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Scholarly journal database focusing on environmental topics. Log in with full SVC email address and password
Limit your results to SOURCES - SUBSCRIBED SOURCES to ensure you get full-text results. Because the journals are very academic you will need to think about your search terms and you may want to use the Help link. This will not create citations for you. Type the title into OneSearch to generate a citation. Ask a librarian for help if you have trouble using Science Direct.
Website for the conservation practitioner, scientist and decision maker. Its goal is to provide the most up-to-date information to use in conservation work. With a network of formal and informal partners it works to produce a body of organizational knowledge that comes from the sum of experiences of all.
Direct link to all kinds of water resource information. Here you'll find information on Washington's rivers and streams. You'll also find information about ground water, water quality, and many other topics. The USGS operates the most extensive satellite network of stream-gaging stations in the state, many of which form the backbone of flood-warning systems. You will find other web pages on appropriate tabs on this research guide.
The goal of this site is to provide a single place to discover, learn about, and access available natural resource information for Washington State. It includes a searchable catalog with simple links to datasets and their associated metadata ("data about the data"). If a dataset is not available for download or on-line viewing, then contact information is provided. This catalog currently includes spatial datasets, tabular datasets, mapping applications, reports and studies.