School of Marine Science and Technology | Mast Library

Henri Kummerman Marine Resource Centre (MAST Library)

Introduction

Resources

Robinson Library

Marine Technology Special Collection

Location: where to find us

Contact us

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Introduction

The MAST Library has been closed as part of the School's revised strategic plan. Although a very useful resource in the past it has now been largely superseded by the excellent resources of the University's Robinson Library, the WETSOC Student Common Room, our noisy social networking space and MAST PC Lab our quiet computer cluster with it's specialised marine software.

Resources

E-materials in stock: our School subscribes to a few services which are only available via our School. These are in addition to the many resources via the University’s Robinson Library. See our list and full details in  Blackboard > community MAST-NCL-ALL > documents >library news. Includes databases, statistical and market research information: CI-Online (Containerisation International), I H S Maritime Fairplay, GWSO (Global Wave Statistics Online), Sea-Web by LR, SIN by Clarkson.

Robinson Library

Our School co-operates closely with the University's Robinson Library in the development of their marine materials as a part of their huge range of materials and resources on all subjects.

Marine Technology Special Collection

Marine Technology Special Collection contains the School’s collection of historical materials on UK shipbuilding, shiprepairing, shipbreaking, and associated industries ca.1850-2000. Guided visits for our students are organised but the materials are not usually needed for your current studies.

Location: where to find us

Armstrong Building, Room 2.66, 2nd floor, up the back staircase.

Contact us

Richard CARTER, Information Assistant. Tel +44 (0)191 208 6743    E-mail: marine.library@ncl.ac.uk