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This guide is targeted at the paleontology community at Yale, which is part of the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences. On this guide, you will find:
- Where to go to find relevant print and electronic resources (including historical materials on the HathiTrust).
- Information about how to contact the Earth & Planetary Sciences subject librarian, Kayleigh Bohémier.
- How to locate journal articles and metrics.
- How to make requests for resources to your librarian.
Image credit: OC Marsh, for the USGS 16th Annual Report. (1896) An illustration of Stegosaurus ungulatus.
This guide exists so you can navigate the complex print and electronic book environment to locate the materials you need for your research.
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