In the last decade many publishing houses have made research publications databases available electronically, and these may be searched from within the publishing houses’ web sites, or through search engines such as Google Scholar. This has made the continued development of the saline lakes bibliography redundant.
An example of a Google Scholar search, set broadly for “saline lakes” is provided below, along with a link to the Saline Lakes category of Wikipedia, a link to the Facebook page “Conservation and Management of Salt Lakes” and a link to a fledgling Wikibook on salt lake research methods.
Please consider contributing to these interactive information sharing sites, in order to progress a wider understanding of salt lake ecosystems worldwide.
Conservation and Management of Salt Lakes. Facebook page providing a forum for members of the International Society for Salt Lake Research, the Inland Saline Lake Working Group of the International Society for Limnology (SIL), and other individuals interested in the scientific management and conservation of salt lakes.
Google Scholar search on “saline lakes”. Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites. Google Scholar helps you find relevant work across the world of scholarly research.
Management of Inland Saline Waters. Introductory textbook for decision/policy makers on environmental management of lakes and reservoirs. Published as a part of UNEP/ILEC Guidelines of Lake Management series. Language: English. ISBN: 4-906356-24-9. First edition: 1998. Edited by: W.D.Williams.
Methods Manual for Salt Lake Studies. A Wikibook – a cooperatively written text on research methods for salt lakes.
Twitter account of the Society
El Alfolí – a multilingual (primarily Spanish and English) by-yealy electronic journal on all things salt aimed at interested, non-specialised academic readers. It includes background articles, book reviews, agenda of events and news on salt-related issues. It is edited by the Institute of Saltscapes and Salt Heritage (IPAISAL), a not-for-profit organisation devoted to the research and recovery of the natural, cultural and human values of saltscapes and salt heritage worldwide. You can also receive the journal free of charge in your inbox. Please request your copy at email@example.com