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Research Guides

Environmental Studies

Use this guide to find background and scholarly research resources for projects and papers in Environmental Studies.

Starting your research:

Start by brainstorming terms that are related to your topic:

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Make your own mind maps with Mindomo.

What should I write about?

What search terms should I use?

My professor said my topic is too broad, what are narrower topics related to my idea?

Reference books can help you with these questions: encyclopediashandbooks and dictionaries.


Environmental Studies & Related Online Reference Books:

(See the Biology & Biochemistry Research Guide for additional titles)

Agriculture & Food:

 


Biodiversity, Conservation & Ecology:

 


Energy:

 


Global Warming & Climate Change:

 


Politics, Policy & Law:

 


Resource Management:

 


General:

 

Help with Writing and Research: Literature Review and Data Analysis

Literature Reviews, Research Methods and Measurement