December 1, 2015

A New Compilation of Open Web Resources From the National Library of Medicine: “Climate Change”

Here’s a new collection of open web resources about climate change compiled by Specialized Information Services division at the National Library of Medicine in Bethesda, MD.

This resource debuted online about two weeks ago.

Links to web resources (including some full text reports) are organized into the following categories:

  • Overview
  • Glossaries
  • Specific Impacts
  • Law, Policy, and Regulation
  • Educational Material
  • Topic-related Searches of National Library of Medicine Resources
  • Blogs, News, Podcasts and Vid
  • Video
  • Información en Español

Direct to Climate Change Compilation

See Also: More Environmental Health and Toxicology Web Resource Compilations from the Specialized Information Resources team at NLM.

See Also: NEW From USGS:  “National Climate Change Viewer” Enables Focus on Future Climate-Driven Changes for U.S. Watersheds at Local Levels

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