Water - Planning for the Future
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OVERVIEW: The student will understand that water resources include both surface water and ground water. The student will investigate the increases (or decreases) for water user groups - irrigation, municipal, manufacturing, steam electric power generation cooling, livestock, and mining. The student will use percentage change during the investigation. Graphs will be used by the student to relate the data as part of a written report.
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