The primary mission of the NWS is to provide weather and flood warnings, public forecasts and advisories for all of the United States, its territories, adjacent waters and ocean areas, primarily for the protection of life and property.
A statewide body to promote and facilitate the coordination, collaboration and communication of scientifically sound, ambient water quality and quantity information to support effective environmental management
A U.S. Geological Survey site that provides scientific information intended to help educate the public about natural resources, natural hazards, geospatial data, and issues that affect our quality of life.
Scientific information intended to help educate the public about natural resources, natural hazards, geospatial data, and issues that affect our quality of life - selected online resources, including lessons, data, maps, and more, to support teaching, learning, education (K-12), and university-level inquiry and research.
A U.S. ACE site for students, teachers, librarians, and other educators. Topics covered include disaster response, engineering, environmental protection, navigation, recreation, water resources management, and research.
An Environmental Protection Agency Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water site for kids and teachers. Topics include the water cycle, ground-water movement, water purification, where our water comes from, and hands-on activities.
A NAWIC site that provides information to students, scientists, engineers, managers, and policymakers on water-related topics, such as water supply, sanitation, hydrologic hazards, water quality, and river basin systems.
A great site for kids! “Science Bob” Pflugfelder makes science fun by showing experiments to do at home, explaining weather information, providing science fair project ideas, explaining how the human body works, and answering your science questions.
A National Aeronautics and Space Administration site for kids and teachers that includes games and teacher guides. This site explains how people affect the earth and how NASA studies the land, air, water, and natural hazards.