Writing on energy-related topics?
If so, you really should try GREENR for academic journal articles, news stories, case studies, podcasts, conference papers, websites, blogs, encyclopedia articles, and more.
Meanwhile, have you seen our Energy, Resources, and Environment research guide?
- Focusing on an issue? Try using the "Browse Topics" feature.
- Focusing on a particular country? Go to the World Map, look for the "Browse" drop-down menu and select "Countries".
New Spring '11: Six electronic resources from SAIS Library
LatinobarómetroNew databases this semester...
Columbia Gazetteer of the World is now available online to the Hopkins community.
CSMAR (China Stock Market & Accounting Research) offers data on the China stock markets. To access CSMAR, log in to Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS). Note: if you have not used WRDS before, you will need to register for an account.
EBL Books is a web-based e-book lending platform. Thousands of online academic books are available for reading on or offline. Titles also appear in the JHU Libraries Catalog and are available for short-term “loan.” For more details about EBL, click here. HathiTrust Digital Library, a project similar to Google Books, brings together the immense collections of key research libraries in digital form. The JHU Libraries are now a HathiTrust member, granting us access to the entire collection. You must login with your JHED login and password to have access to the entire site.Japan Knowledge is a collection of Japanese language encyclopedias, language, historical and geographical dictionaries as well as biographical resources. It also contains news and intelligence databases. Latinobarómetro (see image above) is an annual public opinion survey including over 19,000 interviews conducted in 18 Latin American countries.
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New Spring '11: Library staff
joined the Library’s staff in November as a technical services and electronic reserves assistant. He will also staff the Circulation Desk selected Saturdays and evenings. David graduated from the University of Maryland, where he worked for two years as a student assistant in McKeldin Library's Reference Department. He also interned at the Folger Shakespeare Library.
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New Spring '11: Database enhancements
China Data Online's new module, DemographicsNow China, offers rich demographic and business information for all 31 provinces, 345 prefecture cities, 2,873 counties, and over 50,000 townships.
CountryData, available through the Economist Intelligence Unit’s suite of databases, has added 50 countries to its database, for a total of 201.
EASI Market Planner is a new component of LexisNexis Statistical DataSets, providing data on US. consumer demographics and usage/spending patterns by state, county, census group, and block. Although the EASI module is limited to U.S. data, you can create customized tables, graphs and charts from a wide range of data resources, including World Bank, United Nations, U.S. government agencies, China Data Center, World Resources Institute and more.
Mergent Online, a key resource for business research, has new content, including:• Industry reports for Latin America (in addition to Europe, North America, and Asia/Pacific)
• 30 years of daily historical stock pricing
• Enhanced searchability of both U.S. and international companiesStatesman’s Yearbook Online, a major reference source for country information and data since 1864, is now available in full text back to its first volume, providing a valuable tool for historical research.
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