Just how much water on the Earth can humans actually use? And what happens when communities run out of water?

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Humidity is an important part of life on Earth and life in space. This backgrounder explains what humidity is, how it is measured and how it affects us both mentally and physically.

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How will arctic ice melt affect exploration, scientific research and geopolitics?

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As a consultant, I work on a variety of projects for industry, government, private landowners, developers and First Nations. My roles include field inventory, salvage work, third party technical review, reporting, and project management.

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Did you know that the ocean is full of very small but very useful creatures called microbes? Without them, none of the sea plants or animals you’ve seen would exist!

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For World Oceans Day we've brought together 10 top resources related to the health of our oceans

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By studying lake mud, scientists can go back in time to a lake’s natural state. This helps them understand how human activity and environmental change have impacted the lake over time.

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Have you ever looked at a lake and wondered why there was a thick layer of green scum on the water? Chances are, you were looking at an eutrophic lake.

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70% of all the freshwater on Earth is frozen. If it all melted the habitat of polar bears and walruses would disappear. It would also raise sea level 70 meters. Learn what effects this would have on the people of Earth. (5:50 min.)

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CurioCity resources which align with Yukon's Earth Sciences 11 Curriculum Content area on Earth Materials.

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