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Ground and Surface Water: Discusses the importance of considering ground water and surface water as a single resource. Includes such topics as the natural processes of ground and surface-water interactions.
This article, authored by Professor Stephen A. Nelson of Tulane University, focuses on many aspects of slope stability. Some of these factors include: the role of water, troublesome earth materials, triggering events,...
Wells: From the Groundwater Foundation's web site this page explains what a well is, the three basic types, how they are constructed, how they may become contaminated, etc. There are also links to GWF programs and...
This United States Environmental Protection Agency website provides instructions for using Secchi disks and transparency tubes to measure water clarity. The page also features a short description of each device.
This site, created by Gregg Eckhardt, introduces and defines terms related to aquifers, and more generally, water. With an accessible format, the webpage is easy to use and puts valuable information at one's fingertips.
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