Southern Appalachia, a subregion of Appalachia, is an environmental victim of industrial forces. The region, once rich in natural resources that fulfill basic human needs, faces problems of scarcity, environmental degradation, and resource loss. If current industrial trends continue, the future of Southern Appalachia looks even more barren. One of the greatest challenges facing human kind today is rapid climate change. The Southern Appalachian Region is a major contributor to two factors that influence climate change: air pollution and global warming. Due to the US government's treatment of Appalachia as a colonial state, the exploitation of resources and people have left many dependent on an exploitive industrial sector, rather than on environmentally and economically sustainable resources. While some people in the region are conscious of the exploitive nature of the industrial sector, many in the region are unconscious or, rather, mislead. This project is designed to explore Southern Appalachian perspectives and politics in relationship to current environmental policy associated with climate change.
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World Cat. Access to over 36 million records of any type (books, journals, CDs, videos, etc.) cataloged by OCLC member libraries. Includes manuscripts written as early as the 11th century. Updated daily.
Applied Science and Technology Full Text. 1983-present (updated monthly)
Available on & off campus | Applied Science & Technology Abstracts covers more than 400 English language scholarly and trade journals in the general fields of engineering, computers, chemistry, applied mathematics, energy, and a wide variety of applied sciences. Abstracts begin with 1993. Bound: 1958-1995 (1983-1995 IN 1st FLOOR STORAGE). ASU REFERENCE: T1.A68.
Basic BIOSIS [computerfile]. FirstSearch, 1994-present (updated monthly)
Available on & off campus |
BasicBiosis contains citations, with abstracts, from 375 core life science journals. Subjects covered include biology, botany, ecology, environment, genetics, microbiology, biochemistry, and public health. ASU WEB ACCESS.
GEOBASE [computer file]. 1980-present (updated monthly) Available on & off campus GEOBASE contains citations, with abstracts from more than 2,100 international journals, books, theses, conference proceedings and reports in geography, geology, ecology, and related disciplines. ASU WEB ACCESS.
Science Direct [computer file]. Elsevier Science, Full Text, 1996-present.
A database of over 800 electronic journals covering Elsevier Science journals in the life, physical, medical, technical, and to a lesser extent social sciences. ASU WEB ACCESS
Appalachia: Journal of the Appalachian Region Commission. Washington, DC: Appalachian Regional Commission. Vol. 1, 1967 to present. Last received, April 2001. Published three times a year Jan- April 1996, Bimonthly September 1967-1986, Quarterly summer 1987-1995. ASU APP COLL STACKS: HC107 .A137 A3. Microfiche vol. 31 no.1, ASU PERIODICALS Y3.AP4 12:9-21.
Appalachian Journal: A Regional Studies Review. Boone, NC: Appalachian State University. v. 1, 1972 to present. ASU APP COLL STACKS: F216.2 .A66. Indexed in vols. 25:2, p 239; 25:4, p452; 24:3, p270-271, 350; 24:1 p106-9; 27:2, p216; 28:2, 265; 28:3, p398.
Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association. Johnson City, TN: Center for Appalachian Studies and Services. Lib has vols. 1- 7. ASU APP COLL STACKS: F217 .A65 J68.
Rural Sociology. Baton Rouge: Rural Sociology Section, American Sociological Society. Library has Microfilm: v.1-5, 1936-1940; v.13-31, 1948-1966. Bound: v.5-18, 1940-1953; v.25, 1960; v.31, 1966 to present. ASU PERIODICALS.
APPALNET: (a LISTSERV hosted by the University of Kentucky and operated by volunteers. Postings are restricted to LIST members but are un-moderated and unrestricted by editors. APPALNET subscribers offer and receive news about current issues gleaned from major newspapers in the region as well as information of interest to scholars, activists, and Appalachia-lovers both in and outside the region).
Center for Appalachian Studies and Service. http://www.cass.etsu.edu (East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN: "A hub of scholarly, educational and public service, and artistic projects addressing the needs and interests of the Appalachian region."
Highlander Research and Education Center . http://www.hrec.org (Since its founding in 1932 as the Highlander Folk School, the Center "has been dedicated to eliminating poverty and winning the right to genuine and meaningful democratic participation for all people ... by providing support to grassroots individuals and organizations working to address the profound inequities that are so deeply rooted in the political and economic structures and culture of Southern communities").
Samab (Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere) News. http://sunsite.utk.edu/samab/
SAMAB is public/private partnership that describes itself as a program to "promote the achievement of a sustainable balance between the conservation of biological diversity, compatible economic uses and cultural values across the Southern Appalachians. ASU APP COLL STACK.
Public forum (sound recording): Appalachia citizen action to preserve the environment. Lexington: Appalachian Center, 1989?. ASU APP COLL REC TAPE.
Science and Public Policy [videorecording]/ produced and directed by Linda Coutan t. Appalachian State University: Boone, NC, 2000. ASU APP COLL VIDEO VC 114.
Our Choices [videorecording]: lifestyles and environmental consequences/ produced by Linda Coutant; directed by John Watkins. Appalachian State University: Boone, NC, 2001. ASU DVD/FILM/VIDEO VC 10795.
Compiler: Vanessa G. Hill, 7 November 2001