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View Resource Ground-Water Resources for the Future -- Atlantic Coastal Zone

Ground water is among the Nation?s most important natural resources. It provides drinking water to urban and rural communities, supports irrigation and industry, sustains the flow of streams and r...
View Resource The Oil Sands Story

The oil sands story is one that describes one of the largest oil deposits in the world and identifies its future possibilities. Pioneers had a vision of the commercial applications of this incredible...
View Resource Earthquakes - Rattling the Earth's Plumbing System

Hydrogeologic responses to earthquakes have been known for decades, and have occurred both close to, and thousands of miles from earthquake epicenters. Water wells have become turbid, dry or begun...
View Resource Tar Sands Basics

Tar sands (also referred to as oil sands) are a combination of clay, sand, water, and bitumen, a heavy black viscous oil. Tar sands can be mined and processed to extract the oil-rich bitumen, which...
View Resource Drinking It In: The Evolution of a Global Water Stewardship Program at The Coca-Cola Company

This report explores the role of the private sector in responsible management of global water resources by providing an overview of the development and implementation of The Coca-Cola Company?s (...
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