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Sample UNH Library Subject Searches
Click on the subjects below to search the UNH Library
You can limit any subject search after you get your initial results by clicking on the Limit/Sort Search
Icon in the catalog:
Limits include library collection, year of
publication, words in title or author, etc. For help, contact the Engineering & Physical Sciences
Librarian or the Engineering, Math & Computer Science Library.
Most environmental engineering books are classified in the TA or TD call number ranges. It is an interdisciplinary field, so materials may be in several areas. Catalog searches help you to find materials that are not all in one place. E-books and print books are all in the UNH Library Catalog.
When you read a call number (we use the Library of Congress system), go line by line:
Note: .W45 acts like a decimal number. The W just keeps things in alphabetical order. So, .W45 is shelved after .W427 and before .W5
A few call number examples to show general classifications:
GB621-628 Wetlands (in general; not wetland restoration)
RA591-598.5 Water supply in relation to public health
TA170-171 & TD145-146 Environmental engineering & technology in general
Allows searches of the contents of institutional repositories which may contain dissertations that are not available through the Digital Dissertations database. Repositories contents are not limited to dissertations; to limit your search add "dissertation" or "thesis" to your keywords in the search box.
This list is produced by an automated search. Some books on this list may still be in processing, but you can place a hold if desired. These books fit the Engineering call numbers, but the books may be in any of the Durham campus libraries.