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  • 1. Sources Of Water By: Himanshu Bahl himanshubahl3@gmail.com
  • 2. About Water• 97% of the water on the Earth is salt water. However, only 3% percent is fresh water; slightly over 2/3 of this is frozen in glaciers and polar ice caps.• The remaining unfrozen freshwater is found mainly as groundwater, with only a small fraction present above ground or in the air.• Fresh water is a renewable resource
  • 3. Sources of Fresh water1. Surface water2. Frozen water3. Ground water4. Rain water
  • 4. Surface waterSurface water is water in a river, lake or fresh water wetland.Surface water is naturally replenished by precipitation andnaturally lost through discharge to the oceans and evaporation.
  • 5. Frozen waterSeveral schemes have been proposed to make use of icebergs as a watersource, however to date this has only been done for novelty purposes. TheHimalayas, which are often called "The Roof of the World", contain some ofthe most extensive and rough high altitude areas on Earth as well as thegreatest area of glaciers and permafrost outside of the poles
  • 6. Ground water
  • 7. Rain water
  • 8. Uses Of Water IndustrialAgriculture Household
  • 9. Distribution of water on Earth
  • 10. How do people use Water Resources? Divide Household Personal Use Recreational activities•Washing dishes •Washing the teeth •Go to the pool.•Fill the car with •Drinking water •Go to the beach.water •Take a shower •Walk in the pool for•Watering the plants •Going to the recovering health.•Putting out the fire bathroom •Skiing in the mountains.•Give water for the •Walk in the pool for •Fish in the lakes.cows recovering health •Play with a ball in the•Watering the grass river.•Washing the car •Surfeit in the ocean. Picture: Picture: Picture:
  • 11. Proposals: How to conserve waterIf you want to learn how to conserver water and protecting the environment, learning to conserve water is a great way to make a positive impact. A four-minute shower may not sound like much, but in reality can cost up to 40 gallons. But dont worry--there are ways to change water-hogging household habits into leaner, greener activities.Water Conservation Tips• Run your dishwasher for only full loads.• Turn off the tap when you brush your teeth.• Check your faucets and toilets for leaks.• Take shorter showers.• Water your lawn in the morning.• Use a cover on your pool.• Wash your car with a nozzle on the hose.