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Native Waters: Springs and Seeps by Steve Rice - part 4

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Uploaded on May 13, 2010

The springs and seeps of Grand Canyon are places of exceptional natural beauty that provide water and shelter in an otherwise arid environment. Springs also support diverse riparian vegetation and are often locations of substantial cultural significance. Hundreds of springs and seeps exist in the park, yet little is known about most of them.

Park Hydrologist Steve Rice, who received his master of science in geology from Northern Arizona University in 2007, will provide an overview of the hydrologic system that supports the canyons springs and seeps. He will also discuss activities and processes that threaten them, and the development of new protocols for baseline-data collection, interpretation and monitoring.

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