The headquarters of the Great Lakes Science Center is located on the North Campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. It offers to the students and to the researcher to upgrade their knowledge by using library which contains a specialized and valuable collection of print and electronic materials focused on the Great Lakes basin ecosystem. The collection is especially strong in the areas of aquatic habitats and resources, particularly fisheries, and in the ecology of the Great Lakes basin. Books, reports, theses, and other materials in the John Van Oosten Library focus on the following areas: Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Dredging, Coastal Engineering, and Water Supply Engineering, Environmental Pollution, Mathematics and Statistics, Physiology. It also provides good opportunity to other researchers by keeping the library open to access. Location The library is located in the Great Lakes Science Center in northeast Ann Arbor, at 1451 Green Road. There are 1000 of employment working here which is supporting other researcher to performed their research. To encourage and facilitate environmentally responsible economic growth through a cooperative effort between the public and private sectors among the eight Great Lakes States and with Ontario and Québec. the Great Lakes Science Center exists to meet the nations need for scientific information for restoring, enhancing, managing, and protecting living resources and their habitats in the Great Lakes basin ecosystem.