Narragansett Laboratory Reading & Conference Room



Narragansett Laboratory Reading Room

About

The Reading Room was established in 1966 by John G. Casey, Director of the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Narragansett, RI. The new building contained both a reading and conference room.

In 1970, the Narragansett Laboratory became part of the National Marine Fisheries Service, and later, part of the Northeast Fisheries Science Center.

Collections

Major research topics include large marine ecosystems, ocean productivity, and sharks.

The laboratory staff share access and borrowing privileges with two libraries:
Pell Marine Science Library
National Sea Grant Library

Materials are only loaned to staff and other NEFSC libraries.

Hours

Mon-Fri 9-4:30

Contact Email

Narragansett Laboratory Reading Room
28 Tarzwell Drive
Narragansett RI   02882

401-782-3200

Updated 4/3/17     1 visits today, 29 visits this week, 104 visits this month, 495 visits this year
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