How to change sea water into drinking water
By: D. Vogt
The process of changing sea water into drinking water involves removing unwanted salt, and is referred to as desalination. Desalination is used to produce water on some oceangoing surface ships and submarines, and is also used industrially on the shore to produce drinking water for...
By: Tim Harry
It may sound strange but it is vital that mankind starts to reduce their water consumption. It sounds strange because as most people know 7/10 of the earth’s surface is covered in water, and the amount of water present in the earth’s water...
By: Elizabeth M Young
For twenty years, the Louisiana Earth Scan Laboratory has utilized the equipment and services of several NASA Earth Observation satellites that are packed with the latest in imaging, synchronizing and data sending technology. For the public, the laboratory produces real time images and movies of...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Coral is a living thing, an animal that reproduces as other animals do: either by sexual or by asexual reproduction. Some corals have sperm and eggs, while other corals reproduce by growing polyps that are genetically identical! Some corals expand their territory and odds of...
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA): The General NOAA Operational Modeling Environment (GNOME)
By: Elizabeth M Young
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) developed an organization called the National Ocean Service. The National Ocean Service hosts a department that is called the Office of Response and Restoration. Within the Office of Response and Restoration lives the General NOAA Operational Modeling Environment...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The bottom line is that science is never truly satisfied until the last observation can be made, tested for accuracy and recorded. With an oil spill of the magnitude of the BP oil spill, there is simply no way to observe, record and verify each...
How tides are caused
By: Slawomir Puk
If you live by the sea or you have spend a holiday at the seaside, or even if you have spend some time by the mouth of a river, you will know that at certain times of the day the waters rise and fall. These...
How the hydrological cycle works
By: Slawomir Puk
Rain plays a important part and is one of the stages that helps the Earth to keep its youthful face. This is called the Hydrologic cycle. The water, or water vapour as it is more scientifically called, gets into the air by evaporation. Plants also...
By: Wayne K. Wilkins
The 2012 year is one that holds an endless array of theory and speculation, but none of it yet has substance or meaning beyond anything other than another “Doomsday Theory” based on past documents and writings that cannot viably foresee any such occurrences. However...
By: Wayne K. Wilkins
The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill is more commonly known as the BP Oil Disaster or the BP Oil Spill. The spill itself occurred on April 20, 2010 following an explosion on an oil rig that triggered the outpour of oil from the sea-floor. According to...

 

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