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Access & Circulation

The Hopkins Marine Station Library is located in Pacific Grove about 90 miles from Stanford. The Library is open to all members of the Stanford community and is accessible to people with limited mobility. Holdings are listed in Socrates. Users on the main campus who want to borrow books from the collection at Hopkins can use the REQUEST THIS ITEM button next to the records in Socrates to request materials. To request journal articles from the Hopkins collection, contact the staff in Falconer Biology Library, Branner Earth Sciences Library, Lane Medical Library, or Interlibrary Loan Services in Green Library.

Circulation policies

Circulation of materials is available only to users with a valid Stanford borrower's ID, corporate users with a SUL Science coupon, people who have purchased borrowing privileges, and to users with a University of California Library Reciprocal Services Card. Contact the Privileges Desk at Green Library (650) 723-1492 for information on obtaining a valid borrowers card. For more information, please see the general statement on borrowing regulations.

Circulation periods

Reserves : Overnight
Books, Theses : 28 days - Main campus patrons
Books, Theses : 1 year - Hopkins patrons
Journals : Do not circulate
Reference : Do not circulate

Books and dissertations are subject to RECALL after two weeks if requested by another user. RENEWAL of loans is permitted unless another user is waiting.

Materials can be returned to any library on the main campus. To renew items, go to SULAIR's My Account/Circulation Records Web page.

Last modified: August 9, 2005

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