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Online scientific publications

USyd crest

American Scientist
selected full papers, abstracts of all papers
Links to full papers relevant to NSW syllabus
Physics Education
selected full papers, abstracts of all papers
Links to papers relevant to NSW syllabus
Ecos
quarterly magazine from CSIRO on the science of sustainability in the environment and industry, full articles from current and archives issues are available online in pdf
Articles include
  • Is kangaroo really a more sustainable choice - Issue 145, 2008
  • The sun rises slowly for Australian solar - Issue 145, 2008
  • A view to our emissions reading scheme - Issue 144, 2008
  • Reading climate sugnatures in the Southern Oceans - Issue 144, 2008
  • Taking the pulse of Australia's oceans - Issue 144, 2008
  • Acid oceans - Issue 142, 2008
  • Seeing the wood for the trees; What to look for when purchasing carbon credits - Issue 140, 2008
  • Grey water recycling without buckets - Issue 139, 2007
  • Nanotube technology for energy efficient desalination - Issue 137, 2007
  • Using sewage and mining wastes to make land arable - Issue 137, 2007
  • Wave power push for new WA desalination plant - Issue 137, 2007
  • Piercing togther Australia's climate change picture - Issue 137, 2007
  • CAn etoads may spread beyond their 'natural' limits - Issue 136, 2007
  • Mercury threat from fluorescents propmts call for recycling laws - Issue 136, 2007
  • Loophole closed to keep out plant aliens - Issue 135, 2007
  • Spray -on protection reduces water loss - Issue 135, 2007
  • WA island for world's largest carbon storage project - Issue 134, 2007
  • The economic impacts of deep cuts to Australia's greenhouse emissions - Issue 134, 2007
  • Saving the life of farmland soils - Issue 134, 2007
  • Foreign problems in the desert landscape (introduce species) - Issue 134, 2007
  • WA's mining boom: where does it leave the environment? - Issue 133, 2006
  • The biofuels promise: updated thinking - Issue 133, 2006
  • Algae bioreactors that tackle CO2 emissions - Issue 133, 2006
  • Fossilised giant clams give high fidelity climate records - Issue 132, 2006
  • Researchers identify a likely carp control - Issue 132, 2006
  • Antarctic microbes clean up petroleum pollutants - Issue 131, 2006
  • Tip of the icebergs - Issue 131, 2006
  • The end of the beginning (mining and sustainable development) - Issue 131, 2006
  • Rivers reborn - Issue 130, 2006
  • Wood - another low carbon footprint solution - Issue 129, 2006
  • Success with Polish coal bed CO2 sequestration - Issue 128, 2006
  • The first cuts must be the deepest (Greenhouse Emissions) - Issue 128, 2006
  • Sound treatment for polluted sites - Issue 128, 2006
  • A voyage of discovery (deep sea ecosystems) - Issue 127, 2005
  • Medicinal Roots - Issue 113, October-December 2002
  • Managing Mimosa (biological control of weeds) - Issue 114, January-March 2003
  • Australia after Rabbits - Issue 116, July-September 2003
  • Siphoning the Sun (Solar power generation) - Issue 116, July-September 2003
  • Lessons on fire - Issue 117, October - December 2003
  • Terra satellite to track volcanic unrest - Issue 103, April-June 2000
New Scientist
access to current and archives issues by subscription only
 
Technology Today
a biennial publication of the Southwest Research Institute, Texas, USA
Articles include

The Scientist
subscription is necessary to access archived material from this online journal for life scientists
Sections include
  • Features
  • Research
  • Technology
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