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View Resource Environmental Inquiry (Authentic Scientific Research for High School Students): Wastewater Treatment

This site provides some excellent information for both teachers and students related to wastewater treatment. An overview of wastewater treatment is given and links to specific aspects of wastewater...

http://ei.cornell.edu/biodeg/wastewater/
View Resource The Drinking Water & Wastewater Operator Information Center

This Pennsylvania Environmental Protection site contains a great deal of information related to the operatios of water and wastewater facilities. Sections on biosolids, nitrification and...

http://www.dep.state.pa.us/dep/deputate/waterops/Redesign/in...
View Resource Wastewater Treatment Water Use

This is a student friendly site describing issues related to wastewater treatment. It covers topics such as What is Wastewater and Why Treat it? Links to visiting a wastewater treatment plant...

http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/wuww.html
View Resource Stream Ecology Center

This site is an Idaho State University site involved with various aspects of stream ecology, predominantly in the west. Access to publications and reports plus selected links in the area of stream...

http://www.isu.edu/departments/strmecol/
View Resource The World of Water Quality

This site provides access to water quality issues around the world. It has an international perspective that sets the stage for global issues. More than 100 countries participate in this initiative.

http://www.gemswater.org/
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