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FDLP Resource Guides
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Environmental Topics


Many libraries and related organizations have guides about environmental issues. Some of the featured libraries are part of the Federal Depository Library Program, and they are known as Federal Depository Libraries (FDLs). Community guide topics, including environmental statistics, climate data, wildlife, air quality, and more.

Community Guides

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Environmental Science

Rowan University Library (non-FDL)

  • Check out U.S. Government databases and websites.
  • Guide's subjects: Alternative Energy, Climate, Ecology, Environment, Environmental, Environmental Science, Sustainability
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Environmental Studies & Science Research Guide

Gonzaga University Library (non-FDL)

  • See information on key Government agencies and organizations that conduct environmental research, assessments, education, and more.
  • Guide's subjects: Climate Studies, Environment, Environmental Studies, Interdisciplinary Sciences
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Government Document Subjects: Environment

Bowling Green State University (FDL #0476)

  • Explore statistical sources and key resources on wildlife, urban development, energy, water and air quality, tribal-environmental issues, and more.
  • Guide's subjects: Government, Government Documents, Political Science & Public Administration

Federal Depository Library Directory (FDLD)

The Federal Depository Library Program distributes Government information free of cost to libraries that participate in the program. These libraries have information specialists who can assist your research needs. To find your nearest depository, check out the FDLD

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Disclaimer about Community Guides

Visiting a community guide will direct you to other websites, which may have different privacy policies than the U.S. Government Publishing Office. Also, community guides may feature resources that are not U.S. Government publications or sources, which may not be freely available. Contact the community guide's owner for additional information or assistance.