These websites highlight big environmental issues and can help you select an environmental problem for your paper:
Learning more about your environmental problem before you begin can help you formulate your arguments and can help you pick additional search terms.
Use AND between terms to narrow your search
example: television and violence and children
Use OR and/or truncate (*, ?) words to broaden your search
example: children or youth or adolescents
example: child* (will find child, children, etc.)
example: wom?n (will find woman or women)
Note: check online help for the correct truncation symbol
You can use these databases or any others listed on the database pages; this list is only a suggestion of places to start your research. If the full-text is not available for the article you want to see, click the button or the "Find Text" link to see if the full-text is available in another database.
These sites can help you find information on current government programs and methods:
The library website provides sample citations for MLA, APA, and other citation styles on the Citing Your Sources page.
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