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Domestication: How Humans Shape the Natural World

PWR 1RC - Spring 2013 - Instructor: Carpenter, R.
Last Updated: 20-May-2013

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.

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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 » InfoCenter (non-circulating) » TP368.2 .E57 2011 V.1
Farmington Hills, MI : Thomson Gale, [200-?]-
[Dublin, Ohio : OCLC ; New York City, N.Y. : World Almanac Education Group]

Article resources

Use these resources to search for articles on your topic.

Beltsville, Md. : The Library, <1970>-
[New York?] : Thomson Reuters.
Wallingford, Oxfordshire : CAB International, [19--]-
[S.l.] : Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, [199-]-
[Ipswich, Mass.] : EBSCO Pub.
Bethesda, MD : National Center for Biotechnology Information, [1997]-
Philadelphia, PA : Institute for Scientific Information, c1998-

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.