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View Resource Stormwater

The first site related to stormwater is provided by the Environmental Protection Agency. (1 ). Called Storm Water, this informative site provides a wide array of information and resources for citizens and professionals including a general description of the problems of stormwater, program information on protecting water resources from stormwater, and much more. The second site,Stormie's Clean...
View Resource Bryant Creek Watershed Atlas

The Bryant Creek Watershed Project created this online atlas filled with a wealth of information on every aspect of this Missouri watershed -- even for those who do not live near the site. Teachers can find interactive, fun lesson plans for kindergarten through twelfth grade dealing with many aspects of the physical environment. Students will find an abundance of games, quizzes, and interactive...
View Resource U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Surf Your Watershed

This U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) website allows users to locate, use and share environmental information about their state and watershed. Using the interactive map, users can locate their watershed and discover geologic, chemical, and geographical information. Visitors can learn how to adopt a watershed and locate citizen-based groups. The Watershed Atlas provides data and...
View Resource C-SAW: Consortium for Scientific Assistance to Watersheds

"The goal for C-SAW is to transfer knowledge and skills to watershed groups or local sponsors thereby helping to build their capacity to plan and conduct watershed assessments, and conduct post-implementation monitoring." Users can learn about the technical assistance provided by C-SAW, including watershed specific assistance, mentoring, and water quality education available to eligible groups in...
View Resource Shippensburg University: Burd Run Interdisciplinary Watershed Research Laboratory

Burd Run Interdisciplinary Watershed Research Laboratory at Shippensburg University is a cooperative of thirteen faculty members to improve undergraduate science education. The website details the involvement of continuous monitoring of hydrology, water quality, and meteorology and data collection and analysis in various undergraduate courses. Users can view the streams, land use, soils, geology,...