How water is distributed throughout the world.
Learn about water scarcity, what is it, where is it... it is not just about the physical presence of water.
An in-depth and interesting look at the history of the supply of water. California in particular is discussed in relations to water supply and demand.
Reviews how water is distributed throughout the world and the problem of water scarcity.
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Scientists are working on a way to desalinate seawater that mines minerals with little harm to the environment.
Lake Michigan is one of the five Great Lakes. Pollution has been a problem for decades, but people are trying harder than ever to clean up the lake and to keep it from becoming further polluted.
Discover how bacteria can harness metals from the brine left over by the process of reverse osmosis used to desalinate seawater.
Discover the effects of an extreme drought on the people and landscapes of California's Central Valley as chronicled in photographs.
Students will explore a new method for growing crops in arid climates, explore where else this method could be implemented, and use it to better understand the greenhouse effect.
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