Use these Library of Congress Subject Headings to help maximize your searches on online catalogs and databases regarding the topic of Florida's Environment & Natural History:
Conservation of Natural Resources -- Florida
Ecology -- Environmental Sciences
Environment -- Florida
Libraries -- Special Collections -- Conservation of Natural Resources
When you are visiting the Tampa campus library, these Library of Congress classification codes will help you narrow down your browsing area for materials related to Florida's Environment and Natural History:
GE1-350 (Environmental Sciences)
GF51 (Environmental Influences on Humans)
GF75 (Human Influences on the Environment)
QH1-278.5 (Natural History - General)
QH301-705.5 (Biology - General)
QK1-474.5 (Botany - General)
QK1-991 (Zoology - General)
S900-972 (Conservation of Natural Resources - Including Land Conservation)
SB481-486 (Parks & Public Reservations)
SD411-428 (Forestry - Conservation & Protection - Including Fires and Forest Reserves)
A resource guide compiled by USF Sarasota-Manatee librarians that lists useful links and information related to their resident population of gopher tortoises. FLENH is actively working with this group to archive and promote these materials.
The DHHC utilizes 3D digital technologies, visualization, and Global Information Systems (GIS) to help preserve and protect important cultural and natural heritage sites. This link highlights several projects that the DHHC has translated into digital format. Specific projects related to FLENH include geohazards and national parks.
The DHHC has also created a 3D collection that showcases important biological specimens that are fully annotated, optimized for virtual reality, and are able to be 3D printed. Some featured specimens include corals, shark jaws, skeletons, conches, and shells.