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Theses

Dissertations, theses, and reports prepared by students in the School of Earth Sciences are received in the Library and are listed on Socrates. The dissertations and some masters theses are shelved by author's last name in aisles 8 and 9 on the main floor of the library; some Masters Theses and Engineers Reports are shelved in the locked stacks. Ask at the Circulation Desk if the item you need is not on the shelf or if Socrates indicates that the item is to be found in locked stacks.

All theses may be borrowed for 28 days (or by the quarter for faculty and graduate students). Items are subject to recall after the initial seven days if needed by another borrower or immediately when needed for course reserve. Borrowers of theses may be liable for a $1,000 charge for replacement if the volume is lost. Items not needed by another borrower may be renewed.

Full text PDF Files of Stanford Dissertations are available to members of the Stanford community. WARNING: Read instructions carefully.

Theses authored at universities other than Stanford may also be listed in Socrates; check author and/or title for library location. If not found at Stanford, you may request interlibrary loan of theses. To purchase your own copy of a thesis, search Dissertation Abstracts (Stanford faculty and students only) via author, title, or subject to find the UMI order number, by which you can order your copy from UMI Dissertation Ordering Service.

Theses Canada Program : Full text electronic versions of Canadian theses and dissertations are available in PDF format for those theses published from the beginning of 1998 to August 31, 2002 (As of February 2004. Date range will improve, although not for earlier).


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