No. 39, Spring/Summer 1996
by Katherine Waser
In searching the Internet for borderlands resources, I quickly reached two conclusions. First, in terms of regional coverage of arid borderlands, the U.S.-Mexico border has received the lion's share of attention. Second, in terms of Internet protocols, the Web has by far the most material on (U.S.-Mexico) borderlands issues. In fact, I found two "directory page" sites that link to virtually all the other sites my searches turned up independently. Therefore, I'm listing only these two directory sites here. Both make excellent starting points.
New Mexico State University Library's
Send us your suggestions!
If you know of an Internet resource on borderlands that isn't included here, we'd like to know about it. We will continue to update this list until the next issue of ALN comes out in the fall of 1996, at which point we will consider this list "complete and final." Please send your suggestions to The Editor.
Katherine Waser is Editor Elect of The Arid Lands Newsletter.
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