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  1. 1. The final water project<br />By Kenneth Carmon<br />
  2. 2. Fresh water<br />There is not that much fresh water on the earth. There is only three percent of fresh water and only one percent can be used . Fresh water can be fond in lakes, river’s , and ponds. <br />
  3. 3. Fresh water<br />We can use fresh water in rivers to make power. How we do it is we find a river or a water fall and put a generator that will take the force of the water and turn it into power. That is called hydraulic power. <br />
  4. 4. Salt water<br />Salt water is different from fresh water because fresh water is fresh and it supports life that need fresh water. Salt water has salt in it and that supports salt water craters. A sad thing about salt water is that we can not drink it. But the we can use it for cleaning cuts. Yes it douse help. We can use salt water for clearing you’re nose or getting out a splinter. <br />
  5. 5. Salt water <br />Salt water is in oceans and seas. And salt water covers about 75 percent of the worlds water. So that is a lot. We use salt water for many thing like for transportation. Also we use it just to play in it and have fun. <br />
  6. 6. The water cycle <br />This tells what usually happens after the rain falls. <br />fresh water comes from rain and that rain goes into rivers and streams. But it doesn’t just stop their the water continues to move. It will go to other lakes and ponds or just keep on moving. But were does some of this water come from it comes from springs. Also some of the water mostly comes from run off water from rain, snow and run off water of streams. <br />
  7. 7. The water cycle<br />But The water cycle has no end and no beginning. It is water and water vapor that always moves never stops. It is water from the ocean and puddles and almost all kind of waters. Then the water turns into vapor because of the sun. The water goes up into the atmosphere and cools and turns into clouds. After the water is a cloud the wind blows the clouds into each other. Then they fall out of the sky as snow or rain. Also the salt in the water of the ocean does not go into the sky. <br />
  8. 8. Ocean land forms <br />Under water volcanoes. Under water volcanoes are simply volcanoes under water. They are the tallest kind of volcanoes. They do erupt under water.<br />
  9. 9. Ocean land forms<br />One land form is a coral reef. Coral is living animal’s they adsorb calcium to make hard skeletons. Sometimes when there is a dead piece the coral will grow it’s self on the dead piece. They are kind of important because they support allege so that brings all kind of fish. <br />
  10. 10. Ocean land forms<br />Another ocean land form is iceberg. Iceberg’s are large moving pieces of ice. They are very dangerous to ships because of the jagged edges. Also iceberg’s drift and make a field of ice and that becomes very dangerous to ships. Glacier’ do melt but it takes a long time for them to melt but when they do melt they make lakes.<br />
  11. 11. Ocean land forms <br />Another under water land form is called under water trenches. Under water trenches are like canyons just under water. They can get so deep that you could fit mount Everest in it and still have a lot of room.<br />
  12. 12. Currents and tides<br />Tides are water that is getting pulled by the gravitational pull of the moon. so if you wake up early in the morning the water is going to be covering the beach. But as the day goes by and if you watch the water and tides the water goes down that is because the moon is going away from that side of the earth. If you go to another side of the earth just like you had in the morning the beach is almost gone. <br />
  13. 13. Currents and tides <br />In the water during the morning the tides will be not really calm they will be bigger than low tide. They will be fun to play in a ruff. But latter in the day the water will become more calm and easy. So little kids can play. <br />
  14. 14. Currents and tides <br />What are currents? Currents are streams of water in the ocean that move. Some of the currents move on the bottom of the ocean. Also some of them go up and down of the oceans depths. Also currents can move along the surface. Ocean currents can have difference in density and that can cause the currents to move up and down in the ocean depths. And that movement of water is called density currents. <br />
  15. 15. Currents and tides<br />Currents can be warm or cold depending from were they can from. Like if the can from the equator they would be warm and heading for cooler place to heat up. If they came from areas near the poles they would be could heading for warmer places to make them cooler. <br />
  16. 16. How do humans effect the water <br />We heart the water by putting sewage in the water and sewage has harm full bacteria. We also put fertilizer and pesticide in the water when it rains. The stuff that is in the pesticide and fertilizer is made to kill living things. Then they can seep into the ground water and harm the water.<br />
  17. 17. How do humans effect the water<br /> industries some times put their waist in barrels and then burry the barrels. Then they rust and dissolve and the waste in the barrel goes into ground water. That hearts the ground water. Also some of the industries just dump the waist in the water and that hurts the water even more. <br />
  18. 18. Where I go the information <br />H.+Ocean+Landformshttp://dalescience4.wikispaces.com/26<br />http://dalescience4.wikispaces.com/27.+Coral+Reefs<br />Click on the pictures to find out where I got them.<br />Earth Science <br />