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Earth Explorations Lesson 3-What Am I? PP1
Earth Explorations Lesson 3-What Am I? PP2
Earth Explorations Lesson 7-Water Delivery PP3
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1. Electricity turns on the water well and pump.
2. Water from a deep aquifer is pumped up to the Earth’s surface.
3. The water travels by pipes to a water tank.
4. From the tank, the water travels through other pipes and under our streets all across the city until it gets to your home.
Becoming an H 2 O Hero Lesson 3 PP1 & PP2. Trinity Aquifer Edwards Aquifer Carrizo Aquifer Click mouse to animate.
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