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Publicēts: 21.11.2002.
Valoda: Angļu
Līmenis: Vidusskolas
Literatūras saraksts: Nav
Atsauces: Nav
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Water to many is just an everyday part of life, either from taking that morning shower, boiling pasta, washing the car to walking across a frozen lake in winter. Water is around us all the time and it is very essential to the existence of any microorganism. Water has been praised from different perspectives. From its availability to be inventoried, to its resources to be used, its hazards to be avoided and its assets to be shared with the environment. Although water is much needed, it is sometimes troublesome and even destructive. Severe storms can deposit large amounts of snow, rain, freezing rain or hail to pose water-related hazards. Snow may be an asset for recreation or northern transportation (e.g. winter road operations), but it is also a regular inconvenience to commuters and property management. When snowfall exceeds the amount normally expected, the communities do not have the means to cope and snowstorms become hazardous not only for traveling during the storm but also when that snow melts. Rainstorms pose more frequent hazards. The deluge of intense and heavy rain may also be accompanied by strong wind, and invariably which induces flash floods and often triggers land slides in steep, unstable terrain. Freezing rain events are less common but they can have calamitous consequences as well. …

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