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Geography and Environmental Sustainability: A Guide to Research: Find books

Browse books using call numbers

You can browse books on shelves. Use call numbers to browse books in Geography and Environmental Studies. (note: since geography covers a wide range of issues, you may find books in many different call numbers)

Due to the library renovation, the locations for books are constantly changing. Books are currently located on the sub-basement, and 2nd & 3rd floors of the library. If you have a difficulty locating books, feel free to ask any library staff.

G General geography, Atlases, Maps
GA Mathematical geography
GB Physical geography
GC Oceanography
GE Environmental sciecnes
GF Human ecology, Anthropogeography
GN Anthropology
GR Folklore
GT Manners and customs
GV Recreation. Leisure
HD Industries. Land use. Labor
HF Commerce
HT Communities. Classes. Races
QC851-999  Meteorology. Climatology
RA Public aspects of medicine
S590-599.9 Soils. Soil science
S622-627 Soil conservation and protection
TD Environmental technology

 

Find print books and ebooks

You can search books on the library website to see if it is available to check out. 

New Titles of Interest

How to read call numbers

Milne Library uses 'Library of Congress Classification (LCC)' to assign call numbers for books.

If the Call Number is G141 .B87 1993 (title: Historical geography : through the gates of space and time)

G141 describes the subject of the book. G141 is 'Historical geography'. Read the letter in alphabetical order and the number as a whole number

.B87 represents the author's last name. Read the letter alphabetically and the number as a decimal.

1993 represents the date of publication.

 

Interlibrary Loan

Milne Library doesn't hold the book you need?  You can request the book through Interlibrary loan. What is Interlibrary Loan (ILL)? Click the link below and find out about ILL.

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