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Core Database

  • Meteorological & Geoastrophysical Abstracts
    Meteorological & Geoastrophysical Abstracts (MGA) contains records drawn from the World's literature on meteorology, climatology, atmospheric chemistry and physics, astrophysics, hydrology, glaciology, physical oceanography and environmental sciences. MGA is produced by the American Meteorological Society and is published by CSA.

A sometimes helpful database... Google Scholar

This database can sometimes be helpful in finding more sources on a topic.  One advantage of this database is that it links back to articles in the TAMU Libraries' databases.  So, in the event that an artilce is available in our library databases, follow the links that read, 'Find text @ TAMU'.

Find Theses & Dissertations (T&Ds)


  • Proquest Dissertations & Theses Full Text Global  Icon
    Includes non-A&M and A&M T&Ds
    (When the full text is not available, request through Get It For Me)
  • Compendex & Inspec
    These two databases also index dissertations. Change the drop down menu from "all document types" to "dissertations"
  • WorldCat
    Most libraries catalog their theses & dissertations (T&Ds). Search WorldCat to find T&Ds located in libraries worldwide.

Find A&M Theses & Dissertations (T&Ds)

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You'll occasionally discover articles, books, conference proceedings and more that Texas A&M Libraries does not own.  When you do, take advantage of this great service!!


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