Specifications Company & Product Directories
Patents  

Indexes & Databases

Use these databases to locate citations or full text for journal articles, conference papers, technical reports and theses. Once you have located relevant articles, search URSUS by journal or book title to determine if Fogler Library owns the item. We may own journals in print or online or both formats. Need to check the record listed as Serials (for print holdings) and E-Serials (for electronic holdings). Must click on the "Restricted Access UM" link to see the online holdings. If we do not own the item you need, consider requesting through Interlibrary Loan. Remember most of the articles listed in these databases cannot be located by using a regular web browser such as Google. These databases provide the means to locating scholarly research articles.

Tips for Searching:

  • Use truncation to allow for the various spellings of a word. Truncation symbol for most databases is the * (asterisk). For example: Comput* will retrieve: computer, computing, computers, computational, etc.
  • Use double quotes to search for an exact phrase: "fiber reinforced" will retrieve much more precise results. Searching without quotes in most databases yields a search for - fiber and reinforced. Finds the words anywhere in the same record not as a phrase.
  • Check the length of the article. Would probably not want to pursue articles under 3 pages unless you are looking for news items to gather information on companies or research labs making news.
  • Use synonyms and acronyms to make your search more comprehensive. Link synonyms with 'or' operator. For example: fiber reinforced plastic* or fibre reinforced plastic* or frp*
  • Link concepts with the 'and' operator. Use parentheses to group synonyms together when using one search box. For example: (glued-laminated beam* or glulam* or wood laminat*) and (bridge* or girder* or deck panel* )
  • When you have located some relevant articles, review the abstract and subject headings of these records. Utilize subject headings for more precise results. Most databases you can click on a subject heading for a new search and then refine this new search with additional keywords.
  • Utilize the bibliography at the end of relevant research papers to expand your list of resources. Some of these references may have errors. It has been found that 20% of the references cited will have an error.
  • Utilize relevant research papers and use citation searching through the Web of Science database to locate more recent papers that have cited this older paper. Can also utilize Google and Scirus to search the full-text of research articles to find additional references. Great way to bring your research results more up-to-date and locate new terminology for searching.

Most relevant databases:

  • Compendex (Engineering Index). Coverage is 1970 - Present. The best multidisciplinary engineering database that indexes over 5000 engineering journals, conferences and technical reports. Use their subject headings to obtain more precise results. Access is provided by the following indexes: author, author's affiliation (university or company), keywords from the abstract and title, subject terms and source title (journal or conference title). Compendex is part of the Engineering Village. This service also provides specialized indexing of the Internet, a technical standards database, and a link to the U.S. Patent Database. Print copy at Sci Index TA1.E6, 1884 - 1995.
  • TAPPI e-Library. Provides unlimited access to over 20,000 documents from 1990 to the present including conference proceedings, technical papers, TAPPI Journal articles, Paper360º articles, archived Solutions! articles, and more. The TAPPI e-Library covers every area of the pulp and paper industry and is a powerful resource for keeping up with industry developments, researching solutions to problems and challenges, learning about leading edge technologies and business strategies.
  • ASCE Library. The most extensive resource for civil engineering research and application-oriented content, with full text technical and professional articles from 34 ASCE Journals (1983 to the present), more than 340 Conference Proceedings, and more than 300 DRM-free E-books and Standards encompassing all civil engineering content areas, including construction, structures, transportation, geotechnics, environment, water resources, and civil engineering practice. For coverage prior to 1983, The Civil Engineering Database covers bibliographic records of ASCE documents published back to 1958, including journals, conference proceedings, books, standards, manuals, magazines, and newsletters. Fogler Library also has the print copy of "Cumulative Index to ASCE Publications," 1950 - 1979: Sci Index TA1.A53.
  • Forest Products Abstracts. Coverage from 1978 to present. Part of CAB Direct.
    Index to all aspects of the forest products literature including wood properties, timber extraction, conversion, and measurement, damage, utilization, veneers, composite boards, laminated products, the pulp industry, and marketing and trade economics. See the Search Tips in the CAB Direct Help.
  • Forest Products Laboratory. Maintain database of online reports and journal articles. Full text for many online reports including Wood Handbook: Wood as an Engineering Material.
  • Forest Service Database. Reports and research from the U.S. Forest Service. Coverage back to 1904.
  • Proquest Digital Dissertations. Indexes dissertations and theses written by graduates of North American and European universities. The complete text of dissertations written at the University of Maine after 1996 is included.
  • Web of Science. Coverage is 1900 to present. Online version of Science Citation Index, Social Sciences Citation Index and Arts and Humanities Citation Index. Citation searching provides one method for bringing your list of references more up- to- date. Take your most important known papers and use this index to determine if they have been cited by more recent journal articles. They index over 8,500 journals but do not include technical reports, conference papers or theses.
  • WoodWire. FULL TEXT DATABASE. From Random Lengths Publications, Inc. News resources for the wood products industry. Also contains price, production, and trade data and merger and acquisitions news.
  • INSPEC. Coverage is 1969 - Present. Provides worldwide coverage of the research literature for the fields of physics, electrical engineering, electronics, computer hardware and software, control engineering and information technology. It is produced by the Institution of Electrical Engineers, Great Britain. Literature is reviewed from over 3,500 journals and 1,500 conference proceedings each year. Database is updated weekly. Searching in combination with Compendex is recommended and utilize the "Remove Duplicates" feature. INSPEC User Manual.

Additional useful databases:

  • ACS Journal Archives. Full Text of all ACS journals from volume 1 up until 5 years ago. Includes important titles: Chemistry of Materials, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Journal of Natural Products, Langmuir, and Macromolecules. Provides for locating a known citation or searching by author, keywords or the full text of the articles.
  • Academic Search Complete. PARTIAL FULL TEXT DATABASE. Provides full text for over 3,200 scholarly publications covering academic areas of study including social sciences, humanities, education, computer sciences, engineering, and mathematics. Good resource for a few basic articles on a topic. This database is designed for undergraduate research. For a more comprehensive search, search Academic Search Complete, Business Source Complete and Master File Premier at the same time. Select the Choose Databases link in the EBSCO interface to select multiple databases.
  • Building Materials by McGraw-Hill Sweet's. Comprehensive resource for products and services for the construction industry. Searchable by company name, trade name, product, or by one or more of 16 subject divisions, access is provided to detailed information about the product or company with direct links to company websites and product descriptions on those websites.
  • Chemical Abstracts. (Sci Index QD7.C44) Online access now available through SciFinder Scholar, 1907 to present. Software needs to be loaded on your computer to utilize SciFinder Scholar. We have a contract for just one user at a time but the service is available almost 24/7. This is the major indexing source for the worldwide chemical literature. Published by the American Chemical Society. Approximately 14,000 journals are monitored, plus patents, conference proceedings, and other types of literature.
  • Chemical Data Access Tool (CDAT). Use CDAT to find health and safety information submitted to EPA under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), including a broad range of health and safety information reported by industry under TSCA Sections 4,5, 8(d), and 8(e), unpublished, nonconfidential studies covering chemical testing results and adverse effects of chemicals on health and ecological systems, health and environmental effects information obtained through the High Production Volume (HPV) Challenge, and recently declassified confidential business information.
  • Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). Provides access to the full text of over 1100 free scholarly journals. Some journals are searchable at the article level. Also provides access by broad subject areas.
  • DTIC (Defense Technical Information Center) Scientific and Technical Information Network. Access to all unclassified, unlimited citations to documents added into DTIC from late December 1974 to present, many from 1998 to present in full text.
  • Fire Research Information Services (FRIS). FIREDOC database. PARTIAL FULL TEXT DATABASE. Made available by the Building and Fire Research Laboratory (BFRL), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). BFRL Publications since 1994 are available in full-text. FIREDOC indexes over 55,000 reports, articles and proceedings.
  • Georef. Coverage: 1785+ for North America and 1933+ for the rest of the world. Produced by the American Geological Institute, it covers geology and related disciplines including: geochemistry, geophysics, hydrology, mineralogy, and paleontology. Indexes over 3,500 journals as well as books, reports, theses and dissertations, maps, and conference proceedings and corresponds to the following print indexes: Bibliography and Index of North American Geology, Bibliography of Theses in Geology, Geophysical Abstracts, Bibliography and Index of Geology Exclusive of North America, and the Bibliography and Index of Geology. Updated monthly. Print copy located at Sci Index QE1.G2145
  • IEEE Xplore. IEEE Xplore is a searchable database which includes the 130+ journals published by the IEEE and IEE and also their conference proceedings and the current edition of IEEE standards. Indexing extends back to 1988 for all journals and conference proceedings and further back to 1950 for selected publications. Full text of IEEE journal articles is available for 1998 to present. Full text is not available through IEEE Xplore for the IEE journals or IEEE and IEE conference proceedings and standards. Check URSUS to determine our holdings of these publications. The database allows simple keyword and phrase searching or complex search queries employing a variety of operators. Tables of contents are available for browsing and there is also a useful alerting service. Register to have an email alert sent of the table of contents when a new issue is published. We have contracted for 5 simultaneous users.
  • MasterFILE Premier. PARTIAL FULL TEXT DATABASE. Provides full text for over 1,830 general reference, business, consumer health, general science. Full text extends back to January, 1990. Indexing and abstracts is available for an additional 1,000 journals. Contains full text of Forest Products Journal and Wood and Wood Products.
  • MathSciNet. Coverage is 1940 - Present. Searchable database of citations and abstracts of mathematical journal articles and books. It also includes full-text reviews of many of the articles. This is the electronic version of Mathematical Reviews (Sci Index QA 1 M7) and Current Mathematical Publications (shelved in Sci Periodicals). MathSciNet Guidebook. andMathSciNet Search Help.
  • MSDS Search - National Repository. FULL TEXT DATABASE. This site pulls together in one place a great many sites containing material safety data sheets. Large list of manufacturers is included.
  • NASA Technical Report Server (NTRS). This database collects, archives, and disseminates aerospace information produced by NASA and other relevant worldwide research.
  • National Technical Reports Library (NTRL). Provides indexing to a collection of more than 2.2 million historical (pre-1900) to current U.S. government-sponsored technical reports archived by the National Technical Information Service (NTIS). Over 700,000 documents are available in full-text format. Subject coverage includes engineering, computer science, transportation, medicine, biology, energy, communications, agriculture, and more.
  • Science Accelerator, Office of Scientific and Technical Information, U.S. Department of Energy. Search collections of DOE research results, project descriptions, and accomplishments. These collections enable you to find out about ongoing research projects, explore significant DOE discoveries, learn about DOE Nobel Prize Winners, access and search scientific e-prints, locate science conference papers and proceedings, patents, and more.
  • Science.gov 5.0. A free, integrated single-search gateway to reliable science and technology information from 17 organizations within 13 federal science agencies - access to over 200 million pages of scientific information.
  • Science Citation Index. Paper copy at Sci Index Q1.A1S36. Holdings are 1965 to present. An excellent multidisciplinary science information source which leads you to papers that cite a paper of interest, thus resulting in records for articles that you may not find using traditional subject or keyword searching. To learn how to use it, ask a Science and Engineering Center librarian. Online access is available through Web of Science.Coverage is 1900 to present.
  • ScienceDirect. FULL TEXT FOR UMAINE SUBSCRIBED JOURNAL TITLES ONLY (1800+). Online access to full text from 1995 for most titles. Sign up for automatic notification when new issues are published.
  • Virtual Technical Reports Center.Maintained by the University of Maryland Libraries. Links to institutions worldwide that provide full text and indexing to their reports, dissertations, reprints and preprints.

News Sources & Newspaper Indexes

  • EurekAlert. Service of the AAAS.
  • JEC Composites.com.Lists over 3000 companies. Also provides news and technology updates.
  • LexisNexis Academic. Worldwide coverage of newspapers, newsletters, and trade journals with good coverage of environmental and water resources issues.
  • Maine Newsstand. Indexes four Maine newspapers.
  • Materials360 Online. Published by the Materials Research Society.
  • New York Times Article Archive. 1851 - present. Full text of articles can be purchased online or use the microfilm collection in Fogler Library.
  • News on the Web - Archive. Provides links to U.S. and international newspaper archives that are searchable. Also has links to TV and radio broadcast archives.
  • ProQuest Newspapers. Full text of more than 500 U.S. and international news sources. Includes The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, and the Times of London, plus hundreds of other news sources and news wires. Years of coverage vary by title. Maine papers included: Bangor Daily News (1992+), Portland Press Herald (1995+), and selected business coverage from Maine Times (1994-2002) and Central Maine Morning Sentinel (1993-1997).
  • SciCentral. Gateway to the best scientific and engineering research news sources

LIBRARY CATALOGS

  • URSUS. University of Maine System catalog. Use the Request function to request items from other campuses. Items are sent to Orono and loaned for 4 weeks.
  • MaineCat. College and university libraries in Maine. Use the Request function to request items from other libraries. Items are sent to Orono and loaned for 4 weeks.
  • WorldCat. International catalog containing the holdings of over 8,000 libraries.
  • Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (CISTI) Catalog.

GRANT & FUNDING SOURCES

e-Journals

This is a very selective list. Check URSUS for our holdings in paper and electronic formats.

Dictionaries & Encyclopedias

  • ASM Materials Engineering Dictionary. (SciRef TA402.A86 1992)
  • Bartleby.com. Dictionaries, thesaurus, quotations, etc.
  • Construction Glossary. (SciRef TH9.S78 1993)
  • Dictionary of Composite Materials Technology. Online version of the CRC press dictionary with expended content.
  • Means Illustrated Construction Glossary. (SciRef TH9.M4 2000)

Handbooks, Manuals, & Other Reference Works

MATERIALS SCIENCE AND WOOD COMPOSITES

  • Access Science. Online version of the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology and the McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms. Includes over 8,500 online encyclopedia articles and 15,000 illustrations from the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology, 10th Edition and regularly updated, fully-searchable media-rich content, terms, images and video.
  • APA Engineered Wood Handbook. McGraw-Hill, 2002. (ORO Stacks TA666.A63 2002)
  • ASD: Allowable stress design: Manual for Engineered Wood Construction. American Forest and Paper Association. American Wood Council, 1999. (SciRef TH1111.A82 1999 main vol., guide 1- 4 and suppl. 1 - 6.)
  • ASM Engineered Materials Reference Book. 2nd ed. ASM International, 1994 (SciRef TA403. 4. A84 1994)
  • ASM Handbook. ASM International (SciRef TA459 .A5, multiple volumes).
  • ASM Metals Reference Book. 3rd ed. ASM International, 1993 (SciRef TA459. A78 1993)
  • American Wood Council. Wood Structural Design Data. 1986 edition with 1992 revisions.
  • Bilbao Crystallographic Server. Supplies crystallogrphic programs and databases using the International Table for Crystallography.
  • Composite Materials Handbook. Military Handbook: MIL 17. ASTM International. (SciRef TA418.9.C6C664 2002 vol.1-5) Compantion CD-ROM in the Media Resource Center.
  • Construction Materials Reference Book. Butterworth, 1992. (SciRef TA403.4.C66 1992)
  • Construction Materials: types, uses and applications. 2nd ed. Wiley, 1991. (SciRef TA403.H59 1991)
  • CRC Materials Science and Engineering Handbook. 3rd ed. CRC Press, 2001. (SciRef TA403.4.C74 2001) Contains thermal conductivity, tensile strength, yield strength, hardness, modulus of elasticity, corrosion rates, resistivity, etc.
  • Credo Reference (online). Over 3.2 million entries from more than 450 encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, guides, and atlases in all fields.
  • Design of Wood Structures - ASD.5th ed. By D. E. Breyer. McGraw-Hill, 2003. (ORO Stacks TA666.B473 2003)
  • Details of Conventional Wood Frame Construction. American Forest & Paper Association, 2001
  • Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology. Elsevier, 2001. (SciRef TA402.E53 2001 vol. 1 - 11)
  • Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. Ed. by H. Nalwa. American Scientific Pub., 2004. (SciRef T174.7E53 2004 vol. 1 - 10)
  • Engineered Wood Construction Guide. published by the APA-Engineered Wood Association, 2003. Sign up for free access.
  • Engineering Fundamentals (EFUNDA). Materials, Formulas, Mathematics, Processes and Design, Etc.
  • Engineering Plastics & Composites. 2nd ed. ASM International, 1993. (SciRef TP 1132.E54 1993) Lists plastic materials by their trade name and provides their chemical composition, manufacturer, process types and applications and its mechanical properties.
  • Engineering Properties and Structures. Collection of resources from the Forest Laboratory. U.S. Forest Service.
  • Fundamental Physical Constants. CODATA and NIST.
  • Handbook of Corrosion Data. ASM International, 1995. (SciRef TA462.H37 1995)
  • Handbook of Corrosion Engineering. McGraw-Hill, 2000. (ORO Stacks TA418.74.R63 2000)
  • Handbook of Wood Chemistry and Wood Composites. CRC Press, 2005. (ORO Stacks TS932.H36 2005)
  • Hybrid Wood and Steel Details. Builders Guide. HUD. 2003. Provides builders and framers with the necessary tools to construct hybrid wood and steel homes economically.
  • International Encyclopedia of Composites. VCH Publishers, 1990. (SciRef TA418.9.C6E53 1990, vol.1 - 6.)
  • Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology. 4th ed. John Wiley, 1991. (SciRef TP9.E685 1991) Starting to receive the 5th ed. John Wiley, 2004. (SciRef TP0/K54 2004) Excellent resource for students and researchers of all levels. Covers all areas of chemical technology and articles are written by experts in the field. General scientific and technical articles are included. Extensive bibliographies. May need to consult the 2nd and 3rd editions for some topics in the ORO stacks.
  • Manual of Steel Construction. 9th ed. AISC, 1995. (SciRef TA684.A5 1995)
  • MatWeb. Your Source for Materials Information. Materials property data.
  • Modern Plastics Handbook. McGraw-Hill, 2000. (SciRef TA455.P5M62 2000
  • NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards. Contains physical and chemical properties and exposure hazard information for several hundred chemicals that are common in the work environment.
  • NIST Chemistry WebBook. Contains spectral, thermochemical, thermophysical and energetics data.
  • NIST Data Gateway. Covers a broad range of substances and properties from many different scientific disciplines. U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology.
  • Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook. (SciRef TP151.P45) Comprehensive one volume data source for chemical engineers.
  • PGM Database. Comprehensive collection of physical, chemical and mechanical properties for the platinum metals group (Platinum, Palladium, Rhodium, Irridium, Osmium, and Ruthenium).
  • Plastics Engineering Handbook of the Society of Plastics Industry. 5th ed., Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1991. (SciRef TP1130.S58 1991)
  • Plastics Technology Handbook. 2nd ed. M. Dekker, 1993. Discussion focuses on characterisitics of polymer, fabrication and testing procedures and uses and applications for polymers. (SciRef TA455.P5C46 1993)
  • Plastics Technology: Processing Handbook and Buyer's Guide. 2000/2001. (SciRef TP1130.P5)
  • Polymer Data Handbook, 2nd ed. Oxford University Press, 2009. (TA455.P58 P675 2009)
  • Polymeric Materials Encyclopedia. CRC Press, 1996. (SciRef TP1110.P65 1996 vol. 1 - 12)
  • Riegel's Handbook of Industrial Chemistry. 10th ed. Kluwer Academic, 2003. (SciRef TP145.R54 2003)
  • Stainless Steels. ASM Specialty Handbook. ASM International. (SciRef TA479.S7S677 1994)
  • Timber Construction Manual, 5th ed. Wiley, 2005. (SciRef TA666.T47 2005)
  • Uhlig's Corrosion Handbook. 2nd ed. Wiley, 2000. (SciRef TA462.U4 2000)
  • Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. 6th ed, 2003. (SciRef TP9.U57 2003) 40 volumes.
  • Wood Frame Construction Manual. Design of Wood Frame Buildings for High Wind, Snow and Seismic Loadings. American Forest & Paper Association, 2004.
  • Wood Engineering and Construction Handbook 3rd ed. McGraw-Hill, 1997. (SciRef TA666.W63 1997)
  • Wood Engineering Handbook. 2nd ed. Forest Products Laboratory. (SciRef TA419.W78 2000) Good starting point for background information and list of references on a topic. Contains physical and mechanical properties of woods. (Note: 1st edition in ORO Stacks TA419.W66 1999) Online version at: http://www.fpl.fs.fed.us/products/publications/several_pubs.php?grouping_id=100&header_id=p
  • Wood Structural Design Data. 1986 edition with 1992 revisions. American Forest and Paper Association. (1986 ed. also in ORO Stacks TA666.W64 1986)

CIVIL ENGINEERING

  • Civil Engineering Handbook. 2nd ed. CRC Press, 2003. (SciRef TA151.C57 2003)
  • Civil Engineering Reference Book. (SciRef TA151.C58 1989)
  • Concrete Construction Engineering Handbook. (SciRef TA681.C743 1997)
  • CRC Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulae. 31st ed. CRC Press, 2003.(SciRef QA47.C17 2003)
  • Engineering Mathematics Handbook. (SciRef TA332.T85 1998)
  • Foundation Engineering Handbook. 2nd ed. VanNostrand Reinhold, 1991. (SciRef TA775.F675 1991)
  • Geotechnical and Foundation Engineering: Design and Construction. McGraw-Hill, 1999. (ORO Stacks TA705.D32 1999)
  • Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering Handbook. Kluwer Academic, 2001. (SciRef TA705.G427 2001)
  • Handbook of Applied Mathematics. (SciRef QA 40 H34)
  • Handbook of Civil Engineering Calculations. McGraw-Hill, 2000. (SciRef TA332.H53 2000)
  • Handbook of Coastal Engineering. McGraw-Hill, 2000. (SciRef TC205.H33 2000)
  • Handbook of Structural Engineering. (SciRef TA633.H36 1997)
  • Highway Engineering Handbook. 3rd ed. McGraw-Hill, 2009. (TE23 .H484 2009)
  • Human Factors Design Handbook (SciRef TA166.W57 1992)
  • Mathematics Handbook for Science and Engineering. (SciRef QA41.R34 1995)
  • McGraw-Hill Recycling Handbook. 2nd ed. McGraw-Hill, 2001 (SciRef TD794.5.M397 2001)
  • Roark's Formulas for Stress and Strain (SciRef TA407.2.R6 2001)
  • Sax's Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials. 10th ed. Wiley, 2000. (SciRef T55.3.H3L494 2000, v. 1-3)
  • Standard Handbook for Civil Engineers,5th ed. Ed. by Jonathan Ricketts. McGraw-Hill, 2004. (SciRef TA151.S8 2004)
  • Standard Handbook of Engineering Calculations. (SciRef TA332.S73 1995)
  • Standard Handbook of Environmental Engineering. 2nd ed. McGraw-Hill, 1999. (SciRef TD145.S72 1999)
  • Standard Handbook of Environmental Science, Health and Technology. McGraw-Hill, 2000. (SciRef GE123.S73 2000)
  • SubsTech. A free and open knowledge source on Materials Engineering. It contains a wide range of illustrated articles on metals, ceramics, polymers, composites and fluids including their properties, applications and technologies for their manufacture. Each article includes a list of useful links related to the article content. Users can create their own Expert page, edit the site content, add new articles and contribute to discussions.
  • Tables of Integrals, Series, and Products (SciRef QA55.G6613 2000)

Standards & Specifications

See the Engineering Standards and Specifications Guide for more information.

Indexes

Standards

PATENTS

SELECTED INTERNET SITES

Professional Societies & Research Organizations

MAINE ORGANIZATIONS

TECHNICAL AND STATISTICAL DATA

Graduate School, Postdoctoral Studies, Careers, Jobs, & Internships

CITATION GUIDES, WRITING MANUALS & EVALUATION CRITERIA

Company & Product Directories


Created by: Martin Wallace | Revised: 06/20/2014

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