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Natural Sciences: Conservation: Academic Resources

Introduction to Academic Resources

The sources found here are scholarly publications on and related to the topic of Conservation. The following resources will allow you to locate sources have been written and published by researchers in the field. 

Databases - Check out the databases here if you need to research topics in Conservation. 

Journals -  The selection of journals provided here are a collection of some impactful journals in the field of conservation

  • For how to use academic sources see Researching a Topic for tips on filtering and searching for information. 


These databases are a collection of research that focuses on the study in Biology and Biodiversity. For broader databases have a look in Core Resources for more multidisciplinary databases that cover all topics under Natural Sciences and beyond. 

Citation Metrics are a measure of how many times a resource has been used or 'cited' in other works, and where they have been cited. If you are looking for impactful research or highly ranked Journals use these services to compare. 

Abstract and citation databases are services that present the citation connections of published articles in a field and compare their citation indexes with other published works. 

You can use the following databases to look for well cited research, literature or authors.