This activity helps students understand how Superfund sites are created. They discuss what activities produce hazardous waste, and how contaminants are released and spread into the air, water, soil, and groundwater....
From the United States Environmental Protection Agency comes this web site titled "Coastal Watershed Factsheets." Containing information on beaches, near shore waters, coral reefs and estuaries this page is a valuable...
This magazine article explores the extreme environment of the Rio Tinto, a river in Spain with highly acidic and metal-rich water. The article features the work of Ricardo Amils, a scientist studying the microbial...
This article, authored by Professor Stephen A. Nelson of Tulane University, focuses on many aspects of slope stability. Some of these factors include: the role of water, troublesome earth materials, triggering events,...
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