Domestication: How Humans Shape the Natural World

PWR 1RC - Fall 2014 - Instructor: Carpenter, R.

A guide to resources for PWR 1RC: Domestication: How Humans Shape the Natural World. Course topics include: the depth of our relationships with plants and animals, how these relationships help define what we consume, and how scientific information can be selectively represented to serve many ends.

Background/Reference sources

Following are some reference sources that you can use to find background information on your topic as well as other references.

2nd ed. Boca Raton : CRC Press, c2011.
Green Library » Information Center » TP368.2 .E57 2011 V.1
[United States] : McGraw-Hill, [2000?]-
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Farmington Hills, MI : Thomson Gale, [200-?]-
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Article resources

Use these resources to search for articles on your topic.

Ipswich, MA : EBSCO Pub.
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Beltsville, Md. : The Library, <1970>-
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[New York?] : Thomson Reuters.
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Wallingford, Oxfordshire : CAB International, [19--]-
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[S.l.] : Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, [199-]-
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[Ipswich, Mass.] : EBSCO Pub.
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Bethesda, MD : National Center for Biotechnology Information, [1997]-
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Manage your references

As you're collecting references for your assignments, you might want to try using a reference manager, like RefWorks.  RefWorks not only tracks your papers, it helps you write your bibliography.

Check out the libray's Bibliography Management page for more information about other tools to manage your references.