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Key Multidisciplinary Databases
How can I search for journal articles?
If you know the journal title: first try a "journal title" search in the Library catalogue. You may get more than one result, depending on whether we have the print version, the online version, or both. Check what years/volumes we have:
- Print: see the details in red under "Library holds".
- Electronic: see the dates in the links under "Web access".
If you want to find articles on a specific topic, or by a specific author: you can search in one or more of the specialist databases we subscribe to.
Please ask your Information Librarian if you have any questions about finding articles or using these databases.
Browsing journals and finding journal lists
You can find title lists relating to Geography, Environmental Sciences and related topics via the Journals page on the library web site (UC Log in required for off campus access).
A catalogue search on the subject keywords geography periodicals will produce a list of key titles - both print and electronic formats.
Journals relating to the environment can also be found using a basic catalogue subject keyword search on environment* periodicals