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Climate Change / Global Warming

Guide to authoritative resources on climate change / global warming.

Environmental Science e-journals

Taylor and Francis offers access to over 200 full text e-journals on environmental science, agriculture and planning policy. Click this link to browse a subject list of these journals.

Climate Change / Global Warming e-journals

Direct full-text access to a representative sample of environmental science journals available through Whittemore Library.  Searching the databases will include searching in these journals, as well as other journals related to environmental science. 

Full-Text Journal Finder

Many students are looking for journals in full-text online.  The Full-Text Journal finder can help you to determine whether the journal you are looking for has full-text access at the Whittemore Library.  Type in the journal name or the first few words of the name to see if your journal can be found in full-text online.

E Journals & Print Journals at FSU

E-Journals:  
Enter the title of the journal you need
in the Full Text Journal Finder
to link to the journal if it is available online
through a database and/or the publisher.

Print Journals   (paper, microfilm and microfiche):

To find a listing of where a print journal, magazine, or newspaper is located (either upstairs in the Periodicals Area
on the Upper Mezzanine (UM) or downstairs in the Lower Reading Room [LRR] one flight down from the main floor in the Lower Mezzanine).

1.  Enter the title of the journal you need
in the Full Text Journal Finder  (see link above)

2.  For a list of F.S.U.'s print periodical holdings (paper or microforms), look for the F.S.U Periodical Holdings List, in the red binders
You can find those red binders in the Periodicals Area and at the Reference desk.  
 

3.  Search the MLN Online Catalog for individual periodical titles.