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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The world's drinking water Water infographic! Water is a vital source for human survival, but what is it's real importance on earth and what is it all about? Drinking water is water that is safe and clean to drink. Here in Australia, most water goes through some form of treatment to make it safe and clean for drinking and other uses. Water treatment removes any sort of pollutants and diseases that can make us very sick. Using nearly 500 litres, Australia comes in second, just behind the U.S.A for using the most water per person, each day. In Australia, we take for granted that we have flush toilets, running water from taps and clean, safe water to drink. However millions of people around the world get sick or die each year from consuming contaminated water. Thousands of women and children in Africa spend several hours a day collecting and carrying enough water just to keep their families alive for another day.y What countries use the most water? 5. Mexico 2. New Zealand 3. Australia 4. Portugal 1. U.S.A Hydrological disasters Hydrological disaster is a violent, sharp and harmful amendment either in quality of the earth's water or in distribution or movement of water below the surface or in the atmosphere. Most hydrological disasters cause mass destruction and can take many lives. A flood, for example, is a type of hydrological disaster. A flood is an overflow of a large amount of water beyond its normal limits, especially over what is normally dry land.There are also many more hydrological disasters such as storm surges, coastal erosion and droughts. Top 5 deadliest floods that effected Australia 89 deaths, entire settlement of 250 people destroyed 1. Gundagai, NSW, 1852 2. Brisbane and SE Queensland, dec 2010-Jan 2011 35 confirmed deaths, $2.38 billion in damage 3. Clermont and Peak downs, QLD, 1916 65 deaths, 10 homes destroyed, 50 buildings damaged and 10,000 livestock killed 4. Melbourne, Victoria, 1934 36 deaths, 6000 homeless and 400 buildings damaged 5. Ipswich, QLD, 1893 35 deaths, 300 people injured and two bridges destroyed
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