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Welcome to the Atmospheric Sciences subject guide.
Hopefully it can assist you in finding better resources, whether they are from books, journals, or websites. Choose from the tabs above to gain access to some of the many resources available to you through the Library. This guide particularly highlights resources on climate and weather, supporting SLCC's ATMO 1010 (Severe Weather) and ATMO 1020 (Climate Change) courses.
Need help? Keep an eye out for the Pro Tips in this guide that can help you find and use the information you need!
The Library's online databases provide many journal articles, e-books, and other sources on Geology topics. Use the links below to get started finding resources from them.
Find over 5,000 scholarly peer-reviewed journals, magazines, reports, and multimedia sources on a variety of topics. Subject coverage includes the atmosphere, climate, conservation, environmental science, biology, and more.
Search and read FULL-TEXT from high-impact bioscience research journals. Most of BioOne's titles are published by small societies and non-commercial publishers, and focus on the biological, ecological and environmental sciences as well as geology and paleontology.
Find publications located within our EBSCO databases. Searchable or browse-able by subject area.
Pro Tip: Try selecting "Earth & Atmospheric Sciences" in the "Browse by Discipline" box to see journals dedicated to this topic.
Off Campus Access
Current students, faculty, and staff can access all electronic library resources off campus, it’s easy! When prompted, just enter your MySLCC username and password and you’re all set to explore our resources.
You also use your MySLCC credentials to login to the Library Catalog to access your library account to place holds or renew materials. If you have any questions, contact the Reference Desk at 801-957-4610.
(1800's to recent past) FULL-TEXT online access to older issues of selected scholarly journals. Areas of interest include Architecture & Architectural History, Art & Art History, Film Studies, Music, Performing Arts history, and more.
Pro Tip: If you need database coverage beyond what the Library has available, with the UALC (Utah Academic Library Consortium) agreement, you can use other university or college libraries in the state by showing your ID card and bringing proof you are a current student at SLCC. Login with a guest pass and use their databases there. Check with each partner institution for their specific requirements.