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Middlesex Community College libraries offer students in Environmental Science and related disciplines access to numerous resources. Use the tabs below to locate books, articles, media, websites and citation help. CS
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Environmental science is an interdisciplinary field that looks at how the environment is effected by the human use of energy sources and manufacturing practices. In response to current concerns about global warming and pollutants, environmental scientists are researching "greener" more sustainable methods to improve air and water quality, food production and renewable energy strategies. The EBSCO databases below deal with environmental issues from an interdisciplinary perspective:


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Many Environmental Science Journals are available through the Directory of Online Access Journals (DOAJ). A limited number of these Journals have some articles available in PDF full-text format.


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