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GEOG 2110: Foundations of Geographic Research

This guide offers resources and tips for students beginning research in topics related to geography and the environment.

Overview

Reference materials/resources are a good place to start as they provide overviews of subjects to help you find a topic to focus on; offer background information and key facts on your topic; or provide definitions of important words or concepts. Included here is a selection of print and electronic materials.

Electronic Reference Collections

The following resources offer a wealth of resources on a broad range of subjects and topics. 

Dictionaries, Almanacs, and Encyclopedias

Dictionaries are helpful resources for gaining a basic understanding of a term or topic. Dictionaries define terms and concepts. Subject or topical dictionaries, like the ones included here, define words as they relate to a field or discipline. 

Below is a selection of geography related dictionaries from the UNT Libraries. Discover more here

Almanacs are typically published annually and offer important dates, data, and other information.

Encyclopedia offer helpful and often broad introductions to concepts, topics, subjects, and ideas.

Below is a selection of geography related encyclopedias from the UNT Libraries.  

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