Oklahoma Water Science Center

The USGS is the Nation's largest earth-science agency and has the principal responsibility within the Federal government for providing hydrologic information and appraising the Nation's water resources.

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Presentations In the Oklahoma Water Science Center

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Arbuckle Simpson Current Information OWRB

Arbuckle Simpson Historical Information USGS

Monitoring of Nitrate and Pesticides in Water in Chickasaw Nation Lands, Southern Oklahoma

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Norman Landfill Toxic Hydrology Research Program

Osage-Skiatook Petroleum Environmental Research Site

High Plains National Water-Quality Assessment Home Page

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