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View Resource Instantaneous Data Archive - IDA

Since 1889 the United States Geological Survey has collected continuous stage, discharge, and other instantaneous time-series data on the nations rivers and streams. These time-series data have been...

http://ida.water.usgs.gov/ida/
View Resource Changes in Streamflow Timing in New England During the 20th Century ... from the National Streamflow Information Program

The amount, timing, and form of precipitation (rain, sleet, or snow) directly affect the amount and timing of runoff into rivers and streams, particularly in northern and mountainous areas. If air...

http://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/2005/3019/
View Resource Question Bank

NEED?s Question Bank gives teachers the ability to customize evaluation tools for their energy units. There are questions at four grade levels: Primary, Elementary, Intermediate and Secondary. At e...

http://need.org/Question-Bank
View Resource Earthquake Actuated Automatic Gas Shutoff Devices

Library Holdings. ANSI/ASCE/SEI Standard 25-06 provides current minimum functionality requirements for earthquake-actuated automatic gas shut-off devices and systems. This Standard, a thorough...

https://secure.asce.org/ASCEWebSite/BOOKSTORE/BookDescriptio...
View Resource Defining Marine Landscapes on the Belgian Continental Shelf as anApproach to Holistic Habitat Mapping

The concept of the marine landscapes is a quite young and recent developed approach firstly proposed by Roff and Taylor (2000). The concept offers an alternative for habitat mapping which...

http://www.searchmesh.net/pdf/Ugent_Belgian_marine_landscape...
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