Google Scholar allows you to locate resources such as articles, theses and books that you may be able to access through CSU Library's subscriptions and holdings. It is a useful search tool as it makes use of Google's sophisticated search algorithms, allows natural language searching, and locates related and citing articles.
It searches everything - unlike Primo Search which is set to search the Library's holdings only – so some resources will not be available to you.
Tip: Set your Google Scholar Library Links to access CSU Library's subscription resources using these instructions, or watch the adjacent Use Google Scholar video.
In the adjacent Google Scholar window try searching for the keywords effect soil texture.
Notice the number of results you get? Probably near 700 000? However these will not all be available to you through the Library's subscriptions and holdings. To reduce the number, try adding in extra keywords like Australia or a state of Australia, for example.
Note: Remember to enable Library Links in your Google Scholar settings to show & access CSU Library holdings.