News and General Interest

BLM Alaska Frontiers - full text

Conservation Magazine - full text

The Economist - full text

Environment magazine - mostly full text, some abstracts only

Greenwire - tables of content only

High Country News - mostly full text, some previews only

Land Letter - full text; was absorbed by Greenwire

My Public Lands (BLM magazine) - full text

National Geographic magazine - full text

National Parks magazine - full text; older issues available via Google Books

National Wildlife magazine - full text; archives sorted by subject rather than date

Nature - tables of content and abstracts with select full text

Our Public Lands - not available online; contact the library for assistance

Public Lands News - tables of content online; contact the library to subscribe via e-mail

Science - full text with 5-year moving wall; issues within wall may be available (1 year after publication) via publisher with free account

Science News - full text

Scientific American magazine - tables of content and previews only

Sierra magazine (Sierra Club) - full text; earlier issues available via Ebsco

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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