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Harvard University Library's Open Collections Program have brought together Philadelphia's yellow fever epidemic of 1793, London's Great Plague of 1665, and six other notable epidemics from world history. Contains historical pamphlets, serials, books, and manuscripts. Brief overviews of important concepts such as germ theory, public health, vaccination, medical geography, and humoral theory. For those with an interest in the history of medicine, public health, or diseases.
A multidisciplinary database supplying bibliographic information and abstracts for the Earth sciences, ecology,geomechanics, human geography, and oceanography. Includes refereed scientific papers; trade journal and magazine articles, product reviews, directories.Geobase has coverage of non-English language and less readily available publications including books, conference proceedings and reports. Multidisciplinary. Years of Coverage: 1973-present
Supports STEAM Education and Natural Resources and the Environment Research Clusters. A searchable collection of peer-reviewed journals and books in engineering and the sciences. Topics include: chemistry, engineering, environmental science, physics, astronomy, medicine, agriculture, and mathematics among others.