Water Resources Abstracts is now part of the Environmental Science Index (ESI). By default, this link will limit your search to Water Resources Abstracts content only. De-select the checkbox to expand your search and get more results.
A publication of Environmental Health Sciences, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to driving science into public discussion and policy on environmental health issues, including climate change. We are an independent, reader- and foundation-funded organization that reports, publishes and curates journalism on environmental topics.
A program of the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, works to improve health outcomes for all and to close the health disparities between those with the most and least opportunities for good health.
Other Helpful Guides
Citation Guides, Literature Reviews, Scholarly vs. Popular - any other guides that would be useful.
Identifying and locating scholarly articles can seem intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be! This tutorial will go over tips to make identifying and finding articles more manageable and show you how to identify different types of scholarly research, what the different parts of a scholarly article are, and how to find these articles in the library databases.
Sometimes reading a scholarly article can feel like a lost cause.This module covers the different parts of a scholarly article and ways to read each part quickly and efficiently. Then, it shows a few ways to keep track of what you learn so you can use that information in your research assignment.