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Water

Defining water
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trent reimer

on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of Water

WATER THE WATER CYCLE GEOLOGICAL FEATURES THE WATER TREATMENT PROCESS TTRENT The water treatment process bigins with the ocean. the water gets sucked up with pumps in to a water treament plant Then it goes in to back and forth tubes where coagulant is added Then it goes in to the flocculation tank (mixing tank) Now we are in the sludge colectiong tank it collects the sludge and the sludge is processed in a sludge thickener and goes on to a belt that brings the sludge to a dumping truck that goes to the horticultural landfill the water goes to the filtration sation and the water gets filterd back and forth Now the water gets stored in a water holding tank and then it gets distributed The ocean water evaporates heat makes the evaporated water rise the water in the clouds expands and the cloud gets moved by the wind over to the land. the water in the clouds comes back together and that is the start of the rainy weather The water comes down the mountain and thought rivers in to the ground fuck the water goes back in to the ocean and the cycle goes around and around Almost 100 years ago a german scientist alfred wegener thought that the continents of the world fit together like a puzzle. This thinking led to the theory of plate tectonics Geologists found evidence that the earth's crust is divided in to huge sections called tectonic plates that float on the hot mantel beneath The plates shake and shift and hit one another slide over and slide under and spread apart These movements shape the land above and beneath The earths crust is also saped by the water BY TRENT REIMER By: Trent Reimer
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