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  • The Water Supply of Florida

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    The water supply of Florida is important for a number of reasons. But it is crucial because it not only helped develop human society but it is also continually sustaining it. There are a number of phases and processes that take place to make this happen. There are numerous stages that take place simultaneously in the hydrologic cycle and this includes evaporation. This is when the water alters from a liquid state into a gas. The damp air from the water rises into the atmosphere and when it cools

  • water supply in africa

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    In Africa, there are many issues that are prevalent in everyday life. The reality of having dirty water supply is something that the civilians have to deal with on an everyday bases. Without clean water their is no way for a person survive. Also, people are getting sick due to the contaminated water. Parents are watching their children die and have no way to help or stop the tragedies. Through out the years their has been progress, but it is something that needs to be addressed and needs to be fixed

  • America’s Dwindling Water Supply

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    Water shortage in United States is a potential problem. Today almost no one consider how serious the issue is. Water is the main resource of our living; we have it and do not realize how much water we waste. In U.S.A. there are over usage of water in irrigation, agriculture, industry and over usage in residential purposes. According to CBS News report (Strassmann, 2010), average American uses about 150 gallons every day, while Englishmen use 40 gallons, Chinese – 22 and Kenyan - 13 gallons. Strassmann

  • East Bay Water Supply

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    East Bay Water Supply East Bay Municipal Utility District services large areas of Alameda and Contra Costa counties, including the city of Albany (Water Resources Planning Division, 2011). To accommodate a population of 1.3 million customers, EBMUD obtains its water supply from the Comanche and Pardee Reservoirs in the Sierra, as well as over 160 local reservoirs and neighborhood tanks (EBMUD, 2012). Both large reservoirs are in the Mokelumne River Watershed, accounting for approx. 90 percent of

  • Decline in Water Supply in India

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    Introduction The available water in India has declined drastically over the past several decades due to the rise in demand for water sources across almost every industry. This shortage has greatly affected all activity in India, including the agricultural industry and the available drinking water for domestic life. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, or the FOA, believes that India will literally run out of water if certain steps are not taken to replenish India’s aquifers

  • The World's Freshwater Water Supply

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    The source of hometown public water is recently receiving high levels of contamination. Towns, cities and states are dealing with levels of bacteria, parasites and feces living in their drinking and cleaning water. The cause of these risky water factors is from sources of sewer treatment, pharmaceuticals and old pipes in older homes. “These pollutions can unknowingly affect your safety in your home that can harm your health.” (Walls-Thumma) Water affects the health and sanitation of not only

  • Water Supply In South Africa

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    for survival, water along with other resources has become the victim of his indifference. South Africa, one of the most advanced countries in Africa, with a thriving economy based on technology and agriculture, is currently facing a downward slope in terms of water availability. It was newly testified that South Africa, with half the comprehensive average rainfall, will run out of water as soon as 2015. Experts estimate that South Africa will be short of 3-billion cubic meters of water by 2030 which

  • Sudan´s Fresh Water Supply

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    1.0 Introduction Water is one very essential resource for human existence. It accounts for about two thirds of the earth surface with a volume of about 1.4 billion cubic centimeter. About 97 percent of the total earth’s water is salt water from the ocean with only a minute percentage existing as freshwater accessible for direct human consumption. Freshwater is found in lakes, rivers, reservoirs and underground sources some of which are shallow enough to be tapped at an affordable cost. The lack of

  • Urban Water Supply and Demand

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    INTRODUCTION Water availability critically influences human well-being and directly affects ecosystems and the environment. Water supply and demand issues are especially more complicated in areas of rapid urban and population growth. Projections say that 46 to 52 countries and a total population of 3 billion people will be water stressed by 2025 (Rosegrant, 1997). And to increase a little bit more the complexity, there is the fact that water availability is not homogeneous. Water is irregularly

  • Water Supply Case Study

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    1. To address water supply problem: 1) Water diversion and irrigation method A primary purpose of many dams, both large and small, is to facilitate water diversions. Although existing water supplies can be stretched much more and new water infrastructure can be deferred using water conservation and efficiency strategies described below, people will continue to divert water from rivers and other surface sources for various purposes. In many dam investigations, the question comes down to: could we