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Our environment is of interest to everyone because it affects us in so many ways, from local pollution to worldwide climate change. Consequently there is plenty of information about the environment available. The problem is figuring out which information to trust. This guide will help you find reputable sources both through the library and on the Internet.
Finding Library Sources
The Library of Congress class code for Environment Science is GE, meaning you can browse the GE section of the third floor Campbell Library stacks for books on environmental science. Depending on your topic you may also find books in the Science (Q, QC, QH), and Agriculture (S, SB, SD, SF, SH) sections.
Use the library search engine (Library Search) to find books and articles on your topic.