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Just Add Water
An interdisciplinary experiment

Reading and Resources

"Why do Atlantans not know that there are massive river systems throughout the state, that a major river runs through the city, that the city dumps all these effluents into it?"

"When the impervious [surface] area rises to 30 percent, the stream habitat becomes completely degraded. On campus, we have greater than 50 percent impervious area."


Safe Access
A social watershed


Water as Sacred
Jewish and Christian traditions


The Rarest Element
Despite centuries of research, mysteries of water remain


Endnotes

 

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Anne Hall, Environmental Studies
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Atlanta, GA 2006

Apr/May 06
Vol 8 No 5