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Resource By Timothy Nadeau-Rifkind
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Welcome to the World. It is a world of excess, of plenty, but also a world consumed by avarice. Here, greed is the mortal coil, the instigator of distress and the portent of apathy in an otherwise... More > sustainable world. Over the millennia, the World has been split into two factions: the Glutinous and the Bottom Feeders, the two divided by the acquisition and consumption of Resource, the currency and life blood of the World. The Glutinous, enormous and rotund creatures, control and consume an immense quantity of the World’s Resource.The Bottom Feeders are the lower class of the World’s society, composed entirely of individuals who receive the least amount of Resource possible, assuming any is available. They do not necessarily seek to become a Glutinous, but rather to accrue an amount of resource for an adequate life in the World. Having barely survived in the world on such limited Resource, the waters of sedition have begun to bubble amongst the Bottom Feeders.< Less
AQUATERRA - Journal of African Water Resources and Environment By Michael Kehinde, Executive Editor, Ezechiel Longe, Executive Editor
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AQUATERRA - The Journal of African Water Resources and Environment presents original research articles, case studies, development project reports and reviews. Papers and reports must focus on the... More > African Environment and issues affecting Africa alone. AQUATERRA is peer-reviewed and is published twice a year.< Less
Technical Guide to Managing Ground Water Resources By U.S. Department of Agriculture
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Ground water is the Nation’s principal reserve of fresh water and represents much of its potential future water supply. Ground water on National Forest System (NFS) lands is a major contributor... More > to flow in many streams and rivers and has a strong influence on the health and diversity of plant and animal species in forests, grasslands, riparian areas, lakes, wetlands, and cave systems. It also provides drinking water to hundreds of communities. Demands for safe drinking water and requirements to maintain healthy ecosystems are increasing, and complex social and scientific questions have arisen about how to assess and manage the water resources on NFS lands. This technical guide was developed to help address these issues. It describes the national ground water policy and provides management guidelines for the NFS.< Less
Agricultural and Water Resource Practices – A Regional Approach. By Dr. B. D. Patil
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Irrigation is a basic determinate in agriculture practices because its presence is the most powerful ingredient to increase in agricultural production particularly in the dry farming region.
AQUATERRA - Journal of African Water Resources and Environment By Michael O. Kehinde, Ezechiel O. Longe
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Aquaterra Journal is our response to the scarcity of quality professional publications projecting issues of sustainable water and environment development and management on the African Continent
Rainwater as a Resource By TreePeople
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A 56-page report on three innovative stormwater management projects in Los Angeles. Rainwater as a Resource is a frank discussion of TreePeople’s implementation of these projects and the... More > lessons learned along the way. The report also summarizes the groundbreaking work on water quality and supply issues that TreePeople has been doing since 1998. For more information, visit www.treepeople.org.< Less
Rainwater as a Resource By TreePeople
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A 56-page report on three innovative stormwater management projects in Los Angeles. Rainwater as a Resource is a frank discussion of TreePeople’s implementation of these projects and the... More > lessons learned along the way. The report also summarizes the groundbreaking work on water quality and supply issues that TreePeople has been doing since 1998. For more information, visit www.treepeople.org.< Less
Energy Resources By Theodore Erski
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Energy Resources sets the standard as the most comprehensive investigation about how we acquire and use the natural resources that power our modern world. Coal, petroleum, methane, uranium, biomass,... More > water, wind, geothermal and sunlight are all considered in a deliberate and highly accessible chapter-by-chapter examination. The text’s goal is simple, to empower us to become informed energy consumers. Energy Resources provides a balanced examination of all our resources. It recognizes that every energy resource has virtues and vices, and that humanity’s ever-growing demand for energy will be satisfied with a multitude of resource solutions. The text is richly illustrated with hundreds of photographs and illustrations from prominent energy producers and regulatory agencies.< Less
Fire In the Water By Brittany Scheper
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This student-written graphic novel tells the story of a fictional town in Pennsylvania as oil fracking arrives in town. The original story is written and illustrated by a 10th grade student who... More > studied conflict resources, the coffee supply chain, and storytelling in her high school science, social studies, and language arts classes in Muscatine, Iowa.< Less
Water Is Life By Aidan Ryan
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The Amount Of Water We Have Now Is All We Will Ever Have. This Brief Report Covers Three Important Points. 1. If Water Is a Renewable Resource Can We Use As Much As We Like? 2. How Can We Be Better... More > Stewards of Our Water? 3. What are Some Effects of Water Wastage?< Less