Wednesday, November 10, 2010
The GSA Library has just launched a new guide to its resources for environment, ecology and sustainability. The guide provides useful library shelfmarks for topics such as air pollution, biodiversity and climate change. It also provides thematic access to the Library's ever-increasing range of electronic journals, from the International Journal of Low-Carbon Technologies to Contemporary Problems of Ecology. All in all, you'll find in excess of 50 high-quality peer-reviewed environment journals available through the GSA Library. The new guide also introduces a number of databases and datasets that can be used in environmental research, from the British Atmospheric Data Centre to Acts of the UK Parliament, and from Online Population Reports to the Energy Citations Database.
Posted by Glasgow School of Art Library and Learning Resources at 9:12 am
Labels: ecology and environment