Easy access to a wealth of research on NJ's environment - The New Jersey Environmental Digital Library
The New Jersey Environmental Digital Library (NJEDL) is a treasure - trove of materials on environmental issues that both confront and enrich our state and its people. NJEDL is the product of collaboration between the Rutgers University Libraries and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. NJEDL provides access to an impressive array of materials ranging from general citizen information to research publications. An extensive environmental organization directory enables users to contact organizations and experts in specific areas of interest.
Primary features of the NJEDL include:
A diverse collection of current and historical materials supporting research
A customized search portal with flexible search capacities
A robust technological platform that presents and preserves digital content
We invite you to review the rich resources of the New Jersey Environmental Digital Library, at: njedl.rutgers.edu
1 Newcomb, D.J. (2001). Ground water of the Raritan River Basin August 2001. Retrieved from http://hdl.rutgers.edu/1782.1/rucore00000002074.Document.000060681.
Posted November 28, 2011