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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...
Water Science for Schools shows how crops are irrigated on a farm and explains why one method might be better than another: flood (furrow) irrigation, drip or spray irrigation. Also described are some things that many...
The USGS Water Science for School's shows how water is used to grow crops for food and links with many techniques used by farmers to use irrigation water more wisely.
USGS School Water Science: This site offers information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center where you can give opinions and test your water knowledge.
Surface Water Use: This is the USGS Water Science for School's web site and it explains who use and how much surface water is used. A map shows surface water withdraws, by state, for year 2005.
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