Factors Influencing Collection Policy
- A. Anticipated Future Trends
Collecting should follow and anticipate, when possible, major trends and developments in environmental science and policy. The collection should also reflect significant curricular changes.
- B. Relationships with Other Resources
Regional or Network Resources
There are collections in the area of environmental studies, science, policy, and water at both the University of Michigan Libraries and at Wayne State University, as well as other CIC institutions.
- C. Relationships to Other Resources Treated in Other Policy Statements
Area Studies, Agriculture, Anthropology, Biological Sciences/Natural History, Botany, Economics, Engineering, Forestry, Geography, Geology, Gull Lake Library, International Development, Maps and Geospacial Data, Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation, Political Science/Public Policy, Sociology, Urban Planning