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what is to be learned from the aral sea story?
Weegy: two lessons provided by the Aral Sea story: (1) the interdependence between humanity and nature, and the consequences of disregarding the environment in pursuit of progress; and (2) the trans-national nature of environmental problems, [ and the need to cooperate across borders to prevent and reduce the impact of environmental disasters. ] User: Give examples of infrastructure that has been fashioned to manage water resources. User: What are some examples of infrastructure that has been fashioned to manage water resources? User: What are the challenges related to developing countries and managing water resources? Weegy: Given that water resources are increasingly limited, the possibilities of conflicts over transboundary water management are on the increase. [ Support must be provided for measures aimed at improving regional cooperation on the management of transboundary water resources. Developing countries are particularly vulnerable to the problems linked to climate change, such as floods and droughts. Assistance in the form of research and capacity-building that enables them to prevent and react to growing problems is necessary. With regard to trade, the liberalisation of international trade could have a positive impact on developing countries. Imports of water-intensive food crops may be a more practical and cost-effective approach to ensuring food security. However, it is important not to compromise a country's long-term prospects of overall food security or have a negative impact on farmers who grow food crops in developing countries. A strategic partnership must be established at international level in order to achieve objectives and resolve problems. This process should be followed by the developing countries and encompass civil society. ] (More)
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definition of evaporation
Weegy: Evaporation is a type of vaporization of a liquid that occurs only on the surface of a liquid. (More)
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Evaporation is the process by which water is converted from its liquid form to its vapor form and thus transferred from land and water masses to the atmosphere.
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