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See these LinkedIn Learning videos for advice on software and tools suggested by other PhD students that you can use to plan and keep track of your progress on your PhD research.
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Look for papers in literature databases and ask library staff if you need a recommendation on which database is best for your topic area.
Try using the alerting features in the Table of Contents services listed on our databases page to keep track of the articles featured in the latest issue.
Set up alerts for new papers on your topic in WoS, Scopus, other databases or Google Scholar.
Open access repositories for oceanography and earth science research literature and publications
Ocean and Earth Science Team at the National Oceanographic Library
Contact: send email
Academic Engagement Librarians:
Karen Rolfe (Part time: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday)
Sarah Glaccum (Part time: Monday am, Thursday, Friday)
Research Engagement Librarian: