GEOG 3597.03

Environmental Citizenship

Head of Geology Library & Map Room
Mathematical Sciences Librarian
Science Education Specialist

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Danny Dotson
180E Geology Library
Orton Hall

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Class Books

Climate leviathan : a political theory of our planetary future

Print book (will be in Thompson Circulation Desk - Course Reserves)

This Changes Everything : capitalism vs. the climate

Print book (will be in Thompson Circulation Desk - Course Reserves)

This Changes Everything : capitalism vs. the climate

Ebook - limited to one user at a time

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Articles: Geography & All Topic


Google Scholar covers a wide range of topics.

Use the above link to you can make sure Google Scholar works best for you on or off campus.  In order to better use it, connect it to OSU by going to Settings > Library links (on left) and then search for Ohio StateCheck the option The Ohio State University Libraries - Find It @ OSU.


Articles: Environmental & Earth Sciences

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Writing & Communicating Your Research


Important Citation Advice:

  • If you are not required to use a specific style, pick a style and stick to it. 
  • Some resources may provide a citation for you to use - these provided citations may be in different styles, so do not copy/paste without editing to be in the style being used.
  • See below for options to get guides and tools for formatting bibliographies and proper citation methods.
  • Choose a Citation Manager and stick with it. The OSU Libraries has access to RefWorks and EndNote. Zotero is a popular free tool. This guide will focus on RefWorks. A Citation guide allows you to organize your multiple research projects/courses and output bibliographies, also offering option to integrate into Wordd.
  • ALWAYS check the quality of any output citation against the item used (not the database you found it in or another work's bibliography). No tool is perfect and another work's bibliography may have errors. 

Choosing Citation Styles in RefWorks

When you go to output your citation (click on the symbol that looks like quotation mark), you can choose a citation style from MANY different options. For example, you can search for American Geophysical Union (AGU) and then choose that option. You can click on the star so it's among your defaults.  

RefWorks screen where you can choose specific styles

The most common citation styles are APA, MLA, and Chicago.