How Are Water Caves Formrd?

the water caves are formed by weathering. the water shapes the rock and loosens the rock in a certain lower point under the water. after years, the wind (if above water) gradually begins to form the cave (along with the water of course) therefore, the water caves are formed by winds and waters that shape it after years of wind coming and going along with the water. if below water, then just the water shapes it. hope i helped! :)

edit: the girl who answered below me is correct too. she basically defined my meaning of weathering as i did. if you want a better explanation on how they form, just simply look up the definition of weathering on dictionary.com

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Perigynium vs. utricule of dark water

The terms perigynium and utricle have been widely used interchangeably. In North America, the term perigynia is preferred, while utricle is more commonly used in Europe. After the merging of Kobresia under Carex, a terminological clarification was desired, as the open prophyll of Kobresia could not be assimilated to the concept of utricle, which etymologically implies closure. The authors of a 2016 paper recommended using perigynium to refer generically to the flower prophyll of Carex sensu lato (including former Kobresia), but calling it utricle when it has its margins fused so it is entirely closed (as in the vast majority of Carex species).

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World War II of water pollution

Commissioned as a second lieutenant of Artillery, Ott completed the Artillery Officer Basic Course in 1941, the Artillery Officer Advanced Course in 1942, and the United States Army Command and General Staff College in 1943.

Ott served in Europe during the war, first with the 76th Field Artillery Battalion, including assignments as Battery Commander, and Battalion Operations and Training Officer (S3), Executive Officer and Commander. He later served as Operations and Training Officer (S3) for the 18th Field Artillery Group, and carried out an assignment in California on the staff of the Sixth United States Army. He was a lieutenant colonel when he was discharged in 1946.

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History of water pipelines

The river was first mentioned in Homeric times. Due to the flooding of the area, a new dam was ordered by the Aitoloakarnanian government to construct a dam near the four-boundaries region of northern Nafpaktia. It took nearly one year and was completed in 2003. Its area is about 5 to 10km, the height and the depth is approximately 50 m. It rarely supplies water to the area, but it is the westernmost and newest expansion of the water supply line Evinos-Mornos-Yliki-Marathon which covers the needs of Athens. It is connected to the existing Mornos expansion via an underground pipeline 30km long and further to Athens.

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Range of water wheel

Frogs from the Microhylidae occur throughout the tropical and warm temperate regions of North America, South America, Africa, eastern India, Sri Lanka, Southeast Asia, New Guinea, and Australia. Although most are found in tropical or subtropical regions, a few species can be found in arid or nontropical areas. They are the majority of frog species in New Guinea and Madagascar.

The ranges of each subfamily are:

Hoplophryninae: Africa

Scaphiophryninae: Madagascar

Dyscophinae: Madagascar

Microhylinae: Southeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia

Asterophryinae: Australia, New Guinea

Phrynomerinae: Africa

Kalophryninae: Southeast Asia

Otophyninae: South America

Cophylinae: Madagascar

Gastrophryninae: New World

Melanobatrachinae: South Asia

Chaperininae: Southeast Asia

Adelastinae: South America

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The dance of water transfer

The dance was created in 1937 for a festival to celebrate the discovery of water in the desert after a seven-year search. The choreographer was Else I. Dublin.

The dance is sometimes known as "Ushavtem Mayim", after the first words of the lyrics, or simply just "Mayim", but "Mayim Mayim" is the original and most common name. The movement to the first four counts has become known as the "Mayim step" and is similar to the grapevine step found in other forms of dance.

"Mayim Mayim" is done in a circle formation, facing the center through most of the dance, and holding hands except when clapping.

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Early life of water-based paint

Ross was born in 1922, in New York City. Originally interested in Egyptology in his years of high school (as well as knowing the ancient Egyptian alphabet), Ross attended DeWitt Clinton High School before transferring to Riverdale Country School; both in the Bronx. He was accepted to the University of Chicago as an Archaeology major in 1939, on the eve of WWII. Ross' headmaster at Riverdale persuaded him "in view of the world situation" to apply to Harvard as a Physics major instead. From there, he graduated in 1942 with a BS in Physics, going on to complete his PhD in Applied Physics & Engineering Science from Harvard in 1953.

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Delayed report of water pollution

After the aniline leak occurred, officials in Changzhi delayed reporting the spill for five days. The reason for delay is not clear, but it may be due to the large underestimations of the amount of leaked anilines in the first few days after spills. According to the regulation passed by the State Council in 2007, an institution responsible for an accident should report within an hour to the production safety department of a county-level government or higher. The report should reach a higher level of government within two hours. The mayor of Changzhi has apologized for the delay in reporting the spill affecting supplies of drinking water.

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Request for rehearing (denied) and dissenting opinion of water treatment

Weitzenhoff and Mariani requested a rehearing before the Ninth Circuit en banc, which the Court of Appeals denied, affirming its previous decision by a three-judge panel and making minor revisions in its legal opinion.

Several judges on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals took this opportunity to collaborate on a dissenting opinion against the decisions to deny a rehearing en banc. Circuit Judge Andrew Kleinfeld authored the legal opinion for this dissent, arguing that imposing criminal liability in this case would deter others from useful careers in the public utilities. Joining in this dissenting opinion were Circuit Judges Alex Kozinski, Stephen S. Trott, and T.G. Nelson.

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Residents of water pumps

Garrigill was the home of Westgarth Forster (17721835), geologist and mining engineer. He published A Treatise on a Section of the Strata from Newcastle-upon-Tyne to the Mountain of Cross Fell in Cumberland. Descendants of the Forster family still reside in Garrigill to this day, and there is a memorial to him in the churchyard.

Garrigill is home to landscape artist Lionel Playford, whose works have been featured in various galleries across the country, to artist and illustrator Akasha Raven, known for her surreal and imaginative paintings and drawings, and to Coxhoe-born artist Gillie Cawthorne, many of whose dramatic watercolour paintings are inspired by the moody North Pennine landscape.

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Publications and awards of water transfer

Gordon was elected a Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers on 3 December 1867, and publishing two papers in the ICE proceedings on 'The Value of Water and its Storage and Distribution in Southern India' and on 'Irrigation in Victoria,' He received a Telford medal for the former and a Telford premium for the latter. He was also a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society Victorian branch. The State Library of Victoria, Australian Manuscripts Collection, contains 5 boxes of Gordon's papers ranging from 1853-1906, including diaries (185356), field books (1879-91), correspondence relating to Gordon's appointment and dismissal as Chief Engineer for Water works (187079) and various other water supply schemes.

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Klmn Markovits of water sports

Klmn Markovits (August 26, 1931 December 5, 2009) was a Hungarian water polo player who competed in the 1952 Summer Olympics, 1956 Summer Olympics, and 1960 Summer Olympics.

He was born in Budapest.

Markovits was part of the Hungarian team which won the gold medal in the 1952 tournament. He played six matches and scored three goals.

Four years later he was a member of the Hungarian team which won again the gold medal in the 1956 Olympic tournament. He played six matches and scored at least three goals (not all scorers are known).

At the 1960 Games he won the bronze medal with the Hungarian team. He played four matches and scored one goal.

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Middlesex Filter Beds Weir of water treatment

The Middlesex Filter Beds Weir, or Lea Bridge Road Weir, marks the start of the Hackney Cut, an artificial channel of the River Lee Navigation built in 1770, in the London Borough of Hackney. The weir lies between the former Middlesex Filter Beds now a nature reserve and the Thames Water treatment works at Lea Bridge Road.

Excess water from the Navigation passes over the weir into the former natural channel of the River Lee that passes in a large loop to the east of the modern water course, as the Old River Lea. The natural water course travels 2 miles (3.2km) and rejoins the Navigation below Old Ford Lock.

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Djur National Park of water park

Djur is an island, a surrounding archipelago of some 30 islands, and a national park situated in Sweden's biggest lake, Vnern. Established in 1991, the national park has an area of 24km2 (9.3sqmi), and includes all the islands of the archipelago.

The islands are presently uninhabited, but there is a hunting lodge and an unmanned lighthouse. Wildlife includes fallow deer and a great variety of birds including ospreys, hobby, oystercatchers and great black-backed gulls. The horizon of Djur consists only of water, except in southern direction where Kinnekulle is visible.

Visitors to Djur are advised to rent a boat since there is no regular ferry to the islands.

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Rolf Kestener of water sports

Rolf Egon Kestener (August 8, 1930 1998 in So Paulo) is a former international freestyle swimmer from Brazil, who participated in a Summer Olympics for his native country.

His son, Cludio Kestener, participated in the 1980 Summer Olympics, in Moscow.

At the 1948 Summer Olympics, in London, he finished 8th in the 4200-metre freestyle final, along with Aram Boghossian, Willy Otto Jordan and Srgio Rodrigues. He also swam the 1500-metre freestyle, not reaching the finals.

At the 1955 Pan American Games in Mexico City, he won the bronze medal in the Water Polo.

He broke two times the Brazilian record in the 1500-metre freestyle, both in London at the 1948 Summer Olympics.

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Sigara fallenoidea of water distribution

Sigara fallenoidea is a species of water boatman in the family Corixidae in the order Hemiptera.It was described by Hungerford and the type locality is in Canada. In Ireland Walton discovered a 'new' species of corixidae which he named Sigara pearcei. This was synonymised by Hungerford in 1950. The distribution of S. fallenoidea is therefore an extraordinary one including Canada, Ireland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Ukraine and Russia. In Ireland, Sigara fallenoidea is found in all the large lakes on the island. There are confirmed records from Loughs Neagh, Beg and Portmore Lough; Upper and Lower Lough Erne; Lough Melvin; Loughs Ree, Derg and Key on the Shannon; and Lough Corrib.

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Interior of holy water font

The interior of the St Peter and St Paul the Apostles church is decorated by a great altar and four side altars of a Baroque composition. They are enhanced by columns, wooden carvings and paintings with silver cladding. In the chapel on the left-hand side, there is a Rococo style baptismal font with a cover, where holy water and the Oil of Salvation are kept. Above it there is a large painting of St John the Baptist. The baptismal bowl has remained in the church since the time when the church was built. In the crypt the last owners of Plateliai Mansion, Marie Choiseul-Gouffier and her brother Gabriel Choiseul-Gouffier, are buried.

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Glass of Water

"Glass of Water" is a song by British alternative rock band Coldplay. Included on their 2008 EP Prospekt's March, it was written by all members of the band during recording sessions for their fourth album, Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends (2008). The song starts with and is built around a repeating guitar riff, with additional instruments added to the song's mix over the course of its duration.

Although the song was not released as a single, it appeared on the UK and Canadian singles charts as well as on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart. A live version of the song was included on the band's live album LeftRightLeftRightLeft (2009).

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Visarwadi of water storage

Visarwadi ( or Visarvari) is a small town in the Nandurbar district in Nashik division of Khandesh region of Maharashtra state in India. Its name derives from the goddess Isarai. The Sarpanch of the town is Bakaram Gavit.

The town is located on National Highway No. 6. Common languages used there are Bhili and Marathi. The majority of people from there are traders, government employees or labors. Here has mixed community of Bhil tribals, Marathi, Gujarati, Muslims and Marwadi people.

There are a few temples like the "shani mandir", and a state bank of India branch. Hasti Bank is also been established there. This village also has ATM facility at two outlets of one bank each.

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Aside from that, electric and gas water heaters have the same components. Their source of power is a pretty major distinction, though, since - as mentioned earlier - electricity tends to cost much more than natural gas in the United States. Plus, when your electricity goes out, so will your hot water. This does not happen with most standard gas water heaters; even though those units may use some electricity, they can function independently. This is something to keep in mind if you are considering an electric water heater but live in an area that experiences frequent power outages. Gas water heaters tend to be just slightly more expensive than their electric counterparts. For example, we price a 40-gallon gas water heater at $999 while an electric 40-gallon comes in at $950. You only really begin to see a difference in cost when you consider energy consumption. Because gas water heaters do not use electricity, users typically more than recoup any excess amount they paid for one over an electric unit. Surely that's it, then, right? Gas hot water heaters are more energy-efficient than electric ones, costing less in the long run, so they must be the way to go! If your water heater needs to fit within a very tight space, an electric water heater would be advantageous as they tend to be much smaller. Electric water heaters also do not require venting, which makes them much cheaper and easier to install. If you are in desperate need of a new water heater but are also strapped for cash, the cost of a gas water heater vs. an electric one may prompt you to spring for the latter. Other Types Of Water Heaters to Consider While the gas hot water heater vs. electric debate reveals more similarities than differences, comparisons between other types of heaters are more drastic. When comparing a gas water heater vs. an electric tankless, you should know that the latter works based on demand. It still uses an electric heating element to warm your water but it only does so when the system determines you need hot water (i.e. when you open a tap). Because of this, electric tankless water heaters direct as much as 98% of their electrical intake towards absolutely heating your water. In other words, electric tankless heaters are extremely energy efficient. Gas tankless water heaters are very efficient too but only utilize about 85% of their electrical intake for heating water. Of course, there's a catch. A few, actually. First, electric tankless water heaters can be very expensive to buy, install, and run. They require substantial electrical work, which also makes them less intuitive for inexperienced folks to maintain. Energy Star states that tankless heaters save users an average of $1800 over the unit's lifespan. Installation and electricity costs may whittle those savings down to a negligible amount. Second, tankless heaters (both gas and electric) can run out of hot water more easily than standard systems. Heat pump water heaters are not as common as the units we've mentioned so far. Their function more closely resembles that of an air conditioner than a standard water heater. Heat pump water heaters pull heat from outside your home and, as the name would suggest, pumps it into the tank. According to the Department of Energy, most heat pumps are geothermal, meaning they pull heat from the ground. This method of heating water has its advantages. When it works, heat pump water boilers can be as much as 2.5 times more efficient than other methods. If you live in an area with wild temperature swings, though, there will be periods of the year when your heat pump does not work at all. Read more about why this happens here. To account for this, most people with heat pumps have an on-demand system (such as a tankless one) installed in conjunction. This on-demand system picks up the slack for your heat pump but is an added cost and an additional layer of complication for when it comes to both installing and maintaining your water heating apparatus. This is another somewhat popular option in places like Arizona, where the sun shines for much of the year. While these systems are energy efficient, there are some downsides worth mentioning. If you live in a place plagued by stretches of cloudy days, a solar heater obviously is not for you. You should also be aware of the added installation costs and potentially decreased serviceability. Solar water heaters are still somewhat of a specialty item; not every technician is going to be able to maintain them in an optimal fashion. There are also some valid debates about exactly how environmentally-friendly solar panels are. We wo not pass judgment but if you lean on the 'they are not' side, that conclusion defeats the purpose. For most people, the gas vs electric water heater debate boils down to cost and available space. While gas water heaters cost slightly more to install, the lower cost of natural gas easily makes up for this within the first year of use. Still, electric water heaters have their place. If you have a small area in which to place the heater, an electric unit is hard to beat. The same is true if your situation precludes you (either cost-wise or structure-wise) from installing the venting that a gas heater requires. Other types of water heaters (such as tankless and solar) have more specific use cases that exclude the vast majority of people. If you are in the Phoenix, Arizona area and unsure of what type you require, give us a call at American Home Water and Air. We've been installing HVAC and water equipment for more than 30 years and we would be happy to lend you a hand.1. Help describing a fight scene?I am not going to write it for you but I will give you some tips: 1) If you are looking to increase the tension and pace of that scene, then you need to include short sentences. Short sentences are faster to read and add a sense of immediacy to the scene. 2) Only focus on the details that Leah would notice since it's in her point of view. She would not notice the rip in James' pants if she's focusing on the punches or the blood. So only include the details that are consistent to what that pov character would notice. Also remember, she's in the basement at night, that means it's dark and she might see things incorrectly due to shadows. (You could use this to surprise the reader. If Leah thinks it was James who hit the floor because she can not see him, the reader will think so too. But when James walks out of the shadows, Leah's relief will be shared with the reader). 3) Only include details that convey the atmosphere you are aiming for in the scene. You would not talk about the nice breeze, obviously, because it distracts from the point of the scene and gives the wrong atmospheric impression. You would describe things like the sounds of grunts, the sound of shoes scuffing on the cement floor, the shadows, clothes ripping, the smell of dirt, mildew, and sweat or blood, dust clouds being kicked up, and various other things. 4) Keep it emotional. Do not just describe a blow-by-blow account of the fight. Include Leah's monologue (thoughts), to add suspense and emotion to the scene. You would want to show her distress so as to appeal to the reader's empathy. 5) Choose your verbs carefully and avoid too many adverbs/adjectives. "Pummeled" is better than "perpetually punched" and "stumbled" is better than "walked unsteadily." You want to also make sure you name things accurately. It's not just a "water heater" but an "electric, Kenmore, water heater." Or, it's not just a "light" it's a "naked light bulb hanging from an unprotected socket with a coiled snake nest of wires stapled to the ceiling above." You need to choose the details that evoke a certain mood/imagery. Good luck.2. Why Tankless water heater is not producing hot water?I believe those are switched on by a flow-sensor, so either the sensor or the heating element has failed. If you are experienced working around electrical devices, can access the connections, and can turn off the power to the device, you should be able to check both the flow sensing switch and the heating element with an ohmmeter or a continuity tester. The switch should close (show a very low resistance - close to zero ohms, or light the test light) when the water is turned on, and the heating element should show a fairly low resistance (few tens of ohms, or light the test light) at all times.3. Hot and cold water in apartments?A boiler or water heater with a circulating pump
The Boy and the Dyke
I feel like the boy with a hole in the dyke. Sure, the grass was long near the water tank. And yes, I was a bit close with the brush cutter. But I couldn't have been that close. Could IThe thing is, when you've 4000 litres of water held in a corrugated iron water tank - the only source of water for your pigs, for the cow when she spends the night in the barnyard, for sprouting barley and all those other outdoor, essential chores - you feel mightily dumb when two water spouts appear, within centimetres of the bottom of the tank after meandering past with the brush cutter. To be honest, I wasn't even using a blade. Just a plastic bit called a 'weed whacker' that does brilliantly at keeping the bracken and thistles down but not something I thought would carve through metal.All I know now is that I'm in danger of losing all the water in the tank. I press my finger to the largest hole. And it gets bigger. I try to dry the outside of the tank so I can put some gaffer tape over the hole (please, those who understand these things, don't laugh), and another hole appears further along. The reason I've got the problem, a three-hole problem now, is that this tank is rusted through. Because some of the grass is cut from around the base I can see the telltale orange spots. If I look closely, I can see water seeping from some of them. If I hadn't hit the thing with a weed whacker, a mere bump or brush or any external pressure would cause the thing to leak.Which doesn't make it any better. A new tank will be nearly two months in coming. It has to be made to size, to fit under the barn roof. In the meantime, I'll have to extend the water pipe from the pump on the dam across the creek, or continue as I have been, lugging about 120 litres a day.The water tank isn't the only thing that's leaking. So is the septic. And this, in some ways, particularly olfactory ways, is much worse. Luckily it doesn't take long for Mal's Pumping service to arrive, with an attitude not that different to Kenny's in the movie. Even the truck they bring is rather humorous. On the side it says 'yesterday's meals on wheels" and 'your business is our business". The number plate pokes fun at the gruesome task they have to undertake at every single call out: POO 003. Pumping out a septic tank is something that has to be done on occasion. Too much lamb fat down the drain, or too many 'solids", and the quicker it needs to be done, though once every five years is usual. I've become extraordinarily conscious of what I put down the drain since everything ends up in my paddocks. I've always been careful with chemicals and oil (they say 1 litre of oil can pollute 100 000 litres of water) and avoided putting them down the sink even in the city. But here, where all your drinking water flows from your gutters, and all your liquid waste ends up a few metres from the house, you gain a far higher appreciation. Mal tells me to close all the windows and stay inside while they give the tray that leads to the septic a stir and then pump out the tank. You don't have to tell me something like that twice.
Removing Algae in Your Salt Water Pool
Unfortunately, you cannot use regular cleaning processes to remove algae from your salt water pool. You need to readjust the water's chemical balance. It is true that salt water pools do not use chlorine the same way as regular, chlorinated pools. However, you can still use the same strategy in adjusting the chlorine levels. Here are the steps:What subtances, other than salt, lower water's freezing point?Just about anything that dissolved in water. Baking soda, lye, calcium chloride, ammonium sulfate, magnesium chloride, potassium chloride, etcDo you like salt on your apples and on your grapefruit?I like salt on my watermellon... I like honey on my grapefruit and I like to eat mine with a spoon tooHow much salt should i add to my freshwater aquarium after water change?It's a freshwater aquarium... WHY are you adding salt is my question? You do not know how much to add, and you do not know why you are adding it.... Because someone told you to? BTW, the pleco is the one that will die first, they are very intolerant of salt in the water. IanI saw the movie Salt with Angelina Jolie can someone explain the plot in detail please?well she is a "sleeper" russian spy who is bound to "wake up" and start plotting against the US does this help?why does adding salt to ice water make beer get colder faster?DavidB is right. I would like to add a comment. When water is heated to boiling point it boils and evaporates. That phase change removes all the heat you add until the water is gone. The water never exceeds the boiling point temperature. Similarly, if you add heat to a mix of ice and water, the ice melts. That phase change removes heat so the mix will not rise above the ice-water transition temperature until the ice is gone. Once the ice is gone, the water then warms. Think Arctic Sea. To make ice, you must remove that same amount of heat. Energy is involved in the attraction of NaCl for water. The salt will pull water out of the ice phase if enough ambient energy is available, and tie up that energy in the ion-water bonding. So the temperature of the mix is lowered until there is not enough ambient energy to dissolve more salt and melt more ice. Some salts like CaCl2 have a much greater effect on temperature.So if a person is eating way too much salt, then the body fluids are imbalanced?You should not eat salt that has anti-caking agents in it. It screws with your system. It keeps the salt from dissolving properly outside AND inside your body and makes it difficult for you to eliminate it. Try sea salt or any one that does not contain it. Also it's true that you need more potassium and water, so get more(raisins have a ton of potassium in them, and fruits, berries, and coconut water hydrate you much better then water) There is also a sugar / salt balance in addition to the sodium potassium pump. Look it up. It can make you crave more sweetsSalt or sweet and whats your sign ?salt geminiWith this feed.. should I buy a salt, or mineral block?always put out both. they seemed to like the mineral betterdo goldfish like or dislike aquarium salt?A good pet store should be able to tell you. I was looking at fish this weekend and one the tags it told you the temperature of water the fish need, how big they could get, what they ate, what was needed in the water, like aquarium salt, and if they were nice or meanHow is Jadavpur University, Salt Lake Campus? Does it contain a library, gym, AC computer labs, etc? I am also preferring IT.Jadavpur University, Saltlake campus houses 5 branches of engineering. It is a moderate sized campus (I would not call it small considering that it is located in a metropolitan city not a suburb). The Jadavpur campus is often called the main campus, but that does not mean Saltlake campus is any less important. It became difficult to house so many departments in Jadavpur campus so JU moved some departments to a newer campus in saltlake. Space crunch is the only reason for the existence of saltlake campus.It has a nice library though not as big as the one in Jadavpur campus. There are many good AC computer labs in the engineering departments along with the ones in SMCC (School of Mobile Computing and Communication). There is a gym as well in the hostel.Not everyone would get a hostel room alloted as the number of rooms are limited (JU is not fully residential). The allotment depends on the distance of your home from the college and your family's annual income. Saltlake campus has single rooms unlike Jadavpur campus where students share rooms. There are many PGs near the campus so housing wo not be an issue even if you do not get a hostel room. If you are not used to staple bengali food then you might not like the food served in hostel mess. But there are many food stalls near the hostel so food should not be a big problem. There is a big cricket ground in the campus near the hostel which is the official Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) ground so you get to see many players practicing and tournaments being played. The ground is accessible to students. Since it is a relatively small campus with only 5 departments you tend to know and interact with a lot of students/staff/faculty. Saltlake campus has neighbors like NUJS, law college and NIFT, fashion technology college. It is a peaceful campus away from the hustle and bustle of the city, still close to all the malls and other places of fun.As far as the IT department is concerned, you can have a look at Abhishek Gupta's answer to What are the pros and cons of joining Jadavpur University's Information Technology (IT) department? How good are the placements?In short, JU IT is a damn good choice if you want good computer science job opportunities. It is very affordable as well (1. 2 lakhs for 4 years). The department faculty is not very good and there is a huge shortage of faculty. Peer group is good (students with good WBJEE ranks) and the coding culture in the department is getting stronger by the day. Self study is the way to go.Do not worry about the campus, saltlake wo not disappoint you. Rather think about the branch/subject you would like to study. Also, think about the other options (branches in JU or NITs/IIITs etc.) you have in your hand. Then make a decision.Good luck!How is Jadavpur University, Salt Lake Campus? Does it contain a library, gym, AC computer labs, etc? I am also preferring IT.
Adding Water to My Guppy Tank?
You need to dechlorinate any water you put in you tank before hand. This removes any harmful chlorine and heavy metals that could be lurking in the water.1. Leaking shutoff valve can this cause a brown liquid to leak from base?You will have to disconnect the "" china throne "" from the floor and move it away from the drain hole == this means that the water valve has to be shut off and the tank will need to be UN-bolted from the seatbase [[ this makes it less weight to move around ]] == before you remove the toilet go and buy the parts that are necessary to RE-NEW and bolt those things back in place == what you need can be explained by the clerk in the hardware store or the Home Depot or Lowe's or Homer's === all parts ... new floor bolts, wax ring or new style plastic and rubber flange, seal for tank to toilet base, new bolts to keep tank secured in place, new water hose if needed, and white teflon tape to seal water supply hose [[ just a couple of rounds with the teflon is sufficient ]] == video to watch ... enter this at the " Y!" top right corner of your screen . .... you need a small wrench, pliers, a scraping tool, and gloves to keep your hands clean [[ soap and water will do too ]] == clean the floor after removing the toilet base and in reverse replace the base and then reconnect tank and water pipe == bleach for the floor ONLY == I know that bleach is a cheap T-bowl cleaner but it eats the was ring SO find another cleaner for the T-bowl == get you supplies and parts 1st and then take it apart and re-new parts = it will take you a couple of hours to do all that and be careful to remember what goes where == you might get some help for a neighbor to lift the base and seat it into place [[ people are helpful if you ask them in a good way ]] .......... your new parts should cost under $20.002. Fish is on top is tank!?Maybe your other fish are picking on the carps. Or maybe there is something wrong with the water-- I mean, you have a diverse group of fishes living in one biome, basicly. They might not all like the same stuff.3. What is the damage to a solar water heater if the storage tank is empty?If there is no water in tank and borosilicate glass remains empty, then at some point of time it will absorb so much heat that would result in braking of glass tubes or improper functioning, which may lead to decrease in life of the solar water heater.What is the damage to a solar water heater if the storage tank is empty?4. FISH tank crack ??????????????????????????????your dad is wrong. you shoulda just rinsed the tank under warm water, and tanks dont neccesarily have germs when bought new. as for used tanks, yes they contain germs, thats why we have bleaching processes and salt and vinegar ways to disinfect it. as for the tank, buy a new one and make sure its appropriate for the fish your buying it for.5. Want to buy a simple fish for daughter to have? What to get and how to keep it alive?GOLDFISH.. BOWL FOR TANK, FOOD- GOLDFISH FLAKES6. Planted Tank Help?Your proposed plant package looks good, but none are tough enough to stop Silver Dollars & Leopard Ctenopoma from eating them. The cichlids may also dig & uproot the plants before the roots have a chance of being established, if it's real bad you may have to plant them in pots. Actually it does not make sense to keep any African cichlids with the rest of the gang who are mostly softwater & slightly acidic to neutral pH fish. You could have a shot at an Amazon-like biotope tank with your particular plant package & the remaining fish, even though the gouramis are not Amazon fish. Any tannins leaching from the driftwood would be perfect for an Amazon biotope
Best U.S. Water Parks: 10Best Readers' Choice Award Winners
It was a wild competition for the title of Best Water Park in 10Best's 2013 Readers' Choice awards, appropriate considering which nominee made the biggest splash in the end. Americans love, love, love their water parks, including indoor parks in winter - a surprising concept for resident of southern climes. Families across the U.S. rallied the vote for their favorite fun-filled destination, and we're happy to announce the winners.1. Splashin' Safari - Santa Claus, Ind.10Best Readers' Choice travel awards had a hot contest for Best U.S. Water Park but Holiday World's Splashin' Safari in Santa Claus, Ind., came out in the #1 spot. This safari-themed water park features Mammoth and Wildebeest, the world's longest and second-longest water coasters. Readers of 10Best and USA TODAY are obviously big fans of both!2. Schlitterbahn - New Braunfels, TexasNothing beats the heat of a Texas summer like a day at Schlitterbahn near San Antonio, the runner-up in our Readers' Choice Awards for Best American Water Park. At this popular water park between Austin and San Antonio, patrons cool off with three miles of tubing, three uphill water slides and The Falls, the world's longest water-park ride.3. Noah's Ark - Wisconsin Dells, Wis.Wisconsin Dells is the "Water Park Capital of the World," so it's no surprise that Noah's Ark earned the No. 3 spot. With more than 60 different water-based activities, including a four-lane mat racing ride, there's something for the whole family.4. Great Wolf Lodge - Williamsburg, Va.The 10Best Readers' Choice fourth-place finisher, Great Wolf Lodge in Williamsburg is also the only exclusively indoor water park to make the Top 10. Even in the heart of winter, this splash-filled space maintains a pleasant 84-degree temperature for a slice of summer all year long.5. Wilderness Territory - Wisconsin Dells, Wis.Rounding out the Top Five is Wilderness Territory, another Wisconsin Dells favorite with not one, but eight indoor and outdoor water parks. If you want to catch a wave in the country's largest indoor wave pool, this is the place to do it.6. Water World - Denver, Colo.Just outside of Denver is where you'll find our sixth-place finisher, Water World. The park offers 49 attractions spread across 64 acres, including the Mile High Flyer, a "hydromagnetic" water coaster perfect for the thrill-seeking guest.7. Water Country - Williamsburg, Va.Coming in at No. 7 is Williamsburg, Va.'s family-favorite Water Country USA, with more than 30 rides and attractions. Adrenaline junkies love Vanish Point, a pair of near-vertical body slides where the ground literally drops from beneath you.8. Raging Waters - San Dimas, Calif.Our eighth-place water park, Raging Waters in San Dimas, Calif., is the only West Coast park to make the Top 10. This SoCal favorite is popular with families for its 30,000-square-foot Kids Kingdom with rides and attractions dedicated to the little ones.9. White Water Park - Branson, Mo.Silver Dollar City's sister park, White Water, comes in ninth place, thanks to its 13 acres of rides, attractions and entertainment. In the summer months, guests can watch movies in the wave pool or take on water slides until 10 p.m.10. Wet 'n Wild Emerald Point - Greensboro, N.C.Rounding out the Top 10 winners, Wet 'n Wild Emerald Pointe, in Greensboro, N.C., entertains with thrilling 40 mph tube slides, an 84-foot wide wave pool, relaxing private cabanas and the adrenaline-pumping Dr. Von Dark's Tunnel of Terror, a ride that sends guests on a high-speed, 360-degree spin.Be sure to check out which other Readers Choice' contest categories are LIVE right now. We have four contest categories going at all times, and a new winner is announced each and every Wednesday at noon.
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