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    reason it is a common occurrence for these symbiotic relationships to take place. Bacteria is an often seen symbiont to other animals for its ability to provide nutrients, camouflage, and light, among other beneficial contributions. One way bacteria supply these benefits can be seen in coral reefs, where bacteria are capable of fixing…

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    What is the Gastro Virus? The virus which infected Havelock Norths water supply was called Campylobacter. Campylobacter are a group of germs that are a common cause of food poisoning. Food poisoning occurs when food or water contaminated with germs, poisons or chemicals is eaten or drunk. Typically, food poisoning causes gastro infections, which is an an infection of the gut. This leads to diarrhea and sometimes vomiting. How do you catch Campylobacter? Campylobacter germs are commonly found in…

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    Water Desalination

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    Use of geothermal energy and boosted MED to have a stand-alone desalination, design of a prototype for water mass production based on hydrologic cycle principles (idea behind cloud formation, move of water as body without surface), use of cloud seeding techniques to increase condensation rate in thermal desalination (i.e. use of nuclei to increase water vapour condensation in industrial scale), and conceptual design of new desalination technology based on anatomy of loop of Henle in marine…

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    INTRODUCTION Water is the most vital fluid around the world. Without water, there would be no life, in any event not in the way we know it. In the state of life today, the requirement for immaculate drinking water is more the inquiry of the regular man. Eighty percent of the human digestion system is water. This is the reason 90% of human illnesses are borne water. There are 3 sorts of water pollutions, which cause waterborne maladies. 1. Microbiological-microorganisms/ infection. 2…

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    Carbon Dioxide Impact

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    groundwater. The amount of water it takes each year to produce food for the whole human race is enough to fill a canal 10 meters deep, 100 meters wide, and 12.1 million kilometres long, long enough to encircle the globe 180 times. Impacts include water degradation, the depletion of rivers and groundwater as well as eutrophication when excess nutrients enter the water courses and cause algal bloom. Rivers are drying up because of greater agricultural production and water consumption and…

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    points) Loss reduction- Walmart had backup generators and fuel shipped to their stores in case of power outages. Wal-Mart also did not have looting on a mass scale because they gave out food and water to those in need. Loss…

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    Water is a key to organizing all creatures lives and is important in many land surface disciplines such as agriculture, hydrology and environmental science (Delworth and Manabe, 1989). Especially, soil moisture is vital of importance to plant in order to maintain its life processes biologically. Water constitutes 80 to 90% of the fresh weight of most herbaceous plant parts and more than 50% of the fresh weight of woody plants. On the other hand, increasing population and decreasing water source…

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    I awake with my face submerged in the sand while the remnants of my ship disintegrate in a fiery blaze behind me. With no idea what continent I am in, and with no water or supplies to turn to, I start to feel utterly petrified for my life. I am lost. The real surprise was wiping the coral-coloured sand from my woozy eyes to find a land that almost defies all I know to be true. Despite my disorientation and my pounding head, I just about manage to pull myself up from the ground and stagger to…

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    In 1817 a scientist known by the name of Johann August Arfvedson discovered a new element called lithium while he was working with a mineral petalite (Jefferson Lab Web). However, even though this element was found by Arfvedson, William Thomas Brande and Sir Humphrey Davy were the first people to isolate it (Jefferson Lab Web). Lithium is very abundant, it is a soft silver white alkali metal with the atomic number of three. Lithium is silver and contains no odor (Element Project). In…

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    There have been thousands of migrant stories over the years, of people who have come to Australia for a new life. This is the story of Adam and Arek Romaniuk, who travelled from Krakow in Poland to Australia in the 1960s. World War two had raged through Europe in the 1940s, Poland was perhaps more affected than any other country. It was decimated and lost its independence. For 20-year-old Adam, a farmer from Krakow in the south of Poland, it meant witnessing much horror and despair at home and…

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