The LPL Library was established by Gerard P. Kuiper in 1962 as a reading room and ready reference collection serving the LPL faculty, staff, and graduate students. The library's interdisciplinary collection supports research and teaching in planetary science, primarily at the graduate level.
The library also has a large collection of topographic maps, chiefly of Arizona and the Southwest.
For information and access, contact 520-621-2870, PG4gdWVycz0iem52eWdiOmZ1bmViYXJ1aGFnQHJ6bnZ5Lm5ldm1iYW4ucnFoIj5mdW5lYmFydWhhZ0Byem52eS5uZXZtYmFuLnJxaDwvbj4=.
For information on the UA University Libraries' reopening, please go to UA Libraries Reopening Plans.
LPL Library Services
Maintain physical collection of books and journals, searchable through the LPL Library Catalog
Provide reference service, including assistance in database searching and obtaining materials
Act as liaison to UA Libraries personnel and services
Track refereed staff publications and post to Refereed Publications with LPL-Affiliated Authors
University of Arizona Libraries
UA Libraries Overview, PowerPoint presentation from 10/19 LPL Library Workshop
UA Libraries GIS Library, PowerPoint presentation from 10/19 LPL Library Workshop
Pioneers of Planetary Science, Special Collections, University of Arizona
History of Science, Special Collections, University of Arizona
External Library Catalogs
JPL Library, Archives, and Records Section Catalog
— Beacon Information Commons
US Naval Observatory Library Catalog
— Urania: James Melville Gilliss Library