Water Spouts will speak volubly and endlessly about all the issues concerning water. The ongoing degradation, and growing scarcity, of the water supply here in the US, and the rest of the world. The continued absence of potable water in so many parts of the world. The work being done by NGOs, and charities, in the third world, to help alleviate the situation. The emphasis on WASH ( Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene ) so health and healthy water are maintained. "Water Spouts" will spout it all out.
A powerful combination of data from NASA satellites and traditional
sampling has led to the discovery of a new pathway of freshwater in the
Arctic Ocean. Knowing the pathways of freshwater is important to
understanding global climate because freshwater protects sea ice by
helping create a strongly stratified cold layer between the ice and
warmer, saltier water below that comes into the Arctic from the Atlantic
Ocean, according to Jamie Morison of the University of Washington's
Applied Physics Laboratory in Seattle. Morison and co-authors from the
UW and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory published their findings in the
Jan. 5, 2012 edition of Nature.