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Marine Management

Resources related to graduate studies in the Marine Affairs Program. See also: Maritime Law Guide.

Key Journals

The literature of Marine Management can be found in a variety of academic journals. Database keyword searches will lead you to become familiar with some of the journals that are relevant to your topics.

Remember that some of the journal issues may be available electronically, while others may be available only in print, in one of the Dalhousie Libraries. A Novanet search for the journal title will help you to determine if the journal issue that you need is available at Dalhousie or at one of the other Novanet libraries.

If Dalhousie's Libraries do not have the journal issue and article that you need, you may wish to order the article from another Novanet library or via Document Delivery, a service which is offered free of charge to Dalhousie students and faculty.

Here are examples of just a few of the journal titles which are likely to contain material of importance to marine management students and researchers:

MAST

Dalhousie now subscribes to the print version of Maritime Studies (MAST), an interdisciplinary journal that focuses on maritime and coastal issues. It can be found on the 4th floor of the Killam Library at call number: GN 386 M371.   To take a look at the journal's past topics, see:

Proceedings of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science

Previously known as the Nova Scotian Institute of Natural Science, the Nova Scotian Institute of Science (NSIS) was founded in 1862; it is one of the oldest learned societies in Canada. Since 1863, the NSIS has published a scientific journal, now entitled The Proceedings of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science. Print volumes can be found in the Killam Library at call number: Q 21 N93 N9.

Most issues of the journal are available online at the links below:

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