Water Supply & Land Use
Water scarcity and lack of resources sparked migration and war in Syria. Now, parts of the world in drought like Alberta in Canada should take heed. Can it really happen in our own backyard?
Has nature's altered hydrologic cycle contributed to global warming? Here are some interesting facts about the water cycle you may not have learned when young.
A detailed guide explaining everything you need to know about the water cycle, processes and the different types of rainfall all explained with beautiful diagrams.
The sandstorms are real, the drought is real and water was in short supply. The factors that attributed to the Syrian conflict. These are lessons for every nation. What must we learn?
The water cycle describes the continuous movement of all the water on Earth. It is important to ecosystem dynamics as it has a major influence on climate and, thus, on the environments of ecosystems.
If you don't have a fresh water supply utility service or water well, you might consider building your own water cistern system. Learn how on this page.
Fracking has short and long term consequences to people's health and the environment that industry overlooks in their zeal to mine, refine, and steal this rich resource from underground. Educate your self and stand up...
Water harvesting is a great way to help curtail your dependence on municipal water to irrigate your landscaping. If you are thinking about constructing some swales, micro-basins, or even rain barrels to capture...
Soil erosion is caused by water, wind, and even human (mechanical) means. Some of the erosion is natural. Some, however, is created or exacerbated by humans. This type can be slowed or stopped.
You probably see fire hydrants of different colors every single day and may have wondered what the colors mean. Well each color has a meaning of its own.
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