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UF's Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences (EES) with the Department of Civil & Coastal Engineering (CCE) comprise the UF Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure & Environment. EES + CCE = ESSIE
Essential to specialists who deal in any capacity with aquatic environments and marine pollution problems, including biologists, oceanographers, limnologists, environmental engineers and scientists, industrial engineers, waste managers, corporate regulatory affairs managers and government officials.
Extensive coverage of research on aquatic organisms for scientists researching the world's living aquatic resources. Marine, freshwater and brackish water organisms and environments are examined, including biology and ecology of aquatic organisms, and legal, policy and socioeconomic issues.
Assembles the findings from investigations on increased production of seafood, in the development of new therapeutic drugs, in the engineering of microbes that digest and remove environmental and marine pollutants and in launching myriad ventures having immense economic benefit.
Coverage of the international serial and non-serial literature for research in civil, earthquake, environmental, mechanical, transportation engineering, forensic engineering, engineering services, education, theoretical mechanics and dynamics, mathematics/computation, design, construction, and latest technological developments.
Create a bibliography or keep track of your citations using RefWorks. To register for an account, you must have a GatorLink username and password, and either be on-campus or connected to the UF network via the VPN or the proxy.
Citation Analysis: Measuring Influence & Impact of Research
Ever wonder where to publish your work? Is the journal highly ranked in your discipline? Check out this research guide "Citation Analysis: Measuring the Influence and Impact of Research." If you would like to schedule a workshop on how to use science library databases for citation analysis, including finding the number of times your articles have been cited, please contact me.