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Indexes and Databases for Finding Forestry Career Information

    AGRICOLA contains citations to journal articles, extension documents, government reports, books, theses, audiovisual materials, and patents back to 1970. It includes information about U.S. parks and recreation.
  • Business Source Complete (EBSCO)
    Contains coverage of the commercial aspects of forestry, including the forest products industry. Try various combinations of searches, for example: jobs and forestry, occupations and forestry, careers and forestry.
  • CAB Abstracts (EBSCO)
    CAB covers all aspects of agriculture including forestry. It includes international publications. Tip: Use employment as a search term, for example, forest recreation and employment. Some other terms to try: agroforestry, urban forestry, forest management, fire control, forest fires, etc.
  • Environment Index (EBSCO)
    Covers environmental sciences journals and magazines. To search for career information, use searches including careers or career development or occupations or vocational guidance, for example: forest* and career, forestry and vocational guidance.

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