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  1. 1. Fresh water and salt water <br />By. Hunter Berger and Johnny ray<br />
  2. 2. Fresh water <br />Fresh water is all over the world and has been used for centuries. <br />Most of are fresh water is in the Arctic ocean because it is all fresh water in the ice.<br />We can also reuse the water over and over again. <br />
  3. 3. Fresh water facts <br />Did you know that we can take the water from the ocean and turn it to fresh water by boiling the water and making the salt water rise out of the water.<br />Did you no that 2.5 is how much fresh water we have .<br />Did you know that a lot of fish live in fresh water. Like bass trout and crappie. And some other life in the fresh water. <br />
  4. 4. Fresh water <br />Did you know that water ways more anything. Did you know that a lot of life lives in the fresh water. <br />Did you know that a lot of animals will stay in area if it has water longer. <br />
  5. 5. Salt water <br />Salt water is covering half of the world. the salt water can also can get very cold. The ocean has a lot of life like reef that grow to be huge sizes. <br />
  6. 6. Salt water facts<br />Did you know that a lot of fish like fish live in the sea <br />And we eat a lot of fish from the sea. Like red snapper and shrimp and all sorts of fish <br />
  7. 7. salt water <br />Did you know that if you drink to much salt water you will die.<br />Did you know that if you take salt water and cook it you can get fresh water <br />
  8. 8. Water cycle<br /> The water cycle is very important because we have to use it over and over again that is one of the best things about the water cycle because it never runs out <br />
  9. 9. Water Cycle Facts <br />Did you know that we never run out of rain because we use the water that falls out of the sky.<br />It starts off with rain then it goes into the ground and comes up as water vapor then does the same step over again. <br />
  10. 10. Water cycle <br />
  11. 11. Ocean Topography <br />The bottom of the ocean is filled with life and Sand there is a lot of fish on the bottom of the ocean. That some parts of the ocean are over 4 miles deep. <br />
  12. 12. Ocean Topography<br />At the bottom of the ocean there is always strange things like when you go down there you some times you will need a special sub <br />
  13. 13. Ocean Topography facts <br />Did you know that in some parts of the ocean can reach up to 5 miles deep.<br />Did you know that even in the darkest spot in the ocean there is all ways life and fish and plants. <br />Did you know that a lot of big sharks live in the deep waters. <br />
  14. 14. Ocean Topography<br />At the bottom they are many different species of fish like crab and little life on the bottom and big fish <br />
  15. 15. Currents and tides <br />Created by currents that move back and forth hot and cold climates in the ocean. The tides are made by the moon and the earth rotation. <br />
  16. 16. Currents and tides facts<br />Did you know that low tides and hi tides happen 2 times in 24.<br />A full moon creates hire tides.<br />Did you know that waves are so powerful that they could drag a full grown elephant out to see. <br />
  17. 17. How Do Humans effect the water <br />Humans effect water good ways and bad ways some time humans will throw out their garbage in pounds and streams. But we do reuse the water over and over again so we don’t waste it. <br />
  18. 18. How we can change that <br />We can help stop this by cleaning up trash and putting it in a trash can rather then in the streams. We could also use less water by not taking long shower or washing your hands to long. <br />
  19. 19. Did you know that we use water everyday even in drinks that you would least expect . Like soda orange juice and fruits.<br />How do humans effect the water facts <br />
  20. 20. Resource listwere I got the information<br />The Water Cycle: Summary, from USGS Water Science<br /> Science teacher. Dale Winsor <br />