You don’t have to be a scientist to have an interest in environmental topics.The library’s environmental resources span many varied topics, from the scientific analysis of climate change to how environmental science was regarded throughout history and everything in between.
Some of the resources available through Murphy Library include:
- The Subject Guide for Environmental Studies, which includes links to databases, periodicals, print and online books, and more.
- Environment Complete (EBSCOhost) – includes articles from nearly 2,000 domestic and international journals on environmental studies as related to agriculture, ecosystem ecology, energy use and renewable energy, natural resources, marine & freshwater science, geography, pollution & waste management, environmental technology, environmental law, public policy, social impacts, urban planning, and more.
- Streaming Video, such as Films on Demand’s Environmental Sciences streaming video collection, which allows people to stream educational videos by major documentary producers to desktops, tablets and phones, and in classrooms.
- Print and Online Books such as the online 2014 Encyclopedia of Environmental Change published by SAGE; the 2014 book Rachel Carson and her sisters: extraordinary women who have shaped America’s environment; and many more that can be found through Search@UW using searches such publications between 2013 – 2015 for: climate change AND ethics.
- GreenFILE (EBSCOhost), which covers all aspects of human impact on the environment. Includes citations for scholarly, government, and popular articles in areas of agriculture, education, law, health, and technology.
As always at Murphy Library, if you have any questions about anything, just ask!