Subclass QH Natural History - Biology
QH1-278.5 Natural history (General)
QH1-(199.5) General (Including nature conservation, geographical distribution)
QH301-705.5 Biology (General)
QH705-705.5 Economic biology
See also Subclass QL Zoology
QL605-739.8 Chordates. Vertebrates
QL640-669.3 Reptiles and amphibians
QL750-795 Animal behavior
QL791-795 Stories and anecdotes
GF1-900 Human Ecology. Anthropogeography
GF51 Environmental influences on humans
GF75 Human influences on the environment
GF125 Cities. Urban geography
GF127 Rural settlements. Rural geography
GF500-900 By region or country
Print format books are available by searching the NSU online catalog (see the "NSU Libraries Home Page" link below).
Searches may be limited to just the Broken Arrow campus for convenience. Books available on the Tahlequah campus may be ordered for delivery to the Broken Arrow campus. It usually takes two to three days for materials to arrive via inter-campus mail.
Electronic books: EBSCO provides access to over 25,000 academic books to NSU students 24/7 (see the link below).
Materials unavailable at any NSU library may be obtained via Interlibrary Loan (ILL). Interlibrary loan is a free service that allows NSU patrons to borrow materials from other libraries.
Articles are delivered electronically and typically arrive within two days of placing the request. Allow approximately two weeks for books and other physical materials to be received. Be aware that requests are usually filled quickly, but can sometimes take longer. Request ILL items early! Check out the below link to access your interlibrary loan account.
Below are some targeted searches of the library's online catalog using the subject headings "ecology" and "habitat."
Here are the search results for books you will find in the Broken Arrow campus library . . .
Here are the search results for books you will find in the John Vaughan Library on the Tahlequah campus . . .
Here are some books in the NSU Broken Arrow Library's "reference" collection (these books do NOT checkout).
Here are the new science titles that have been added to the BA Collection recently.
Aerial photography in ecology
Arid regions ecology
Closed ecological systems
Communism and ecology
Ecological assessmnet (Biology)
Ecological family therapy
Ecological landscape design
Ecological risk assessment
Ecology in art
Ecology in literature
Ecology indigenous people
Ecology juvenile fiction
Ecology juvenile literature
Ecology North America
Ecology songs and music
Ecology statistical methods
Ecology study and teaching
Food chains (Ecology)
Global environmental change
Habitat partitioning (Biology)
Mud flat ecology
Pests -- Ecology
Radioactive tracers in ecology
Resource partitioning (Ecology)
Sand dune ecology
Tidal flat ecology
Tide pool ecology
Urban ecology (Biology)