1. Choose the right database. This should be easy with the great assortment we offer.
2. Construct a great keyword search. It probably won't be the first one you try.
3. Analyze your results. Use facets to narrow your results, and additional keywords to modify your search.
3. Leverage every great article into more. Follow references and citations to get other relevant articles.
4. Keep your articles organized with RefWorks.
Keyword searching (generally) works best for finding articles on a topic
If you get too many results, try limiting to a particular subject - usually there is a list of subject links on one side of the screen.
The same tricks to help you find books in the catalog, will help you find articles
(co-digestion or codigestion)
leachate and recirculation
produc* (finds produce, produces, product, production, etc.)
Put it all together:
(co-digestion or codigestion) and produc* and biogas and "methane yield"