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Environmental Studies Research Guide

A research guide designed to introduce you to the interdisciplinary field of environmental studies. You'll find the databases, websites, and other resources you need to start your research.

Essential Resources for Environmental Studies

Environmental Studies at Gonzaga

Top Resources in Related Science & Technology Fields

Please refer to the full Biology Research Guide for resources, tools, and services in biology, biochemistry, and biomedicine.

Please refer to the full Chemistry Research Guide for more resources, tools, and services in the fields of chemistry and biochemistry.

Please refer to the full Engineering Research Guide for more resources, tools, and services for civil, mechanical, and electrical engineering, computer science and engineering, materials science, and engineering management.

Please refer to the full Mathematics Research Guide for more resources, tools, and services for mathematics research.

Please refer to the full Physics Research Guide for resources, tools, and services for research in physics.

Land Acknowledgement

Spokane Tribe of Indians logo: a man in ceremonial headdress, a drummer with drums, and a wolf.

Gonzaga University sits on the traditional lands of the Spokane People, or Sqeliz, who thrived in these riverlands for thousands of years along with other Plateau and Salish tribes before the onset of colonization, and who are still here to this day. Though my presence here as a non-Native white person is complicated, I'm grateful to be on these lands. I offer you the opportunity to reflect on the complexities of your own presence here.

- Nicole Gustavsen

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