As the independent statistical agency within the Department of Transportation (D0T), the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) is a politically objective supplier of trusted and statistically-sound baseline, contextual, and trend information used to shape transportation policy, investments, and research across the US and abroad.
The United States Census Bureau is responsible for the Census of Population and Housing. It also gathers other national demographic and economic data. As part of the United States Department of Commerce, the Census Bureau serves as a leading source of data about America’s people and economy.
The 1990 and 2000 decennial census boundary files available here are selected generalized extracts from the Census Bureau’s TIGER geographic database and are designed for use in a Geographic Information System (GIS) or similar mapping system. The cartographic boundary files on this site are available in ARC/INFO EXPORT (.e00) format, ArcView Shapefile (.shp) format, and ARC/INFO Ungenerate (ASCII) format. These are the boundary files without the demographic data in the attribute tables. Tabular data may be downloaded from American Factfinder (http://factfinder2.census.gov/) and used in conjunction with the boundary files.
The Readex/Newsbank U.S. Congressional Serial Set (1817-1980) has full text Congressional committee reports and documents originally published in the Serial Set from the 15th through the 96th Congresses, 1817-1980. Also includes the American State Papers (a retrospective collection of materials originating from 1789 through 1838 but published in the second quarter of the 19th century). The U.S. Congressional Serial Set is the bound, sequentially numbered set of volumes of all the Reports, Documents and Journals of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. Many early agency reports were published originally in congressional editions. The Serial Set constitutes an incomparably rich collection of primary source material on all aspects of American history and government.
U.S. Declassified Documents OnlineThe collection is the most comprehensive compilation of declassified documents from the executive branch. The types of materials include intelligence studies, policy papers, diplomatic correspondence, cabinet meeting minutes, briefing materials, and domestic surveillance and military reports. The collection editors have actively monitored the release of formerly classified documents from presidential libraries. They have also added numerous major releases of declassified documents from the Department of State, Department of Defense, Central Intelligence Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and other executive agencies.
Suggested resources published by the U.S. government for research in U.S. history, including online indexes and abstracts and major print collections. Focus is on primary source materials published by U.S. government agencies and by the U.S. congress.
U.S. Political Stats contains over 225,000 data series–or data measures over time about people, places, and policies–across 10 distinct political science data categories, aligned with a typical political science curriculum. The data series span as far back as 1982, and are updated on a timely basis in accordance with the collection and publication schedules of original sources. Detailed source information, with links where applicable, is provided for every data series.
Online version of this 3-volume encyclopedia provides “detailed comparative essays on major biomes and their component ecosystems. Includes entries on land biomes and water biomes and covers climate, elevation, soil, water bodies, vegetation, animal life, food web, plant and animal adaptations, endangered species, human effects on the biome and the effects of the environment on humans’ culture and economy.”
Provides information on UC Berkeley’s extensive film and video resources, as well as useful film studies bibliographies by subject.
Includes a wide array of information about the university.
This catalog allows one to search and explore the UC Davis Library collections. It contains records describing our extensive print and electronic holdings, and can be used (in Browse mode) as an inventory list of what we own or to what we provide access. Note: While our Journal collection is listed here, the articles in our journals are not listed.
Housed in King Hall, the UC Davis Mabie Law Library was founded with the UC Davis Law School in 1966. The Library contains over 290,000 volumes of books in over eight miles of shelving, over 150,000 volume-equivalents of microforms, and has access to a number of proprietary online databases. The collection includes the basic sources of United States, British, Canadian, and Australian law, as well as International law.
PLEASE NOTE: Law Library materials are NOT included in the Library Catalog. Please search MORT, the UCD Law Library Catalog, to locate any legal-related materials in the forensic sciences areas.