Water Cycle Interactive

Water Cycle Interactive

Almost three-quarters of the Earth's surface is water. It takes many forms, including oceans, rivers, lakes, glaciers and groundwater. Earth's waters is always moving around the planet in a process known as the water cycle.

Water Cycle Game

Water Cycle Game

The water which we drink today, is the same wter that existed when the World began. It is being continually recycled in a process called the water cycle.

The Largest River on Earth ...

The Largest River on Earth ...

The largest river on Earth is invisible - and airborne. On a typical sunny day in the Amazon, 20 billion metric tons of water flow upward through the trees and pour into the air, an invisible river that flows through the sky across a continent.

Hinze Dam

Hinze Dam

The Hinze Dam is located in the Gold Coast hinterland. Built across the Nerang River, it was originally constructed in 1976, raised in 1989 and significantly upgraded in 2011.

Snowy Hydro

Snowy Hydro

Mission - To deliver superior financial returns by being the preferred flexible supplier of energy and related products; developing our people and utilising our physical assets and water resources in order to exceed customer and stakeholder expectations while demonstrating best practise in safety and health, asset and environmental management.

How Australians are Making it Rain

How Australians are Making it Rain

Cloud seeding is a controversial technique to generate rain. But does it work and what are the consequences?

Permanent Cloud Seeding

Permanent Cloud Seeding

ABC News - A plan to boost snowfall in the New South Wales Snowy Mountains has passed through State Parliament.

Cloud Seeding - Hydro Tasmania

Cloud Seeding - Hydro Tasmania

Cloud seeding is a technique that increases rainfall in a target area. Hydro Tasmania has been involved in both experimental and operational cloud seeding over Tasmania and mainland Australia since 1964. In this time we have develped a great deal of knowledge and expertise in the area.

HowStuffWorks - Cloud Seeding

HowStuffWorks - Cloud Seeding

HowStuffWorks - The Beijing Weather Modification Office spent a lot of time researching how to prevent rain in the city during the Aug. 8 opening ceremony of the 2008 Summer Olympics. The government even guaranteed clear skies for the event -- a promise it managed to deliver on. The feat only took the launch of 1,104 rain dispersal rockets from 21 sites in the city to pull off.

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