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USGS Science for Schools explains how electrical power is generated from a dam. A clear illustration labels the parts of a generator, from the stator to the turbine blades. A motion diagram shows the movement of water...
Capillary Action: In this section of USGS Water Science for School's you will learn how capillary action is important for moving water (and all of the things that are dissolved in it) around. It is defined as the...
This is a USGS Water Science for School's web page. It describes rain and who gets it and who get very little. A table shows the amounts some cities across the U.S. received last year. Also explains what can happen to...
Glacier: Complete description of what glaciers and icecaps are and why they are important to us. Maps show the location of glaciers and icecaps. This resource is part of the "Water Science for Schools" collection at...
This resource from the United States Geological Survey contains a list of water-related terms that will help you to understand and use the USGS web site. If you are looking for a more detailed water dictionary or...
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