The federal government may change the rules of the water market to prevent big-money investors from hoarding billions of litres in water rights at the expense of farmers, Water Minister David Littleproud says, following new calls from farmers for urgent action. The minister's warning to water traders comes after he was sent a letter from several peak horticulture groups calling for a temporary ban on non-water users purchasing water rights while much of regional NSW suffers through one of its worst droughts on record. David Littleproud says the rules for big-money water traders may change, but not until after the ACCC hands down their report.
By Michael Nam For Dailymail. Andy King, one of the key interviewee's of the Netflix documentary Fyre, said he has received offers from TV networks to host shows and water companies to sell their products, according to Vanity Fair. Andy King is now being courted by three unnamed water companies hoping to capitalize on his unusual connection to bottled water.
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A waterspout is an intense columnar vortex usually appearing as a funnel -shaped cloud that occurs over a body of water. While it is often weaker than most of its land counterparts, stronger versions spawned by mesocyclones do occur. While waterspouts form mostly in the tropics and subtropical areas,  other areas also report waterspouts, including EuropeAustraliaNew Zealandthe Great LakesAntarctica   and on rare occasions, the Great Salt Lake.
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By Nic Fleming. Droplets begin to form on the walls. They swell and eventually begin to trickle into the base of the fish tank-like container, forming small puddles.
The Daily Dose September 11, Working on a personal art project in Uummannaq, Greenland, he set two GPS-equipped sculptures adrift on an iceberg he planned to track for years — only it melted within weeks. Ap Verheggen and SunGlacier are working on a more portable version of the Droppler technology shown here.
Plants absorb water and nutrients from the soil as part of a process called transpiration. During this cycle, water moves through the plant, some getting used up during photosynthesis. The plant releases the rest into the environment through tiny openings in the leaves. As water exits the plant, capillary action pulls more water up through the roots.