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Gordon McKay Library and Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory Library

The Library provides information resources and services to support faculty research, graduate and undergraduate level instruction in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Collection includes 126,393 volumes and 564 currently received journals.

Added Names/Aliases: McKay Library, Applied Sciences Library, Engineering Library, Blue Hill Library, Earth and Planetary Sciences Library, SEAS Library, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Library
 
 
 
 

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CONTACT INFORMATION

 
Contact by Phone
(617) 495-2836
Contact by Email / Web
library@seas.harvard.edu
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Pierce Hall, 29 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
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The Library provides information resources and services to support faculty research, graduate and undergraduate level instruction in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Collection includes 126,393 volumes and 564 currently received journals. The Library collects material in the fields of applied mathematics, applied physics, atmospheric and earth sciences, climatology, computer science, electrical and mechanical engineering, environmental science, materials science, meteorology, oceanography, theoretical mechanics, water resources and systems design.

The Library provides information resources and services to support faculty research, graduate and undergraduate level instruction in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Collection includes 126,393 volumes and 564 currently received journals. The Library collects material in the fields of applied mathematics, applied physics, atmospheric and earth sciences, climatology, computer science, electrical and mechanical engineering, environmental science, materials science, meteorology, oceanography, theoretical mechanics, water resources and systems design.

The Library provides information resources and services to support faculty research, graduate and undergraduate level instruction in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Collection includes 126,393 volumes and 564 currently received journals. The Library collects material in the fields of applied mathematics, applied physics, atmospheric and earth sciences, climatology, computer science, electrical and mechanical engineering, environmental science, materials science, meteorology, oceanography, theoretical mechanics, water resources and systems design.

The Library provides information resources and services to support faculty research, graduate and undergraduate level instruction in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Collection includes 126,393 volumes and 564 currently received journals. The Library collects material in the fields of applied mathematics, applied physics, atmospheric and earth sciences, climatology, computer science, electrical and mechanical engineering, environmental science, materials science, meteorology, oceanography, theoretical mechanics, water resources and systems design.

The Library provides information resources and services to support faculty research, graduate and undergraduate level instruction in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Collection includes 126,393 volumes and 564 currently received journals. The Library collects material in the fields of applied mathematics, applied physics, atmospheric and earth sciences, climatology, computer science, electrical and mechanical engineering, environmental science, materials science, meteorology, oceanography, theoretical mechanics, water resources and systems design.

 

Collections

 

Gordon McKay

Material in the fields of applied mathematics, applied physics, computer science, decision and control theory, electrical and mechanical engineering, environmental sciences, materials science, theoretical mechanics, water resources, and systems design.

Blue Hill

Material in atmospheric and earth sciences, climatology, geophysics, meteorology, and oceanography.

 
 

LIBRARY SERVICES

 
 

LIBRARY STAFF

 
 

VISITOR POLICIES

 
  • Access
  • The collections are open to all researchers regardless of academic affiliation. Borrowing privileges are extended to members of the University with a valid Harvard ID and Harvard University Library special borrowers. 

  • Circulation
  • Books circulate for 4 weeks (28 days) and may be renewed online through HOLLIS, by phone (617 495-2836), or in person at the circulation desk. Material may be renewed unless recalled by the Library for the use of another patron. Books are subject to recall after 10 days.Journals do not circulate.Reserve material may be checked out on overnight loan after 11am and is due the following day within one hour of the Library opening. The fine for overdue reserve material is $1.00 per hour, with a maximum of $10.00 per day.

 
 

ACCESSIBILITY

 
  • Wheelchair accessible