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USGS Recognizes "National Groundwater Awareness Week" > Twitter Chat

USGS Recognizes National Groundwater Awareness Week: Twitter Chat

Tweet with us!

Ever wanted to ask a USGS groundwater scientist a question?

Want to know what it's like to study groundwater at the USGS?

Want to know more about what kind of groundwater studies the USGS does?


Then tweet with us! Join us for a live Twitter chat with USGS hydrologists as part of our recognition of National Groundwater Awareness Week. We'll tell you a little bit about the science we do and what being a USGS hydrologist is like. We'll respond to as many of your questions as we can.

Date: Wednesday March 13, 2013
Time: 3:00 to 3:30PM Eastern
Where: Twitter. Follow @USGSLive and use #AskUSGS

How it works:
Join us on Twitter at the designated time. USGS scientists will be tweeting live from our @USGSLive account. Tweet your groundwater questions to our scientists using the hashtag #AskUSGS. Follow @USGSLive, or track #AskUSGS to see the whole conversation.

For more ways to connect with USGS, see a complete listing of USGS social media accounts.

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