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Library Guides

Developed by UB subject librarians, these guides provide information on using library resources.


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Geography - Human

A listing of the top resources, databases, web resources, encyclopedias, directories & library guides.


Geography - Physical

A listing of the top resources, databases, web resources, encyclopedias, directories & library guides.


Geography & Maps: Selected Resources

Here are a selection of resources in Geography, Cartography, Maps, and GIS. Links are to University at Buffalo Libraries, UB, and to websites worldwide.


Geology

A listing of the top resources, databases, web resources, encyclopedias, directories & library guides.


Geology: Guide to Research

This guide is a bibliography listing some of the resources that are available in Geology at the Silverman Library.


GIS Data Resources

GIS data sets for use in GIS applications and related materials are available here


GIS: ESRI Virtual Campus Courses & ArcGIS Software

GIS Training is available at no cost to all UB Faculty, Staff and Students as a benefit through our campus-wide site license with ESRI, the Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc.


GLY 501: Elements of Geological Research


GMELIN Handbook of Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry - Complete Catalog 1997/98 (PDF)


Gmelin Handbook of Inorganic Chemistry: A User' Guide

A guide to searching the print reference source, Gmelin Handbook, covering inorganic and organometallic compounds. The multi-volume handbook is located in the Science & Engineering Information Center, Silverman Library, University at Buffalo.


Government Agencies


Government Budgets, Finances, Expenditures, and Employment


Government Documents Information

A description of the Government Documents Collection in the Libraries. It is open to students, faculty, and the general public during all hours the Libraries are open.


Guide to Library Research in Robotics

A selected listing of resources available in the Libraries and on the Internet in robotics.