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Water Law

Interdisciplinary Databases

A-Z Databases
This list is maintained by the ASU Library. It can be searched alphabetically, by subject (e.g., Sustainability & Environment), by content type, or by keyword. It contains hundreds of databases concentrating on specific areas of study as well as more general interests. All current ASU students can access any of the databases listed therein.

AGRICOLA (available on campus or remotely with ASURITE)
AGRICOLA, the National Agricultural Library database, provides access to articles and books from 1970 to the present.

Environment Complete (available on campus or remotely with ASURITE)
This database has articles published worldwide on topics such as natural resources, marine and freshwater science, pollution management, environmental technology, public policy, and social impacts.

Google Scholar
This website indexes academic articles as well as a limited number of cases. It can be searched by keyword, author, or date. Many results are open source, linking to webpages or PDF files. If you see text indicating "Get It! @ASU" next to a result, you will able to access the material directly through the catalog.

HeinOnline's Water Rights & Resources (available on campus or remotely with ASURITE)
This database contains resources that help researchers understand the interplay of state and federal laws that govern water use in society. ​Water Rights & Resources provides access to congressional documents, books and scholarly articles, legislative histories on major legislation, and Supreme Court briefs on related cases.

PAIS Index (available on campus or remotely with ASURITE)
​PAIS Index is a searchable database of articles dealing with public affairs, public and social policies, and international relations.

The Social Science Research Network (SSRN) is an online repository of preprint and published articles in a variety of disciplines. SSRN primarily focuses on business, economics, and law. However, it also includes scholarship in other areas like physical sciences, life sciences, and humanities. Most articles link to PDF files. It can be searched by title, abstract, keyword, or author.