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+Environmental Studies: Getting Started

This guide is a gateway into Environmental topics. It will lead you to databases with helpful journal articles, books, websites, and other resources for course research.

Featured Resource: GreenFILE



Welcome to the Environmental Studies research guide.  Use the tabs (above) or quick links on this page to find articles, books, e-books, media resources and websites about local and international environmental issues.   Contact the liaison librarian (right) if you have questions about any of these resources.

Introduction to Environmental Studies Research

Welcome to the Environmental Studies Subject Guide!

This guide is designed as a starting point for doing research using UST resources.

Use the tabs to navigate through the guide.

Environmental Studies - Quick Links


Use LibrarySearch to search across the library's collections.  This is a great place to start, especially in an interdisciplinary field like Environmental Studies that pulls from many different fields of knowledge.  Because LibrarySearch is a very broad search, you will want to use specific terms so you don't receive too many irrelevant results

Specific Databases

Once you've done some searching in LibrarySearch, you may find that you need to use a specific database to find articles in a particular field.  These databases also allow you to narrow your results to fit your topic.

Background resources

These are good places to start if you need background information on a topic or concept.

Your Librarian

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Karen Brunner
NOTE: I work from home on Wednesdays. Email is the best way to reach me. I am happy to meet via Zoom. Phone messages are sent to my email.
O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library
Room 115

Your Librarian

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Kathryn Burke
OS'F Library

Room 118

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