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Environmental Studies

Research & Instruction Librarian

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Maggie Gordon
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Douglas Library
Room 520
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Finding Books

The library has an extensive print and eBook collection that includes monographs, edited collections, memoirs, biographies, and more. All of these titles can be found by searching the library catalogue in Omni

You may also have some luck browsing the shelves. Start with the call numbers below, which are where most Environmental Studies books are located. Books are located on the 1st and 2nd level of Douglas Library

eBook Databases

Browsing the Shelves

Call Number Subject
GE10 Dictionaries and encyclopedias
GE20 Directories
GE25-GE35

Communication in environmental sciences

GE42

Environmental ethics

GE50-GE56 History of environmental sciences
GE70-GE90 Environmental education, study and teaching
GE95-100 Museums and exhibitions
GE105 General works
GE123 Handbooks, manuals, etc.
GE140-146 Environmental quality and degradation
GE149-GE160 Global environmental change
GE170-GE199 Environmental policy
QC882-QC994.9 Atmospheric pollutants, atmospheric greenhouse effect, global warming
QE38 Environmental geology
QH72-QH77 Nature conservation, landscape protection
TD169-TD1066 Industrial environmental protection and control

 

Omni

Use Omni to search the library's catalogue for books, articles, videos, maps, government documents, music, data sets, open access materials, and more. You can discover materials that are not available at Queen's but that you can freely request either within Omni or through interlibrary loan. 

Tip

Take a look at the bibliography of journal articles that you find, or that an instructor has assigned to you. Often, you will find references to relevant and seminal books related to your research topic.