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This directory provides detailed contact and other information about each of the NOAA Libraries. Click on the link in the map above to link to a library's home page --- or scroll through the more detailed information by state, below. The NOAA Central Library in Silver Spring serves any NOAA staff without a local library; contact us at Library.Reference@noaa.gov for more information.


Charleston

Library:NOAA/NOS/Center for Coastal Environmental Health and Biomolecular Research (CCEHBR)
Mailing Address: c/o Marine Resources Library 
P.O. Box 12559 
Charleston, SC 29422-2559
Street Address: 217 Fort Johnson Road, Building 8 
Charleston, SC 29412
Telephone:843-953-9370 (Geoffrey Timms, Librarian)
843-953-9370 (Martha Stackel, Head of Cataloguing) 
843-953-9373 (Sarah Houston, Interlibrary Loan Borrowing, Cataloging) 
843-953-9372 (Maggie Applegate, Interlibrary Loan Lending, Serials)
Fax:843-953-9371
Email:mrlcirc@cofc.edu
Hours:8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
Personnel:Geoffrey Timms, Martha Stackel, Maggie Applegate, Sarah Houston
OCLC symbol:OAS
Ariel no.:153.9.101.13 (Charleston)
Odyssey: 153.9.241.50

About the library: The CCEHBR conducts interdisciplinary research to resolve issues related to coastal ecosystems health and environmental quality, including public health impacts. Some of the high-priority items addressed include harmful algal blooms and their consequences, characterization of marine mammal health, land use impacts on coastal ecology, forensics and genetic applications to support marine wildlife laws, diagnosis and mitigation of fish, oyster, and shrimp diseases. The Marine Resources Library is funded by and supports the College of Charleston, the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Marine Resources Division, and the NOAA Charleston CCEHBR Center. The collection emphasizes marine biology, marine ecology, fisheries science, ichthyology, invertebrate zoology, toxicology, marine forensics, biotechnology, ecotoxicology, phycology, and biochemistry.