This guide provides a list of MSU Library and web resources for students in Natural Resource classes.
The following databases include information about natural resources or related fields:
There are different ways to access the full text of an article.
Search for books and ebooks in the library's collection. The advanced search allows you to search by multiple criteria and limit your search results. There is no limit on the number of books you can check out.
Books in Renne Library are shelved by Library of Congress call numbers.
Agriculture call numbers start with S
Animal science call numbers start with SF
Aquaculture call numbers start with SH
Biology call numbers start with QH
Botany call numbers start with QK
Ecology call numbers start with QH540 - QH549
Environmental resource economics start with HD
Environmental Science call numbers start with GE
Food science call numbers start with TX642 - TX840
Forestry call numbers start with SD
Horticulture call numbers start with SB
Zoology call numbers (including entomology) start with QL
You can see a map of call number locations here.
The MSU Library provides interlibrary loan (ILL) services for current students, faculty, staff, and affiliates. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide this to alumni, retirees, or the general public.
ILL is an agreement to borrow from and loan to other libraries. You can request books (no current semester textbooks), articles, video or audio recordings, government documents, theses/dissertations, conference proceedings, patents, and newspapers. If we can find a source, we’ll try to get it!
Most article requests take 2-3 business days while most loan requests take 3-7 business days.