Arctic science and technology information system
Arctic Science and Technology Information System, Canadian Arctic, northern studies, physical geography, remote sensing
ASTIS offers over 83,000 records that provide freely available access to publications, including research and research projects, about Canada’s north. This database is a product of the Arctic Institute of North America at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada which also maintains subsidiary regional, subject, and initiative-based databases. The subsidiary databases are all housed within and accessible through the main ASTIS database. Examples of the smaller databases include: ArcticNet Publications Database, the Nunavik Bibliography, and the Northern Granular Resources Bibliographic Database. ASTIS offers the ability to browse through its access points, including its own thesauri, thus permitting users to select and use a variety of free-text and controlled search terms.
Duffy, J. (2021) Arctic Science and Technology Information System. The Charleston Advisor: Critical Reviews of Web Products for Information Professionals. 23(2) October 2021. https://doi.org/10.5260/chara.23.2.5
All Rights Reserved