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    • HOW DO PEOPLE USE WATER RESOURCES BY: DANIEL RICARDO GUEVARA
    • INDEX
      • INTRODUCTION
      • PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
      • USE OF WATER RESOURCE
      • PICTURES
      • G.O OF WATER
      • NEWS
      • PROPOSALS
    • INTRODUCTION
      • This presentation is going to be about the water resources, the information of how we waste, and use water, the bad use and the good use this resource. Finally the ideas to conserve the water resources.
      • To T. Angel Watler Archbold
    • PRIOR KNOWLEDGE HOW DO PEOPLE USE WATER RESOURCES PEOPLE USE THE WATER FOR MANY THINGS. WITH THE WATER THE PEOPLE SATISFY THEIR NEEDS AND THEY USE FOR MANY MORE THINGS THEY USE THE WATER TO WASH THE CAR, CLEAN SOME PLACES, BUT IT CAN WASTE IN MANY TIMES. THE WATER WASTE WHEN YOU ARE CLEANING YOUR TEETH AND YOU LEFT OPEN THE WASHBASIN IT WASTE A LOT OF WATER. WHE NEED THE WATER TO DRINK, IF YOU ARE THIRST OR FOR DO ANOTHER THINGS.
    • USE OF WATER RESOURCE
      • Water resources  are sources of water that are useful or potentially useful to humans. Uses of water include agricultural, industrial, household, recreational and environmental activities. Virtually all of these human uses require fresh water.
      • 97% of water on the Earth is salt water, leaving only 3% as fresh water of which slightly over two thirds is frozen in glaciers and polar ice caps. The remaining unfrozen freshwater is mainly found as groundwater, with only a small fraction present above ground or in the air.
    • CHART OF WATER
    • PICTURES OF WATER
    • HOW WE WASTE WATER -----PICTURES-----
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    • NEWS
      • You might believe you're doing the environment a favor when you reuse those plastic water bottles instead of throwing them away after one use. But you are probably risking your health at the same time.
      • Dangerous levels of bacteria and toxic plastic compounds have been found in water bottles reused by Canadian elementary students. In fact, researchers found bacteria levels in water bottles in one classroom so high that health officials would issue boil-water alerts if the water had come from a tap.
      • Because water bottles aren't typically washed out and often don't even dry out completely, they become an excellent place for bacteria to take hold. Also, many of the commercial bottles are made with a plastic that is designed to break down over time. The longer the bottles are used, the higher the level of plastic compounds being dissolved into the liquids.
    • PROPOSALS
      • OBJETIVE:TO HELP TO SAVE THE WATER OF CONTAMINATION AND OTHER THINGS.
      • PROBLEM.THE PROBLEM IS THAT PEOPLE DIE OF WATER CONTAMINATION, PEOPLE WASTE THE WATER AND DON´T CARRY THE WATER.
      • PROBLEM SOLUTION:
      • My proposals are 1,don´t waste the water to doing something that left open the washbasin.
      • 2. Don´t put trash in the rivers, lakes, etc.
    • END