ARLIS now offers HeinOnline, providing exact page images of legal documents in PDF format just as they appear in the original print. Items of interest to Founders include historical statutory and regulatory items, such as the U.S. Code, CFRs, and Federal Register; legislative materials such as Congressional Record, and Statues at Large; Alaska legal documents, such as Attorney General Opinions; and a vast library of law review journals. ARLIS users will find these resources added to the Database listings as well as added titles to the ARLIS eJournals.
Four hundred sixty three remote-sensing photographs of Anchorage, taken after the Alaska Earthquake of 1964, are now available for research at ARLIS. The scale is 1:6,000. 1″ = 500′. For access, ask at ARLIS reference desk.
The Alaska Geologic Data Index (AGDI) is again available as a web-based tool, now with a map-enabled interface. AGDI is the index to the Anaconda Collection at ARLIS and other minerals and mining collections in Alaska. A link to AGDI is in the ARLIS Resources/Minerals and Mining menu.
The ARLIS collection of Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project reports is now available in digital format on the ARLIS document server. Indexes to the collection, with links to full text reports, are at www.arlis.org/resources/susitna-watana/.
Aerial photo collections housed in the Map Atrium include large satellite photos (Cases 1 and 14) and Alaska cities aerial photos from the Alaska Department of Transportation (Case 5). Aerial photos from the Alaska Department of Natural Resources are also available (see Collection Spotlights “ADNR Aerial Photo Collection” and “ADNR RS2477 Records and Aerial Photos”).
A popular collection at ARLIS is its large selection of Alaskan animal furs, skulls, and bird mounts, available for check-out.
The ARLIS collection includes hundreds of DVDs and CD-ROMS containing reports, videos and recordings about the natural and cultural resources of Alaska.
The ARLIS E-journal collection includes more than 1260 individually listed titles, plus another 1,500 titles in the Elsevier ScienceDirect collection.
More than 10,000 digital and paper records of mineral exploration data in Alaska, collected between 1974 and 1984 by the Anaconda Minerals Company and other mining companies.