Full text of journals and monographs in agriculture, ecosystem ecology, energy, natural resources, marine and freshwater science, geography, pollution and waste management, and environmental technology and law.
Please note: there are problems with the Scopus service. Full-text links and exports to some citation managers are not working. A workaround to get the full text is to copy and paste the article title into ONE SEARCH on the library home page, and you'll be able to access the full text.
Local Web pages: town, city, county agencies (water, history)
Local Audubon Society, birding or wildlife groups
Local nursery or landscaper's Website (plants, hardiness zone, growing season)
Local historical society
State website: native flora, fauna; state department of wildlife
State University Extension service (plants, trees, invasives, growing season, possibly rainfall)
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Outside the US
Information for foreign countries. Sources will vary. Look for similar types of organizations as those mentioned above, see what is available on the Web from your local area. What information might your family be able to provide?