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EVS247: Environmental Chemistry: Find Articles

Finding articles

For additional databases, video tutorials showing you how to use them, and mobile access if available, see the Databases by Title list (all those to which the library subscribes) or the Science, Technology, and Health list of Databases by Subject.

Suggested Databases

To find articles about environmental chemistry topics, the best databases to try are:

  • Academic Search Premier: articles from magazines, newspapers, & scholarly journals on nearly any topic
     
  • BioOne:
    Search a broad selection of the full-texts, peer-reviewed journals and bulletins published by American Institute of Biologial Sciences (AIBS) member societies and other closely related organizations. - See more at: http://www.dbq.edu/library/findarticles/databasesbytitle/#b
    full-text of peer-reviewed journals & bulletins from biological associations & societies
     
    Search a broad selection of the full-texts, peer-reviewed journals and bulletins published by American Institute of Biologial Sciences (AIBS) member societies and other closely related organizations. - See more at: http://www.dbq.edu/library/findarticles/databasesbytitle/#b
    Search a broad selection of the full-texts, peer-reviewed journals and bulletins published by American Institute of Biologial Sciences (AIBS) member societies and other closely related organizations. - See more at: http://www.dbq.edu/library/findarticles/databasesbytitle/#b
    Search a broad selection of the full-texts, peer-reviewed journals and bulletins published by American Institute of Biologial Sciences (AIBS) member societies and other closely related organizations. - See more at: http://www.dbq.edu/library/findarticles/databasesbytitle/#b
  • Greenfile: articles focusing on environmental issues
     
  • JSTOR: articles from scholarly journals on many topics, particularly strong in sciences. Note that the newest articles aren't always available.

Finding an article full-text from a citation

  1. Determine what kind of source it is. Is it a book chapter? A journal article? 
  2. If it is a book, look in the catalog or WorldCat to see if we own it or if you need to Interlibrary Loan it.
  3. If it is an article, use the Journal List to search for the journal title to see which database it is in. If we don't own it, use Find It to request the title. If it's not in a database, use Interlibrary Loan to request the article.

 

Journal Abbreviations

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