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Fresh Water - A Precious Resource
 


The beginning of a watershed, from the fresh water captured in snow and ice, the moisture of the "cloud forests," the movement of fresh water downhill from rivulets and springs into streams, rivers and groundwater, and finally out to sea to once again be recycled in the hydrological cycle.

(see links for graphics showing the hydrological cycle under U.S. Global Change Research Program and Environment Canada link on our WaterWebs page).


Click here to see what humans do to this fresh water
(and you're not going to like it!)

 
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