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Libraries use Call numbers to organize resources by subject matter and location.
Did you know you can browse the library shelf in the catalog by using Call Numbers?
352.3 for Public Policy (US Government)
614.42 for Public Health
910.285 for GIS
Wondering what to type in the search box above?
Try keywords & keyword phrases. Examples - "wildfires" "rangeland management" "urban forestry."
Being more specific means more focused, but fewer, results.
You can search for reference books by changing the Limit to: Reference Collection in Primo's search results.
Tip: Use broad categorical terms to search for reference materials. Example: Instead of soil, use environmental science or forest.
Search in the box below to find books that are owned by libraries across the United States.
You may further limit your search results to either books or articles.
For the most relevant titles, use the Subject Headings that you find in the library catalog book records. Example:
The keyword: "forestry" returns 225,000+ books, while the subject "Forests AND forestry -- Environmental Aspects" yields 3,000+ titles.
To limit that further, add more terms. Adding the Subject "Soils" for example, yields 32 titles.
The Subject Forests and forestry--Economic aspects--Washington (State) returns 74 books.
Note down the author, title, publisher, publication date and ISBN number of the book.
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