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Environmental Engineering

Guide to library and internet resources for environmental engineering

Introduction

Not familiar with your topic? Need a quick introduction to the subject?  Try an encyclopedia...

Encyclopedias provide background information summarizing the important points of a subject.   You should find and read this background information before you begin researching the literature as it will bring you "up-to-speed" on the topic as well as help you determine the appropriate terminology for the search. 

On this page, there are 2 sections: 

  1. General Encyclopedias (multi-disciplinary)
  2. Encyclopedias specializing in this guide's subject area  

General Encyclopedias

Encyclopedias about the Environment and Sustainability

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