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Patty Amick, Cheryl Hawkins, and Lori Trumbo of Greenville Technical College created this resource to connect the art of public speaking with the task of demographic data collection. This course will help students...
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 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...
USGS summary of the water cycle complete with diagrams, pictures and text. This is an excellent resource from the Geological Survey, that is great for students and can be included in the classroom along with lessons.
Water Resources: This is a page from the USGS's Water Science for School's web site. This article answers the question: How much water is there on (and in) the Earth?
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