Use the following databases to find articles on your topic.
- Start with these databases:
GeoRef : indexes journals in geology and related fields.
Academic Search Complete : indexes journals and magazines from all subject areas.
ScienceDirect : indexes journals from the Sciences.
CBCA Complete : indexes Canadian journals, magazines and newspapers from all subject areas.
- Research Pro:
Do one search to find articles, books and websites. Use this in conjunction with the library catalogue and article databases.
- Find books at Douglas College Library. WorldCat
- Find books in libraries worldwide.
BC Geological Survey
Focusing on British Columbia, this site contains material on Economic Geology, Rocks and Minerals, and Geology Maps. Geological Association of Canada Geological Survey of Canada
- Natural Resources Canada Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources - Geological Survey
Listed under Educational Resources, are full text documents on geology, mining, rocks and minerals, natural disasters etc. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources - Maps
Provides general, geoscience and mineral potential maps of British Columbia. US Geological Survey
A good starting point for earth science information. Topics include earthquakes, floods, volcanoes, minerals, maps and more. Current Research
- Geological Survey of Canada
UN Atlas of Oceans
Features maps, images, and statistics of the world's oceans and seas. Covers topics on earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis, uses of oceans and waterways, human coastal settlements etc.
The Atlas of Canada
This site includes base maps, geographical names and thematic maps that reflect the social, economic, environmental and cultural fabric of Canada. Dictionary of Earth Sciences Geological Atlas of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin Oxford Companion to the Earth US Gazetteer
How to Locate Primary Sources in the Sciences
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