Essays on Water

The Timelessness and the Cyclic Nature of Life in the Novel Siddhartha by Herman Hesse
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Sometimes, the best teacher is one’s own self in Herman Hesse's story, Siddhartha. Siddhartha, the main character, undergoes many trials searching for enlightenment, peace, and happiness, sometimes even within himself. Hesse's motif—the river—teaches Siddhartha to embrace the timelessness and cyclic nature of life in order to accept the idea that reaching joy and success is not a destination, but rather a lifelong journey. Like the river flows without end, so do Siddhartha’s opportunities to redeem himself, even though he has…...
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The Importance of Promoting Ocean Exploration to Benefit Human Life Today and in the Future
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The ocean covers 71 percent of the Earth‘s surface, but many of the hidden treasures the ocean holds have yet to be discovered In comparison Earth is just a speck in a sea of space. But in recent years, many discoveries of a different way to live off earth, and ways to receive resources from different planets have taken over the news, space exploration is very exciting. Getting to discover something new and untouched, where no one has ever gone…...
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Tourism And Ecosystem Services
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Lakes are freshwater bodies having several economic importance and ecosystem services. They serve as a home of aquatic organisms, keeping water table level, biodiversity preservation, climate regulation, and flood control. Numerous contaminants enter to them through means of point and nonpoint sources. Pollutant enrichment in the lakes degrades water and sediment qualities which are the most important components of aquatic biota wellbeing and disturbs normal ecological functions. Normally, sediment is said to be polluted by heavy metals when traced concentrations…...
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The Benefits of Different Services Provided to Our Environment and Ecosystem Throughout Azerbaijan
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Solar energy, Earth's interior temperature, mineral resources, water, climate, soil, vegetation, and wildlife is essential for humanity, are the main pans of the ecosystem Human itself is also a part of nature, In this paper, different services providing benefits to our environment/ecosystem throughout my hometown - Azerbaijan will be highlighted. First 7 Provisioning services. Let’s start with the close connection between agricultural production and its environmental benefits on our ecosystem. Environmentally sound agricultural production is a sustainable way of developing…...
The Dangers of the Exploitation of the Oceans and the Need to Save Them
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Humans have been exploiting the ocean's resources for centuries. As Jon Bowermaster states, "[they have] now abused the ocean to the point of almost no return" (xiii). Society needs to understand that "[w]ater equals life; there is no separation" (DiCaprio 194). Every human is responsible for the problems the ocean is facing. They must find a way to balance their own needs with the ocean's needs; otherwise, they will be the cause of their own destruction. Humans will continue to…...
The Negative Effects of Ocean Acidification in the Article Our Deadened, Carbon-Soaked Seas
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In the New York Times article "Our Deadened, Carbon-soaked Seas," co-op authors Richard W. Spinrad and Ian Boyd call attention to the calamity of ocean acidification and the effect that it is having on multiple parts of the planet, including the marine ecosystems, shellfish quantities, and toxic evolution of algal species. By giving a definition of what ocean acidification is, and explaining the drastic effects carbon pollution is causing to our waters, Spinrad and Boyd effectively describes a horrendous problem…...
Wetlands In Los Angeles
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Park uses many measures to purify the soil to create a small environment inside the wetland. However, the pedestrian activities will inevitably cause damage to the environment of the park. The designers have not fully considered the impact of pedestrian activities on various small environments and made corresponding measures. The design team divided the habitats of different species, but the small parks in the Los Angeles city did not have enough space for each species in the park to have…...
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My Experience of Being While at Sugar Lake
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At Sugar Lake those ten minutes of "being" opened my eyes up to what I have been missing for such a long time, My mind drifted away from the chaos that had been rushing through my head, The stress of being in college and having so much work to do was starting to burden me. I was constantly worrying that with all this work that I am going to eventually break down, but as the ten minutes proceeded my mind…...
The Characteristics and Dangers of Copper Ore Mining
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Copper is a naturally occurring substance found in rocks in the form of ore. In order for copper to be used it must go through the production process that transforms the are into copper that will be suitable for use. Copper mines, like most other mines, are owned mostly by multi-national corporations that often exploit the workers and people who live around them. Copper is a commodity that is vew important in today's society and has many practical uses. however,…...
A Personal Account of the Importance of Patience While Fishing for Marlin
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Along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, the water is the color of an emerald in the sun and as warm as a hot bath When you head out to deeper water, you see darker patches of seal Mysterious murky patches of colder water that loom beneath each vessel awaiting its demise While floating above one of these dark patches, I learned that patience is not only a virtue but a necessity when fishing for marlini The story begins…...
The Water Crisis in Egypt, and the Reasons Behind It
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Egypt is facing the water crisis nowadays: Egyptian officials say they currently have about 570 cubic meters (150,000 gallons) of water per person per year – hydrologists consider the country as facing water scarceness if supplies fall lower than 1,000 cubic meters per person per year. Industrial development also threatens the quantity and quality of water supplies in Egypt, exacerbating the existing issue of shallow groundwater pollution from synthetic chemicals and improper use of fertilizers and pesticides. The United Nations…...
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Utilization of Wastewater for Biofuel Production
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There has never been a better time to explore other forms of renewable resources being used for fuel. Because our oil resources are depleting and our needs for oil keep growing looking into algae farming as a potential source of fuel seems like common sense. To construct a deeper understanding of algae farming we look to mapping. Using Daniel A. Barbers text Hubbert’s Peak, Eneropa, and the Visualization of Renewable Energy where he speaks about using mapping to historically visualize…...
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Removal of Copper from Wastewater Using Tidal Flow Constructed Wetland
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Abstract Industrial wastewater contains number of impurities but the heavy metal present in it is harmful for surface water, ground water and soil. Constructed Wetland are considered as natural system with greater efficiency to treat industrial wastewater. Tidal flow constructed wetlands as a type of 4th generation wetland systems for biological wastewater treatment. This study reports the removal of copper from synthetic wastewater using tidal flow constructed wetland. This study was carried out on laboratory scale tidal flow constructed wetland…...
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Application of Nanomaterials in Water and Westwater Treatment
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Abstract Water on Earth is a precious and finite resource, which is most important component for living beings and endlessly recycled in the water cycle. Providing clean and century. Water, whose physical, chemical, or biological properties have been altered due to the addition of contaminants such as organic/inorganic materials, pathogens, heavy metals or other toxins making it unsafe for the ecosystem, can be termed as wastewater. water shortage is prevalent even in water-rich areas as immense pressure has been created…...
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World and Intrastate Water Conflicts: The Global Hot Spots
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India-China Water Dispute Brahmaputra River originates in Tibet which is a part of China, and from there it flows into India. China is building many dams on the river in order to control the flow of water from river, and which it can use for its additional gain, and later on to act as hydro hegemony, controlling the major water resources of south Asia. This act of China can lead to a possible water war. Per capita water supply in…...
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The Fight Over Water Extraction in Florida
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The issue that my paper addresses is water bottling from springs in Florida which has spawned a lot of controversy in the past year. The policy at the center of this issue is the Florida Water Resources Act of 1972, which claimed water from lakes, rivers, and springs as Florida property, but did not assign a monetary value to it. Local residents, conservation activists, tourists, and even outdoors enthusiasts are concerned about their springs which has recently suffered from many…...
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Problem of Accessibility of Water in Philippines
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In 1993 the Board of the World Bank endorsed a Water Resources Management Policy Paper (WRMPP). In that paper, and in this Strategy, water resources management comprises the institutional framework (legal, regulatory and organizational roles), management instruments (regulatory and financial), and the development, maintenance and operation of infrastructure (including water storage structures and conveyance, wastewater treatment, and watershed protection). The 1993 Policy Paper reflected the broad global consensus that was forged during the Rio Earth Summit of 1992. This consensus…...
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Water Scarcity in Pakistan Issues and Options
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Pakistan is the world's sixth-most populous country. Nonetheless, geographical location and weather patterns do not support continuous year-round water supplies. Available water supplies are under high stress to meet human, agricultural, and industrial demands. The condition has worsened over the years as the water profile of the world has gone from ample water to water tension since independence. Therefore, our current water resources, the demands for these resources, water availability issues and the implications of water problems need to be…...
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Animal Extinction in Our World
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Human activity such as fishing, hunting, and marine litters are causing a huge amount of aquatic and terrestrial animals to die. About thousands of animals go extinct every year, mostly because of human related actions or of natural causes. Animals, terrestrial or aquatic, serve many different purposes on humans everyday life. One of the main reasons animals are being killed is because they are part of the human diet. Other times they serve for entertainment purposes. This continuous abuse is…...
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Wastewater Treatment Plant Effects on Foraging Ecology of Bats
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The quality of water can have effects on insects, which would therefore have an effect on the bats as well. The area of study is the Cape Fear River Basin (CFRB) in North Carolina. The creeks where study was conducted are the North and South Buffalo Creek, because this is where the CFRB headwaters are and both receive point-source nitrogen effluent from the Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTPs). The four species of bat that are common in Buffalo Creek are: red…...
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Advance Wastewater Treatment at Tertiary
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The project opportunity I have this year is a great chance for learning and technical development. Motivation and co-operation are the two main pillars for the success of any project. A technical write paper should be incomplete if I do not convey our heartfelt gratitude to those people from whom I have got considerable support and encouragement during this technical write paper preparation. Many people have helped, provided direction, technical information and it’s my pleasure to say vote of…...
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The Mattabassett District Wastewater Treatment Plant, Cromwell, CT
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Plant History and General Description: The Mattabassett District Wastewater Treatment Plant was opened on December 16th, 1968 after two years and $130 million of construction. On average, it processes 12 to 21 million gallons of wastewater per day from New Britain, Berlin, Cromwell, Middletown, Newington, Rocky Hill and Farmington. This plant is the the fifth largest facility in Connecticut, remains in the top ten for lowest costs per gallon of wastewater treated, and is one of the most efficient. It…...
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Hydrodynamic Cavitation for Wastewater Treatment
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Introduction Water pollution has become a global problem due to large amounts of industrial and domestic sewage discharged in the water bodies. This liquid waste coming from various industries like textile, pharmacy, pesticide and petrochemical processing contains large amounts of organic and inorganic compounds like phenols, chlorides, aromatics etc. Also, textile industries use dyes which act as coloured pollutants. These compounds are sometimes non-biodegradable and sometimes toxic to microorganisms. This is the main reason why conventional biochemical processes aren’t able…...
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Depletion of Oceanic Resources
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The Ocean provides human beings with many living as well as Non-living resources. In the opinion of Griffis, to be maintained for adequate use by future generations, these resources must be managed in a proper manner (Griffis, 2013). The living resources comprises of various spices of Fishes which serve as a food source for a considerable amount of world population while non-living resources include various minerals such as oil and gas that are in a limited quantity and has to…...
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Water Equity in Tourism: A Case of Goa, India
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Background Goa located on the west coast of India, in the Konkan region, is under the influence of two major global biomes of the Western Ghats. Thus, within the geographical area of Goa. There is a wide range of ecosystems and habitats like forests, Ghats, alluvial plains, coasts, rivers, estuaries, mangroves, wetlands, etc. Through history, the inhabitants of Goa have been successful in their interaction with these natural systems. Through the Khazans – saline land cultivations on lands reclaimed over…...
TourismWater ResourcesWater Scarcity
Development of Sustainable Water Resources
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Overview This water conservation plan is intended to bring the City of Clovis into alignment with the two new laws enacted by Governor Jerry Brown on May 31, 2018, AB1668 and SB606. This plan will work in conjunction with the current City of Clovis Urban Water Management Plan. The strategy herein is focused on how to reduce municipal water use by the specified 20% (urban per capita), which brings daily use down to 55 gallons per person per household through…...
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Sustainable Water Asset Management System for Madurai City
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Abstract This paper deals with the need to sustain the water resource management for Madurai city. Water is essential for sustaining life and at the same time, it is an important component of almost all developmental activities. Effective strategies must consider not only managing the water conservation, but also managing demand better. Sustainable management of water resources is multidimensional and complex process. The purpose of the water management system is to ensure the water storage from available resources. Due to…...
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An Introduction to the Various Sources of Water in Today’s Society
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Each time you get a drink or take a shower, do you think of where that water came from to begin with? Many people, including you and I, take the unlimited supply of water that comes from the tap at home for granted. In reality though, all this water we use and drink comes from very vulnerable natural sources. And taking care of these natural sources of water can be a very hard and complicated task, especially at heavily contaminated…...
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Zoned Approach Swift Water Rescue Program
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Cold Zone: This is the area for personnel trained at the awareness level. These people may not approach the warm zone and definitely not the the hot zone. Personnel in this area must appreciate the dangers of other zones but have not undergone the rigorous training to operate in those zones. Example of people that may be in the cold zone would be having Mercy Flights stage in the area. Please note that if people are in the cold zone…...
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Solar Roadways Are the Answer
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It is close to twenty percent through the twenty first century and we still travel on asphalt highways, roads, and runways as our grandparents did. Asphalt road technology is quickly becoming obsolete; cracks, potholes and lane closures are the source of many unnecessary accidents and time consuming delays. The cost of producing asphalt is skyrocketing (asphalt is petroleum based which is one reason why) along with the cost of its maintenance contributes to its functional obsolescence. The federal government (Department…...
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Audit of Inlet Fogging for Enhancing Gas Turbine Efficiency
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Gas turbine has been utilized for some mechanical and transportation application for some years. A gas turbine is known to create higher power requiring little to no effort activity also. The power and proficiency qualities of a gas turbine are thusly the consequence of mind-boggling cooperation of different turbomachinery and a burning framework. Surrounding temperature significantly affects gas turbine execution. The issue deteriorates particularly amidst the day when the temperature rises. Numerous strategies have been utilized to beat this issue,…...
Golden Geological Sequence Report
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The story of Golden begins with the Idaho Spring Formation around 1.7 billion years ago. Made up of the foliated metamorphic rock gneiss, this formation contains the aluminosilicate minerals k-spar, biotite and quartz. Its chemistry, especially its high calcium and carbon content, suggests creation in a subduction zone with deep water deposition of calcite and limestone similar to the modern-day Sea of Japan.  After approximately 1.4 billion years of missing geological history, thanks to the Great Unconformity, comes the Fountain…...
Leptospirosis’ Presence in the Population Subsequent to Hurricane Maria
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Disasters can leave a path of destruction in their wake and in that aftermath, infectious diseases have the opportunity to affect individuals at a vulnerable point in their lives. Disaster management plans would ideally address these multifaceted aspects, including effective prevention of an influx of infectious diseases or outbreaks within the afflicted population. In respect to the most recent hurricane season of 2017, leptospirosis had an increased presence in Puerto Rico after the occurrence of Hurricane Maria. “Leptospirosis is an…...
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Development of The Guality of Life of Present And future Generations
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Being able to live in healthy surroundings, with an adequate standard of living and a way of life that is physically, intellectually and morally satisfying. Our decisions and actions all have an impact on the environment, and society. It's a stable relationship between human activities and the natural world, which does not diminish the prospects for future generations to enjoy a quality of life at least as good as our own. The idea of environmentally sustainable economic growth is not…...
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Pakistan and India Water Wawr
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The Indus River is the lifeline that has been keeping Pakistan and India alive and thriving for centuries. In 1960, The Indus Water treaty was implemented to make sure that the river was shared equally between the two countries. The treaty was designed to ensure that the freshwater coming downstream is not diminished by industrial use or a dam upstream. Pakistan is in a sub-tropical region, and the climate there is hot, arid and dry which makes farming difficult. The…...
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Chad: The water problem
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The country of Chad is located in Africa. Chad is a landlocked country between Nigeria and Sudan. The Major problem in Chad is their water scarcity that they have. Chad has a population of 11,852,462. Of that 25% of the population lives in Urban. According to an online source it says, “ Agriculture and animal husbandry employs 85 percent of the country's workforce but only contributes 44 percent to the GDP. While cotton, cattle, and gum arabic provide most of…...
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The Need For Water is Growing
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By 2030 the US director of National Intelligence is claiming that the water demand will go up by 40 percent. These complications are raising serious national threat and concern to the world. Already 780 million people are living without safe water, by 2030 47 percent of the world will be living without safe water. These risks are arising fast and dangerously. Many analysts by government officials are stating that many wars over water will be fought in the future, as…...
WaterWater Scarcity
High Air Temperatures Due to the Summer Season and Organic Pollution
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In this study benthic macroinvertebrate fauna of Balaban Stream was detected and appropriate biometric approaches were applied on this organisms. A total 62 taxa were revealed during the research, and most dominant group between the benthic macroinvetebrates was found to Insecta. Researchers like Arman et al., (2019); Musonge et al., (2018); Zeybek et al., (2014); Galdean et al., (2008); Azrina et al., (2006) were found the similar results in different freshwater ecosystem. Water temperature, dissolved oxygen and oxygen saturation were…...
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The Usual Type of Dispensers
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The bottled water dispensers are the customary sort of dispensers that you can have in your home or office space and it can fill in as the focal spot in the workplace where people can grow and appreciate a benevolent discussion. These bottled water dispensers can likewise now and again be found in homes where people lean toward not to have separated water, yet need a decent supply of characteristic spring water. The dispensers of these sorts can have a…...
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Many People Like to Consume Smoked Foods
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Today many people like to consume smoked foods. However, the traditional fumigation process with direct contact with smoke can trigger the presence of carcinogenic compounds because traditional smoking can cause air pollution because during the combustion process it produces emissions of poly-hydrocarbons which we know are very dangerous and can causing cancer. Therefore, now with technological advances new alternatives have emerged for processing fishery products using liquid smoke that is safer for health. Tuna fish is popular with the community…...
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