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ENV 380 Seminar in Environmental Sciences: Home

This guide is maintained for students taking Senior Seminar in Environmental Science, ENV 380

Online Databases for Environmental Science

For specific online databases, use the Databases A-Z page under FIND INFORMATION. There is a list of databases under ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE in the SUBJECTS box on the left, or use the alphabetical jump bar for a specific database title, like SCIENCE DIRECT.

Full-text Databases:  Full-text of the articles are in that database

Citation Databases:

Databases to use depending on your track or topic:

Is this journal legitimate?

In the last 10 years, scholarly publishing has been plagued by explosive growth of bogus scientific journals, sometimes called "predatory journals." 

Library databases will screen out these fake journals for you, but if you are picking something from the public internet, you need to add an extra step to your research.  You need to make sure the article you are looking at comes from a genuine peer-reviewed journal.  

There is a library database called Cabell's that lists predatory journals:    Cabell's Predatory Reports.  Go to this database and type in the name of the journal you found on the web.  If you find the journal in this database, you should not use the article in your research.



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