HV 8073 = Crime investigation (forensic science)
LD 2602. J3 = science and other theses by John Jay master's students.
Q Science (General)
QH Natural history (General) and Biology (General)
QM Human anatomy
RA 1001 - RA 1171 = Forensic medicine, medical jurisprudence, legal medicine.
RA 1190 - RA 1270 = Toxicology, poisons.
RB 57 = Autopsies.
ZA 3201 to 3250 = internet.
And to help you find the book on the shelf, here's How to read call numbers in Academic Libraries (from the University System of Georgia)
Not everything is digitized! But we do have many electronic books. All are listed in the library discovery tool, OneSearch, and can be read off-campus by John Jay students, faculty & staff.
Bookshelf from NCBI A growing collection of e- books hosted by the National Center for Biotechnology Information, mainly in the fields of life sciences and health care. Free to everyone on the web.
FORENSICnetBASE ebooks collection is now merged with the larger Taylor & Francis collection. Access limited to John Jay users.
Multiple disciplines, including some science:
Proquest ebook Central (formerly ebrary) Collection of 44,000 ebooks on scholarly subjects. Covers a range of disciplines, including some science. Access limited to John Jay users.
Ebsco e-books (formerly NetLibrary) Nearly 6,000 commercially published electronic books. Covers a range of disciplines, including some science. Access limited to John Jay users.