ASU Digital Repository(131 Records)
The Records of the Central Arizona and Boulder Canyon Project is comprised of selections from the Carl T. Hayden Papers and other sources. As Arizona Congressman from 1911-1970, Hayden influenced natural resource development, water reclamation, and land-use management, culminating in 1968 with the Central Arizona Project (CAP) to transport Colorado River water to Phoenix and Tucson via a series of aqueducts.
BYU Finding Aid OAI Repository(26 Records)
Search a variety of finding aids centered on water and water rights. This collection covers topics such as the Central Utah Project, the Upper Colorado River Act, Small Reclamation Projects Act, the Watershed Act of 1954, and the Dixie Reclamation Project. Papers from United States Senators Wallace Foster Bennett and Arthur V. Watkins are included.
Cal State Humboldt DSpace(88 Records)
Find papers from Humboldt State University's Institutional Repository. The Humboldt Bay Community contains collections of materials relating to all aspects of the Humboldt Bay ecosystem.
Caltech Library System manages CaltechKHR, a repository of technical reports, on behalf of the W. M. Keck Laboratory of Hydraulics and Water Resources at Caltech.
Claremont Colleges Digital Library(240 Records)
California Water Documents, a Claremont Colleges Digital Library collection, consists primarily of bulletins of the California Department of Water Resources and its predecessor agencies. These bulletins present findings from hundreds of investigations conducted throughout the years from one end of the State to the other. Topics represented in this collection include: water quality, flood control, water distribution, water conservation, water usage, and drought as well as some geology. The collection also contains materials pertaining to the creation and operation of the Central Valley Project, the California State Water Project, and their component units.
Digital Collections at BYU(160 Records)
Find a variety of digitized materials related to the Central Utah Project, as well as finding aids covering collections from Senators Wallace F. Bennett and Arthur V. Watkins.
Digital Collections of Colorado(3186 Records)
Search a variety of materials focused on the development of water in Colorado and the West from Colorado State University. Collections from individuals as well as water organizations are included, covering subject areas such as water resource management, law, and engineering.
Digital Scholarship@UNLV(254 Records)
From UNLV's Institutional Repository, the Water Publications collection showcases the use of limited water resources in the Intermountain West. Numerous scholars have produced publications describing best practices and the impacts of human population growth in this geographic region.
DigitalCommons@USU provides open access to scholarly works, research, reports, publications, and journals produced by Utah State University faculty, staff, students, and others. Coordinated by the Merrill-Cazier Library, USU's digital repository joins other universities worldwide in the ongoing development of new knowledge.
eVols at University of Hawaii at Manoa(79 Records)
Search the Hawaiian Waters project - the goal of the project is to identify, digitize, and enhance access to monographs and reports about water, focusing on publications of the governments of the Hawaiian kingdom (though 1893), republic (1894-1898), as well as the state and counties of Hawaii.
J.W.Marriott Library CONTENTdm Server Repository(1198 Records)
Search a variety of historical and contemporary material focused on western water issues. Collections include Arizona vs California Legal Records, the Colorado Riverbed Case Records, and papers on the Central Utah Project. Also included are photograph collections centered on water systems in the Salt Lake Valley, Glen Canyon, Flaming Gorge Dam, and much more.
Klamath Waters Digital Library(4968 Records)
Klamath Waters Digital Library is an online resource dedicated to providing comprehensive access to information on water issues of the Klamath Watershed. The digital library encompasses a collection of full-text documents, reports, articles, photographs and maps from the 1800’s to the present as well as many special collections.
Find information in the University of New Mexico's Institutional Repository. Theses on water issues are included, as well as Colorado River Basin studies.
New Mexico Digital Collections(503 Records)
New Mexico Waters contains historical source material about rivers, irrigation, ecology, and the economic impact of water resources on communities in New Mexico, primarily along the Rio Grande. The material is from the collections of the Center for Southwest Research and the Map and Geographic Information Center, University Libraries, University of New Mexico.
The Harriet Montgomery Water Resources Collection contains items pertaining to water resources in the Missouri River Basin, mostly in South Dakota. The collection is focused on the controversy surrounding efforts to irrigate crops using water from Lake Oahe and includes photographs, newspaper clippings, brochures, maps, correspondence and government reports.
Northwest Digital Archives(560 Records)
Search finding aids from Northwest Digital Archives on topics such as fishing, fisheries, water, water rights, and more.
Online Archive of California Repository(1316 Records)
Search both finding aids and online items from the Water Resources Collections and Archives collection, covering both contemporary and historic materials.
OpenSIUC is an institutional repository offering permanent, reliable, and free access to research and scholarly material produced at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
Oregon Digital(5208 Records)
A collaboration between Oregon State University and the University of Oregon, Oregon Digital provides online access to the two university's unique digitized collections. Digital collections harvested in Western Waters include the Columbia River Basin Collection, Pacific Northwest Stream Survey Photograph Collection, and Water and Watersheds Initiative Collection, providing access to current and historic resources relating to the Pacific Northwest water basin and watersheds. Collections consist of photographs, seminars series publications, published research reports, special reports, historical records and much more.
ResearchWorks at the University of Washington(1224 Records)
Search technical reports and dissertations from the University of Washington Libraries and papers from the Water Center.
ScholarsArchive at Oregon State University(766 Records)
Search information from Oregon State's Institutional
Repository, including papers from The Oregon Water Conference and the Water Resources Research Institute.
ScholarSpace at University of Hawaii at Manoa(401 Records)
Find research from the University of Hawaii's Water Resources Research Center, with a focus on water and wastewater management in Hawaii's unique climate.
Southern Methodist University Digital Collections(361 Records)
The Edward C. Fritz papers, 1950s-2008 digital collection contains 361 documents and photographs that record the 1970s debate over the canalization of the Trinity River in Dallas, one of the many environmental causes for which Edward C. "Ned" Fritz (1916-2008) campaigned. Fritz’s papers are held at SMU’s DeGolyer Library.
Texas A&M University Repository(529 Records)
The Texas Water Resources Institute is a unit of Texas AgriLife Research, the Texas AgriLife Extension Service and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Texas A&M University and a member of the National Institutes for Water Resources. It provides leadership to stimulate priority research and Extension educational programs in water resources within the Texas A&M University System and throughout Texas.
University of Arizona CONTENTdm Server Respository(2700 Records)
Find information about Native American water rights issues, as well as the Colorado River, Mexican Water Treaty, the Central Arizona Project, and more.