Grey literature is anything that is published outside of traditional publishing spheres. It can be tricky to find grey literature because it is not kept in the regular places you look for information. However, it may be the only source of information for a particular question. When using grey literature, always make sure to test the credibility before using it!
Grey literature can be difficult to find, so asking for help at the library is a good idea. Below are some starting points to find grey literature.
A good starting point for reports and data is the Map & Data Library:
You can use these guides to help you find different types of reports or data:
Other websites that might be useful:
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