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AsianLII provides for searching and browsing databases of legislation, case-law, law reform reports, law journals and other legal information, where available, from all 27 countries and territories in Asia . Over 140,000 cases from at least 15 countries, and over 15,000 pieces of legislation from at least 18 countries are searchable. For every country, AsianLII contains an extensive Catalog of law-related websites for that country, and a Law on Google facility assisting users to search Google only for legal materials from that country.
RMIT Publishing: This directory contains detailed information on Asia-related databases and search services which are accessible from Australia. The databases listed have a wide subject coverage and for the purposes of the database, Asia is defined as the Indian subcontinent, East Asia and Southeast Asia.
A global collaborative project which provides access in bibliographic and in hypertext terms to networked scholarly documents, resources and information systems concerned with or relevant to Asian Studies.
: Asia-Studies Full-Text Online is a database for the study of the modern Asia-Pacific. It brings together thousands of full-text reports covering 55 countries in Asia, Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands and the American Pacific Rim. Subject coverage include finance, trade, environment, human resources development, best practices in government, fisheries, tourism, education and women's studies. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.
Macbeth Genealogical Services: An index to ships bringing assisted immigrant to the Port Philip District of Victoria, 1836 to 1879. Does not include passengers only ships.
: The Atlas is a national collaboration between the CSIRO, Australian museums, herbaria and other biological collections and the Australian Government. It has been developed to provide more comprehensive and accessible information on Australia's biodiversity. It aims to enable anyone to locate, access and combine information on all aspects of Australian biodiversity, online. The information provided includes reference lists of species in different groups, databases of information on specimens held in natural history collections, databases of field observations from ecologists, naturalists and others, images and other multimedia, published literature, molecular data sets, identification keys and a wide range of other databases and web sites.
NSW Land and Property Information: Interactive atlas of New South Wales. Allows users to navigate around a digital map of NSW and explore maps of the Census 2006, Population, Heritage Sites, Agriculture, Elections, Crime and History.
RMIT Publishing: The Attorney-General's Information Service - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Subset (AGIS-ATSIS) is a subset of the AGIS database. AGIS is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published material on all aspects of law. The AGIS-ATSIS subset contains records that specifically relate to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Source documents include over 120 Australian, New Zealand and Pacific law journals, and selected articles from major law journals from the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Subject coverage deals with legal issues such as land rights, native title, customary law, Aboriginal deaths in custody, Aborigines in the criminal justice system, racial discrimination, indigenous intellectual property, and Aboriginal youth and juvenile justice. There are also records dealing with reconciliation and social policy and welfare issues related to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
American Geological Institute: AusGeoRef is a subset of the GeoRef database published by the American Geological Institute. It contains more than 170,000 bibliographic references to Australian geoscience literature and is regularly updated. References are drawn from journal literature, meeting proceedings and abstracts, books, reports and maps. References contain complete bibliographic information and URLs for documents published on the web.
IP Australia: Searchable database of Australian patents dating back to 1904. The full text of patent applications is available via the AusPat database, managed by IP Australia, the Australian Government agency that administers intellectual property (IP) rights and legislation relating to patents, trade marks, designs and plant breeder's right