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Agencies and Associations
- Georgia Water Council : Georgia manages water resources in a sustainable manner to support the state's economy, to protect public health and natural systems, and to enhance the quality of life for all citizens. Website provides a link to the Georgia Water Planning were you have access to information on Water Planning Regions, Forecasting, Resources Assessments and more information.
- American Water Works Association: A great resource to explore. Offers information on membership, volunteer opportunities, education (webinars, elearning courses, training videos) and more.
- Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commissionhttps: The Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission was formed to protect, conserve, and improve the water and soil resources of the State of Georgia. Students will find educational resources (i.e. Erosion & Sediment Certification program), news & events, videos and more.
- Georgia Water Planning: A direct link to the website.
National Water Information System Mapper (USGS)
Mapping Water Conditions & Water Quality
National Water Information System Mapper (USGS): View sites for groundwater monitoring, surface water monitoring, springs, and more. Click on a site to retrieve a link to go to more data.
National Real Time Water Quality for the Nation: Continuous real-time water-quality data are used for decisions regarding drinking water, water treatment, regulatory programs, recreation, and public safety. Sensors in streams typically measure streamflow, water temperature, specific conductance, pH, dissolved oxygen and turbidity. Additionally, these measurements can be used as surrogates to compute real-time concentrations and loads of other water-quality constituents.