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Basic information from specialized encyclopedias, dictionaries, and handbooks. (Full-text).

Electronic books with full-text searching, bookmarks, and personal notes. (Full-text).
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Electronic books from academic, professional, and popular publishers. (Full-text).

A top encyclopedia of science and technology with biographies, news, and images. (Full-text).

Information on habits and ecosystems of species. (Full-text).

An index of United States government publications, reports, and testimony. (Some full-text).

Reports on "hot" topics with detailed analysis and opposing viewpoints. (Full-text).

Studies on energy, pollution, water, and more. (Full-text).

Covers all aspects of energy, including pollution and alternative fuels. (Full-text).

An encyclopedia of forestry, forest ecology, and the scientific names of trees and shrubs. (Full-text).

Covers the science and sociology of climate change. (Full-text).

In-depth, worldwide coverage of environmental issues. (Full-text).

Search resources on conservation in Canada. (Some full-text).

Encyclopedia of animal characteristics, habitats, and conservation. (Full-text).

Now known as EBSCOhost E-Books. (This cross-reference will be removed on 7/21/12).

Editorials, news, statistics, multimedia, and web sites on controversial topics. (Full-text).

Covers pollution issues, including sources, disposal, remediation, and legal aspects. (Full-text).

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A catalog of 58 million books, dissertations, sound recordings, and videos available in libraries. (Citations only).


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