You will need to register for this set of resources from LexisNexis - one of its specialized communities with a focus on Environmental Law and Climate Change/Global Warming. Profiles many legal cases, blogs and information sources on national & international relevance to topic.
Researchers searching ArchiveGrid can learn about the many items in each of these collections, contact archives to arrange a visit to examine materials, and order copies. Contains broad databases available to historical research.
Free current real estate news content with coverage of Orange County, Southern California and coverage of other major cities. Provides news, features, deal tracking, resources and updates from the commercial and residential markets.
Search selected collections from MOAC partner institutions. This resource currently includes 75,000 records and images from 11 California cultural institutions presented online by the California Digital Library.
The Quest for Peace Interviews are collections of half-hour interviews with a wide range of world-renowned experts such as Condoleezza Rice, Norman Cousins, John Kenneth Galbraith and Julian Bond on the pursuit of lasting world peace in a nuclear age.
Tox Town is designed to provide information on: everyday locations where you might find toxic chemicals, non-technical descriptions of chemicals, links to selected, authoritative chemical information on the Internet, etc.
How to evaluate information - Currency, Relevance, Authority, Accuracy, Purpose - to reduce unreliable information, contributing to fake news
Framing the Research Question - focus on what you want to know and how information will be collected - start from an outline; state the hypothesis so it can be accepted or rejected by the evidence you collect (Sage Research Methods Online)
Consider how you account for gender, other population criteria such as age/lifespan, race,ethnicity, sexuality, socioeconomic, legal status, refugee; geography - where is the work being studied; what about any bias
Analytical methods - quantitative or qualitative approach
Theoretical constructs to contextualize ideas - what social theories define purpose; social underpinnings; chronology / dateline
Classic works - summaries (Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences,
Spatial relationships - depending on data in a specific location, environment - GIS generated? Examples may be to include concepts of neighborhood, framework, incorporate census data for population, education, housing, incarcerated, employment, etc
Noting core literature - adding how it was applied in different settings - use Research Guides