Earth Day 2011: Free Access to EBSCO's GreenFILE Database
An impressive enviro database that’s free to use on Earth Day and every other day of the year.
GreenFILE also includes direct links to full text articles (look next to the bib record) that are published in open access journals.
Here’s a catalog description of GreenFILE:
GreenFILE, a freely accessible research database focusing on the relationship between human beings and the environment, with well-researched but accessible information on topics ranging from global warming to recycling to alternate fuel sources and beyond. Comprised of scholarly and general interest titles, as well as government documents and reports, GreenFILE offers a unique perspective on the positive and negative ways humans affect the ecology. Drawing on the connection between the environment and disciplines such as agriculture, education, law, health and technology, GreenFILE will serve as an’informative resource for anyone concerned about the issues facing our planet. GreenFILE’s initial release will include A&I for more than 600 titles, including comprehensive coverage – from to volume 1, issue 1 to present – for Bioscience (back to 1964), Conservation Biology (back to 1987), i>Journal of Ecology (back to 1913) and Journal of Environmental Planning & Management (back to 1948). The total number of records is approximately 295,000, and full text is provided for more than 4,600 records from open access titles.
Direct to GreenFILE at: www.GreenFileOnline.com.
GreenFILE is one of four online databases that EBSCO offers for free. Registration is NOT required.
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