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Water Science

For beginners

Water seems rather simple, but there are many scientific aspects to consider. First of all, consider the water cycle, also known as the hydrologic cycle.
Hydrologic Cycle
Water Cycle-Florida Case Study
Hydrologic Cycle
Real-Time Hydrologic Data
The Water Cycle At Work
Water Cycle Movie

Next, consider the chemistry of water. Pure water is uncommon. As a result, scientists can dedicate their careers to studying the chemical aspects of water.
Learn About Groundwater
Water Treatment FAQ
Home Water Quality and Safety
Water As A Sustainable Resource
Water Quality Modules
Water Activities

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