Oil and Gas (fluid minerals)

AAPG Bulletin (American Association of Petroleum Geologists) - tables of content and abstracts only

Environmental Science and Technology - tables of content and abstracts only

Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry - tables of content and abstracts via the publisher's website; full text articles with a 12-month moving wall via Ebsco

Oil and Gas Journal - tables of content and previews online; contact the library to receive full text via e-mail

Petroleum News - previews and select full text; full text with free account

Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Journal - indices by subject, author, and article but no access to articles; contact the library for assistance


Most of these resources are available only to BLM employees, per our subscription agreements, and will authenticate automatically based on IP address. Many of the titles listed here also are held in print form in the BLM Library. For journals available online, we have noted whether access is full-text or limited to tables of content and abstracts. Access to some titles is controlled by the publisher; click to learn more about the "moving wall." Please read our copyright advisory.

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Trans-Alaska pipeline, BLM-Alaska

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