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Ecology And Natural Resource Management | 2454
ISSN: 2157-7617

Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change
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Ecology and natural resource management

International Conference on Earth Science & Climate Change

Manish Patil

ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Earth Sci Climate Change

DOI: 10.4172/2157-7617.S1.002

Abstract
To supply desalinated water to all desert ecosystem that is from Algae to Zebra & not only to humans, by creating seawater canals & using hot dry arid winds and dew collectors. Change in perception of facts leads to solution. Need of water in desert had been looked only from narrow perspective that is ?human need? rather than ?whole desert eco system`s need?. So far the focus was on what desert does not have rather than what it does have. It does not have fresh water but have unlimited sea water, dry hot arid, heavy winds, porous thirsty soil. How we use all these resources depends on how we interpret these resources. Even from human perception water has different applications how it will happen?? To build cement lined sea water canals of length about 250 kilometers. High tide-low tide, siphoning, pumped systems will transport sea water in to the land hundreds of kilometers inside the desert. We need water sprinklers and not desalination plant to convert sea water in to fresh water. Sprinklers will load water in to air to highest possible relative humidity. Dry, hot air winds will convert sea water in to water vapor and transport to hundreds of kilometers. During night when temp drops in the desert, higher relative humidity will compel air to offload water in the form of dew. Till next daytime most of the water will percolate in to soil and some will again evaporate and will be further carried deep in desert. This hopping pattern will eventually increase water content in the whole desert eco-system that is air, soil and watersheds.
Biography
He is 45 years old with B.Sc in Chemistry in 1988. Worked with multinational pharma company for 22 years now running own consultancy in innovations, Product development, process development. Have developed many cost saving solutions in production and engg..
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