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This guide is designed to help you start your research in climate science and policy. Please use the tabs above to discover and link to great resources that the UC San Diego Library is providing for your research.
You may want to start by looking at the basic information found under Encyclopedias & Handbooks & Websites above. Use the online catalog, Roger, to find books on your climate topics, or look under the Books and E-Books tabs for more options to find books, then use the Journal Article Databases tab to find articles on your topics, and last, but not least, use the EndNote Online tab to help organize your references and create bibliographies.
Please email me if you have any research questions, or would like to schedule an appointment for a demonstration or explanation of resources in this area.
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Off-Campus Access & Wireless
Most of the resources listed on this guide have been licensed by the UC San Diego Library. Off-campus access, as well as on-campus WiFi access, is restricted to UC San Diego students, faculty and staff. Follow the links below to enable access remotely, off-campus, using VPN, or on campus using wireless.
Download and install the VPN client software on your computer to get off-campus access for everything that the Library has licensed for you, such as eBooks, journal article databases, and the full text of articles. When connecting, select the 'althruucsd' setting.
Using the EasyConnect option (WebVPN) does not work for most of the library resources.
eScholarship is the University of California's Open Access Repository. Use this link to upload your Capstone papers or published articles for preservation, ease of citing & referrals, checking of metrics for times viewed & downloaded, and to have a perpetual web address (URL) for your paper/publication.