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Georgia Water-Resources Projects

The South Atlantic Water Science Center - Georgia conducts hydrologic projects that address a wide variety of water-resources issues, including water supply, groundwater contamination, nutrient loading in streams, effects of land use on water quality, and basic hydrologic data collection. This page lists the major projects currently underway.

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