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Science & Environment
Dirāsāt Islāmīya Muʿāṣira = Contemporary Islamic Studies Magazine
Scientific journal published by the Faculty of Islamic Sciences / University of Karbala Research is concerned with the science academy in the jurisdiction of the Quran and the Arabic language and literature for the purposes of promotion of scientific and well-known experts adopt in Iraq for the purpose of evaluating the research are published in it.
Ignaz Goldziher's Correspondence Archive
An online database of over 13000 letters in the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
IPI: Indonesian Publication Index
The Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science Indonesia Section (IAES) Indonesia Section supported by IAES initiated the establishment of Indonesian Publication Index (formerly Portal Garuda Indonesian Publication Index) in 2012. The Indonesian Publication Index (IPI) is designed for browsing, indexing, abstracting, monitoring and improving the standard of scholarly publications in Indonesia. It is estimated that there will be over 2000 Indonesian journals for inclusion in the IPI database. The contents are very important to be made visible globally, so that Indonesian academics and researchers can be identified his/her expertise, areas of possible collaboration, stimulate use and citations. IPI is today"s premier information discovery channel for Indonesian in the engineering, sciences & social sciences, arts and humanities. In a single web-based interface which is easy to use and comprehensive, Indonesian academics and researchers can get access to today"s most integrated articles content. Also, well organized user interfaces with user friendly and vibrant designs attract more attention of the users. Hyperlinked records and full-text links give researchers meaningful results through a more comprehensive view of the information. Besides this, IPI will provide "Indonesian Publication Reports (IPR)", an evaluation report on Indonesian journals. Newly suggested journals will be reviewed by the independent and international IAES content selection board (CSB) on a continuous basis.
The Center for Islamic Sciences (CIS) is dedicated to the promotion of research and diffusion of knowledge on all aspects of Islam. CIS encourages a creative exploration of natural and human sciences from the Islamic worldview, critical integration of contemporary disciplines into the framework of traditional Islamic thought and learning, and a renewed and rigorous link with the intellectual tradition of Islam. CIS supports activities aimed at enhancing our religious and scientific understanding of nature and the human condition. The Center recognizes an underlying unity of all branches of knowledge as stemming from and anchored in Unicity of God (tawhid), the most fundamental principle of Islamic ontology and epistemology. Seen from this perspective, the entire manifest world, from the lowest to the highest levels, is recognized as an integrated and interconnected system. CIS recognizes this cosmic hierarchical structure, with its underlying unifying principle of tawhid, and operates within the epistemological framework of the Qur’an.
The Marsh Arabs Heritage Project
Website and project both appear to be dead.
The marshes of southern Iraq constitute a unique environment, and are of considerable environmental, cultural and economic importance. They have existed for hundreds of thousands of years and have, in the past, covered a significant area of southern Iraq. Their presence has brought numerous benefits to region, including cooling the local climate, providing irrigation and improving the fertility of the land. They have been a haven for plant and animal life.
Biannual scientific journal on the southern Iraqi marshlands produced by AMAR ICF in collaboration with the College of Science and the Marine Science Center, University of Basrah.
The Middle East Water Collection
The Middle East Water Collection provides access to roughly 9000 items on political, socio-economic, demographic, and legal issues of water in the Middle East. Materials include data, books, journal and newspaper articles, and documents published in the Middle East, Europe, and North America originating from a variety of publishers and national and multinational agencies and organizations.