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Indigenous Women in STEM Part 1: Background

By: India-Bleu Niehoff, Water Library Student Assistant Introduction  There has been a long history of Indigenous knowledge being ignored, denied and outright lambasted. It has been posited as being diametrically […]

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Banned Books Week 2023!

by India-Bleu Niehoff Banned Books Week began in 1982, in response to a surge of book bans and challenges. It was specifically started by Judith Krug, a librarian and strong […]

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Mr. Jaffe Goes to Washington

(editor’s note: Our blog author, Phillip Jaffe began as a student worked in the Wisconsin Water Library in January 2023 after he approached me to learn about special librarianship. Though […]

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Underrepresented Groups In Nature: History

By India-Bleu Niehoff, Community Engaged Intern In this two-part blog series, we will be exploring the history of underrepresented groups in nature, and groups and organizations that are collectively organizing […]

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The Wisconsin Water Library brings you AquaLog – a place the library will share information and news about water science.

The library is housed in the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Aquatic Sciences Center, which administers the UW Sea Grant Institute and the UW Water Resources Institute. The library collection is available for checkout by any Wisconsin resident. We are also available to help you with any research needs you may have.

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