1. Google - Searching Google first will allow you to collect some general information to get you familiar with your topic. Also, try Google Advanced Search. Using Google Advanced Search allows you to limit to a dot.gov or dot.org domain, which is likely to return more credible results.
2. Google Scholar- This is Google's specialized search for finding scholarly (a.k.a. peer-reviewed) articles.
3. Quick Search-This is the search box on Cline Library's home page. When you run searches, make sure you use the option on the left to Expand My Results:
4. EBSCO Databases - There are several databases from this company that will be useful to search. You can search them individually or all at once. Here are the links to search them individually:
6. Web of Science- This is an excellent, multi-disciplinary database of (mostly) peer-reviewed articles.
7. OSTI.gov-This is a database of scientific and technical information emanating from Department of Energy (DOE) funded research and development activities at DOE national laboratories and facilities and at universities and other institutions nationwide. Depending on which paper you are working on, you can run searches on your resource, industry, power plant,or country.