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View Resource Colorado's Decision Support Systems: Map Viewer

This map viewer lets users access hydrologic data for the State of Colorado, provided by the Colorado Division of Water Resources (CDWR). The map features switchable layers that display rivers, lakes and reservoirs, aquifers, watershed basins, water management districts, as well as cities, townships, county and district lines.

View Resource Aquifer Maps and Maine Ground Water

In this activity, students will develop an understanding of the dynamics of ground water; understand the interrelations between ground water and surface water; and increase their knowledge of surficial and bedrock geology. They will use this information to make sound decisions about siting locations for industries/business that may have an impact on water quality. In the first part of the...

View Resource General Facts and Concepts about Ground Water

Presented by the United States Geological Survey, this website contains general facts and information pertaining to ground water. The site addresses ground water's role within the water cycle itself, it also shows how soil affects the filtration and overall quality of the water. Using images and text, the web page is made accessible to many audiences.

View Resource Groundwater Contamination

The Groundwater Foundation's sources of ground water contamination page discusses common contaminates, how they get to ground water, sources of pollution along with cleanup and prevention practices. The site's focal point is a detailed map of contaminants as they enter the water cycle.

View Resource A Measure of Maine's Water in a Typical Year

In this activity, students will refer to a graph of hydraulic measures of water for the state of Maine to gather and interpret statistics on precipitation, stream flow, depth to groundwater, and others; and examine an illustration of the hydrologic cycle and discuss the relationships between the various occurrences of water within the cycle. Using information from the graph, they will calculate...

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