Introduction to Environmental Studies Library Research: Water Use and Availability

Dec 8, 2023, 2:30 pm3:30 pm
Online Event


Event Description

This 60-minute workshop is an introduction and overview on how to find publications, raw data, models and modeled data, and other sources for environmental studies research for water use (public supply, self supply, industrial, irrigation, livestock, aquaculture, energy, mining, other uses) and water availability (freshwater and saltwater). Join Chemistry, Geosciences and Environmental Studies Librarian, Emily Wild, on this virtual journey of print and digital library materials from Princeton University Library's geosciences and environmental collections. Bibliographic databases and access to full-text publication sources will include geological surveys, geosciences societies, environmental consultants, mining companies, and other information sources available for Earth's water cycle. 

Related LibGuide: A Library Research Guide for Geosciences by Emily Wild



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