Using a variety of search terms will greatly enhance your research. Try combining some of these terms in MultiSearch with AND, e.g. ecology AND "environmental justice".
These are only a few suggestions. Keep a note of any additional terms you come across and try searching with them in MultiSearch;
|socio-ecological||"environmental decision making"||"global change"|
|geopolitics||"social justice"||"animal rights"|
Top tip: use quotation marks to search for phrases - this will keep the words together when searching!
Browsing the Library shelves can be a very effective way of finding relevant resources. Try browsing around the call numbers below to find interesting titles to extend your research.
|Call Number||Subject Area|
|HD28-9999||Industries. Land Use. Labour (including Land Tenure, Real Estate Business)|
|HV4701-4890||Protection of Animals. Animal Rights. Animal Welfare|
|QH301-705||Biology (general, including, Life, Ecology, Economic Biology)|
|QL1-991||Zoology (including Birds, Mammals)|
|SD1-669||Forestry (including History of Forestry, Forest Conditions)|