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Bioresource Science and Engineering
by Maureen Nolan - Last Updated May 15, 2014
Chemical and physical sciences and chemical engineering as applied to manufacturing fiber products, fuels, and chemicals from biomass resources.
Tags: environment, fall2013
by Maureen Nolan - Last Updated Feb 5, 2015
Tags: environment
Environmental Policy
by Emily Keller, Maureen Nolan - Last Updated Jan 28, 2015
Forest Sciences
by Maureen Nolan - Last Updated Feb 17, 2015
Guide to information in forest sciences subject areas.
JSIS 495: Task Force - Winter 2015
by Deepa Banerjee, Alaina Bull, Kathleen Collins, Cass Hartnett, Amanda Hornby, Emily Keller, Dan Mandeville, Maureen Nolan, Matthew Parsons, Glenda Pearson, Deb Raftus, Louise Richards, Mary St. Germain, Azusa Tanaka, Hyokyoung Yi - Last Updated Jan 26, 2015
This guide is for the students in JSIS 495 to help guide them in their research for their capstone projects.
Tags: winter15 task-force jsis
Maureen Nolan
by Maureen Nolan - Last Updated Dec 6, 2012
Environmental and Forest Sciences Librarian and Head of the Friday Harbor Library
Tags: bioresource science and engineering, environment, forestry, friday harbor
Organizational Effectiveness
by Maureen Nolan - Last Updated May 2, 2012
Research Skills Workshop for Environmental Sciences Students
by Maureen Nolan, Louise Richards - Last Updated Jan 18, 2013
Research Commons Workshop, January 17, 2013 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
Science Boot Camp West 2014, Seattle, WA July 9th-11th
by Kari Anderson, Maureen Nolan, Matthew Parsons - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Please join us for the second annual Western Science Boot Camp for Librarians! Science Boot Camps for Librarians are immersive 2 ½ day events featuring educational presentations about science.
Tags: sbcw, sbcwest14, science boot camp

Library Services

What do I do?

I support the research and teaching needs of the College of the Environment, in particular the Friday Harbor Laboratories, the School of Forest Resources, and the Program on the Environment.


UW students, faculty, and staff can contact me to:

  • Get help with your research via email or phone
  • Make an appointment for a research consultation
  • Learn about library services
  • Request a resource Web page be created for your class
  • Request a library instruction workshop tailored to your class.


Other librarians supporting the College of the Environment: