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Choosing the best database to search is often a challenge. This guide offers a set of questions to consider when choosing which databases to search.
This is a collection of research and reference for major global environmental issues. The specific topics covered include sustainability (theory and practice), global environmental change, global warming, environmental health, green ethics, green education, water, and environmental history. We believe this collection will facilitate work in Environmental Studies, our Sustainability Program, Biology, Conservation Biology, Government, and the work in the humanities and social sciences that ask students to consider the environment.
A multi-disciplinary full text database that includes peer-reviewed academic journals as well as general magazines and news sources. The database contains full text for more than 8,750 journals including more than 7,800 peer-reviewed titles.
More than 17,000 of the most credible business, legal, and news sources. Includes law reviews & journals, Supreme Court decisions, cases & statutes, and the full text of thousands of newspapers, company profiles & other business sources.
Full text of the complete back files of important scholarly journals, generally from the first volume through issues published prior to the most recent three years.
General Science Abstracts is a multidisciplinary index that includes all science fields. It has full text of articles from nearly 100 periodicals, dating as far back as 1995, graphs, charts, diagrams, photos, and illustrations and abstracting and indexing as far back as 1984 for many peer-reviewed journals.
Chemistry Journals and Patents. Registration via this link is required. SciFinder provides access to the CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service) databases covering the chemical literature, chemical substances and reactions, chemical catalogs and regulatory information, as well as the Medline database. Literature sources include journals, patents, conference proceedings, technical reports, dissertations, selected books, and more.