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Environmental Science & Environmental Studies: Home


This guide contains information to help you get started with research, organized according to the format and type of information needed.

Visit the Environmental Science & Environmental Studies Department Website for more information about Environmental Science/Studies at Dickinson!

Environmental Science News - Science Daily

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Related Library Resources

Sources related to Environmental Studies/Science can be found throughout the library.  Depending on your topic, you may wish to search databases from other disciplines. See our full list of research guides for ideas.

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Call Numbers

As a result of the interdisciplinary nature of Environmental Studies, relevant materials can be found throughout the library. While the Library of Congress Classification System does have a call number range specifically designated for Environmental Sciences, there are many other call number ranges that may contain items of interest.

Examples of broad classification areas:

  • Q= Science
  • K= Law
  • H= Social Sciences

Examples of narrower classification areas:

  • QD1-999= Chemistry
  • GF 1-900= Human Ecology
  • GE 1-350 = Environmental Sciences
  • BJ 1-1725= Ethics
  • SD1-669.5= Forestry

Look at the Library of Congress Classification System Outline for more information.

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