The listing of ELA publications contains 1108 entries. They are subdivided into six categories according to type. Within each category, the publications are listed alphabetically by author. You may download the complete listing in either of two self-extracting file formats, or as an Acrobat PDF file, by clicking the appropriate page icon or button-bar, below.

Most (676) of the entries are peer-reviewed journal papers. These have been published in scientific journals, are often highly technical, and primarily are intended be read by other researchers. Another large (158) section lists technical and data reports that provide comprehensive descriptions and summaries of data collections and methodologies. Not many of these have been produced in recent years, so most of these date from the 1970's and 1980's. The third section lists 105 published presentations at scientific symposia and conferences, and chapters of books. Hundreds of other presentations have been given over the years, but most have not been published. The fourth section lists 116 masters and doctoral theses that are based on research focused at the ELA. A small section lists several books that have been authored or co-authored by ELA personnel, or make significant reference to work carried out at the ELA. A final section lists magazine articles, newsletters, and other publications that are intended more for a general readership.

ELA Publications Listing (PDF format)

For anyone wishing to sort the ELA publications, or search on key words, a Reference Manager, ver. 11, bibliographic database zipped archive is available for download. It is provided as a self-extracting file. Just click on the appropriate button, below. This archive contains material not available in the above listing, including some electronic material and some abstracts. However, you will have to unzip this database file by double clicking on the executable, downloaded file, and you will need your own copy of Reference Manager, or other file-compatible software, to access the data.



 

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