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    • Illinois Libraries

    • Alison Holderfield; Chen Yintao; Hu Yuefang; Illinois State Library Reference Section; Paul Kaplan; Todd Spires
    • This issue of Illinois Libraries includes articles entitled Differences between the DDC and the CLC in Classifying Works of Literature; A Library Disaster; How Public Librarians Can Provide Basic Genealogy Instruction; Illinois County Histories at...
    • Illinois Libraries

    • Education: Higher education: Academic libraries; Education: Libraries and archives; Education: Libraries and archives: Academic libraries; History and culture: Genealogy; History and culture: History of Illinois; History and culture: Local history;...
    • This issue of Illinois Libraries includes articles entitled Differences between the DDC and the CLC in Classifying Works of Literature; A Library Disaster; How Public Librarians Can Provide Basic Genealogy Instruction; Illinois County Histories at...
    • 1996.27.1 Teresa McConkey 1996

    • Nursing; Education, Nursing; Education, Nursing, Diploma Programs; Schools, Nursing; History of Nursing; Students, Nursing
    • This 3-part interview includes the introduction, transcript, and audio file of Teresa McConkey, a 1996 graduate of Graham Hospital School of Nursing, who was interviewed for the School’s oral history project on 11-26-2007. Biographical Summary:...
    • Prioritizing Illinois aquifers and watersheds for water supply planning.

    • 2006; Aquifers; ISWS IEM 2006-04; Water-supply; Wehrmann, H. Allen and H. Vernon Knapp.
    • Four aquifer systems and five watersheds in Illinois are identified as most in need of attention for water supply planning and management purposes. The aquifers and watersheds are identified on the basis of limited water supply availability and...
    • Hydrologic modeling of the Court Creek watershed

    • 2000; Borah, Deva K., and Maitreyee Bera; Court Creek; Hydrologic models; ISWS CR 2000-04; Stream
    • Flooding, upland soil and streambank erosion, sedimentation, and contamination of drinking water from agricultural chemicals (nutrients and pesticides/herbicides) are critical environmental problems in Illinois. Upland soil erosion causes loss of...

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