Databases provide a systematic method of searching for articles, and other documents, on your topic. Some databases include full text of the documents and some only provide a short overview (abstract) of the main parts of the paper.
Environmental Studies in Video is an online collection designed to address the needs of one of the fastest growing academic fields. The collection directly confronts the most compelling questions faced in contemporary society by bringing together seminal documentary films and powerful footage from diverse sources around the globe.
Index of scholarly, general interest, and government sources regarding human effects on the environment.
Drawing on the connection between the environment and disciplines such as agriculture, education, law, health and technology, GreenFILE serves as an informative resource for anyone concerned about the issues facing our planet. The database contains nearly 300,000 records, full text for selected titles and searchable cited references for more than 200 titles as well.
Searches 12,000+ scholarly journals in the sciences, social sciences and arts and humanities. Cited Reference Search locates articles that have cited an older document. Limited full-text access.
Includes the Arts & Humanities Citation Index (1975-present), and the Science Citation Index and the Social Science Citation Index (1980-present for both).
NCEI environmental data spans a broad spectrum of scientific disciplines, archive methods, naming conventions, file formats, and governance strategies. NCEI develops software, APIs, visualization methods, and other services to enhance data access, discovery, and interoperability.
Includes over 1,700 web sites and 30 databases of technical reports, journal articles, conference proceedings, and other published materials. Provides a unified search of the government’s scientific and technical information. Science.gov mainly provides citations and in some cases abstracts.