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Environmental Geology  

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Geology at Kent Stark

Dr. Schweitzer's Geology Pages at Kent State University at Stark

Environmental Geology Course Description

This course is designed to introduce students to basic geologic principles and to examine their application to environmental problems. Topics relevant to students in their every day lives and to Ohio will be the primary focus, but other global issues will be studied in detail as well. For example, coastal erosion will be discussed, referring to the Lake Erie coastline of Ohio and to coastal areas worldwide. Some other included topics with current relevance include the deterioration of the ozone layer, ground water pollution, alternative fuel sources, and disposal of toxic wastes.

Dr. C. Schweitzer

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Use this guide to Environmental Geology Resources at the Kent Stark Library to help you research your project.

These are the key resources that we will review today:

  • Stark Campus Library
    Access research materials, including books and articles for your research project.
  • KentLINK Library Catalog
    Use KentLINK to find books about your topic from the Kent State University Libraries.
  • OhioLINK Library Catalog
    Use OhioLINK to find books not available at the Kent State University Libraries.
  • GeoRef  
    Use GeoRef to find scholarly journal articles.
  • BIOSIS Previews (includes Biological Abstracts)  
    Biological Abstracts (1980- )
    BIOSIS Previews (1980- )
    Database Description. BIOSIS Previews: Some OhioLINK institutions subscribe to this version, which encompasses both Biological Abstracts and Biological Abstracts/RRM (Reports, Reviews, Meetings). Approximately 5,000 life science journals, 1,500 international meetings, as well as review articles, books, and monographs are monitored for inclusion.
  • JSTOR  
    Use JSTOR to find scholarly journal articles.
  • Academic Search Complete and Environment Complete  
    Use Academic Search Complete and other Ebsco article databases to find magazine and newspaper articles. Remember to Choose Databases in order to search both
    Academic Search Premier and Environment Complete.
  • Government Web Sites
    Use Google's Advanced Search to find .gov websites.

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