When we search in QuickSearch (the box on the library's homepage), we first see a collection of results from different components of our online system:
You can also see specific search facets for dissertations, data sets, and databases in the full interface — we have many resources, all of which are available for you to use for your research.
If we view all results in Books+ (both the digital and print), we can go to a record to see what is available.
I've clicked on an item called Wind Cave National Park from 1972. It is located offsite and can be paged to any library.
Note that this is where you can find the "request for pickup" and "request scan of article/chapter" options. There are also subject headings that we can click on within the record to see what else is at the library on this topic.
While many things matched our original search, not all of them had been given that subject term.
We can also use the subject search feature to locate information about national parks in general. The best way to find a subject in the catalog is to just take note of the subjects applied to books that are relevant to you.