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Hydrology and Water Resources

Relevant articles may also be found in titles on our ecology and fisheries lists.

AMBIO: A journal of the human environment - full text; older issues are available via JSTOR and most recent issues are available via Ebsco

Bulletin of the National Speleological Society - tables of content and abstracts only; continued by Journal of Cave and Karst Studies

Environmental Monitoring and Assessment - tables of content and abstracts only

Environmental Science and Technology - tables of content and abstracts only

Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry - tables of content and abstracts via the publisher's website; full text articles with a 12-month moving wall via Ebsco

Ground Water - tables of content and abstracts with select full text; full text with a 12-month delay via Ebsco

Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation - tables of content and abstracts only; full text with a 12-month delay via Ebsco

Headwaters (Colorado Foundation for Water Education) - full text

Hydro Review - full text

Hydrological Science and Technology - tables of content only

International Water Power and Dam Construction - full text

Journal of the American Water Resources Association - full text from 1997 to present; tables of content and abstracts only before 1997

Journal of Cave and Karst Studies - tables of content and abstracts only; formerly Bulletin of the National Speleological Society

Journal of Environmental Management - tables of content and abstracts only

Journal of Hydraulic Engineering - tables of content and abstracts only

Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering - tables of content and abstracts only; full text via Ebsco

Land and Water magazine - full text; limited archives

Limnology and Oceanography - full text with 3-year moving wall

River Research and Applications - full text from 1996 to present; tables of content and abstracts only before 1996

Society of Wetland Scientists Bulletin - full text

Water Resources Bulletin - continued by Journal of the American Water Resources Association

Water Resources Research - tables of content and abstracts only

Western Water - access to each issue's title story and news bits only

Wetlands - full text


American Basin on the Alpine Loop National Back Country Byway, BLM-Colorado


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