"Established in 1964 by the UW Water Resources Institute, the Wisconsin Water Library (formerly known as the Water Resources Library) is unique among UW-Madison's many libraries for its collection of 30,000 volumes about the waters of Wisconsin and the Great Lakes. The library's mission is to collect, preserve and provide science-based resources in support of the UW Aquatic Sciences Center and the two programs it administers, the Water Resources Institute and the Sea Grant Institute... The Wisconsin Water Library is a service of the University of Wisconsin Water Resources and Sea Grant Institutes for UW faculty, staff and students and those interested in the Great Lakes and water resources. The library is housed in the UW-Madison Aquatic Sciences Center. " -- https://waterlibrary.aqua.wisc.edu/about/ (accessed October 10, 2018).
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