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Research in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology: A Guide for Cornell EEB Graduate Students: Home

This guide provides an overview of and introduction to the key resources and services available to Cornell graduate students in the life sciences.

Passkey & Other Tools from the Library

Thesis Tool:  Searching the library catalog for theses and dissertations within a specific department can be tricky.  Thesis Tool allows you to choose from a list of academic disciplines, and view the matching items in the library catalog.

 

The off-campus Passkey bookmarklet helps you connect to databases and journals without going through the library web site.

 

 

CUL New Books lists books, e-books, and other monographs that have recently been added to the Cornell University Library collections.

 

 

 JAbbr is an online tool that helps you quickly decipher journal title abbreviations.

GET YOUR ORCID iD

Cornell's ORCID site makes registering for your ORCID iD and linking it to your Cornell identity easy!
Cornell-ORCID integration
* A short (1:26) video demo is available.

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Retrieved from the Special Sesquicentennial Colloquium Series and the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology's (EEB) celebration of its 50th year.  http://150.as.cornell.edu/eeb.cfm 

Welcome to the library guide for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology graduate students. Here you will find information regarding library resources, including the top scholarly journals in your field, citation management software, and library tools to make your life easier! 

Online Tutorials

Erica Johns

Erica Johns
Contact:
Mann Library
607-255-0158
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Mann Library

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Mann Library supports the instruction, research, and extension programs of Cornell University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and College of Human Ecology.

No matter where you are in the research process, we encourage you to ask for information consulting services. Email us your question or request a consultation. Reference librarians are here to assist.