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Island Water

May 18, 2012

The quality of water in wild areas such as national parks in the Pacific islands is essential to every living thing. The National Park Service uses both sophisticated and old-fashioned techniques to keep track of the quality of the water in streams, anchialine pools, and the nearshore environments of parks on Guam, in the CNMI (Saipan), American Samoa, and in Hawaii.

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