A search in the library catalog will lead you to "catalog records" for books. These records will tell you information about the book, including all of the information you need to cite the book. It will also tell you the location of the book, the call number (which gives you the location on the shelf), and if the book is available or checked out.
Be sure to look at the subjects assigned to the book. These can lead you to other great resources.
Remember, you may want to use truncation and search for climat*. Library of Congress often uses the term climatic changes instead of climate change, so climat* will return results for either climatic or climate.
The Alkek Library uses the Library of Congress classification system. This groups books about subjects in the same location. Most of the print books about climatology will be in the QCs. However, the social, economic, and political effects of climatological phenomena may be in different call number ranges.
Types of Searches
Here are some examples of climatology books. You can find these by searching the library catalog. Remember, you may want to use truncation and search for climat*. You may also want to use synonyms, related terms, or narrower terms when you search.