Engineering and Architecture

AMBIO: A journal of the human environment - full text; older issues are available via JSTOR and most recent issues are available via Ebsco

Architect: The magazine of the American Institute of Architects - full text

BuildingGreen Bulletin - contact the library to receive by email

Environmental Building News - tables of content only online; contact the library for full text articles

Hydro Review - full text

Hydrological Science and Technology - tables of content only

International Water Power and Dam Construction - full text

Journal of Environment and Development - tables of content and abstracts only

Journal of Environmental Management - tables of content and abstracts only

Journal of Hydraulic Engineering - tables of content and abstracts only

Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering - tables of content and abstracts only; full text from 1995-present with a 12-month delay via Ebsco

Land and Water magazine - full text; limited archives

Mining Engineering - tables of content and abstracts only

River Research and Applications - full text from 1996; tables of content and abstracts only before 1996

Roads and Bridges magazine - full text

Successes in Stewardship (Federal Highway Administration newsletter) - full text

Lookout in the Table Rock Wilderness Area, BLM-Oregon

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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