Keys To The Repository

Blue Bloods

Keys To The Repository

Lavish parties. Passionate meetings in the night. Bone-chilling murders. Exams. The day-to-day life of Schuyler Van Alen and her Blue Bloods friends (and enemies) is never boring. But there's oh-so-much more to know about the beautiful and powerful Blue Bloods. Below the streets of Manhattan, within the walls of the Repository, lies a wealth of revealing short stories, journal entries, and never-before-seen letters about the vampire elite dating back through time. Won't you come inside?

The Repository

The Repository


The Repository of Wit and Humor

Comprising More Than One Thousand Anecdotes, Odd Scraps, Off-hand Hits, and Humorous Sketches

The Repository of Wit and Humor


A Review of the President's Recommendation to Develop a Nuclear Waste Repository at Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Energy and Air Quality of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Seventh Congress, Second Session, April 18, 2002

A Review of the President's Recommendation to Develop a Nuclear Waste Repository at Yucca Mountain, Nevada


The International Survey of Institutional Digital Repositories

The International Survey of Institutional Digital Repositories

The study presents data from 56 institutional digital repositories from eleven countries, including the USA, Canada, Australia, Germany, South Africa, India, Turkey and other countries. The 121-page study presents more than 200 tables of data and commentary and is based on data from higher education libraries and other institutions involved in institutional digital repository development. In more than 300 tables and associated commentary the report describes norms and benchmarks for budgets, software use, manpower needs and deployment, financing, usage, marketing and other facets of the management of international digital repositories. The report helps to answer questions such as: who contributes to the repositories and on what terms? Who uses the repositories? What do they contain and how fast are they growing, in terms of content and end use? What measures have repositories used to gain faculty and other researcher participation? How successful have these methods been? How has the repository been marketed and cataloged? What has been the financial impact? Data is broken out by size and type of institution for easier benchmarking.