Ppt on sources of water

Body’s main energy source 2 types –Simple (sugars) –Complex (starches) Found in: –Sugar, candy, juice (simple) –Bread, pasta, cereal, etc. (complex)

Body’s main energy source 2 types –Simple (sugars) –Complex (starches) Found in: –Sugar, candy, juice (simple) –Bread, pasta, cereal, etc. (complex) 4 /Meat, dairy (saturated) –Margarine, snack foods, fried foods (trans) 9 calories/g Makes up about 30% of calories per day Indigestible plant matter Absorbs substances in digestive system 2 types –Soluble (lowers cholesterol) –Insoluble (absorbs water to prevent constipation) Found in almost all fruits, vegetables, grain etc. 2 calories/g About 25~38g required/


Botulism. Source: Improperly canned foods Dented or bulging cans bought at the store Symptoms: Double Vision Not able to speak or swallow Affects nervous.

raw beef Symptoms Cramps Diarrhea Vomiting Fever Hepatitis A Food Source: Fecal Matter Improper Hand Washing Symptoms: Nausea Loss of appetite Vomiting Fever Prevention: Wash hands after using toilet Wash hands after changing a baby’s diaper Wash hands before preparing foods Salmonella Source: Raw Poultry Raw Eggs Prevention: Wash hands after touching /the day before to thaw. Use lower shelf and put meat on a plate or dish to catch juices. Sink: Use COLD water to thaw food. Replace water every 30 minutes.


Water Treatment 1. Pre-treatment and screening- Screens are used to remove large particles 2. Coagulation and Flocculation- Chemicals such as alum are.

as alum are added which cause the contaminants to stick together and sink 3. Sedimentation- Water is left undisturbed to allow floc to settle to the bottom Water Treatment Continued 4. Filtration-Water runs through a series of filters that trap and remove particles. 5. Disinfection- Chlorine is added to kill bacteria,/ keeps the bacteria alive 5. Settling tank where chlorine is added to kill the bacteria 6. Water is dechlorinated to lower the chlorine level 7. Water is sent back out to local water source


Bridging the gap between water managers and research communities in a transboundary river: Nutrient transport and monitoring regimes in the Drim/Drini.

negro DRIMPOL objectives  Compile and analyse existing data on water quality and nutrient sources in the catchment  Generate nutrient load budgets for /the catchment, with special focus on the lakes Ohrid and Prespa  Assess the need for future abatement plans Quantify the amount of pollution load into the Drim/Drini catchment system, with particular regard to nutrient loads. Data used: 23 stations throughout the catchment: River and lake water/


Water and Wastewater in Ontario Chris Lyon, P.Eng., M.Eng. Director Engineering Services Ainley Group, Engineering.

Canadian Roofing Drinking Water Multi-Barriers Protect and Test the water source Test and Treat the Raw water Clean and Disinfect the Water Monitor / Alarm the Water 24/7 Monitor / Alarm the Reservoirs 24/7 Create a redundant water piping system Monitor water in the /– Who Messed Up? Who was at fault? Justice OConnor Called for change by… By the Province of Ontario By all Municipalities and Water Utilities By the Supervisors / Operators ….and he called for a multi-barrier approach with increased training, /


Detecting Aluminum in Drinking Water Erica Sandoval Dr. Henry Altmiller.

Sandoval Dr. Henry Altmiller Hypothesis & Goals Low levels of Aluminum in drinking water can be detected using a Photometric technique and GC-MS. Fluorescence Method GC-MS Methodology 1.O-Phenanthroline (15mM) and Be 2+ (0.1M) 2.Sodium Acetate Buffer Solution 3/ Less Fluorescent Intensity pH=4.96 pH=4.83 pH=4.77 What About the Instrument? Slit Width – Excitation – Emission Accomplished Found Optimum Conditions Learned Instrument Conclusion Test Drinking Water Begin GC-MS Technique Different Water Source


Created By. Biomass is a renewable energy source. It comes from waste products like garbage and cow manure. It can even some from corn.

source. It comes from waste products like garbage and cow manure. It can even some from corn. http://schools.clipart.com/index In order to collect biomass energy, trucks will collect the waste and bring it to a plant. At the plant the waste is burned and used to boil water. The steam from the boiling water is used to turn the turbines of/


Item 11 Lahontan Region 2014 Timber Waiver April 10, 2014 Douglas Cushman P.E. Nonpoint Source Unit Chief 1.

2014 Douglas Cushman P.E. Nonpoint Source Unit Chief 1 Lahontan Timber Waiver Renewal Presentation Outline 1.TW Renewal Process Chronology 2.2014 TW improvements 3.2014 TW Application and form example 4.Staff Recommendation To Water Board 2 November 2013 Board Meeting / Measures Option 1 –Rake native duff or organic mulch post burning –Submit report Option 2 –Monitor vegetative recovery by end of 2 nd growing season –Report on vegetative recovery –If not re-vegetated rake native duff or organic mulch 8 3./


Natural Fibers & Synthetic Fibers 1. Natural Fibers – are produced from sources in Nature such as the following: A.Plants – Including: 1. Cotton Boll.

produced from sources in Nature such as the following: A.Plants – Including: 1. Cotton Boll 2. Flax Plant B.Animals – Including: 1. Sheep 2. Silk Worms Natural Fibers are generally… POSITIVES: More comfortable to wear Breathable Hydrophilic (water absorbent) / - It retains Oil Stains Synthetic Fibers include: ACRYLIC – Non Cellulosic - Resembles Wool USED FOR: the same types of things that wool is used for, but does not absorb as effectively Distinguishing Characteristics & Uses… SPANDEX – Non Cellulosic /


Plants Kreete Aljes Kanepi Gymnasium Form9a. Why are plants important? Kreete Why are photosynthetic plants? Kristiina Why do plants need water? Hermann.

that live and grow and produce organic substances necessary for life. Plants evolve in green algae. All green parts of plants through photosynthesis and its clean air to breathe through it. Why are photosynthetic plants? Kristiina Keypoints : Carbon dioxide Water Mineral Energy source for solar energy Clucose Fructose Oxygen Photosynthesis is photoactive pigments such as chlorophyll help. Photosynthesis could arguably be considered the/


TSUNAMIS Alexandra Norris. Tsunamis Deep water Small amplitudes and long wavelengths Travel at well over 800 km/h Shallow water Wave Shoaling will compress.

at well over 800 km/h Shallow water Wave Shoaling will compress and slow the wave to around 80 km/h Wavelength will decease and amplitude will increase Seismic tsunamis Quantification of Tsunamis Sieberg (1927) Soloviev-Imamura tsunami intensity/is the undisturbed water depth, u is the horizontal velocities, g is the acceleration due to gravity, R and is the bottom friction term. Meteotsunamis Tsunami-like waves that are induced by atmospheric processes rather than by seismic sources Same periods, same/


Makah Water Quality Nonpoint Source Water Pollution Community Outreach Makah Water Quality Nonpoint Source Water Pollution Community Outreach.

² Miles of Water Mother Earth’s Time Clock Tic Tock Tic Tock Tic Tock and then there’s no more Talk…….. Mother Earth’s Time Clock: Tic Tock Tic Tock Tic Tock and then there’s no more……. Talk Our Reservation Our Culture Our Resources Our Environment Sewage Wastes Agriculture Wastes Ground Water Runoff Unwise Urban Development Discarded Equipments Eventually these sources make a/


Jana Štěpničková Lucie Zachová. Ascorbic acid Weak acid Weak acid The active part is the ascorbate ion The active part is the ascorbate ion Water- soluble.

is the ascorbate ion The active part is the ascorbate ion Water- soluble Water- soluble History Albert Szent Gyorgyi ( 1893-1986) Albert Szent / in the body A participant in hydroxylation A strong antioxidant Synthesis of dopamine, noradrenaline and adrenaline Nutrient essencial for life participant- podí/ vypadávání zubů Sources Citrus fruits Citrus fruits Green pepper Green pepper Tomatoes Tomatoes Broccoli Broccoli Strawberries Strawberries Potatoes Potatoes Information sources h h tttt tttt pppp /


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Delta area 380 km 2 Hydrographic limits OGC ® Administrative limits OGC ® ® Italian Department of Civil Protection Po river basin Authority Interregional Agency for the Po river basin Emilia-Romagna Region/WATER DATA DISSEMINATION OGC ® CUAHSI architecture in Italy OGC ® HIS Central HydroServer HydroDeskto p Data access Service registration Search Services-Oriented Architecture Catalog harvest OGC ® http://193.206.192.247/hiscentral/ OGC ® ® ® ® http://essi-lab.eu/do/view/GIcat/HYDROGuide OGC ® ® Open source/


Creating and Sharing Water Knowledge Globally on Wikipedia Manuel Schiffler Ana Nuñez Sanchez World Bank, Washington D.C.

Water Knowledge Globally on Wikipedia Manuel Schiffler Ana Nuñez Sanchez World Bank, Washington D.C. Where do you go to find information? Pros Pros –Quick –Accessible –All sources Cons Cons –Not systematic –Relevancy? –Up to date? –Hard to cite Libraries Pros Pros –Variety sources/up strengths… building something new Interactive Quick Accesible + Up-to-date + Relevant + Visible + Citation Variety of sources Our Approach to Wikipedia Wikipedia World Bank Pilot Project How did we get started? How did we get /


Water Pollution Chapter 21. Major water pollutants Infectious agents –Bacteria, viruses, protozoa, parasites Source – human and animal waste Effect -

Effect – nervous system damage, reproductive disorders, cancer (oil, gas, solvents) Major water pollutants Plant Nutrients –Nitrate, phosphate, and ammonium ions Source – sewage, manure, runoff urban and agricultural Effect – cultural eutrophication, drinking water with excess nitrates lowers oxygen carrying capacity of blood Major water pollutants Sediment –Soil, silt Source – land erosion Effect – cloud water (less photosynthesis), disrupt food webs, carry pesticides, cover breeding areas, fill lakes/


Source Water Protection Update Sean Ables Mason T. Miller.

Ables Mason T. Miller Source Water Protection Major Components Program Introduction and Research Source Water Protection Area Source Water Protection Inventory Source Water Protection Report Best Management Practices Program Introduction and Research Source Water Protection Area Source Water Protection Inventory A Potential Source of Contamination is anything that is or could become detrimental to the water supply. 30 TAC §290.38(16) Potential Source of Contamination Source Water Protection Report and Best/


Jessica Williams. History/ Basic Information The CWA was formerly known as the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, which was made in 1948 and was the.

, 1981, 1987, and 1990. This is a national law. Description Established structure for regulating pollutant discharges into US waters. Created standards for surface water quality contaminants. Made it illegal to discharge pollutants from a point source into navigable waters without a permit. Funded the construction of sewage treatment plants. Determined the need for plans to address nonpoint pollution. In total, the Act prevents point pollution/


The Water-Energy Nexus Challenges and Opportunities Bryan Runck | Geography Arjun Varshney| Computer Science CSCI 5715 Trends|2015.

>> Spatial Computing Need “More seamless sharing of information via integration of models and geospatial data across space- time scales, institutions, environmental media” -Richard Alexander, USGS Source: Alexander, 2015 Water-Energy Nexus + Land >> Spatial Computing Watershed Coupled Water-Energy Source: USGS, 2014 Energy extraction produces dirty water Coupled Water-Energy + Land Source: USGS, 2014 Biomass energy production needs water Water: A Spatial Problem Source: US DOE, 2014 Precipitation Use Needs/


Vitamins. Classification Inorganic molecules Micronutrients Classified as either water-soluble or fat soluble. 13 vitamins: 4 fat-soluble (A, D, E and.

Water-soluble vitamins Dissolve easily in water, and are readily excreted from the body as urine. Since they are not stored in the body, they require consistent daily intake. Fat-soluble vitamins Absorbed through the intestinal tract with the help of/ – Folic Acid Vitamin B12 – Cyanocobalamin Vitamin C Vitamin D Vitamin E Vitamin H – Biotin(B7) Vitamin K VitaminFood Source Deficiencie s SymptomsSymptom Match Diagnosis ACarrots, yams, pumpkins, yellow or orange fruits, beet greens, fish, eggs, tuna Effects /


Word within a Word List 3A. homo (same) homonym: same word; different meanings homophone: different spellings; same pronunciation Blue water The wind.

fer (carry) transfer: carry across infer: educated guess using hints aquifer: water source pend (hang) impending: about to happen depend: vary due to circumstances suspend: hang from above micro (small) microscope: used to look at small things microcosm: miniature version microwave: small oven hydro (water) hydroplane: skid on wet road hydrophobia: fear of water dehydrate: lose body fluids photo (light) photometer: measures light photograph: picture/


Mammoth Community Water District. Forrest Cross Associate Engineer.

Forrest Cross Associate Engineer MCWD Stats Number of services: 3,660 metered connections Population: 8,200 resident, 35,000 with peak visitation 9 Groundwater Production Wells Contaminants Arsenic Boron Chloride Iron Manganese TDS Phosphorous Silica Mammoth’s Watershed Surface Water – Lake Mary Limited by winter snow pack Lakes Mary levels Mammoth Creek flow levels Priority source Groundwater – 9 Production Wells Limited by aquifer/


Stephanie Booth Development ddPCR Instrument. Sample Collection and Processing Water Sample Filter Extraction Kit Lysate Pure DNA or RNA Fluorophore/Quencher.

Extensible to fully-autonomous system w/ Multi-Primer Cassette PROTOTYPE 2-B Portable Biological Source Tracking Instrument 7 CRITICAL FEATURES 1.Continuous On-Site Detection of Target Bacteria and Viruses (DNA, RNA, Proteins and Metabolites) with a single/ in global security, health, safety and environmental science Application for mass transit, public spaces, hospitals, schools, water quality monitoring, food production, and combat theater 8 Benchtop ddPCR April ddPCR instrument Internal View In lab use /


Measuring Water-Energy Savings from AMI Piggybacking technology Janani Mohanakrishnan, Ph.D. Apr 6, 2016.

Nexus Calculator Powerful database engine to process and analyze large throughput of AMI water / energy use consumption data Analytics layer with built-in thresholds from CPUC Water Energy calculator (Rulemaking 13-12- 011). Water use zones Embedded-energy conversions, per water / energy source Cost savings conversions, per water / energy source Experimental framework to measure embedded energy reductions due to AMI Monthly and Cumulative Metrics and Report Methodology Valor/


Water Quality What does this mean? Think about these questions as you watch the video. We will answer them at the end. Who depends on healthy water sources?

the contaminates? Where do pollutants come from that impact water quality? What can we do to protect the health of fresh water sources? Exploring More Water Quality Who depends on healthy water sources? How does water quality affect people? List at least two effects. How does water quality affect the environment? List at least two effects. Can a polluted water source still harm you even if you cannot see or smell/


Open Source Mapping for Earthquake Risk Assessment and Risk Reduction Richard Hinton, MGIS Candidate Dr. Anthony Robinson, Adviser.

of Global Earthquakes for Response http://earthquake.usgs.gov/research/pager/ inasafe.readthedocs.org InaSAFE - Indonesia Scenario Assessment for Emergences Proposed Methodology cont… Data Considerations Data Sources: Open SourceFreeIncluding Crowd-sourced Primary Data Concerns: QualityUsabilitySecurity Crowd-sourced/) UNEP Land Use Forest Agriculture Urban/Rural OSM SEDAC GeoNetwork (FAO) Utilities Water/sewer line Oil/gas line Electrical network Power plant location Critical Infrastructure: building /


Raven A Trickster Tale from the Pacific Northwest Source:Book by Gerald Mc Dermott Retold by: Mark, Ruvim, Alex and Dakota from Mrs Nelsons 3d grade using.

Raven A Trickster Tale from the Pacific Northwest Source:Book by Gerald Mc Dermott Retold by: Mark, Ruvim, Alex / Raven. All he saw was darkness in the world. Then he searched for light and finally he saw a speck of light. Then he went to find the light. He flew across valleys and mountains. The light came from the sky/He saw the sky chief’s daughter and the sky chief’s daughter was drinking water. Raven turned himself into a pine needle and fell into the basket. Then the sky chief’s daughter drank the /


 Russia  China  Korea  Used as food source in native regions.

 Russia  China  Korea  Used as food source in native regions  A man purchased two Northern Snakeheads to make a traditional soup  Man ended/rays  Post-larvae feed on plankton  Juveniles ◦ Crustaceans ◦ Fish larvae  Crustaceans  Frogs  Aquatic insects  Fish ◦ Perch ◦ Carp ◦ Bream  Slow moving water  Stagnant bodies of water  Muddy streams  Muddy substrate with vegetation  Bury themselves in the mud  Maximum size- 33 inches  Males are usually larger then females  Males have a higher dorsal/


Water Resource Activity The idea is that the students are split into smaller groups, 5-8 in each group. Each group is given a copy of all the images (cut)

The idea is that the students are split into smaller groups, 5-8 in each group. Each group is given a copy of all the images (cut) and they need identify the water source as potable/non potable Clues can be given along the way if they need it. The images go under the following headings: – Slides 2-3: Potable – Slides 4: Non/


Study System Tributary WWTP Outlet. Water Quality Issue Eutrophication algae blooms transparency oxygen depletion Point source P discharge.

Study System Tributary WWTP Outlet Water Quality Issue Eutrophication algae blooms transparency oxygen depletion Point source P discharge Approach Mechanistic Model (p. 539 inset) @ steady state where C ss is the steady-state TP concentration Determination of Settling Velocity Empirical Models – TP/Chl Use Equation 29.18 Empirical Models – Chl/SD Use Equation 29.21 Empirical Models – TP/AHOD Use Equation 29.30 Oxygen Depletion Initial DO Final DO Dissolved Oxygen (g·m -3 ) Time (d)


Water-Source Heat Pump Basics. Water-to-Air Water-to-Air Heating.

versus other systems Ultimate in occupant comfort Ultimate in Redundancy Long Service Life Lower service and maintenance costs Very efficient cooling and heating –One of the highest efficiency system available Low installed cost Best value in benefits Water Source Heat Pumps are excellent for... Office Buildings Educational Facilities Retail Outlets & Dry Goods Hotel/Motel Restaurants Health Care/Assisted Living Government Buildings Homes HowWSHPs/


Mercury Sources to Water and Associated Impacts Chris Piehler.

atmospheric deposition (EPA6, 2002) Massachusetts petitioning Region 1 EPA to consider air emissions reduction in mercury TMDLs Florida publishes report on integrating atmospheric deposition with aquatic cycling – near source reductions resulted in fish tissue concentration reductions (November 2003) Potential Effect of TMDLs For more information regarding mercury in Louisiana water and fish please contact: Chris Piehler chris.piehler@la.gov (225) 219-3609


Antiproton source startup report Bill Ashmanskas 2006-05-26 Prevault sump water rerouted to Main Ring OTR installation in AP1. (Another OTR will go into.

Antiproton source startup report Bill Ashmanskas 2006-05-26 Prevault sump water rerouted to Main Ring OTR installation in AP1. (Another OTR will go into AP2 later) A30 bakeout; reconnect (stacktail tank) D:EKIK pulsing by Tue eve (modules modified; /, beamline BPMs & optics Tue:ST proto tank swap; pump down Wed:Measure proto tank #2 Thu:Try to stack at a few mA/hr Fri:ST proto out of Debuncher; study 120 GeV optics? 3 shifts  2 people initially; may drop owls after first week We know you’re counting on us


Food Borne Illness. Botchulism Food Source: –Canned foods Symptoms: –Cramps, headaches, nausea, diarrhea Prevention: –Avoid dented or exploding cans.

Eggs Symptoms: –Cramps, headaches, nausea Prevention: –Avoid cross-contamination, cook to 165 degrees F. for 15 seconds. Staphylococcal Food Source: –Poultry, Meat, Fish & Shrimp, Shell Eggs Symptoms: –Cramps, headaches, nausea Prevention: –Avoid cross-contamination, cook to 165 degrees F. for 15 seconds. Prevention Freeze & cook food properly –Keep food out of the “Danger Zone” Avoid cross-contamination Use Sanitary water supplies Wash hands


Snip the Rings on your 6- packs! WHY? They’re practically invisible in the water, making it easy for marine life to get stuck in them They get stuck.

only break into smaller pieces) Plastic bags are made from petroleum, a non- renewable source The ink on the plastic bags contains Cadmium, and when burned, it spews this / It is NOT biodegradable, it stays in already full landfills for forever Floats in water, marine animals confuse it for food, consume it, then float and die from starvation/ you: Buy things that you KNOW are recyclable Like eggs in cardboard cartons instead of Styrofoam Avoid plastics other than #1 and #2 Buy in bulk therefore using less/


Nutrition Nick Lowe Computers 8 Carbohydrates broken into energy in grains, fruit, candy & table sugar eat from healthy carbohydrate sources produced.

fruit, candy & table sugar eat from healthy carbohydrate sources produced by only carbon, hydrogen & oxygen simple /sugar level in poultry, fish, milk, eggs, & cheese digestion releases nitrogen waste molecule of one more chains amino acids whey protein, casein protein & egg protein Fibre help achieve weight/ vegetables naturals elements created through geological practices two types: - major minerals & trace minerals Water cleans out systems & hydrates us is in most foods healthy person drinks three Gal. /


Catchphrases 98501031 Jeff Lee. Catchphrase Definition: a phrase or expression recognized by its repeated utterance Source: popular culture Medium: Mass.

“I’m a doctor, not a bricklayer.” 11 times in the series Man’s best friend Source: Courtroom speech (1870) Person: George Graham Vest the closing of a trial "The one absolutely unselfish friend that a man can have in this selfish world,/ 9 movies To Infinity and Beyond Source: Toy Story Character: Buzz Lightyear There’ no limit Examples – Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” – a father and a son treading water for 15 hours in the Atlantic Ocean Houston, we have a problem Source: Apollo 13 (1995) Character: Astronaut/


SUBWAY Alyssa E. & Caitlin M.. Description Describe how to the transportation device works? A subway is a simple train that runs through a tunnel Source:

train that runs through a tunnel Source: HowStuffWorks.com Materials List the materials used to make the device? Gas pipes, water mains, electric conduits, and other subsurface structures, for an extended period Source: www.Nycsubway.org Energy Descricribe /brick side coal power. Source: Subway Encyclopedia Britannica, NYCsubeway.org Importance Describe how the transportation device improved getting a round. It take a lot of people from one place to another. No source Improvements or Modifications Describe a/


04/05 IceTop schedule * Power required ** Water required Dec 1 Dec 10 Dec 20 Jan 6 Connect to TCH Fill tanks Jan 20 Feb 3 Backfill Cover tanks Run DOMs.

04/05 IceTop schedule * Power required ** Water required Dec 1 Dec 10 Dec 20 Jan 6 Connect to/are 10 meters between centers. 3. DOM cables are 17 meters long. 4. RS485 Master source is controlled by plugging in the desired data cable. 5. Tank power source is controlled by plugging in desired power cable. 6. Power Converter contains +/-48VDC to 24VDC converter/ between the tanks, exact location TBD on the ice. Nominal layout of IceTop Minimize deviations from nominal 125 m grid Station configurations for 04/05


1 Your Tribe’s Project: What are Your Sources? Melinda Ronca-Battista, ITEP.

Combustion Sources Electricity Generation Water Pumps Evaporation Loss Sources VOC emissions Dry Cleaners Paint Shops Petroleum Industry Refining operations Transportation Gas Stations etc Many other calculators!!! 4 What other ways can you ID reservation sources? /Windshield surveys Take a drive, look around Public input What concerns do residents have? Smells (VOCs) Sights (Visibility issues? PM problems) Sounds (leaks) Reactions (allergies?) Others? 5 Small-Group Activity Get into groups of/


 Hygienic requirements (sanitary, hot water)  Energy distribution (wiring, gas supply, technical gases)  Operating and regulating systems in buildings.

(sanitary, hot water)  Energy distribution (wiring, gas supply, technical gases)  Operating and regulating systems in buildings (fire, control, security)  Systems of transport (elevators, escalators, travelators, tube post)  Indoor environment comfort (temperature, indoor air quality, lighting)  Technological equipment (central vacuum cleaner, kitchen, laundry, pool ) Building and energy Energy and buildings Final energy consumption by sector Czech Republic Source: IEA 2006 Source: Energy audits/


Changes in Dutch water management; Building with Nature Bregje van Wesenbeeck

Stratification Benthic C accumulation Oxygen problems Habitat loss Eutrophication / oxygen Polluted sediments Habitat loss - Dredging source: AHN nourish ? Building with Nature Use plants and animals to fullfill water management functions ( complementary to traditional engineering solutions ) Building with nature -adds nature value -increases /Future challenges Make Building with Nature common practice: -large-scale applications -generalization of examples and principles -quantification and validation


Water Year 2013: Current Conditions and Early Season Outlook in the Colorado River Basin CRFS November 14, 2012.

: Current Conditions and Early Season Outlook in the Colorado River Basin CRFS November 14, 2012 Water Year 2013: Entering the Season (what we know now): Coming off one of worst runoff years - Soil Moisture (not good) - Baseflow (not good) ENSO Neutral Conditions / River at Durango, CO Yampa River at Steamboat Springs, CO Green at Warren Bridge, WY Regulated Flows Forecast Volumes ENSO Neutral Sources: cpc.ncep.noaa.gov and iri.columbia.edu/climate/ENSO CPC Forecasts (10/18) Nov. 13, 2012 5 Day Precipitation/


Water. My choices & our water supply What Are The Connections Between My Choices And Our Water Supply? Source: istockphoto.com.

/ day Germany48 gallons/ day India28 gallons/ day China19 gallons/ day Sub-Saharan Africa12 gallons/ day Researchers estimate that humans need a minimum of 13 gallons of water per day to sustain life. Source: waterfootprint.org unesco.org Global Water Use by Sector Source: waterfootprint.org Shower Math Homework p.6 Homework p.7 Be ready for the next time we meet! Thanks! Tonights Homework: The Blue/


AUG-2009 CONSTRUCTION UPDATE. Upcoming Construction Activities  Riverbend Land Development (start - Q4 2009)  South Lake Village - Lake water up to.

AUG-2009 CONSTRUCTION UPDATE Upcoming Construction Activities  Riverbend Land Development (start - Q4 2009)  South Lake Village - Lake water up to Berm 1 (Sep-09) - Ibiza “Model” Island (Q4 2009) including concrete roads up to Block 1 Main Access Road 2009 SLV Development Timetable Sep-09/ for House Construction  Roads at minimum 1 lane passable for Construction at sub-base level  Meralco temporary facilities  Home builder to provide their own wells as temporary source of water  Lots with monumentation


Water Quantity and Quality. What is Water Pollution? any physical (temperature, oxygen), chemical (mercury), or biological (disease, sewage) change to.

6.Sediment 7.Thermal Pollution 8.Solid Waste Causes:  industry  dams  removal of vegetation Optimum – Fish 5-20°C (salmon <12°C) Physical Water Pollution 6.Sediment 7.Thermal Pollution 8.Solid Waste Pollution Sources: Point Source 1.Sewage pipes 2.Leaky gas tanks 3.Industrial sites 4.Injection wells Pollution Sources: Nonpoint Source 1.Agriculture (soil, fertilizer,pesticides) 2.Urban runoff (from pavement) 3.Construction/


PREDICTED RESIDENTIAL WATER USE SOURCES ActivityUsage RateUsage Factor Water Use gal/day/cap “Blackwater” Toilet Flushing1.6 gal/flush4.

PREDICTED RESIDENTIAL WATER USE SOURCES ActivityUsage RateUsage Factor Water Use gal/day/cap “Blackwater” Toilet Flushing1.6 gal/flush4 flushes/day/cap6.4 Dishwasher6.5 gal/load0./day4.0 Clothes Washing30 gal/use0.33 uses/day/cap10 Subtotal41.0 Total50.0 PREDICTED COMMERCIAL WATER USE SOURCES Source Total Water Use, Gal/Day Toilet/Urinal, Gal/Day (70% of Total) Lavatory/ Coffee Bar Sink, Gal/Day (30% of Total) Office Employee85.62.4 Shop/Warehouse Employee128.43.6 STANDARD 350STANDARD 350-1 ParameterClass /


By: Mr. Gondek. Hydrogen Background Discovered in 1766 by Henry Cavendish Name means: to generate water First element on the periodic table Most abundant.

what form Hydrogen is found in almost everything in the universe! From the sun to water hydrogen is in nearly everything. That makes it the most abundant element in the / weight -434.81° F423.17° K Uses Hydrogen is used in the production of ammonia Used in hydrogenation, which means hydrogen is added to unsaturated oil to keep / Space Shuttles into space Hydrogen is also used in hydrogen powered cars and Sources http://education.jlab.org/itselemental/ele001.html http://www.chemicalelements.com/elements/h.html/


(Click for Video)Video Mining for gold damages forests Cyanide used for cleaning gold can leach through to underground water >>>> poisoning<<<< Air.

)Video Mining for gold damages forests Cyanide used for cleaning gold can leach through to underground water >>>> poisoning<<<< Air becomes polluted Cause Death Exploitation/harm ecology Indigenous Groups Ensuring “best” conditions for the environment & the protection of historic sites Use “environmentally- friendly” technology Create jobs Protect water Sources Create laws  Financial Reform Act Gold should be reused over and over Gold should be limited/


By: Jenna Honneffer. Essential Oils? Natural compounds Not the same as animal or plant fatty acids/lipids Non-water based phytochemicals Clean and absorbs.

Only use 100% therapeutic grade Put in or near eyes and ears Dilute with water Ingest unless nutrition facts are labeled Put on child’s hands Most Popular Calming/ Bergamot Ylang-ylang Rosemary Tea Tree Oil Pepperment Citrus Scents Exercise Pick one of the essential oils I have provided Lavender Tea Tree oil Oregano Rosemary Orange /as hard as you can Is anything coming out? Can you smell it? Trustworthy Sources for Essential Oils Young Living @ http://www.youngliving.com/en_US/products/home http://www/


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