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Finding Government Reports

Use Google Advanced search techniques to find government reports online.  To begin, look for the settings button (bottom right corner) or google Advanced Search.

Limit your results to pdf format (reports are often published as pdfs) by adding filetype:pdf to the search box.

Limit your results to a specific site by adding site: followed by a site or domain name to the search box. You can't limit to multiple site, this must be done one site at a time. Examples of sites where you can find relevant reports include: - federal forestry service - BC ministry of forests - fisheries and oceans - ministry of environment - forest practices board, BC - Pacific Fisheries Resource Conservation Council - Pacific Salmon Commission - national agriculture library (U.S.)

Example: to find reports on trout in the Fishery and Oceans library, you could enter the following terms in the Google search box:

trout filetype:pdf

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