Water research, tourism and water

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Presentación realizada por mis alumnos para encuentro en Grecia, donde se ponían en común el resultado de los trabajos realizados de cara a preparar material para imprimir un libro de nuestro …

Presentación realizada por mis alumnos para encuentro en Grecia, donde se ponían en común el resultado de los trabajos realizados de cara a preparar material para imprimir un libro de nuestro proyecto: Eco-Tour 2.0.

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  • 1. ECOTOUR 2.0 BOOK UNITS –SPAIN- 1 Research on Tourism and water (in South of Spain).Stadistical Analysis of water consumption. 1 Hydroelectic sources in our Region. 1 Water quality analysis experiments (Lab)
  • 2. 1. TOURISM AND WATER (COSTA DEL SOL) A. Supplies of water in the province of Málaga
  • 3. Water data in the province of Málaga Reservoirs in Malaga: Resevoir Capacity (hm³) Impounded Casasola 24 16 El limonero 25 12 Guadalhorce-Guadalteba 282 250 La Viñuela 170 145 La Concepcion 56 52 Guadarranque 87.7 unknown Conde de Guadalhorce 70 45
  • 4. B. Types of tourism in our province Cultural and scenic turism
  • 5. B. Types of tourism in our province Coastal and leisure tourism
  • 6. B. Types of tourism in our province Coastal and leisure tourism
  • 7. Golf courts, pools and gardens in Mijas. And drought! C. TOURISM AND WATER CONSUMPTION AND POLLUTION
  • 8. D. WATER CONSUMPTION AND THE IMPACT OF TOURISM IN COASTAL AREAS 6.7% 6.5% 6.7% 6.7% 7.3% 8.6% 9.8% 10.5% 10.9% 9.7% 9.1% 7.5% January February March April May June July August September October November December Water consumption in Hotels ( liter/person/day) 2001-2003
  • 9. 4.4%5.1% 5.8% 8.1% 8.0% 7.5% 10.7% 15.0% 15.1% 8.5% 6.3% 5.3% January February March April May June July August September October November December Household Water consumption- Seasons ( liter/person/day) 2001-2003 D. WATER CONSUMPTION AND THE IMPACT OF TOURISM IN COASTAL AREAS
  • 10. 2. Hydroelectric sources in our region Class of Bilingual -3rd year Secondary . See Power Point presentation in Slide Share… EcoTour20
  • 11. Hydroelectric sources in our region
  • 12. 3. Water Analysis Part 1 Pollution Indicators
  • 13. Water Analysis Part 1 Water Samples
  • 14. Dec 2011 : Nitrate (ppm) and Hardness We found no nitrates in the water samples on December so we can conclude that this is according to standards in all cases.
  • 15. Dec 2011: Phosphates (ppm) The most contaminated water was Sea water.
  • 16. Dec 2011: pH The pH values were quite variable on the samples of December . Rain water was the most acid.
  • 17. Evolution Ammonium The most contaminated water was the first rain-water of the season.
  • 18. Evolution Nitrite values Only February samples from river and rain had nitrites .
  • 19. The experience Brandon: “I thought this experience would be just one more, but I was very wrong, it was quite exciting and fantastic. It showed me it was not easy to work in a laboratory.” BRAND” Víctor and Casey measuring pH. pH Team: Brandon, Mario and Yana.
  • 20. Nitrite team: Virginie, Iris, Gloria Virginie: “I think it was a great idea to make this experiment, because I loved to go to de lab. It was great, but it was kind of difficult to write all we had done... But I hope to repeat this experience” Iris: “My opinion about the lab experience is that it was a very funny and interesting activity in which anybody can learn how to work in a lab and how to make some tests.”
  • 21. MORE MOMENTS
  • 22. THANKS FOR WATCHING! GREECE MARCH 2012