The databases below will help you find articles. It is not an exhaustive list, but these are good places to start.
Because Environmental Science is multidisciplinary, you might find databases for cognate fields useful.
Review papers are good places to start to find out more about a topic. Scientific research articles are usually more focused. In a literature review, one should logically and systematically tie together different concepts and conclusions from scientific research articles.
Some databases give you the option of clicking to find related articles. Related articles can include articles cited in the article of interest (older articles), articles which cite the article of interest (new articles), and articles which have a large number of overlapping references.
If you have trouble access articles or databases from off-campus, make sure you have logged into the Baylor University Libraries. Try putting http://ezproxy.baylor.edu/login?url= in front of the URL which will prompt you for your BearID and password. For more information check out this page or the guide below