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Where to find academic articles:
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Jennifer Lantrip, Research & Instruction Librarian
Most Widely Used Stream Classification System
Stream Ordering System
Evaluate Your Sources -- Library Research Tutorial: Is the source that you found relevant and credible for your topic?
Sources for Data Collection and Analysis:
Sources to "explain why we assign streams a standard classification using examples from management and/or conservation of water resources and/or aquatic ecosystems":
It's best not to use copyrighted images in your presentations because you count on someone asking you to share your presentation with them by email, the Web, or another method of publication. Unless you know that an image is in the public domain ir has a Creative Commons license, you can assume that it is under copyright. You would need to first ask the creator of the copyrighted image for permission. Thus, it is easier to find images that are in the public domain or are licensed for you to use them with Creative Commons licenses.
How to find images that are "labeled for reuse" on Google Image Search:
When you go to the image, check to see what the usage rights are. For example, whether it is in the public domain or whether it is licensed by a Creative Commons license. Make sure to follow the the instructions for providing attribution and anything else required by the license. For example, here are the terms for the CC BY Attribution 4.0 International License.
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