ChanneLIS : a unique scientific bibliographic database on the English Channel

  • library records from 1841 until now
  • more than 8000 records
  • 7 geographical areas
  • A free access database

ChanneLIS (Channel Library and Information Services) is a bibliographic database providing scientific information on the Channel area. ChanneLIS lists documents that are largely excluded from usual databases. It includes PhD theses, dissertations, reports and books... that constitute "grey literature" available in the libraries of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom in Plymouth and of the Sation biologique de Roscoff in France. ChanneLIS makes available little-known documents for the use of :

  • scientists working in the field of marine sciences in the Channel area;
  • practitioners in the maritime sector and decision makers using scientifc data.

To date, the database contains more than 8,000 library records from 1841 until now in varied scientific domains:

  • biology of algae,
  • aquaculture
  • pollution
  • fisheries
  • marine physics
  • etc.

Exemples of library records

Notice numberOriginTitle Publishing yearShelfmarkAuthors
67051MBAThe English Channel Seas at the millennium: An environmental evaluation. Volume I. Regional chapters: Europe, The Americas and West Africa2000BE.1/STappin A. D.,Reid P. C.,Sheppard C. R. C.
66827MBAHelford River survey. Eelgrass (Zostera spp.) Project. 1995-19982000BH.15/HSutton A.,Tompsett P. E.
64688MBAThe integration of fisheries management and marine wildlife conservation1998SE.I/Gb.48Symes D.
62908MBAThe Southampton Oceanography Centre and the legacy of the Challenger expedition1996SU.I/Gb.13Summerhayes C. P.,Hamilton N.