Global Water News, a Daily Digest
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Water — Open Access Journal, peer-reviewed journal on water science and technology, including the ecology and management of water resources.
The USA’s National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Science Education offers curriculum supplements for K–12 science teachers.
A reminder of the basics: What Is Capillary Action? Great, fun refresher for adults, even better for homeschooling and grade school children.
Deal with Hurricanes and Floods
Thanks to Mickey Taylor at floodsafety.info for these links:
- Flash Flood Safety and Damage Prevention Guide
- Building Your Disaster Supply Kit
- What to Do to Keep Your Dog Safe Before and During a Flood
- What you should do if you get stuck driving in floodwaters
- How to Recover After a Hurricane
- Safe Cleaning After a Home Flood – What You Need to Know
- Mold and Flooded Homes
Water Testing: Methods, Equipment, Procedures
Remembering the basics: “Why is Water Quality Monitoring Important?”
“NEMI is a searchable database that allows scientists and managers to find and compare analytical and field methods for all phases of environmental monitoring.”
Comprehensive: the USGS Water Science School’s Surface Water Information
The ABC’s of Stormwater Pollution Prevention — educator resources from the City of Los Angeles Watershed Protection Program.
Daily Digest of California Water News — Maven’s Notebook does a good job staying on top of the Golden State’s latest.
Comprehensive: the USGS Water Science School’s Groundwater