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Introduction to water Water is a sacred symbol in many cultures around the world.
The importance of water. Water is one of the planet's most precious natural resources-all life depends on it for survival.
Water cycle As water changes form (solid, liquid, or gas) and travels under and over the land–––hydrological cycle or water cycle.
Renewable Because water constantly cycles through the Earth and its atmosphere, it is considered a renewable resource. Although water is renewable, the total amount of water on the Earth is finite, or limited.
Water scarcity (physical) The main form of water scarcity that exists in communities and ecosystems around the world is physical water scarcity, which exists when the demand for water is greater than local water resources can provide.
Water and Geography Geography is not the only cause of physical water scarcity, however; humans can also play a role.
Water is human Right Water is critical for human survival and recently the United Nation declared water as a human right.
Created by: magichuang