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Research Tip: Try Searching Across Multiple EBSCO Databases

WHY?  Each database contains a different selection of journals. For a comprehensive coverage of your topic, it's often easier to search across multiple databases (versus each one separately).

WHICH DATABASES?  EBSCO databases covering environmental issues include (but are not limited to):

  • Environment Complete
  • GreenFILE
  • Academic Search Complete
  • Biological & Agricultural Index

HOW TO ACCESS?  Open one of the above EBSCO databases then click "Choose Databases":

HOW TO CHOOSE?  Scope notes help you identify the databases most likely to provide useful information on your topic.

For example, if you were interested in economic impacts of climate change, you could also include the database "EconLit" in your searches:

Recommended Databases for Climate Change Articles

How to Find Articles

Need more help finding articles? See How to Find Articles for help on selecting keywords, choosing databases, and more.


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4. Select Library Links

5. Search: "DePaul"

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