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Published in 2016
Essential Question: How do land features and conservation practices affect the flow of water in my schoolyard? Are there areas in your schoolyard where there is a lot of runoff or erosion? As you walk your schoolyard and collect data today consider some of the land features and conservation...
Grade Level   9 10 11 12
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The purpose of AIH is to enhance and strengthen the standing of hydrology as a science and a profession by: Establishing standards and procedures to certify individuals qualified in surface-water, groundwater and water.
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The National Speleological Society does more than any other organization to study, explore, and conserve cave and karst resources; protect access to caves; encourage responsible management of caves and their unique environments; and promote responsible caving.
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The delivery model resembles a pyramid: Project WET forms the point, and workshop facilitators are the broad and essential base, or foundation, of the network. The delivery model functions as follows: Project WET partners with city, regional, state or country organizations to establish Project WET...
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Water in its liquid state is visible, as ponds, streams, water in bottles, and wet surfaces. You can also see water in its solid form , ice and snow. Water as a gas in the air, also called water vapor, is invisible. The process of visible liquid water turning into invisible gaseous water is called...
Grade Level   5 6
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Published in 2016
A watershed is the area of land that water flows over to reach a river, lake, or a stream. Near the upslope edges of a watershed, small tributary streams (1st, 2nd and 3rd order) begin gathering water that flows downstream into larger rivers and eventually drains into a river, bay, or ocean. Some of...
Grade Level   6 7 8
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Published in 2016
Essential Question: How can green building and conservation practices improve your schoolyard and community watershed? If you had a chance to start over and build a new school site from the ground up, what would your ideal school site look like? Would the school you design and build include...
Grade Level   9 10 11 12
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Published in 2006
Water is a crucial ingredient for life on Earth: It nourishes people, plants, and animals and plays a majr role i nthe planet's weather and climate. The water cycle is Earth's natural mechanism for transporting, cleansing, and recycling water between the surface and the atmosphere. In this lesson,...
Grade Level   3 4 5
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In this activity, students will use California precipitation totals and evapotranspiration data to calculate and graph water deficits and surpluses. These spreadsheet models will help students understand droughts and the movement of water in the water cycle.
Grade Level   5 6 7 8
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Published in 2012
This video was taken without the ROV while using the GoPro HD Hero2. The video was taken on what is locally referred to as South Creek at the head of the Akutan Harbor in the eastern Aleutian Islands. The water depth was about 5 inches. It seemed like an interesting perspective to view the rapd...
Grade Level   9 10 11 12
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Learn how increased impervious cover associated with urbanization alters the natural cycling of water.
Grade Level   6 7 8 9 10 11 12
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There are two methods water moves from the ground to the atmosphere as part of the hydrologic cycle. Transpiration is basically evaporation of water from plant leaves. Studies have revealed that transpiration accounts for about 10% of the moisture in the atmosphere, with oceans, seas, and other...
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There is water all over Earth in different forms. By far, most of the planet's water is in the oceans, but it is in other places as well. Sometimes water is a liquid, sometimes it is a solid, and sometimes it is a gas. These changes in the states of matter are the result of the water either gaining...
Grade Level   5 6
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You will create a model of a watershed with paper. By observing how surface water flow is determined by the shape of the land, you will visually and dramatically observe the physical characteristics of a watershed, and investigate the impacts of human land use decisions.
Grade Level   6 7 8
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CareerOneStop occupation profile for a Hydrologist. View information on this career such as: education, workforce, skills, daily activities, and more.
Grade Level   9 10 11 12
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All of the water on Earth is part of a never-ending cycle called the water cycle. Water evaporates (becomes gas) from the surface of the Earth, condenses in the atmosphere as clouds, falls to the Earth as precipitation and then evaporates again, starting the whole process over. In this activity,...
Grade Level   3 4 5
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Published in 2005
This DragonflyTV segment demonstrates how sedimentation forms, how rivers shape the surface of the earth, how rivers are formed, and how they differ from other bodies of water.
Grade Level   4 5 6
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Visualize and explore observed land cover changes for your region and time frame of interest.
Grade Level   9 10 11 12
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Water is the most abundant and important substance on Earth. It is essential to life and is a major component of all living things. There are approximately 336,000,000,000,000,000,000 gallons of water on Earth, existing in three states: solid, liquid, and gas. The sources for this water storage are...
Grade Level   6 7 8 9 10 11 12
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We all know the oceans are salty but so are other sources of water. The oceans have a salinity (salt content) of 35%. The Dead Sea has an average salinity of 290%, almost nine times saltier than the oceans. But what actually does that mean? Just how salty tasting are these various bodies of water?...
Grade Level   6 7 8 9 10 11 12
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