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Groundwater and the Water Cycle 04/23/2012 - By

Groundwater and the  Water Cycle

Now that you have learned about the exciting world of groundwater, it is time to see how it fits into that endless watery process called the water cycle, also known as thehydrologic cycle.

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Easy Ways to Conserve Water 04/23/2012

Don’t Let It Run.
We have all developed the bad habit of letting the faucet run while wait for the shower to warm up, while we brush our teeth, or while wait for a cold glass of water. Keeping a pitcher of water in the refrigerator or turning the fa

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What is groundwater 04/23/2012

Groundwater is water that comes from the ground. Sounds easy, doesn't it? Amazingly, many people use groundwater but don't even know it. In fact, half of everyone in the United States drinks groundwater everyday! Groundwater is even used to irrigate

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Life trapped under a glacier 07/07/2010

Life trapped under a glacier

Ever heard of Blood Falls? It’s freezing cold, far away and hard to reach — probably not where you’re headed on your family vacation this summer.

Blood Falls is at the tip of a giant glacier in Antarctica. As its name suggests, the icy face of Blood Fall

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A Volcano Wakes Up 07/02/2010

A Volcano Wakes Up

After resting for nearly 2 decades, Mount St. Helens woke up this fall. Shaking ground and a skyward blast proved to the world that it's still an active volcano.

Tiny earthquakes had been shaking the mountain for a week before it erupted on Oct. 1, 2004.

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A Dire Shortage of Water 07/02/2010

A Dire Shortage of Water

If it were up to me, the weather would be hot and sunny every day.

Good thing it's not up to me. Earth needs rain and snow.

Without a reliable supply of water, we would have nothing to drink, nothing to sustain our crops. Swimming pools would be empty.

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Recipe for a Hurricane 07/02/2010

Recipe for a Hurricane

Last August, Charley ripped through Florida. The hurricane tore up trees, wiped out houses, and caused more than $7 billion in damage.

At about the same time, a series of typhoons killed at least 40 people in the Philippines and forced more than a millio

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Wave of Destruction 07/02/2010

Wave of Destruction

It was a nightmare come true.

On Dec. 26, 2004, a huge wall of water rose from the Indian Ocean and slammed into the coasts of countries in Asia and Africa. The giant wave, called a tsunami, washed people out of their homes and swept them off beaches.


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Undersea Vent System Active for Ages 07/02/2010

Undersea Vent System Active for Ages

Deep at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, there is a huge and mysterious network of rock structures called the Lost City.

Rock spires on the steep slopes of an undersea mountain stretch as high as 18-story buildings. Cracks in the rocks spit out warm flu

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Slower Growth, Greater Warmth 07/02/2010

Slower Growth, Greater Warmth

There seems little doubt that Earth is heating up. As temperatures rise, many people worry about how global warming may affect life on the planet.

A long-term study in Central America gives one more reason for concern. Adult trees in a rain forest in Cos

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