This guide provides general direction for bioregional research. The 7 sections of this guide suggest resources that may be applied apply to your bioregion.
- Keywords: Consider the many different ways to describe your bioregion
- State and federal government websites: Agencies and departments can provide a wealth of environmental information
- Books: Can provide broad overviews and detailed information about a location
- Articles: Often focus on a specific topic
- Community data: Environmental and social data provide information on areas of vulnerability
- Google Scholar: Can identify information outside of Griswold Library
- Maps: Provide diverse perspectives on a geographic location
Map: Ecoregions of the Continents by Robert G. Bailey. US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service 1995.