- Locate full-text article and citations using the Library Resources in Environmental biology, toxicology and enviromental HEalth
- Locate Internet web sites for full-text articles, associations & societies, MSDS, toxicology, & safety using Internet Resources in Environmental biology, toxicologt and environmental health.
- Find scientific writing information using Writing Resources in Environmental biology, toxicology and environmental health
- Learn about the degree programs offered at the Environmental biology toxicology and environmental health.
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Library Resources in Environmental biology/ Health & Toxicology
- JOURNAL ARTICLES- The following databases have been recommended for full text journal articles, articles in peer reviewed journals,
Citations & abstracts in Environonmental Biology, Health & toxicology. Using a non-campus computer? You will be prompted for your Library ID Number and password. Refer to the Library ID web page for more information.
- Environmental Science and Pollution Management - Over 1,100 leading full-text journals from around the world are included as well as over 4,000 full-text government reports and over 1.2 million digitized pages from over 1,700 Environmental Impact Statements
- ACS Legacy Archives (American Chemical Society) Provides full-text searching and instant access to all titles, volumes, issues, and articles published by the American Chemical Society from 1879 to current.
ScienceDirect College Edition (Elsevier) Research articles in chemistry, computer science, pharmacology, energy, engineering, mathematics, physics and astronomy, agricultural and biological sciences, biochemistry, genetics and molecular biology, environmental science, immunology and microbiology, and neuroscience.
WEB OF KNOWLEGE (Web of Science) - is a database of citation indexes including Science Citation Index, Social Science Citation Index and Arts and Humanities index. It also includes other databases. First time users have to sign in on CAMPUS using their govst.edu email addresses, and create a user ID and password as specified by the publisher. The database has excellent tutorials, and if further help is needed please contact me at 4137 or email@example.com.
JSTOR - Digital archives/full-text of scholarly research articles covering the subjects anthropology, archaeology; biological sciences, botany & plant sciences, ecology & evolutionary biology, general science; geography, history of science & technology, mathematics, statistics and more.
BIOSIS Previews (Ovid) The most comprehensive coverage of nearly 5,500 life science journals as well as 1,500 items from international meetings, review articles, books, book chapters, patents, and software reviews. Topics include agriculture, biochemistry, biotechnology, ecology, immunology, microbiology, molecular genetics, neuroscience, pharmacology, public health, toxicology, zoology.
PubMed/Medline - The most complete index for biomedical clinical and research literature, published by the National Library of Medicine.
Project Muse - Includes full text journals in anthropology,science, philosophy & ethics of science, mathematics, medicine and health, and the history of science, technology, and medicine.
Academic Search Complete (EBSCO) Academic Search Complete, designed specifically for academic institutions, is the world's largest scholarly, multi-disciplinary full text database containing full text for nearly 4,600 scholarly publications, including more than 3,500 peer-reviewed publications. In addition to the full text, this database offers indexing and abstracts for all 8,052 journals in the collection.
Federal Environmental Rules, Regulations and Test Methods
- Federal Environmnetal Rules Regulations and Test Methods
- Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
- Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA)
- Clean Water Act (CWA) (original title: Federal Water Pollution Control Amendments of 1972)
National Environmental Methods Index (NEMI) NEMI is a free, searchable clearinghouse of methods and procedures for both regulatory and non-regulatory environmental monitoring of water, sediment, air and tissues. Released to the public in October 2002 and funded by the USEPA and the USGS, NEMI currently contains over 800 method summaries, most of which are methods for water analysis. Use NEMI to compare and contrast the performance and relative cost of analytical, test, and sampling methods for environmental monitoring.