With your HawkCard you can:
Access online resources on the HCC Libraries site:
Science encyclopedias are great because they get you started on your topic by providing:
* background information on your topic.
* keywords for further searches in the library databases.
Look up terms in this online dictionary. Includes geology and other earth science areas, such as planetary science, volcanology, paleontology, meteorology, and mineralogy.
Pro Tip: Use the search box on the lower left, "Search within work."
Here are some sections in the library shelves that have books on earth sciences:
|Meteorology; climatology:||QC 851-999||Paleontology:||QE 701-760|
|Geology:||QE 1-350.62||Paleozoology:||QE 760.8-899.2|
|Mineralogy:||QE 351-399.2||Paleobotany:||QE 901-996.5|
|Volcanoes & earthquakes:||QE 521-545||Mineral deposits:||TN 260|
Science coverage from academic and professional science journals, popular science magazines, the weekly New York Times Science Section, and more.
Articles from academic journals, magazines, newspapers and science encyclopedias - along with experiments, images, videos, audio clips, and links to quality websites. Browse Issues or use the Search box.
Find academic videos on earth science topics in these databases.