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View Resource Climate Change: Impacts on Water Resources

2007 Briefing Series for Members of Congress and Staff Podcasts and Powerpoint presentations.

http://water.usgs.gov/owq/topics.html#drin
View Resource Climate Change Science

The earth's surface does not exist in a static, unchanging "natural" condition interrupted only by the work of humans, but instead it is a dynamic system of which humans are a part. Knowledge about...

http://geochange.er.usgs.gov/
View Resource Following the Flow: An Inside Look at Wastewater Treatment

A wastewater treatment guide by the Water Environment Federation (WEF)

http://www.wef.org/WorkArea/linkit.aspx?LinkIdentifier=id&It...
View Resource Global Change Hydrology Program: (Hydroclimatology)

The Global Change Hydrology Program was begun in 1990 to develop data, understanding, and predictive capabilities related to water and associated aspects of carbon and the greenhouse gases as they...

http://water.usgs.gov/osw/programs/globalchange.html
View Resource Transport of Pathogens from Fecal Sources to Beaches and Drinking Water

Pathogens associated with animal and human fecal wastes are carried in water and can move through the environment via stormwater runoff, groundwater, and surface waters (such as rivers)....

http://cws.msu.edu/documents/Factsheet5_transport.pdf
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