Journal databases are collections of journals, articles, conference papers, reports, and more, generally arranged by subject. Some will only list abstracts of their collection – ie, they will tell you about the item, but you have to find it somewhere else and some will hold the item itself. The strength of journal databases is that they are subject specific, they have many options for expanding or refining your search results, and they will link between themselves, so that an abstract found on one database can help you find the full text if it is held elsewhere.
Charles Sturt University subscribes to many Journal Databases on your behalf. These databases have been categorised by subject area to help you find what you're looking for more effectively. There are also some journal databases that Primo Search and Google Scholar cannot search.
Go to the ProQuest database, and try typing in – habitat; genetic; health (you may need to sign in first with your CSU username and password).
Journal databases can be complex and confusing! If you need more help, check out the Database Help Guide - it is a valuable resource and should help you with all your searching. Another good tip is, that most databases have their own help pages, these are usually found in the top right hand corner of your screen.