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There are two ways to find environmental science ebooks at the UNT Libraries - through the catalog and by directly searching ebook collections. In either approach, remember to use the book's index to see if your topic is covered.
Use the same interface as EbscoHost databases to find books on environmental science topics. The Advanced Search allows you to limit your search to title, author, subject and more with a dropdown menu. Skim or read the book, and email its citation to yourself.
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National Academies Press is the publisher for books and reports produced by the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council. Most of the titles are free to view and download.
This online e-book collection focuses on groundwater, harbor, lake, and wastewater management. The collections covers the characteristics and behavior of water from engineering, agricultural, biological, and environmental perspectives. Individual topics include drinking water, groundwater, hydrogeology, hydrology, stormwater, surface water, wastewater, water pollution, water science and engineering, and wetlands.
Follow these steps to find print books on environmental science topics in the UNT Library Catalog:
Perform a keyword or subject search for your topic. See suggested subject terms at the right.
Choose the "Books and Journals" option from the Material dropdown menu, and then select Submit.
Click on the title link of a book you want.
Write down the Location and Call Number and note whether the Status is "Available."
Ask for assistance at a service desk if you need help finding a book.
The books below are a few samples of the thousands of environmental science books available at the Sycamore Library in Sycamore Hall.
Select a link below and you'll see a long list of narrower subject terms in the UNT Library Catalog. Look to the right to see how many books are in each category. Find the term closest to your topic and select it.