Here is an extremely important book that illustrates the nature and use of sci-tech information in relation to the enviroment. Sci-tech librarians, government researchers, and compilers and editors of noted indexing/abstracting services describe the efforts of their organizations to compile, maintain, and disseminate the large body of sci-tech information devoted to environmental concerns. Relation of Sci-Tech Information to Environmental Studies includes informative chapters on: a description of the Environmental Protection Agency's network of 25 libraries throughout the country, including details of the services offered by the network and the collections of the ten regional libraries and 15 specialized or scientific libraries a review of the growth of the non-profit, non-advocacy Center for Environmental Information, Inc., with a look at its library and its programs such as the Acid Rain Information Clearinghouse an examination of the American Chemical Society's journals, books, newsletters, meeting abstracts, and other publications devoted to environmental matters a look at the Adirondack Research Center and its contributions to furthering the efforts of researchers who study conservation topics as they relate to this important area an acknowledgement of the important role played by commercial bibliographies and databases in the quest to rapidly disseminate new information on environmental issuesShe has held offices in the Massachusetts Health Sciences Libraries Network, Central Massachusetts Consortium of ... Melinda A. Novak (PhD, Wisconsin) is Chair of Psychology at U. Mass., Amherst, MA 01003 and a Visiting Professor at theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Relation of Sci-tech Information to Environmental Studies|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 1990|