Resources and References

Resources

For information on the continuous movement of water on , above and below the surface of the Earth see: The Water Cycle, U.S. Geological Survey

To learn where Earth’s water is located see: The World’s Water, U. S. Geological Survey

For information on groundwater and surface water and their interactions see: Groundwater & Surface Water: Understanding the Interaction, A Guide for Watershed Partnerships

NAWQA Report: Pesticides in the Nation’s Streams and Ground Water, 1992–2001: A Summary

USGS Study of Pesticides in Corn Belt Rivers: http://www.usgs.gov/newsroom/article.asp?ID=2345&from=rss_home

Presentations

References

Kormondy, E.J. 1976. Concepts of Ecology. Prentice Hall, Inc. 238 pp.

Porter, M.J., L.B. Beckhardt, K.S. Porter, and B.Y. Perigard. 1997. Pollution Prevention Through Effective Agricultural Management, Progress Report: Watershed Agricultural Program for the New York City Watersheds, Water Resources Institute, Cornell University, 104 pp.

Raymond, L.S. Jr. 1988. What is Groundwater. Bulletin No. 1. New York State Water Resources Institute, Cornell University. 11 pp.

Sailus, M. 1995. Pesticides and Groundwater. A guide for the Pesticide User. NRAES-34. Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service. 25 pp.

Trautman, N.M., K.S. Porter and R.J. Wagenet. 1985. Groundwater What it is and How to Protect It? Water Resources Institute, Cornell University, Fact Sheet. 400.04.

Trautman, N.M., K.S. Porter and R.J. Wagenet. 1985. Water and soil. New York State Water Resources Institute, Cornell University, Fact Sheet. 400.05.

Trautman, N.M., K.S. Porter and R.J. Wagenet. 1989. Pesticides and Groundwater: A Guide for the Pesticide User. Water Resources Institute, Cornell University, Fact Sheet. 400.07.

Compiled by Ron Gardner

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