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ABOUT THE MS WSC

WATER-RESOURCES PROJECTS IN MISSISSIPPI

The Water Resources Discipline investigates the occurrence, quantity, quality, distribution, uses, and movement of surface and groundwater to develop and disseminate scientific knowledge and understanding of the Nation's water resources.

Basin Characteristics

Land Use Impacts

Long Term Monitoring

Hazards

Contaminant Fate and Transport

Habitat Assessment

National Water Quality Assessment Program (NAWQA)

Modeling

Delta Region

Coastal Region



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