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Looking for an interesting New Jersey municipality to research? The library subscribes to a print magazine called New Jersey Municipalities. You can browse issues in the Current Periodicals Reading Room on the second floor of Campbell Library.
Database providing integrated searches of EPA and state data for 800,000+ regulated facilities, including inspection, violation, and enforcement for the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, and hazardous waste laws; Safe Drinking Water Act data, Toxics Release Inventory data, National Emissions Inventory data, and Water Quality Data.
The National Transportation Library is a repository and open science access portal (ROSAP) curated by the U.S. Department of Transportation. It is a good source for all sorts of transportation-related data and content produced by the federal government.
Campus Research is an easy-to-use online research service that provides college and university students with access to a comprehensive collection of news and business information and law-related resources. Includes the New Jersey Administrative Code
PolicyMap is a US-National web-based Geographic Information System used to understand communities.
With easy-to-use menus, PolicyMap is a “GIS tool for non-GIS experts” for those who need to visualize large amounts of data quickly and easily, often down to the census tract or block group level. It is used in the social sciences, urban studies and regional planning, real estate and housing analysis, community and economic development, public administration and policy, public health, political science, education, environmental studies, business and finance, economics, statistics and geography, among other areas. Included in the tool is access to PolicyMap’s extensive data collection, with 15,000+ indicators used to understand communities, organized into general categories including demographics, income and spending, housing, lending activity, quality of life, economy, education, health, federal guidelines, and other analysis. In addition, students and faculty can easily upload and incorporate their data into and leverage it against the thousands of indicators already available in PolicyMap.