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This is the USGS Water Science for School's page and the topic is surface water. Explained are surface water use, importance, rivers and streams. Also answers the questions of what is runoff, how is the flow of a stream...
This presentation on metamorphis and metamorphic formation was created by Martin Streck of Portland State University. The lesson provides an overview on the deformation of metamorphic rocks and minerals and includes...
This resource from the United States Geological Survey contains information for students on the many aspects of water; includes pictures, data, maps, an interactive center where you can give opinions and test your water...
From the USGS Water Science for School's web site is a comparison of the disadvantages to power plants that use coal and oil to the advantages of hydroelectric power.
Vulpia, named in honor of the late Dr. W.B. Fox (fox: latin vulpes), is an online botanical publication produced by the herbarium at North Carolina State University. The database currently includes six papers published...
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