Biome Map
Science Reference Center The Science Reference Center, GreenFile or Environment Complete are great places to begin your research.  Visit our Database page to access all our science and environment resources.
See library staff for the password and login.
After searching, use the limiting options on the left to refine your search for Full Text and articles published in the last 3 to 5 years.
 Search the Catalog The library has a varied collection to help you with your research. If you can't find what you are looking for, ask and we can help you find something here or in another library.
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You will need a library card to access  some of these resources.  If you don't have one, visit our Other Libraries page for more information.
 World Wide WebWWW The Encyclopedia of the Earth--from Texas Tech University
Habitats--from National Geographic!
The Major Biomes--from WGBH Education Foundation and Pearson Education. Good, basic information on biome location, abiotic factors, dominant flora and fauna, etc.
Major Biomes of the World--from the World Wildlife Fund.
Mission: Biomes--from NASA's Earth Observatory. The Features tab has great information to help you with your research.
The World's Biomes--from the University of California Museum of Paleontology.
Other Libraries
 Use local, state and national libraries to do your research. You can have books from all over the state sent to your local branch for check out!
Writing Resources
This page gives you access to citation makers, style guides and our  Web Site Evaluation Checklist.

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