Haere mai, tauti mai—welcome! Take advantage of the large range of Mātai Pūtaiao Aronukurangi | Environmental Science resources the Library provides. Your Kaitiaki Kaupapa | Subject Librarians work with your lecturers to ensure these resources are available to you on campus, at home or at work - any day - anytime.
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We have a range of recommended databases for finding journal articles and other resources.
These online resources are recommended by Professor Sally Gaw.
Māori Dictionary (Spelling Māori words correctly in assignments and exams is important)
Resource Management Act Guide (environmentguide.org.nz)
Te Ao Māori The Māori World (Ministry for the Environment)
Environment Aotearoa 2015 (Ministry for the Environment. There is a 2019 report that is more recent but the 2015 report is particularly useful)
Te reo o Te Repo: The Voice of the Wetland (An online wetland handbook created collaboratively between the Waikato Raupatu River Trust and Manaaki Whenua-Landcare Research)
The Library has a huge number of books and ebooks that are excellent sources to cite for most assignments.
Find guides on the different citation and reference styles used at UC such as APA style.
Macmillan Brown Library’s cultural heritage collections reflect UC’s place in Aotearoa, the Pacific and beyond.
We have many dictionaries and encyclopedias for checking facts, definitions and background material.
The Library provides services and resources to support UC researchers throughout the research lifecycle.