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Federal Government Documents, Information and Resources

About Our Collection

The Government Documents in the Mary and Jeff Bell Library are located on the first floor in the Northwest corner. While we collect in most areas of government we focus on Climatology, Oceanography, Geology, Geography, Demographic Data, Economics, and Criminal Justice.

Some older items and items in the USGS section may not appear in the Library's online catalog.  If you need help finding something please feel free to contact the Government Documents librarian, Nicole Cubillas, at 361-825-5702. You can also contact the Reference Desk at 361-825-2609.

What's In This Guide

This Federal Government Documents research guide is designed to help you find research materials online and in the library. This guide offers guidance for:

How to Read a SuDoc Call #

The Superintendent of Documents (SuDocs) classification system is designed to group together publications by the same government author. Within an agency or department, publications are grouped according to the subordinate organization. The purpose of this system is to uniquely identify, logically relate, and physically arrange each publication so that all publications of a single agency or department may be found together.

Your Librarian

Edward Kownslar
Reference Department

Reference Desk: 361.825.2609

Office: 361.825.2677
Email: Edward.Kownslar@tamucc.edu

Government Documents at TAMU-CC

The TAMU-CC Mary and Jeff Bell Library has been a Selective Depository in the Federal Depository Library Program since 1976.  We currently select approximately 45% of available items in print, electronic, microfiche and other formats.  We serve the community of Corpus Christi and the 27th Congressional district.