How to Search for Reports
The CASP website contains a searchable Report database. The database groups CASP reports by Year and reports are sorted by their online publication date. Information on each report can be viewed by clicking the Report title, which navigates to the report's designated webpage.
Searching for Reports
The Report database can be searched for whole words using the general search box on the main Reports webpage. For example, to find reports on vitrinite reflectance data in the Arctic Islands, type "vitrinite arctic" in the search box and click the "Apply" button. To refine search results, add additional words to the search box, using a space between the words. To reset your search and start over, click the "Reset" button.
The Report database can be quick-filtered using Keywords, by clicking a Keyword link. For example, click a Report title to view the Report details. Keywords for the Report are listed at the bottom of the page. Click any of these keywords to view a list of Reports that share that particular keyword. To remove a filter and see the complete Report database again, click the "Reset" button on the top of the page.
Using the same approach, the Report database can also be filtered for a particular project. For example, click a Report title to view the Report details. The project code for the Report is listed under "Project". Click the Project link to view a list of Reports that share that Project. To remove the filter and see the complete Report database again, click the "Reset" button on the top of the page.
Exporting Search Results
The information in any list of Reports (created with a filter or a search) can be exported to a Microsoft Word (.doc) or Excel (.xls) document. To export a list of Reports, click one of the "DOC" or "XLS" buttons at the top-right of the main Report webpage.
RSS Feeds of Reports
RSS Feeds are provided to stay up to date with the publication of CASP Reports. A general RSS feed for the latest CASP Reports can be found here (also accessible via the CASP Home page and Reports page). Alternatively, you can subscribe to a feed of an active research Project. In this case, visit the Project page to find the RSS feed link. Please consult the help pages of your web browser, news reader or email program on how to set-up an automatic subscription to our RSS addresses.