UW-Madison Libraries Wisconsin's Water Library
Wisconsin’s Water Library has over 50 journal titles within its walls. Below is a list of the bound journals we currently receive in the library. There are also archived issues of journals, so if you don’t see the journal you are looking for, be sure to check MadCat. You can also view other online resources at the Water Subject Guide.

Aquatic Sciences ChronicleUniversity of Wisconsin Aquatic Sciences Center.
The Aquatic Sciences Chronicle is a one-stop source for the latest news from the Aquatic Sciences Center, the administrative home of UW-Madison’s Sea Grant and Water Resources institutes.

Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA)American Water Resources Association.
The Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) is dedicated to publishing original papers characterized by their broad approach to water resources issues. Water by its nature is complex. Therefore, effectively managing water resources requires a broad understanding of many concepts and their applications, as plans based on a single outlook - only engineering, only biology, only ecomonics, or only law - tend to have unhappy outcomes. Decisions makers addressing water resources challenges require access to high quality science and research presented from a variety of perspectives. JAWRA has been focused on this objective for more than 40 years.

Journal of the American Water Works AssociationAmerican Water Works Association.
Journal AWWA's goal is to be the internationally acknowledged authority on drinking water. Both a professional and a scholarly publication, the Journal publishes timely, technically accurate, peer-reviewed information about water quality, resources, and supply and about the management and operation of water utilities. The Journal provides information for a diverse, worldwide readership. As AWWA's flagship publication, the Journal also serves the association and the drinking water industry as a whole.

Lake and Reservoir ManagementNorth American Lake Management Society.
NALMS began in 1984 to publish the best in peer-reviewed papers on lake and reservoir management. Since then Lake & Reservoir Management has become one of the most widely read and respected publications in the field. The journal has published research applications of lasting value and will continue to do so.

Land and WaterLand and Water, Inc. .
Land and Water is published for contractors, landscape architects, consultants and engineers, government officials and those all those individuals involved in natural resource management and restoration, from idea stage through project completion and maintenance. We help our readers gain access to this market by publishing job-site stories, case histories, and the information on the latest developments in the industry.

Science NewsSociety for Science & the Public.
Science News has been published since 1922. This award-winning biweekly news magazine covers important and emerging research in all fields of science. It publishes concise, accurate, timely articles that appeal to both general readers and scientists, reaching nearly 130,000 subscribers and more than one million readers.

Scientific AmericanScientific American, Inc..
Scientific American, the oldest continuously published magazine in the U.S., has been bringing its readers unique insights about developments in science and technology for more than 150 years.

Water Resources ImpactAmerican Water Resources Association.
American Water Resources Association's newest publication stays up to date with practical solutions to today's water resources problems. Though not purely technical in nature, IMPACT articles are peer reviewed based upon sound scientific principles.

Wisconsin Natural ResourcesWisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
Wisconsin Natural Resources is the bi-monthly magazine of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. It includes articles, photos, maps and illustrations about Wisconsin, highlighting activities for tourists or natives.

Wisconsin TrailsMilwaukee Journal Sentinel Specialty Media Division.
Wisconsin Trails is a bimonthly publication, focusing on travel ideas, outdoor activities, exciting events, fascinating photography and secret recipes for those living in and visiting Wisconsin.

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