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From the USGS Water Science for School's comes this information on what wastewater is and why it is treated, by looking at the potential ways it can affect fisheries, wildlife habitats, recreational sites, and human...
This resource describes the pH scale and how changing pH levels affect water and the environment.
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) presents the most common water measurements in science. These include: temperature, pH, specific conductance, turbidity, dissolved oxygen, hardness and suspended sediments....
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...
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...
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