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Environment and Geography


Welcome to your online guide to finding resources for Environmental Science, Environmental Economics and Ecology, and Environmental Geography

Supporting you during the Coronavirus outbreak

During the Coronavirus outbreak there will likely be changes to the Library that will affect what services and materials are available to you. Please be assured that we’re here to help and will continue to support you in your studies throughout this period. The video on the right explains what support is available.

You can contact the Academic Liaison team at for help via email or to arrange an appointment via video chat or telephone. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you need support.

We have developed a guide with FAQs to help you at this time. Remember to keep checking the University’s Coronavirus updates for the latest information.

Your Liaison Librarians

Vanya Gallimore
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Dave Curtis
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General enquiries:

+44 (1904) 32 3891

Book an appointment:
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Welcome to the Subject Guide for Environment & Geography

 Welcome to the Subject Guide for Environment & Geography!

On these pages you should find everything you need to study successfully at York. All the key online journals and databases are linked from the Find resources tab, and you can also find information on organising and evaluating your work.

We're here to help you to access the range of resources available at York and to make the most of the information at your fingertips. We've put together a load of #UoYTips on how to get started: see the special Subject Guide, or just search for the hashtag.

In the meantime, watch the video below to see more of what we can offer you.

Trial of new GIS resource

We're looking for people to try out the new JISC Geospatial Data Service. We're running a trial of this until July 2020.

We'd really like to know what you think about the resource and how it compares to using the Digimap service that we provide through the Library. 

Tell us what you think using our feedback form

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