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Field of Green: Renewable Energy Research on the Web
"This webliography provides an introductory guide to renewable energy news sources, journals, databases, and scholarly research. This compilation first provides links to renewable energy general resources, then focuses on specific types of renewable energy, in particular biofuels, biomass, geothermal, photovoltaic, and wind power. Different aspects of each of these are also taken into account, from how to engineer to industry profiles."
Nuclear Energy: Library of Congress Science Tracer Bullets Online
"This guide to nuclear energy is not intended as a comprehensive bibliography, but highlights selected works about the production, distribution, and transmission of nuclear energy."
Solar Energy Update: LoC Science Tracer Bulletin
"While the emphasis is on four topics–solar heating and cooling; photovoltaics and solar cells; solar thermal engineering; and solar building design, many of the sources listed in the Abstracting and Indexing Services section also include references to literature on other aspects of solar energy and their applications. Not intended to be a comprehensive bibliography, this guide is designed--as the name of the series implies--to put the reader “on target.”"
Research guide from Oregon State with information on finding books, articles (databases), journals, and organizations about water.
What You Need to Know About Energy
"The National Academies, advisers to the nation on science, engineering, and medicine, provide the facts about energy—a complex issue that affects us as individuals and as a nation." Sections include Uses, Sources, Costs, and Efficiency.