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Environmental Studies

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. If you need any assistance, please contact your librarian.

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Essential Resources for Environmental Studies

Environmental Studies at Gonzaga

Old Environmental Studies Guide

Follow this link for the legacy Environmental Studies research guide. Some of its content has still not been moved to the new guide.

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

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