Use Google Scholar to search across many disciplines and locate resources such as articles, theses, books, and more. It allows natural language searching, forgives spelling errors, and helps to find related and citing material.
Google Scholar's limitations are that, unlike Primo Search, it searches beyond the Charles Sturt University Library's holdings and may find resources that are not available to you. It is also not as good at refining searches as Primo Search and the journal databases.
Watch the video to learn more about Google Scholar, including setting Scholar preferences to find Charles Sturt University Library links.
Or, try Google Scholar in the search box below.
There are 2 ways which you can use Google Scholar to connect to CSu Library collection of online journals/articles.
Clicking on the Find it at CSU link takes you to the Primo Search record for the article and then to the article in the database, where it is held.
Use the Advanced Search option to refine your search results.
In the Google Scholar search box, try typing in the keywords – invertebrate drift, stream, river, freshwater, running water, diel pattern (or other keywords that you identified in your topic analysis)
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