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Drill down deeper
Get a good grounding on groundwater with these information resources.
- Colour in poster and fun games
- Video: What is groundwater?
- Word search game
- Hands-on activities and ideas
- Class play: 'The story of water in Dryville’
- Video: Groundwater, making the invisible visible
- The water cycle
- Word search
- Recycle maze
- Water crossword
- Aqua's story
- News show explaining the water cycle and providing tips on how to save water (only in Swedish).
- Video: Groundwater, the hidden resource
- Groundwater awareness trivia app
- Education and quiz, water properties
- The water cycle
- The advanced water cycle in over 60 languages
- Water cycle crossword
- Contamination crossword
- Online alumni seminars on groundwater
- Video: Introduction to groundwater
- Video: Groundwater and the future
- Video: Groundwater and handpumps
- Video: Groundwater in Africa
- Video: Drilling – borehole siting
- Video: Drilling – Borehole for a lifetime
- Video: Drilling – 4 steps to better contracts
- Video: Drilling – Why are some boreholes better than others?
- Video: Why is our Groundwater Vulnerable?
- GIS online open courseware for hydrological applications
- Course material: 'Groundwater management in African lake and river basin organizations'
- Training manual: 'Integration of groundwater management into transboundary basin organizations in Africa'
- 7 ways to make groundwater more visible
- 5 things governments can do to protect groundwater
- Video: Invisible Groundwater – The Last Lifeline for Expanding Populations in the Face of Climate Change