The first step finding published material on your topic is to use a finding aid like the databases to the left. If you are unsure where to start, below is a quick guide to the databases to the left (for more information about a database click the information icon next to the title).
The second step is identifying a source for the material that you find. With full-text resources, this may be the same tool as you used in step one. For others, the FindIt@GT Link or button can allow you to identify whether the resource is available electronically, in print, or if you may need to request it through another library.
Current awareness and Table of Contents services can help keep you up-to-date in your field through periodic searches in databases or email delivery of the Table of Contents for the latest journals.
The links below begin with a link to the GT Library eJournal page an excellent starting place to search for a journal title and to identify its availability to the GT community.
Following that link are subject links to open-access journals that relate to Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.
Finally, several individual open-access journals are highlighted. Please send me an email, or leave a comment below if you have other open-access favorites that you would like to share on this guide.