Here are databases and websites you can use for research on the environment and pollution. There are many helpful resources here that you are encouraged to use, but you are also encouraged to use books and other digital resources that you find useful.
"Pollution" is okay to use as a general subject topic in a database, but you will need to use more specific terms to generate effective internet search results.
Full-text magazines, academic journals, news articles, primary source documents, images, videos, audio files and links to vetted website
PowerSearch of all Gale Database products and materials available to NYS residents
Destiny Media Catalog includes links to videos and ebooks along with information on books in our local collection
Public databases include access to USA.Gov search engine and Science.gov which access a vast number of U.S. agencies and their databases of information.
Updated source of science news, research, and discoveries.
Information about the issues, the science, and the laws that effect human health and the environment.
Look at any ecosystem and there could be multiple forms of contamination . . . Even landscapes that appear pristine can experience the effects of pollution . . a look at the facts and the effect upon animals
A directory of websites affiliated with pollution and solutions
Facts and arguments on current events topics and social issues.
Info for middle and high school covering . . . green living, . . . and more.
Resource covering environmental issues and green living practices including environmental impacts and governmental regulations.
Inspires elementary and middle school learners about key life science topics including animals; classification; endangered and extinct species; food chains and food webs; green living; habitats and ecosystems; the human body; life cycles; plants; and survival and adaptation.
Use "specific terms" that you hope to find in results. Do not type questions! The search - "red tide" killed fish - results in much better information than - how many fish does the red tide kill
GreenFacts publications are faithful summaries of international scientific reports, peer-reviewed by independent experts.
This website tells how DEC controls chemicals and pollutants, and how spills and hazardous waste sites are cleaned up.
National Geographic Environment Home Page.
State of the air report 2016 - report, rankings, & risk
Find information on health conditions, wellness issues, and more in easy-to-read language on MedlinePlus, the up-to-date, trusted health information site from the NIH and the National Library of Medicine.
Online research tool to track sources, take notes, create outlines, collaborate with classmates, and format and print your bibliography or Works Cited