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The Science Libraries offer drop-in workshops, particularly towards the beginning of each semester. Topics include Data Management, GIS, Citation Management, Productivity Tools, Data Visualization, and more.
Interdisciplinary articles investigating sustainable food production in relation to the effects of global change on food resources, biodiversity, and global food security. Includes sections on nutrition, diet, food systems, agriculture, and more.
Materials from the New York Academy of Sciences archives including administrative records, case studies, fieldwork, manuscripts, maps, and photographs.
The New York Academy of Sciences was founded in 1817 as the Lyceum of Natural History in the City of New York. Its collections provide insights into the history of science, botany, environmental studies, and more. Specific collections include: Records of Conferences and Events; Nathaniel Lord Britton Records; Records of the Puerto Rico Survey; and Records of the Harbor Project.
Politico is one of the nation's respected sources for national political and government news and analysis. Politico has recently expanded their coverage to California politics and government. In addition to finding news articles about the state, the Datapoint and Documents modules contain current primary source information and info-graphics used in Politico's reporting for California and the nation. These can be reused in papers, classes, or other research projects.
The ORE of Environmental Science is a dynamic, scholarly, and up-to-date reference work. Articles go beyond science for an interdisciplinary perspective on the environment including social science, ethics, history, and more.
Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences Librarian