By: Chukwudi Ubachu
the nile river can be divided into three zones, the first zone consists of tributaries to the two streams of the white nile and the blue nile which forms a confluence near khartoum in sudan. the second zone is the expanse between khartoum and cairo...
By: Todd Rickey
Historical Hydrocarbon Usage for Chemicals Detected in Groundwater near a Former US Air Force Test Cell Facility [LOCATION OMITTED]Analytical Results OverviewThe ground water at the Test Cells Site located in [location omitted] is impacted by many hydrocarbon contaminants (Ellis, 2001, URS, 1999, URS, 2001). Primarily...
By: Todd Rickey
Cycling of water through our world dynamically affects all aspects of life. Significantly, wetlands form an entire bridge within the hydrologic cycle. Because all portions of the natural sequence must flow uninterrupted for stability of thiscritical resource, wetland areas of all types are vital. So...
By: Stephen H
If God were a molecule which do you think He would be. There is only one answer, He would have to be water. It is both the origin of life and a most powerful natural force. The most wondrous sights are made from water, beautiful...
By: Rini Hutchinson
Storm and Tsunami Termination TheoriesPREFACEThe following theoretical strategies employ a combination of two existing technologies which are currently employed by the U.S. Military. These include the Electro-Magnetic-Pulse missile bomb (EMP) and the Mother of All Bombs (MOAB), commonly referred to as the "Shock &...
By: Patti Wilson
Can We Trust The Florida Aquifer? The Florida Aquifer has always been our most valuable natural resource. One of the most productive aquifers in the world, the Florida Aquifer produces over 8 billion gallons of water each day providing water for drinking, residential, industrial...
By: Jobie Weetaluktuk
Water: Natural and WonderfulI long for you like my soul longs to sit before the simmer waters of Tasiq Lake. Water makes up about 3/4 of the earth surface. Human blood is 83% water. We are mostly water (about 66%) and yet the chicken is...
By: Peggy Barnett
Water, as a resource on the planet, has become a commodity much abused, since it is too often taken for granted. Many feats of modern engineering, involved in re-routing bodies of water, in order to use or consume the water immediately, have resulted in massive...
By: Stuart Westwood
A few miles north of Honduras' Caribbean coast, the Bay Islands are becoming a Mecca for sport divers and holiday makers. Beautiful views, reefs and the possibility of a whale shark encounter draw in the tourists all year round. The islanders rely principally on fishing...
By: Anne StClair
Living underwater has been a dream of humanity for centuries, and perhaps even longer - because water covers more of the planet than land, but it's an alien and inhospitable environment. Until this point humans have only had a passing presence underwater in short-stay habitats...

 

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