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1). For the women, the journey to the hand-pump is now much shorter than it was when they used the waterhole, a murky depression fed by springs and surface water, a breeding ground for diseases such as bilharzia, guinea worm, and yellow fever. Wawase is typical of small villages across Africa and in many other developing regions. Life has improved because of the wells. But fetching water is still hard work, and water must be used sparingly. 1 Groundwater is often the only reliable source of clean water for many rural communities, especially in less developed countries.
2 Besides being fundamental to all life, water is also a unique molecule. It is one of the few compounds that actually expands when it freezes, causing ice to float. If it were not so and water acted like most other compounds, the ice caps would sink, and the earth would actually be covered by a single, vast ocean, dotted with a few lonely islands. Water is also a strong solvent. The polar arrangement of its twin hydrogen atoms, attached in a V shape to the lone oxygen atom, gives water the ability to dissolve a huge range of compounds, from sugar to limestone.
1A Drilling for deep groundwater in Yemen. 1B A water well in the Algerian Sahara Desert. Here, groundwater provides the only reliable source of water. ) liquids move downward through the unsaturated soil, pulled by gravity. Hydrocarbon slowly fills up the pores in the soil, moving steadily downward. 2 Natural gas processing plant. Petroleum refining and distribution facilities can impact groundwater through releases of hydrocarbons, produced water (brines), and other wastes and by-products. The petroleum industry is active in improving its environmental management through a number of organizations, such as IPIECA (International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association), the API (American Petroleum Institute), and CAPP (Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers).
Currency Strategy A Practitioner's Guide To Currency Trading, Hedging And Forecasting Eb by Callum Henderson