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Rocky Mountain Labs (RML) Library

About the Library

The RML Library gives RML staff members access to all the information they need to accomplish their research. The RML Library is open to the public by appointment only.

Library Catalog

Search the NIH Libraries Shared Catalog to locate books and journals in our collection. Many of the electronic resources will not be accessible to non-NIH website visitors, but most can be obtained via through interlibrary loan.

Interlibrary Loan

The public can obtain RML Library materials using interlibrary loan from any library (public, academic, school, or special) that is a member of the OCLC or DOCLINE interlibrary loan networks.

Visiting the Library

The RML Library is open to members of the public who need to use the library's resources for their research. Appointments are required; to make an appointment, contact the Library Director, Taylor Robinson.

Use of Library Materials

Visitors may use the books and journals housed in the library. Access to computer-based resources may be restricted.

History of RML

See a short history of RML. More information is available at the Rocky Mountain Laboratories Historical Collection, part of the Montana Memory Project.​

Content last reviewed on January 24, 2017