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This guide is a resource for the U of S Signature Research Area of Energy and Mineral Resources: Technology and Public Policy for a Sustainable Environment
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This guide was created by UofS librarians to support students and researchers involved in the Signature Research Area Energy and Mineral Resources: Technology and Public Policy for a Sustainable Environment


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World Energy Outlook
Call Number: [online]
Publication Date: 1999 - present

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Encyclopedia of energy
Call Number: TJ163.28 .E53 2004 [Engineering Library, 6vols]
ISBN: 012176480X

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Energy in Canada - Peter R. Sinclair
Call Number: HD9502 .C32S56 2011 [Murray Library]
ISBN: 9780195433869

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Encyclopedia of Energy Engineering and Technology
Call Number: [e-book]
ISBN: 9780849336539

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EIA Energy Glossary
Call Number: [online]

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