Use the Library Catalog to look for books on specific subjects. Here are some SUBJECT searches to try:
Nature - Effect of human beings on
Nature in Literature
Ecology in Literature
Fishes - Effect of dams on
Fish habitat improvement
Fishes - Conservation
Books that check out are on the 2nd floor of the library.
Reference books are on the 1st floor. These include specialized encyclopedias and historical atlases. Reference books are often good starting points for research. Here are some examples:
Encyclopedia of Environment and Society
R 333.7 ENCYCLO 2007
The Atlas of Planet Management
R 333.7 NEW ATL 2005
You'll also find reference books in the library databases like:
The SCC Library has created this research guide to help you find credible information in books, periodicals, and websites.
Copies on reserve at the Library circulation desk.
Peter Fromm on his writing process. Produced by Pacific University MFA in Writing faculty.
Library databases contain reliable information, including articles, that is generally not available elsewhere on the web. Access to databases from off-campus requires login using your student ID number.
You will find databases covering All Subjects, Literature, Science, and other topics linked from the SCC Library homepage.
Here are some databases you may find useful: