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Water Resources Georgia: From the USGS web site comes the Georgia Water Information Network (GWIN)which offers water information for thousands of surface-water, ground-water, and water-quality measurement sites in...
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...
USGS Water Science for Schools explaines the uses of ground water in the United States. The main uses of ground water include "irrigation uses, drinking-water and other public uses, and for supplying domestic water to...
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.
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...
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