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Animal Science

This web page is designed to introduce you to scientific and technical literature in animal science, strategies for searching the literature in those areas, and research tools available to assist in conducting a search.

Finding NMSU Dissertations and Theses Online

NMSU Dissertations are available full-text online through the Dissertations@NMSU database. This database offers full-text to all doctoral dissertations dating back to the 1960s and masters theses from 2019 to the present.  Pre-2019 theses from NMSU are can be searched  in the Library catalog.  Copies of theses and dissertations can be purchased from ProQuest through this database.

Finding Print Copies of Dissertations and Theses

The easiest way to look up print copies of dissertations and theses (this is the only way an NMSU Thesis can be found), as well as dissertations and theses prior to 1960, is to do a title or author search in the library catalog.  To find hard copy dissertations on particular topics, visit the NMSU Library Catalog, click "Advanced Search" and change the "Resource Type" field to "Dissertations." 

You can also use the Resource Type "Dissertations" to filter search results.

NMSU keeps two copies of all doctoral dissertations and theses. One copy is a "library use only" copy kept in Branson Special Collections. The circulating copies are kept in the Zuhl library.

Call Numbers for NMSU Animal Science Print Dissertations and Theses

Animal and Range Sciences


SF 1998

Animal and Range Sciences


SF 1999