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Water Resources and Water Quality
Rusty Soils and Filmy Water: Helpful or Harmful?
Today, iron is visible to us where it forms rusty-colored minerals in springs or small streams, stains soils, and forms metallic-looking rocks that are often mistaken for meteorites. These minerals often form when iron dissolved in water precipitates, like how seawater leaves salt behind when it evaporates. Have you found iron where you live? Why is it there? How do you know if it is naturally occurring or some type of contamination?
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