CSA Illumina is designed to provide a simple, more user-friendly
approach to searching for novice users while maintaining
powerful options for users who require them. The interface
provides access to more than 100 databases published by
CSA and its publishing partners.
Illumina provides access to more than 100 full-text and
bibliographic databases published by CSA and its publishing
- Arts & Humanities
- Natural Sciences
- Social Sciences
New Discovery Guide
Penguins: Promoting Polar Awareness While Melting Our Hearts
Listing of Discovery Guides
Illustrata: Leadership in Deep Indexing
the most important and innovative indexing advancement in
over 30 years, Illustrata provides web-based
access to indexed tables, figures, maps, graphs, charts
and other images contained in scholarly articles. This unique
tool provides researchers precision, efficiency, and relevance
in the data discovery process. The first database in the
family, Illustrata: Natural Sciences,
includes tables and figures from more than 3,460 journals
from prominent publishers resulting in more than 4.7 million
indexed images. The recently released Illustrata:
Technology includes tables and figures from
more than 2,720 journals from prominent publishers resulting
in more than 4.4 million indexed images. Click
here to find out more.
Deep Indexing Coverage Added to Selected Databases
ProQuest has enhanced subscriptions to selected natural science and technology databases with access to complementary, supplemental Deep Indexing.
These supplemental Deep Indexing databases will be searched along with the traditional A&I file so that users retrieve a more robust, relevant results set.
Deep Indexing captures and categorizes data, variables and other content represented in tables, maps, photographs and other figures which are typically embedded in scholarly publications and previously undiscoverable when searching publications.
Database list and additional information.
AtmosPeer Now Available...
AtmosPeer is a research tool designed specifically for researchers, faculty, librarians & students in the atmospheric science community. AtmosPeer provides:
- A central source of news in the atmospheric sciences
- Current lists of conferences, scholars, and funding
- Capability to search recent research in the MGA collection - a product developed in partnership between AMS and ProQuest
- Social Networking - find, evaluate and initiate contact with new people. Share documents and receive feedback and collaborate on research
More about AtmosPeer.