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This association provides information on its mission, membership, meetings, scholarships, and publications, government affairs information, position papers, technical references, career information, and public education materials on safe water supply issues.
The CIWEM web site contains information on membership, professional development and training programs, national and international CIWEM events, contacts for CIWEM branches and groups, and an online discussion forum.
The EWRI is a specialty organization of the American Society of Civil Engineers. This web site provides an overview of the Institute and information on its committees, membership, events, career information, and products, such as the Institute's online newsletter, EWRI Currents.
This council has information on current issues, their free publications, membership, and meetings, as well as access links to related federal and state agencies, laboratories, and organizations. This site also information on underground injection wells.
This service from the U.S. Environmental Protection agency provides a geographically-based watershed profile which compiles information on stream flow, water quality, water use, pollution sources, and citizen-based groups at work in that watershed. It also has links to clean water, safe drinking water, and wetlands laws.
This U.S. Environmental Protection Agency web site provides extensive information on ground and drinking water, water science, wastewater management, and watersheds. It features news, publications, training, laws and regulations, and educational materials. There are also links to the national water programs, the EPA regional offices, water information by state, an online reference library, and a calendar of events.
A collection of web resources for water scientists, engineers, and librarians. This site provides links to water agencies, water reference databases, comprehensive water pages, related earth science, engineering, environmental science, and law and government sites.
This association advances the beneficial and efficient use of water resources through education, sound science, and technology using reclamation, recycling, reuse and desalination. Their web site has conference information and news, regulatory information and related links.
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) collects information needed to understand the Nation's water resources, and provides access to water data, publications, and maps, as well as to recent water projects and events.