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View Resource Chemical and Pathogenic Contaminant Exposure by Drinking Water

Safe drinking-water supplies are critical for protecting public health. Drinking water treatment and monitoring technologies are used by public water utilities to assure compliance with existing...

http://health.usgs.gov/dw_contaminants/
View Resource State Water Resources Control Board: Education and Public Outreach

The Board is developing new educational curriculum and outreach tools and materials to inform the public and its varied stakeholders about the Board and its mission and to involve them in water...

http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/outreach...
View Resource World's Water

Site provides up-to-date water information, data, and web connections to organizations, institutions, and individuals working on a wide range of global freshwater problems and solutions.

http://www.worldwater.org/
View Resource Eutrophication: too much of a 'good' thing

Describe the effects of phosphorus and nitrogen on surface water.

http://www.ateec.org/store/catalog/Eutrophication.-Too-Much-...
View Resource I'm a Drop of Water

Using a cross-section of soil types, the students will describe what occurs when water comes in contact with the ground.

http://www.ateec.org/store/catalog/Im-a-Drop-of-Water-42.htm...
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