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These two maps show the distribution of precipitation stations across the United States (courtesy of NOAA, 2015) compared to the average amount of precipitation (courtesy of Oregon State University's PRISM Climate Group, 2015). Noticed that there are fewer to no weather stations where there is very little average precipitation.
The United State Geological Survey is the place to start water research!
It contains a wealth of info about water in the United States, such as national water surveys, current water and stream flow conditions (e.g. floods, droughts, water quality, ground water), science topics, water resource programs. And it links to State USGS offfices throughout the nation, plus browse for state & local info via maps.
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Take a look at the Exhibition by American Museum of Natural History.