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Water for Life Team C mawlamyine university

Water for Life Team C mawlamyine university

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  • 5 hours study
  • Level 2: Intermediate

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    • Water for Life Team C Mawlamyine Uni

      Water is the most precious gift of mother nature. Hydrology is the scientific study of the origin, occurrence, properties, distribution, and effects of water on the Earth’s surface, in the soil and in the underlying rocks, and also in the atmosphere. The subject of hydrology is central to several concepts in physical, chemical and biological sciences and engineering applications.   It is founded upon other sciences like meteorology, geology, agricultural physics and chemistry, and botany.

      Global patterns of water and precipitation are dictated by the movement, quantity and temperature of water, both in ocean and in the atmosphere. As water vapor circulates through the atmosphere and into the ocean, it alters the temperature and pressure, resulting in wind and currents. As ocean currents move from the equator north and south to the poles, the water cools. The distribution in ocean temperature directly affects regional climate patterns. Because plants and animals have specific environmental requirements, temperature and rain fall determine that species are able to survive in given location. In this course describe the purpose in water for life with cleaning water is important and introduction to water is important for agriculture concept. This learning is looking at the chemical compound and element in more detail.


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    after study this course you should be able to

    important and properties of water

    important for the agriculture region 

    The quality of water and impurity of water

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    First Published 16/03/2020.

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    About this course

    • 5 hours study
    • Level 2: Intermediate

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