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Launching the Freshwater Information Network

Launching the Freshwater Information Network

We’re really excited to launch the Freshwater Information Network, or “FIN,” as we like to call it around here. This is something we’ve wanted to see for a long time. It’s basically social media for people who love rivers. What we’re trying to do is make sure that if you know where a fish is, …

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus WATERPROOF Test- 💦1 Hour UNDERWATER IP-68 Test|Fingerprint Test Underwater?

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus WATERPROOF Test- 💦1 Hour UNDERWATER IP-68 Test|Fingerprint Test Underwater?

Whtzup guyz! In this Video letz Test-out the IP-68 Waterproof capabilities of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, will it survive Underwater for more than 1 hour? Starting the Water Test by checking the layer of Oleophobic Coating on the Corning Glass Protection! This Oleophobic layer does a great job of reducing fingerprint smudges and repels …

Using creeks as classrooms for freshwater science

Using creeks as classrooms for freshwater science

We are today doing a Georgia Adopt-A-Stream training. It allows teachers to come out with their classrooms and look at macroinvertebrates — testing for water quality with that — and also doing some chemical testing as well. The Georgia Adopt-A-Stream program is a citizen science program that allows people to get trained in how to …

Unlimited freshwater from the ocean – nuclear desalination

Unlimited freshwater from the ocean – nuclear desalination

Today, 1.2 billion people live without clean drinking water. Earth has 97% salty ocean water, 3% FRESH water. 3% FRESH salt-free lakes, rivers and aquifers. 97% SALTY Advanced nuclear power can desalinate ocean water without burning fossil fuels. Imagine… Water for drinking. Water for farming. Even in times of record drought. Advanced nuclear power and …

Sources of Freshwater

Sources of Freshwater

welcome to moomoomath and science and sources of fresh water the earth has an abundance of water and even appears blue from space however only a small percentage of the water on earth is fresh water and much of this fresh water is either frozen or unattainable here’s a quick recap of the Earth’s water …