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Writing your paper: resources
The purpose of this guide is to identify resources relevant to finding journal articles for your experimental project.
There are five steps involved in this process; they correspond to the tabs in this guide:
- Step 1: select a topic and find good background information about it before trying to read articles;
- Step 2: do some general background reading about your topic;
- Step 3: search for journal articles and books;
- Step 4: consult books about experimental design (if necessary);
- Step 5: write the paper using appropriate footnote style.
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For some basic information about the libraries, see:
, Earth & Environmental Sciences
, Environmental Studies
, Science, Technology, & Society