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(1) otsida saab ühe või mitme sõna järgi, tulemustes kuvatakse kirjed, kus vähemalt üks neist on olemas (nt Kaljo Kivimägi);
(2) kui lisad märksõna ette "+" märgi, siis otsitakse vaid kirjeid, kus see märksõna sisaldub (nt +Kaljo +Kivimägi);
(3) märksõna välistamiseks kasuta "-" märki (nt -Kaljo +Kivimägi);
(4) pimeotsingu tähiseks on * (nt litostrat*);
(5) kindla fraasi otsinguks ümbritse see jutumärkidega (nt "tartu riikliku ülikooli");
(6) kombineeri eelnevaid võimalusi (nt +"estonian journal of earth sciences" +Kaljo +year:[2010 TO *] annab tulemuseks kõik Dimitri Kaljo artiklid ajakirjas EJES);

NB! Otsingutulemuste hulgas kuvatakse vaikimisi vaid kontrollitud kirjeid, mis on otseselt seotud Eestiga. Näita kõiki publikatsioone.

Detailne päringuvorm valmib 2020. a teises pooles. Andmete sisestamine ja märksõnadega varustamine kestab 2020. a lõpuni ning seda finantseerib KIKi projekt "Eesti maapõue trükiste andmebaas".

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