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Wild Water: Drinking Water Sources (part 2 of 6)

The Princeton University Library provides print and digital library materials from chemistry and geosciences collections specific to the interactions of natural resources and the water-use cycle, including drinking water. In celebration of Drinking Water Week 2024, Chemistry, Geosciences and Environmental Studies Librarian, Emily Wild, is offering a series of six sessions with the learning objectives of finding library research materials to :

- Deepen an awareness of water-withdrawal sources used for drinking water.

- Explore local and regional bodies of water for water-supply research inquiries.

- Find historical land-use information near water resources for drinking water.  

- Discover the differences between bottled water from source water and public-water supplies.

- Obtain original and variant hydrologic names for historical research.   

Related LibGuide: Drinking Water Week 2024 by Emily Wild

Thursday, May 2, 2024
11:00am - 11:30am
  First-Year Graduate Students     Independent Scholar / Outside Researcher     Member of the Public     Princeton Alumni     Princeton Faculty/Researcher     Princeton Staff     Princeton Student  
  Navigating the Library  

Registration is required. There are 29 seats available.

To request disability-related accommodations for this event, please contact pulcomm@princeton.edu at least 3 working days in advance.