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View Resource Water

The vast majority of the Earth's water resources are salt water, with only 2.5% being fresh water. Approximately 70% of the fresh water available on the planet is frozen in the icecaps of Antarctica...

http://www.climate.org/topics/water.html
View Resource Global Wetland Distribution and Functional Characterization: Trace Gases and the Hydrologic Cycle

Library Holdings. The IGBP Wetlands workshop (Santa Barbara, CA, USA,16-20 May 1996) was held for the purpose of identifying data and research needs for characterizing wetlands in terms of their...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc12003/
View Resource Wetlands: A Component of an Integrated Farming Operation

We?ve come a long way from thinking of wetlands as the enemy. The growing understanding of the dramatic roles that wetlands play in safeguarding water quality and protecting working land is c...

http://www.conservationinformation.org/pdf/CTIC_wetlands.pdf
View Resource Environmental Fate and Transport of Arsenical Feed Amendments for Animal Agriculture

Managing waste from animal agriculture is not a new issue, but recent trends to condense livestock into intensive animal feeding operations (AFOs), combined with new chemicals and pharmaceuticals...

http://va.water.usgs.gov/GLOBAL/Abst/hancock_agu_2000.htm
View Resource Energy Saving Tips for Irrigators

This publication describes ways that irrigators can save energy to reduce irrigation costs. It describes recommended irrigation system installations, explains how utilities charge their irrigation...

http://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/PDF/energytips_irrig.pdf
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