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Wet Rocks

An initiative of the Teacher Earth Science Education Programme

Groundwater Education Resources for Teachers

Wet Rocks is a valuable resource for both
learning and teaching about groundwater.
Relevant to the Australian Curriculum,
Wet Rocks is the study of groundwater
and its place in the water cycle, how it
is formed, its importance as a resource,
and the complexities of groundwater
management. It provides interesting,
and to many, new perspectives about
water in our lives.

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Australian
Curriculum

Groundwater is all through the
science and geography curriculum,
and we want to provide teachers
with level and subject materials.

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This project was funded by the Australian Government
through the National Water Commission's Raising
National Water Standards Program.

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