The new index for Western Waters in October features new items from Colorado State University, Claremont Colleges Digital Library, Oregon State University, Utah State University, and more!
The latest index for Western Waters is live!
The Western Waters Digital Library has a bunch of resources on Lake Mead from a variety of institutions. Here is a sampling of the type of information you can find:
Photograph of Lost City restorations and Lake Mead, Nevada, 1938 from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Lake Mead and Lake Powell salinity reports, from Digital Scholarship@UNLV.
Statement before the Parks and Recreation subcommittee on the Senate Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, on recreation responsibilities, from Digital Collections of Colorado.
Photograph of U. S. Navy deep-sea divers conducting Lake Mead sedimentation survey, circa 1948 from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Request by Mexico for Colorado River water in excess of 1962 schedule under Treaty of February 3, 1944 (July 27, 1962), from the University of Arizona.
Topographic map of the Las Vegas Valley area, 1959 from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Find out more about Lake Mead in the Western Waters Digital Library!
We just ran the latest harvest for the Western Waters Digital Library. Happy 4th of July!
The May Western Waters Harvest is live! We harvested towards the end of the month this time. Enjoy searching the updated materials in the Western Waters Digital Library!
Enjoy searching the updated index!
Today we are featuring the item “Swampy land, waters from Bishop Creek and Owens River, Inyo County” which comes to WWDL from University of California Riverside Libraries Digital Collections.
Find more items from Inyo County, California
Research the Los Angeles Aquaduct
We’ve gone live with the new design for the Western Waters Digital Library! The redesign, done by Leah Martin of the University of Utah’s J. Willard Marriott Library’s Discovery and Web Development group is designed to look great on browsers with varying screen sizes, including tablets and smartphones. We also have a new exhibits page to highlight, with contributions from Southern Methodist University’s DeGolyer Library, University of Washington Libraries, and WWDL maps from the Digital Scholarship Lab at the J. Willard Marriott Library. Thanks to everyone involved in the redesign!