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The Dynamics of Water Depletion and Global Warming

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The Dynamics of Water Depletion and Global Warming
: Water is the most vital liquids on our planet which makes this study to focus on the regimes of human disturbance and the dynamics of water involving energy discharge, motion, change of state, and other relationships that compromise the phenomenon of global warming. The objectives show that land use activities contribute to this prodigy; dielectric permittivity in connection to microwave heating was used to show the vulnerability of our atmospheric water, and the results revealed that aerosols are derivatives of human activities from different land use practices, especially urban, industrial, and agriculture. Furthermore, water was identified as a self-protected land use-the Polar Regions are ice-protect creep zones; other regions with thermal agitation, water becomes fluid and flows into any shape it can find to avoid depletion--protection against thermal runaway. This dynamic flow, including the melting of polar ice, partly determines global climates and local weather at sea level....
Benjamin Uchenna Nwaneri, Abigail Lartey, Faithful
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Type Journal
Year 2009
Where IGARSS
Authors Benjamin Uchenna Nwaneri, Abigail Lartey, Faithful Ogadi Ugorji, Sam O. Nwaneri
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