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    Ethiopian Drinking Water

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    careers, one must think clearly about which country scientists choose to help. In Ethiopia, villages lack the adequate amount of drinking water to sustain every villagers need. Out of the 82,825,000 people that live in Ethiopia, 62% of people live without the supply of clean drinking water, and 271,000 children die each year from various causes, including unclean water (Onuoha). Most land in Ethiopia is farmland, which is the reason why the majority of Ethiopians live in rural areas. 84% of…

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    INTRODUCTION The goal of the experiment was to find the concentration of an unknown water sample using several standard phosphate solutions’ absorbencies and Beer’s Law. Knowing the relationship between the absorption of light and concentration allows scientists to know the identity and quantity of a substance in samples. Because phosphorous is an essential nutrient to plant and animal life and is in short supply in most fresh waters, a small increase could result in detrimental effects to the…

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    HRELJAC Birth dated: Ottawa,1991,may 13 1991 (current age 25) introduction Imagine that you have to fetch some water from many kilometers away how many times you have to go and bring water everyday. But you can’t go to school because of how much time goes as you go fetch some water. But above all the water you use is clean and it often makes you sick, but its the only water supply you have. Is that fair? His opinion and what he has done Ryan Hreljac doesn’t think so and he his thinking…

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    Plains Aquifer system it underlies 80% of the High Plains. The aquifer yields 30% of the water used for irrigation in America, and 82% of the drinking water to the High Plains. After WWII, central pivot irrigation became available and the High Plains aquifer system became one of the most agriculturally productive regions in the world. Rodger Funk, one of the first farmers to create wells from the aquifer, used the water without a care just like many others. He was soon devastated to find out…

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    Water pollution in the Danjiangkou Reservoir is getting dangerously out of hand. The pollution is getting worse due to the lead in the water and untreated sewage. Water pollution is classified as the contamination of water bodies. The Contamination can be caused from inadequate treatment of pollutants. As said in the book Water Pollution, “much of water pollution comes from factories that make cars, clothing, shoes, refrigerators, computers, and books and they have to get rid of the chemicals…

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    “Land of a Thousand Hills”, Rwanda’s landscape contains hills and multiple mountains each filled with steep slopes and valleys. Advantages that benefit this environment include two consistent water sources and easily accessible water drainage. Two rainy seasons supply the country with an adequate amount of water. A beneficial way to improve an understanding of Rwanda is by separating the region into five regions. Starting in the west, along the Lake Kivu the first region…

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    Drylands Research Paper

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    was a marsh which I took when I visited Pinckney Island. Marshes are usually found on the edge of a stream, pond, or lake. They often flood and if the surrounding area gets too dry, they feed the water from the flood back to stream, pond, or lake. A marsh is a type of wetland, an area of land where water covers ground for long periods of time. Unlike swamps, which are dominated by trees, marshes are usually treeless and dominated by grasses and other herbaceous plants. Herbaceous plants have no…

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    PURIFICATION OF SEA WATER INTRODUCTION SEAWATER: -Sea water or salt water is water from sea or ocean. Sea or ocean water accounts for the most percentage of water on the earth. Almost anything can be found in sea water. This includes dissolved salts from earth’s crust and material released by micro organisms. It is the most impure form of natural water. Rivers join sea and throw in the impurities carried by them. Moreover continuous evaporation of water from the surface of sea makes sea water…

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    ruptured sewer or water lines, and in some situations a burst municipal main sending water your way are potential sources of flooding, and severe damage to your home and its foundation. If your home has experienced flooding in the past, a Benjamin Franklin plumber in Arlington can assist you in preventing damage to your home. A sump pump provides your basement or crawlspace with a line of defense against flooding. The sump pump sits in or over a sump pit where water collects. As the water level…

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    The Great Warming: Critical Analysis In a time referred to at the Medieval Warm Period, the earth faced a rise in temperature that altered the climate worldwide. In a New York Times Bestseller, The Great Warming, written by Brian Fagan, we learn how the history of the world a half millennium ago implies that we still are misjudging the power that climate change holds. Brian Fagan, an anthropologist at the University of California, Santa Barbara, works his way across the globe to find evidence…

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