Other Info: The AIMS library is one of the largest specialist marine science libraries in Australia. Our collections include around 12,000 books, 3,500 journal titles (print and online), maps, charts, aerial photographs, CD-ROMs, audio-visual materials and remote access online databases. The Institute’s library also houses the famous Sir Maurice Yonge collection which includes 43 volumes documenting the voyage of the HMS Challenger (1873-76), one of the world’s first major oceanographic voyages. In addition, the library has a rare collection of scientific reports from the Great Barrier Reef (1928-1929) and Siboga expeditions.
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Record History: This listing was created on Mar 28, 2010 and was last modified on Nov 26, 2021.
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