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South Asia Open Archives (SAOA)
"South Asia Open Archives is a free open-access resource for research and teaching - a rich and growing curated collection of key historical and contemporary sources in arts, humanities and social sciences, from and about South Asia, in English and other languages of the region."
South Asian Newspapers [via NewsBank]

Searchable 19th and 20th century newspapers from South Asia. Featuring titles from India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

Tags: News
South Carolina Newspaper Collection, 1732-1780 (via Accessible Archives)

Includes The South Carolina Gazette, 1732-1775; The South Carolina & American General Gazette, 1764-1775; The South Carolina Gazette & Country Journal, 1765-1775; The Gazette of the State34 of South-Carolina, 1777-1780

Coverage: 1732-1780
South China Morning Post (Hong Kong, 1903-1941,1945-2001 [via ProQuest]
NOTE: Available through Spring 2022. This newspaper is among a group of resources that are available for a limited time. Some of them will become a permanent part of the UCDavis library collections based on interest and use. This resource contains several different, overlapping titles.
Southern Life, Slavery, and the Civil War [via ProQuest History Vault] [via ProQuest]
NOTE: Available through April, 2022. This is one of 6 groups of modules that are available for a limited time. Some of the individual modules will become a permanent part of the UCDavis library collections based on interest and use.-------------This resource consists of 6 modules pertaining to Southern Law, Industry, Slavery and the Slave Trade, Plantation records in the long 19th Century as well as Confederate and Union War materials and Reconstruction.
Species under CITES Protection

CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) is an international agreement between governments. Its aim is to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival.

Roughly 5,000 species of animals and 28,000 species of plants are protected by CITES against over-exploitation through international trade. They are listed in the three CITES Appendices. The species are grouped in the Appendices according to how threatened they are by international trade. They include some whole groups, such as primates, cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises), sea turtles, parrots, corals, cacti and orchids. But in some cases only a subspecies or geographically separate population of a species (for example the population of just one country) is listed.

SPIE Digital Library
Provides access to full-text papers from SPIE proceedings and journals.

The SPIN database (Searchable Physics Information Notices) provides the most current indexing and abstracting of major American and Russian physics and astronomy journals.

SPORTDiscus [via EBSCO]
SPORTDiscus is the world's leading database in sport, health, fitness and sports medicine. SportDiscus has over 1.7 million qualified references from thousands of international periodicals, books, e-journals, conference proceedings, theses, dissertations, and websites that focus on different areas involving sport, including: sport sciences, engineering, psychology, administration, sociology, history, coaching, training, physical education, physical fitness, health and recreation.
Coverage: 1800-Present
Tags: Athletics, Health, Physical Fitness, Sports Medicine