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Library Resources by College: Environmental Management

This faculty guide features key library resources arranged by college.


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Research Guides

The following guides offer suggestions for finding articles, e-books, and websites for student research.

Library Resource Lists

See the following document for a list of the library's full-text environmental management resources by database.

Key Databases

GreenFILE focuses on the relationship between human beings and the environment and covers the connections between the environment and a variety of disciplines such as agriculture, education, law, health, and technology.

Environmental Studies provides an academic approach to environmental topics by combining news, case studies, unique commentary, audio, video, primary source documents, images, reports, and statistics into a user-friendly platform. 

This database contains scholarly journals, magazines, and other reference sources covering environmental issues and policies, and it includes diverse perspectives from the scientific community, governmental policymakers, and corporate interests.

This database contains business-related publications including scholarly journals providing peer-reviewed articles.

This extensive database includes materials on most academic disciplines, and thousands of the publications are peer-reviewed journals.

From foundational science to new and novel research, this large collection of Physical Sciences and Engineering publications covers a range of disciplines (including topics related to environmental management), from the theoretical to the applied.


The journals listed here have been purchased individually and may not be available within the library databases.

The Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene (JOEH) publishes investigations that enhance the knowledge and practice of occupational and environmental hygiene and safety in the workplace and community. 


Films on Demand houses a collection of streaming video titles from both academic and mainstream producers such as films for the Humanities and Sciences, PBS, A&E, History Channel, BBC, National Geographic, and others.

The best part about Films on Demand?  You can share videos from Films on Demand in your courses without worrying about copyright restrictions.

To share Films on Demand videos with your students, select "Share" beneath the video and copy the "Record URL" link:

For instructions on creating custom video segments in Films on Demand, see the following guide: