This research guide will provide you with starting points for finding information on environmental engineering.
Last Updated: May 7, 2013
Generally, these are the best resources for research in environmental engineering. If you're not sure where to begin, start your search for information here!
- Compendex (Engineering Village)
Indexes journal articles, conference papers and book chapters in all engineering disciplines, with links to the full-text of many articles. Compendex is international in scope.
- Environmental Sciences and Pollution Management (ProQuest)
Collection of databases including Environmental Engineering Abstracts, Pollution Abstracts, Water Resources Abstracts and Toxicology Abstracts.
Collection of over 5,000 e-books, with strong engineering content. Search across the full-text of the entire collection or a particular subject area, or browse book titles in an area.
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