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The Environment subject guide covers resources in the very broad and interdisciplinary field of the Environment, and is a useful starting point for environmental research.

Environment Research Guide

Use this guide to help you identify important resources to assist with your environmental research.

Click on links to the left to locate different types of resources. 

The study of the environment is inherently interdisciplinary and this guide can be viewed as providing a broad starting point to environmental research.

Introduction - Spring 2021

Welcome to the Spring 2021 semester.  Please refer to the library homepage (COVID banner) for all news of Howe library operations during this time.  

All services and assistance are available to you.  Please watch my introductory video below, introducing myself to you.  I am the library subject specialist for Environment and look forward to meeting you and working with you.

The UVM Libraries provide access to hundreds of databases and thousands of scholarly journals to support your research.  In addition, you can locate many books and e-books through CATQuest, and use materials electronically available on course reserve for your classes.

Use the green "Connect off campus" button on the library homepage and login with your UVM netID and password to access all of UVM LIbraries resources from off-campus. 

Use our Ask A Librarian services to ask your questions and get the help you need.

Introducing myself (3 minute video)


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Laurie Kutner
Laurie Kutner
David W. Howe Memorial Library
University of Vermont
Burlington, VT 05405
(802) 656-2213
Skype: laurie.kutner

Liaison to:
Honor's College; Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources; Environmental Program; Anthropology; Geography; Global and Regional Studies