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Engineering library purchase ASTM Standard complete set every 5 years and currently holds the 2010 version.
Engineering Library owns a number of CSA standards that are listed individually in our library catalogue and we purchase them base on our request from faculty, students and staff.
Provides access to current, revised and superseded standards in the field of electrical and computer engineering.
To search for books at UNB Libraries, use the online catalogue, UNB WorldCat. It contains materials held at the Harriet Irving, Science and Forestry, Engineering, and Law libraries, as well as the Hans W. Klohn Commons in Saint John. Course reserves contains a listing of course-specific materials available for short-term use.
Books and other materials not available at UNB may be available for loan from another institution through our document delivery service. To search for materials not held by UNB Libraries, try UNB WorldCat (change the default library to "Libraries worldwide") or select from our list of other library catalogues. See the Document Delivery page for electronic request forms and more details.
To browse the shelves for books in Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering, try the following ranges:
|HD 101-1395.5||Land use. Land tenure|
|TA 501-625||Surveying Engineering|
|Resources of Scholarly Societies - Astronomy
|Thomas Register Online
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(ENGRESERVE BF76.7 .P83 2010b)
(ENG-STACKS T11 .B55 2004)
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Subject Specialties: Computer Science and Engineering