Water policy and the drought are complicated issues. You may want to start with this series of videos on water issues in California produced by the Public Policy Institute of California. Access the whole play list on YouTube.
The drought and water use are complex issues that involve the law, the economy, politics, and every citizen. You could concentrate on one issue and do in-depth research on that, or use several of the questions below to focus more generally on the topic of the drought.
Why You Use Books:
Where Do I Find Books?
Using the key search terms, use WorldCat to discover books, eBooks, videos, and more for your research. Use the search bar below to begin your search:
For complete instructions on using WorldCat check out our WorldCat research guide.
To access eBooks if you're off campus, you'll need to log in using your MJC student ID (without the W) and your six-digit birth date.
Here Are Some Good Books to Get You Started:
All of these resources are free for MJC students, faculty, & staff.
Search using the Key Search Words in this guide, or use words more specific to your topic.
If you're working from off campus, you'll need to sign in. Once you click on the name of a database, simply enter your student ID (without the W) and your six-digit birth date.
Much of the latest information on the California drought is on the web. Use these credible websites to find recent documents and reports.
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