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Arctic Strategy, Security, Policy: Finding Resources: Start Here

Use this page to begin your research on the Arctic.  Tabs across the top link you to  hints on finding your own sources, and you'll see some Books & eBooks to get you thinking about this topic.

The Arctic: Start your Research

Here you will learn how to find resources to assist you with your projects and coursework, whether you are on or off campus.

1. From the Marshall Center homepage, look for Related Sites, then click on GlobalNet.

2. Sign in with your username & password.

3. Click on the Library tab. 

4. Scroll down.  You can begin searching in the Catalog if you type in your keywords and click GO.  Or, click on Databases to see a list.


Pro Tip

Put words in "quotation marks" to search for phrases:

  • "climate impact assessment"
  • "Arctic drilling"
  • "Arctic security"
  • "Arctic strategy"
  • "Arctic Council"
  • "strategy development"
  • "policy analyses" or "policy analysis"

A few suggestions


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